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Hangar 41 is an innovative architecture firm in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District in Denver, CO.

Hangar 41 is an innovative architecture firm in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District in Denver, CO.

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  • 1. HA N G A R 4141
  • 2. “ O n l y t h o s e w h o r i s k g o i n g t o o f a r c a n p o s s i b l y f i n d o u t h o w f a r o n e c a n g o.” - T. S E l i o t W W W. H A N G A R - 4 1 . C O M 855 INCA, DENVER, CO 80204 - 303-954-0933 - DESIGN@HANGAR-41.COM
  • 3. HA N G A R 41
  • 4. THINK TANKHA N G A R 41
  • 5. BEGINNINGSThe plan to develop a new architecturebusiness model was conceived anddeveloped in 2009 out of a necessity HOW WE WORK Hangar 41 is redefining the way architects do business. The company structure was developed on a THE HANGARto discover new strategies capable of platform that promotes collaborationweathering the current and all future and fosters a think tank environment.economic crises. We have limited the rungs on our Hangar 41 wanted to harness the “corporate ladder” and work together LE ARN IN Gincredible idle talent in our profession as a team that shares profits, decisionand develop new avenues for making, and experience. With an D W E LLIN Gexpression. Our team was selected open book policy we encourageout of an amazing pool of resources and promote everyone to engage inrigorously drafted over a 2 month marketing and business development. S HOPPIN Gperiod. Together we found our home in Teaching young architects everythingthe heart of the Santa Fe Arts District, that is involved in running a successfulan art-centered community in Denver, architecture practice will create better LIVIN GColorado, whose creative atmosphere architects. Our people are our mostinspires how we work on a daily basis. important investment.The Hangar is the perfect stage for W ORKIN Gthe performance of architecture. WHY HANGAR While other firms try to adapt toWHO WE ARE new ways of thinking, Hangar 41’s PL A N N IN GHangar 41 is an architectural design foundation was built for today’sfirm with a broad focus of expertise in business climate. We run our office GAT HE RIN Gcreating places to gather, dwell, learn, efficiently and with very low overhead.work and play. Our team is made up All staff have a vested interest inof passionate architects, developers, the company, fueling the drive to T RAVE LIN Glandscape architects, master planners, succeed. Efforts are rewarded bothand interior designers. We are financially and recognized personallyopportunists and inventors, redefining for exemplary work. Staff assumehow to practice architecture more accountability at every level whilecreatively and more efficiently. the think tank environment promotesHangar 41 has created a new culture flexibility, strong team communication,for today’s market, built upon the and excellence in design.principles of sustainable practice,integrated project delivery, building PROVEN RECORDinformation modeling and community Our leadership has over 80 years ofengagement. At the core we are combined experience in architecturalfounded on trust, integrity, open practice at some of the top firms in thecommunication, diligent research, and country. In 2011 our work has beena commitment to creating architecture recognized and awarded best of showthat inspires and enhances the lives of at the Design After Dark Auction, andall those touched by our work. We the Honor Award for A Modern Househelp our clients build a strong vision Ideas Competition sponsored by AIAfor their projects grounded on function Denver and the Denver Architectureand enlivened by meaning. League.
  • 6. HA N G A R 41 PEOPLE BUDDY POPPITT is a driven professional with over seventeen years of design and project management experience in multifamily, commercial, institutional, educational and retail project types. Buddy identifies ways to provide exceptional project solutions for his clients while finding efficiencies that lead to project savings within the full scope of architectural services and building design. Carefully considering the client’s needs, Buddy combines both artistry and analysis to make buildings that serve as an inspiration for the community and the users. Buddy creates strong team organization -- a key factor to the success of any architectural project. His designs incorporate not only smart economics but contain thoughtful and meaningful qualities that reflect a specific client and community culture. His passion and zest for everything he does is contagious and serves as an inspiration to those around him. Principal, LEED AP MARK RAEBURN is a passionate and award winning designer with over sixteen years of experience. A creative problem-solver, Mark has led and participated on planning, architectural and interior projects of all sizes. As an accredited LEED professional Mark has been responsible for the design of one LEED Platinum, three LEED Gold, and a LEED Silver building. In recent years Mark’s focus and experience has also included master planning and urban design on a national and international scale with projects in Las Vegas, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and India . Detail-oriented, thorough and driven; Mark brings a creative edge to all facets of design from programming and pre-design services through the schematic design phases and into construction documents. His extensive experience leading many successful LEED projects is exemplary of the firm’s commitment to sustainable practices. Associate Principal, LEED AP FRANK MALEK has over twenty six years of experience with seventeen in upper management leadership positions and K has consistently & successfully delivered large-scale projects and roll-out development programs. With an entrepreneurial hands-on management approach, Frank has led the development of a multitude of projects through all design and development phases, from land acquisition, entitlement, project development, design, construction and leasing, to property stabilization and disposition. As an equity investor and business partner with strong business acumen, Frank has a special talent for formulating clear strategic visions and implementing development initiatives. He builds and fosters collaborative teamwork by identifying resources, and mentoring and optimizing relationships, to produce high quality development teams driven to deliver successful and profitable projects. Associate Principal, AIA, NCARB, USGBC, ICSC LEE MASON has over twenty five years of experience as an architect and designer. He brings a unique ability to match client expectations, building programs and consultants to create successful projects on time and on budget. Lee creates appropriate context-driven designs, has a number of award winning projects and has experience working in the non-profit affordable development arena, enriching the community and the lives of the users. As a LEED AP, Lee approaches design as a sustainable process, by integrating sustainability into the project from the start. Lee is a registered Architect and focuses on project design and management as well as green practices. As a previous business owner Lee is involved in business management at Hangar 41. Lee’s experience with many large scale and diverse projects factor into Lee’s work as a designer in the firm. Associate Principal, AIA, LEED AP
  • 7. DAREN WILLDEN came to architecture by way of construction. Daren made the mid-life career change in his thirties. As a result, heis in the unusual position of having both the dynamic sensibility of the designer, with the practical knowledge of the contractor. Daren isactive in industry organizations and was president of the Salt Lake chapter of the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) forover three years, while running the family construction firm resulting in a keen ability to work with others, and excellent presentationskills. Daren is LEED accredited and on the Public affairs/Environmental Advocacy sub-committee of the AIA Committee on theenvironment. He was a contributor to a webinar and traveling presentation for AIA Denver, promoting the use IECC 2009. Daren is anavid traveler and photographer with excellent graphic and computer skills.Associate, LEED APIn her four years of experience, MOLLY BLAKLEY has built a reputation of being a talented professional by working intelligently andquickly. She is impeccable in her work ethic, whether in brainstorming and developing concepts or delivering design documentation.She achieved LEED AP from USGBC and firmly believes in stewardship of the earth. She dedicates her personal time to volunteeringand mentors high school students about the architecture industry. Molly has participated in design at multiple scales, from the smallto the extreme. While she has designed minute details and small elements of commercial office buildings, she also has coordinated theproduction of several restaurant and retail projects. On a grand scale, she was a member of a large team in Chicago designing sustainablemaster plans and competition-winning net-zero energy buildings.Associate, LEED AP, Associate AIARYAN GRUVER’s background in architecture is diverse. Having worked on projects from single family residences to resort hotelsand ski lodges, Ryan has needed to address many complex issues such as budgets, time constraints and environmental limitations. Witha background in construction and light steel structures, Ryan is able to visualize not only the finished product of a design, but also theconstruction process, which allows him to design projects that can move smoothly throughout the design phases from schematic designthrough construction observation. Coming from a small mountain town in the high Rockies, Ryan has a close relationship to the naturalenvironment realizing the balance between the natural and built environments and how architecture can help to make us both moreaware and more attentive to the natural world.AssociateED MURRAY is an Architect-In-Training / Masterbuilder with a decade worth of experience in all phases of residential design andconstruction. After being fully immersed in both on-site design and construction for the past ten years spearheading some notableprojects in Montana, Ed has switched gears to beef up his experience in the office setting side of the industry. Originally hailing fromsouthern Wyoming and spending the last decade in Montana before moving to Denver in 2010, Ed is a product of the Mountain Statesand enjoys a range of activities including cross-country mountain biking, flyfishing, and day-hiking. Being attentive to the outdoors, Edseeks to sensibly incorporate the best in the realms of design and technology with our natural environment.Associate, Associate AIADenver born and raised, DAVE SWANSON enjoys spending most of his time outdoors but through his education, the love for beingoutside took on a different importance. While attending Arizona State University he was schooled in, and surrounded by a desert styleof architecture. Taking this philosophy and knowledge to the urban scale in Chicago, Dave successfully merged the idea of an interior /exterior relationship through architecture on projects of a variety of scales. An underlying tone in his work is the cultural effects thatarchitecture can serve. Growing up in a mixed ethnic home led him to direct his thesis to how architecture could assist in the smoothtransition from culture to culture.Associate
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  • 9. LEARNING B E AR CRE E K HIGH S CHOOL S OUT HE RN HILLS MID D LE SCHOOL S AIN T RITA ’S CAT HOLIC SCHOOL
  • 10. BEAR CREEKHIGH SCHOOLThe initial planning for the highschool involved the demolition ofan old elementary school, the reuseof a 2-story classroom wing, andphasing the construction to coincidewith the operations of the soon tobe demolished 1950’s high school.The site of the existing schoolbecame the home of the new stateof the art athletic field complex. Thebuilding theme recreates a campusenvironment organized around asingle circulation spine that unifies theart wing, existing 2-story classroompod, an existing auxiliary gymnasium,a main gymnasium, administration,student commons, two 2-storyclassroom wings and a mediacenter. Each component had its ownarchitectural language that expressedthe use of the space. Work performedby Buddy Poppitt while at MOA. JEFFCO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • 11. B E A R C R E E K H I G H S C H O O L L A K E W O O D, C O
  • 12. SOUTHERN HILLSMIDDLE SCHOOLOn a site overlooking the Flatironsof Boulder, this renovation included agymnasium, music department, scienceclassrooms, a media center, and a newclassroom wing. The existing buildinghad little or no windows in many ofthe classrooms. The challenge wasto develop a vocabulary similar tothe simplicity of the 1950’s building,while opening up views to theFlatirons, bringing in natural daylight,and expressing the dynamic characterof the schools culture. The solution:the building’s form expresses thegeological forces that created theFlatirons. Work perfomed by BuddyPoppitt while at MOA. B O U L D E R VA L L E Y S C H O O L D I S T R I C T
  • 13. SOUTHERN HILLS MIDDLE SCHOOL BOULDER, CO
  • 14. ST. RITA’S CATHOLICSCHOOLSt. Rita’s Catholic School was aplanned 2 phase construction project.Phase one was a 1-story classroomaddition for elementary students. Thenew addition blended detailing fromthe past with red brick that was usedon the modern, recently constructedChurch. Phase two, constructedseveral years later, was a two storymiddle school classroom addition.This addition was built on a tight siteadjacent to an existing parking lot andthe school gymnasium. The exteriorwall of the gymnasium became theinternal corridor wall for the newclassroom wing. Work performed byBuddy Poppitt while at GFF. S T. R I T A’ S PA R I S H
  • 15. S A I N T R I T A’ S C AT H O L I C S C H O O L DA L L A S, T X
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  • 17. DWELLING B IG SKY VILL AGE CE N T E R W E LT ON MIXE D US E A SB URY GRE E N VA IL MID D LE CRE E K PARKSID E SHAN D OK A T E RRA CE S ON PE N N S Y LVA N IA
  • 18. BIG SKY VILLAGECENTERThe program set forth was to design andbuild a completely unique infill interior toan existing condominium as a showcasedwelling for part-time vacation use bythe client, and part-time vacation rentalproperty during the off-season. Theprimary driving design element becamedefining the space with an interestinglighting scheme… in effect creating a live-in light fixture. Featured in The BozemanDaily Chronicle’s “At Home” publication(Nov. 2, 2010).Being such a condensed program, boththe materials’ properties and installationmethodology required an impeccableattention to detail. Products broughtinto this program had to be at onceresilient enough to comfortably serveas a rental unit while keeping visualarticulation and wonderful tactility atthe forefront of the living environmentexperience, and also be environmentallyresponsible. Designed and built by EdMurray with Levitation Design. P R I VAT E OW N E R
  • 19. BIG SKY VILLAGE CENTER B I G S K Y, M T
  • 20. WELTON MIXED USEThe intent of the Welton Streetbuilding was to capture the energy ofthe surrounding area through formand color. By creating an elevationthat expresses the individualitybetween condo units, the buildinghas a unique identity within theneighborhood. The building projectsa unified character while housinga diverse set of uses. It enlivens thesidewalk with a translucent facadeand outdoor seating, and enhancesthe urban environment by creating apedestrian scale. Work performed byBuddy Poppitt while at MCG. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 21. WELTON MIXED USE DENVER, CO
  • 22. ASBURY GREENSTUDENT HOUSINGThis 179 unit privately owned studentapartment project is adjacent to theUniversity of Denver, and has beenmarketed as a green building as itachieved LEED Silver. The buildingsits on approximately one half of acity block and has a 280 car partiallyunderground parking garage. Thedesign incorporates an outdoorcourtyard space, as well as a numberof other amenities including dedicatedstudy lounges and a full gym. Workperformed by Lee Mason while atOdell Architects. MacKENZIE HOUSE
  • 23. ASBURY GREEN DENVER, CO
  • 24. MIDDLE CREEKVILLAGEMiddle Creek is an award winningproject with 142 affordable units in threebuildings with underground parking for280 cars. Located in central Vail Village, itincorporates a variety of unit plans, fromstudios to three bedroom apartments. Italso includes an early childhood learningcenter. The development protected anearby stream and mature cottonwoodstands while exceeding the Town ofVail’s stringent design standards. Workperformed by Lee Mason while at OdellArchitects. TOW N O F VA I L
  • 25. MIDDLE CREEK VILLAGE VA I L , C O
  • 26. PARKSIDEParkside is a 75 unit affordablefamily housing project located in theStapleton neighborhood. The projectincludes both 2 story rowhomesand 3 story apartment buildingsand is situated adjacent to an openpark. Parking is located on the siteinterior, creating a strong street edge.The program includes a multi-usecommunity center with classroomspace for after school programs.Workperformed by Lee Mason while atOdell Architects. MERCY HOUSING / FOREST CITY
  • 27. PA R K S I D E DENVER, CO
  • 28. TOW N O F T E L LU R I D ESHANDOKAShandoka is a 28 unit multi-family Code. The building is organizedaffordable housing project at the base around a central courtyard, and isof the ski slopes in Telluride Colorado. meant to evoke local mining campThe project was designed under the structures with varied roof formsstrict design guidelines of Telluride, and the use of weathered corrugatedand was the first building designed metal siding. Work performed by Leeunder the Telluride Green Building Mason while at Odell Architects.
  • 29. SHANDOKA TELLURIDE, CO
  • 30. TERRACES ONPENNSYLVANIAAn urban infill development, theTerraces on Pennsylvania is a 62 unitsenior affordable housing buildingdesigned for independent living. Sittingon podium parking, the four storybuilding has dramatic views of thefront range, while the communityarea opens up to a large internalcourtyard. The project was designedfor Englewood Housing Authority byLee Mason while at Odell Architects. ENGLEWOOD HOUSING AUTHORITY
  • 31. T E R R AC E S O N P E N N S Y LVA N I A E N G L E WO O D, C O
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  • 33. SHOPPING WALD E N GA LLE RIA IN D E PE N D E N CE MA LL FRE E D OM CROS SIN G AT FORT B LIS S MALL RE D E VE LOPME N T S HOPS AT FITZS IMON S CE N T E RRA MA RKET PL A CE IN T E RQUE ST MARKET PL A CE
  • 34. WALDEN GALLERIALocated in the heart of Buffalo, NY,the Walden Galleria is the region’spremier shopping, dining, andentertainment destination.The projectscope included the addition of a newdining and entertainment district, andnew interior design of common areas.A portion of the parking garage wasdemolished and a new two story retailbuilding was constructed to form anoutdoor main street. Restaurants withoutdoor dining along the main streetwere added to the once blank façadeof the existing mall. A new grandatrium was created off the main streetanchored by a new Regal Cinema onthe second floor, formerly occupiedby a retail anchor tenant. Workperformed by Buddy Poppitt while atMCG. PYRAMID
  • 35. WALDEN GALLERIA B U F FA L O, N Y
  • 36. INDEPENDENCEMALLExpressing the marine culture at theheart of New England, the centralform of the Independence Mall is anabstract representation of a whalebreach at two moments capturedin time simultaneously. The peak ofthe roof is the climax of the breach,while the entry canopy and skylightsexpress the wake created afterward.The structure is a light framing systemwithin which are pillow membraneswith clear and translucent panels.It becomes a screen for projectedcolors and images, transforming intoa wave of light. Work performed byBuddy Poppitt while at MOA. PYRAMID
  • 37. INDEPENDENCE MALL K I N G S TO N, M A
  • 38. FREEDOM CROSSINGFORT BLISSFreedom Crossing is the first of its the men and women who serve our including an outdoor hearth, shaded Project Master Planning, Programmingkind shopping center in the world. As country and their families, Freedom patios, an interactive fountain, and and Design by Frank Malek while Managinga new hometown retail center that Crossing offers in addition to shops inspiring children’s play area among Principal at ServiceStar Design Groupis the vibrant heart of the massive and restaurants, a 10-screen movie others. LLC. Building design and constructionFort Bliss military post in El Paso, theater, a marketplace and a food LEED SILVER documents by GFF Architects. BrandingTexas, it is set on a 52.9 acre site court. The common areas are Cost $110 Million and Renderings by 505 Design.and includes 455, 875 SF of gross designed as a series of outdoor living Client: AAFES (Army Air Forceleasable area. Totally dedicated to rooms with unmatched amenities Exchange Service)
  • 39. FREEDOM CROSSING AT FORT BLISS E L PA S O, T X
  • 40. MALLREDEVELOPMENTLooking to the future, the MallRedevelopment project created amaster planned vision of the expansionof the existing center. This schemecreated an enclosed streetscapewith the addition of two levels ofretail and entertainment focusedaround a 25,000 sf indoor waterpark and a hotel with conferencecenter amenities. The canyon createdbetween the existing center and thenew addition was enclosed with anETFE canopy. At night the canopywould come alive with digitallyprojected full color images, creating astate of the art entertainment district.Work performed by Buddy Poppittwhile at MOA. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 41. MALL REDEVELOPMENT USA
  • 42. SHOPS ATFITZSIMONSConvenient to Fitzsimons Campus,a 578 acre medical and office center,the shops at Fitzsimons is the firstretail redevelopment along the eastcorridor of historic Colfax Avenue.The 20,500 sf retail development isanchored by a 3 story tower that formsa gateway to the medical campus. Thedesign captures the colors, texturesand forms of the Fitzsimons Campuswhile using materials that blend theindustrial nature of the site with thesophistication of the adjacent medicalbuildings. Work performed by BuddyPoppitt while at MCG. A M C A P P R O P E R T I E S, I N C
  • 43. SHOPS AT FITZSIMONS DENVER, CO
  • 44. CENTERRAMARKETPLACEAs the largest outdoor shoppingcenter in Northern Colorado, TheMarketplace at Centerra offerscomplete convenience in one easy-to-find location. With 35 shops, cafes andrestaurants, the marketplace is theregion’s premier shopping and diningdestination. The building was inspiredby Colorado mountain architecture.The heavy timbers and metal panelroof forms trigger memories of oldmining structures and mountainlodges. Natural stone was sourcedfrom local quarries while regionalplants and limestone tie the centertogether along a simulated river bed.Work performed by Buddy Poppittwhile at MCG. McWHINNEY
  • 45. L O N G M O N T, C O
  • 46. INTERQUESTTOWN CENTERSituated at the northern edge ofColorado Springs, InterQuest TownCenter provides a main street shoppingexperience to the community and amuch needed amenity to the officesand hotels nearby. With a heavyemphasis on pedestrian access, thecenter includes mixed use shops,with second floor offices above. Themaster plan includes several thousandsquare feet of retail, restaurants, andcommercial office space, and is slatedfor LEED Silver Certification. Workperformed by Buddy Poppitt while atMOA. CORPORATE OFFICE PROPERTY TRUST
  • 47. INTERQUEST TOWN CENTER C O LO R A D O S P R I N G S, C O
  • 48. HA N G A R 41
  • 49. LIVING JE D D A H UN IT E D T OW E RS B URJ B LVD D UB IOT E CH RE SID E N T IAL T OW E R PRA IRIE GAT E WAY LUX MIXE D US EFRE E D OM CROS SIN G AT FORT CARS ON
  • 50. JEDDAHUNITED TOWERSThe Jeddah United Towers are astrong icon on the horizon of Jeddah,invoking the image of distinguishedArab men engaged in conversation.Light colored stone veneers shieldthe buildings from desert sands onthe eastern side. Representing thetraditional Saudi bisht, a woven glassfaçade wraps the lower floors of thebuildings and provides unobstructedviews to the Red Sea. On the roofthe glass enclosure becomes a placefor entertainment and recreation withseveral tennis courts, pools, and waterfeatures. On the ground it becomesa series of storefronts, display areasand outdoor gathering spaces, addingpedestrian scale and energy to thestreet level of the towers. Workperformed by Buddy Poppitt while atMOA.
  • 51. JEDDAH UNITED TOWERS J E D D A H , S AU D I A R A B I A
  • 52. BURJ BOULEVARDTOWERThe Burj Boulevard Tower is a mixeduse, 27 story tower designed tofit within the rapidly growing BurjDubai Development District in theUnited Arab Emirate of Dubai. The23 story residential tower is rotatedabove the podium to pay homage tothe massive Burj Dubai at the centerof the development. The buildingincludes approximately 14,000 SFof commercial retail space, 25,000SF of commercial office space, 250apartment/hotel units and four levelsof parking all conveniently locatedaround a dynamic multi level atrium.Work performed by Mark Raeburnwhile at RNL Design.
  • 53. BU R J B O U L E VA R D TOW E R DUBAI, UAE
  • 54. DUBIOTECHRESIDENTIAL TOWEREnergetic tension created by the the curvilinear nature of the building. an environment that is beautiful,process of cell division informs the Dubai’s intense sunlight offers the comfortable, and energy efficient.building design, while in elevation, chance to explore the use of screens, The tower sits on a 2-story base ofthe building form is an intuitive one of the region’s traditional building of retail, dining and entertainment.representation of organic structure elements. Shading, coupled with the Work performed by Buddy Poppittand skin. Views to local parks and overall building form and materials, while at MOA.other amenities are maximized by will guide the desert light and create
  • 55. DUBIOTECH RESIDENTIAL TOWER DUBAI, UAE
  • 56. PRAIRIE GATEWAYThe Prairie Gateway Project isone of the most innovative public-private partnerships in the nation.In conjunction with CommerceCity, Kroenke Sports Enterprisespurchased 917 acres from the RockyMountain Arsenal National WildlifeRefuge. Part of the land became thecity’s Civic Center with the Dick’sSporting Goods Park soccer stadiumnearby. The stadium is one elementin a 24-field soccer complex that ishome to the Colorado Rapids andthe Mile High Music Festival. The 24fields wrap around the stadium tocreate a park-like and community-friendly atmosphere. The master planincludes a main street connecting theCivic Center to the soccer stadiumwith restaurant, entertainment, officeand hotel uses. Work performedby Buddy Poppitt while at MCG. KROENKE SPORTS
  • 57. P R A I R I E G AT E WAY C O M M E R C E C I T Y, C O
  • 58. LUX MIXED USEThe LUX at University of Denvermixed use project consists of 20,000SF of retail, 200,000 SF of officespace and 204 rental apartmentsabove 3 levels of structured parking.The parking levels are faced withhigh-end, multi story condos. Thedesign team was targeting LEEDGold standards and the project isdesigned to respond to the timelessnature and quality of the adjacentUniversity of Denver campus as wellas to the adjacent evolving singlefamily residential neighborhood whiletaking advantage of ample natural lightand fantastic mountain and city views.Work performed by MarkRaeburn while at Burkett Design. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 59. LUX MIXED USE DENVER, CO
  • 60. FREEDOM CROSSINGFORT CARSON the new downtown of the Fort Carson community. With a variety nodes with indoor/outdoor spaces providing comfortable outdoor but was equally attractive to the more affluent retiree community who liveFort Carson Colorado is a large of entertainment, retail stores, food living rooms for recreation, casual off post but make daily visits to themilitary installation located just south of establishments and office space the shopping, eating and drinking, downtown area. Project MasterColorado Springs, CO that is expanding project offers vibrant street fronts and entertainment venues. The Planning, Programming and Design bydramatically in size. It is known as “The and new venues that were typically contemporary design of the project Frank Malek while Managing PrincipalBest Hometown in the Army”. only available outside the Post to was extremely appealing to the at ServiceStar Design Group LLC.Freedom Crossing at Fort Carson the growing military families. The young military families who form the Project Branding and Renderings bywas conceived as a lifestyle center and project was conceived as a series of majority of the on post population, 505 Design.
  • 61. F R E E D O M C R O S S I N G AT F O R T C A R S O N F O R T C A R S O N, C O
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  • 63. WORKING PAT RIOT PARK MON IGLE OFFICE UN IT E D L A UN CH A LLIAN CE FIRST T IE R B AN K MOA OFFICE IN T E RIORS
  • 64. PATRIOT PARKLocated at the intersection of PowersBoulevard and Galley Road in ElPaso County, the property is nearPeterson Air Force Base and theColorado Springs Airport. PetersonAir Force Base is headquarters to theNorth American Aerospace DefenseCommand (NORAD), US NorthernCommand (NORTHCOM), Air ForceSpace Command (AFSPC) US ArmySpace & Missile Defense Command(SMDC/ARSTRAT) and the 21st SpaceWing. The proposed office buildingis a four-story precast 130,800 GSFbuilding. The design was inspiredby the F-117 Stealth fighter. Workperformed by Buddy Poppitt while atMOA. COPT PROPERTIES
  • 65. PAT R I O T PA R K DENVER,CO
  • 66. MONIGLE OFFICEThe Monigle Office building is anaddition to an earlier renovation,providing an additional 32,000 SFof innovative new work space foran internationally known creativebranding and design firm in CherryCreek, Denver. Adding to the existingbuilding without imitating it - the newaddition is intended to complementbut not mimic the original structure.Brick, steel and glass curtain walls areused to both match and contrast theoriginal building to create a cohesivedesign. Work performed by MarkRaeburn while at ARAA. GLENN MONIGLE
  • 67. MONIGLE OFFICE CHERRY CREEK, CO
  • 68. UNITED LAUNCHALLIANCEUnited Launch Alliance was a developerdriven design competition for a newcampus facility. Several sites weredeveloped using the same buildingfootprint for the design developmentpackage. The site plans exploredseveral organizing concepts: an innercourtyard, a grand promenade, anda greenbelt. The building design wasinfluenced by aerospace engineeringand launch pad architecture. Workperformed by Buddy Poppitt while atMOA Architecture. SHEA PROPERTIES
  • 69. UNITED LAUNCH ALLIANCE CENTENNIAL,CO
  • 70. COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGEFIRST TIER BANKLocated in the heart of Country Club vernacular. The color pallet and becomes the focal point, a two storyVillage, this two story steel framed materials were inspired by colors in volume with a feature stair projectingoffice building houses First Tier bank, the landscape. Natural buff sandstone off the facade in a glass box. Workfirst floor office / retail flexible use veneer was used as accent material. perofrmed by Buddy Poppitt while atspace and 2nd floor office space. The Exterior passive solar control was MCG.client wanted a building that took on used to shade the glazing on the firsta modern rocky mountain regional and second floor. The entrance lobby
  • 71. FIRST TIER BANK WESTMINSTER,CO
  • 72. MOA OFFICEINTERIORResiding on the 4th floor in a historicbuilding in downtown Denver, thearchitects wanted to express theintegration of business, gallery, andcreation through the interior design.The metal weave wall connects allthree functions symbolically expressingthe integration of process within theoffice. The wall becomes the focalpoint touching all three spaces withinthe office. Project designed in part byBuddy Poppitt while at MOA. MOA ARCHITECTURE
  • 73. MOA OFFICE INTERIOR DENVER, CO
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  • 75. PLANNING UN ION PARK GA MB RO ME D ICAL A L GHA D E E R MOHALI S HA MS GRAN D GARD E N MA RKET PL A CE
  • 76. UNION PARKUnion Park is a large 61 acre,sustainable, mixed use master plannedextension to downtown Las Vegas. Avertical urban village, made up of parks,open space, entertainment, residential,retail and office uses including a seriesof links and bridges back to the city.Two seemingly contradictory ideas,serenity and excitement, fusetogether to create a complimentaryenvironment that provides the bestof both worlds: a fusion between thedynamic high tech industrial imageryof the Union Pacific Railroad withthe contradictory notion of sereneand peaceful parks. The design teamwas responsible for master planning,economic analysis, market strategy,transportation and infrastructureplanning with the intent of establishinga model of sustainable urbandevelopment through detailed UrbanDesign Guidelines. Work performedby Mark Raeburn while at RNL Design. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 77. U N I O N PA R K L A S V E G A S, N V
  • 78. GAMBRO MEDICALMASTER PLANGambro is a global medicaltechnology company and aleader in researching, developing,manufacturing, commercializing andsupplying products and therapies forpatients world wide. This 57 acrephased conceptual masterplan wasdesigned to integrate the remotefunctions of the company into a singlecampus thereby creating a sense ofunity and place. By consolidatingresearch and development, cleanlabs, testing, production facilities andadministration office space - and withthe addition of child care facilities,parks, parking, restaurants, shoppingand other service related functionsinto a single corporate headquartersit was hoped to create a strongerinternal corporate community andpublic corporate identity. Workperformed by Mark Raeburn while atBurkett Design. GAMBRO MEDICAL
  • 79. GAMBRO MEDICAL MASTER PLAN L AKE WO O D, CO
  • 80. AL GHADEERWith an expected rate of 80% ex-patriot occupancy at Al Ghadeerthere is a need to educate thepopulation to the rich cultural historyof the region and at the same timeprovide the modern appointmentsthat are expected. Historic patternsand textures will be used in bothcommon and uncommon ways as aconsistent thread to stitch the urbancontext together reinforced withconsistent landscaping and urbandesign features. Contemporarytensile fabric structures will befeatured in prominent public spacesto provide shade and gathering placesas a constant reminder of the regions’culture. The civic open space at theDistrict Center crosses over theCentral beltway with an iconic bridgeleading to Lake Center Park andeventually back into the neighborhoodsvia the regional pedestrian parkways.Work performed by Mark Raeburnwhile at RNL. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 81. AL GHADEER ABU DHABI, UAE
  • 82. MOHALIBased on the Garden City concept,Mohali is a sustainable, mixed useNew Town promising world classliving in a secure green sanctuary – “amodern lifestyle in a haven of peaceand tranquility” where every citizen isguaranteed access to light, sun, spaceand greenery.The urban plan features severalmixed use nodes connected by openspace recreational areas and golfcourses. The focal node is a typicalcentral business district with othernodes including knowledge centerswith schools, universities and othereducation facilities, a medical andresearch district, a technology districtand a cultural district including hotels,theaters, museums, all connected viaa high speed mass transit monorailsystem and walking and biking trails.Work performed by Mark Raeburnwhile Senior Designer at RNL Design. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 83. MOHALI P U N J A B, I N D I A
  • 84. SHAMSShams Abu Dhabi is an invitingcommunity that enhances andaddresses the challenges and needsof the 21st century city. The designfor the new 10 hectare Central Parkprovides canals, lagoons, waterfalls,plazas, fountains, pools, multi use parksand gardens as well as an amphitheater,shopping promenades, Islamic gardensand a unique mosque. The plan is boldand beautiful and forms the focal pointof the islands open space systems,while providing 4,500 strategicallylocated, subterranean parkingspaces at the core of the businessdistrict. Work performed by MarkRaeburn while on a design team atRNL Design. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 85. SHAMS ABU DHABI, UAE
  • 86. GRAND GARDENMARKETPLACEDine. Shop. Work. Live. The vibrant,upbeat tempo of a downtown at itsheart, Grand Gardens Marketplaceinvigorates a community as a premierurban renewal project.Located along the picturesqueHistoric Arkansas Riverwalk ofPueblo (HARP), Grand GardensMarketplace integrates an urbanshopping experience onto a walk-ableattraction. Abundant gardens weavein and out of the buildings and line theriverwalk, creating not only a shoppingand entertainment destination, butalso a key community focal point andregional attraction. Project MasterPlanning, Programming and Design byFrank Malek while Managing Principalat ServiceStar Design Group LLC.Renderings by MCG Architecture. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 87. GRAND GARDEN MARKET PLACE P U E B L O, C O
  • 88. HA N G A R 41
  • 89. G AT H E R I N G LOW RY FIRE STAT ION D E N VE R COLISE UM N ORT HRID GE PRE SB Y T E RIA N CHURCH B OULD E R JE W ISH COMMON S E N GLE W OOD CULT URA L ART S FT L E W IS SOUT HW E ST CULT URAL CE N T E R
  • 90. MUNICIPAL PROPOSALLOWRY FIRE STATIONThe geometry of the building is Lowry’s history as a former Air to risk their lives to protect others.informed by the aesthetics of modern Force base. The building form is The building is a dugout, or safe haven,aviation. The proposed materials, dynamic and bold reflecting the valor for the firefighters, welcoming thembrick, glass, and metal, can be seen of the men and women inside. The home at the end of a hard day.throughout the community. The proposed building proudly housessilver metal panels harken back to the firefighters in a comforting andrecognizable aircraft design recalling engaging environment as they prepare
  • 91. LOWRY FIRE STATION DENVER, CO
  • 92. DENVER COLISEUMThe Denver Coliseum was an interiorrenovation and addition project.Scope of work included the additionof a new ticket booth, epoxy flooringalong the concourse, new mechanicalductwork that supplied conditionedair to the concourse, new lighting, thereplacement of all exterior windows,and a new sign package. The materialsand style of the addition weredesigned to fit in with the existingarchitecture style of the coliseum.Work performed by Buddy Poppittwhile at Michael Brendle Architects. DENVER THEATER AND ARENAS
  • 93. DENVER COLISEUM DENVER, CO
  • 94. SANCTUARY AND FELLOWSHIP HALLNorthridge Presbyterian Church was expressed vertically in a morea three phase project consisting of a modern style. A row of clerestorysanctuary addition, a commons space windows bring natural light into thefor events, and the renovation of an interior and give the roof a floatingexisting classroom wing. The building effect. Work performed by Buddymaterials and colors blend into the Poppitt while at GFF.adjacent traditional neighborhoodfabric. The sanctuary was designedaround a cruciform plan, but wasNORTHRIDGE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
  • 95. NORTHRIDGE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH D A L L A S, T X
  • 96. COMMUNITYCENTERThe entry sequence is a metaphor forthe events from the story of Exodus:forty years of wandering in the desertled by Moses who eventually providesfood, water and knowledge for the 13tribes, represented in this scheme bythe thirteen flowering fruit trees onthe entry axis. At the entry courtyardthe library form is more prominent asthe Jewish people consider educationbrings one closer to God. This idea isreinforced as it is also a tall space withstrong vertical thrust.The library formis also a metaphor for Moses goinginto the mountain to retrieve thecommandments- knowledge. Workperformed by Mark Raeburn while atRNL Design. BOULDER JEWISH COMMONS
  • 97. BOULDER JEWISH COMMONS BOULDER, CO
  • 98. ENGLEWOODCULTURAL ARTSThe Englewood Cultural Arts Centerhad to be highly visible and easilyaccessible. The intersection of theSanta Fe transportation corridorand Highway 285 provides maximummetro-wide exposure and makesthe arts center convenient for bothautomobile and mass transit arrival.In this location, the ECAC will be abillboard for the arts.By connecting the city center tothe South Platte River Greenway,the ECAC becomes a catalyst forthe development of a new artpark providing sculpture gardens,performance areas, artist live/workspaces and other art related retail.Special programs, festivals and otherrecreational activities along thewaterfront will reinforce the vitalitybetween the new art center and thelocal community. Work performed byMark Raeburn while at ARAA. C I T Y O F E N G L E W O O D, C O
  • 99. ENGLEWOOD CULTURAL ARTS E N G L E W O O D, C O
  • 100. FT LEWISSOUTHWESTCULTURAL CENTERThe first phase of the developmentfor Fort Lewis College was a 600 seatconcert hall designed as a culturalvenue for the local community. Themain auditorium was designed to betuned using acoustic curtains set withinthe sidewall architecture. The secondphase of the project was the Centerof Southwest Studies - a classroom,library, lecture and gallery buildingfor the Archeology Department. Theprocessing, storage and display ofartifacts informed the design, as wellas the indigenous Anazazi ruins foundin the area. Work performed by LeeMason at klipp Architects. FORT LEWIS COLLEGE
  • 101. FT LEWIS SOUTHWEST CULTURAL CENTER D U R A N G O, C O
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  • 103. T R AV E L I N G IN MOT ION S OUT H B E N D T RA N SPO VICT OR VA LLE Y T RA N SIT A UT HORIT Y
  • 104. TRANSIT PAVILIONThe design of the pavilion is intendedto represent architecture in motionthrough the development of formsinspired by transportation. Thepavilion appears to grow out of thesurrounding plaza, strengtheningthe aspect of motion and adding anintimate level of connectivity betweenthe structure and program, shelterand environment, user and program,place and time. It is a modular design,allowing the structure to be fabricatedoff-site, quickly assembled, and easilyduplicated at other sites. Solar thermaland photovoltaic panels are integratedinto the design and allow the pavilionto produce its own electricity and hotwater. P R I VAT E D E V E LO P E R
  • 105. T R A N S I T PAV I L I O N DENVER, CO
  • 106. SOUTH BENDTRANSPOThe new Transpo facility carriesthe lofty goal of becoming thefirst transportation facility in thecountry (possibly the world) toattain the prestigious LEED Platinumcertification. The new Emil “Lucky”Reznik Center will provide Transpowith a much needed state of theart maintenance and operationsfacility. The initial project includes anadministration and operations wing, ahigh tech maintenance facility, and anenclosed bus storage area for a fleetof seventy six buses with fuel, fare andwash functions. Work performed byMark Raeburn while at RNL Design. SOUTH BEND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
  • 107. SOUTH BEND TRANSPO S O U T H B E N D, I N
  • 108. VICTOR VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITYThe Victor Valley Transit Authority Facility, a Fuel/Fare/Wash facility, a building orientation, the use of(VVTA) was looking for a campus Public CNG fueling facility, as well as optimized overhangs and louvers,design that was thought-provoking covered and uncovered storage for a photovoltaic bus canopy for onand an icon for the California High 254 buses. Relationships between site renewable energy, a transpiredDesert. The answer was a four building all of the buildings were created solar collection wall, innovativecampus that invokes movement and through the use of color, form, and wastewater technologies includingsustainability generated through materials – keeping all the buildings water efficient landscaping, recycleddynamic architectural forms. strongly connected. LEED Gold and regional materials and severalThe campus includes a 26,000 SF certification will be realized through other sustainable strategies. WorkAdministrative and Operations the use of many different sustainable performed by Mark Raeburn while atbuilding, 36,000 SF Maintenance design elements such as daylighting, RNL Design.
  • 109. HESPERIA, CA V I C TO R VA L L E Y T R A N S I T AU T H O R I T Y

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