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Doug Sault Portfolio

  1. 1. doug sault / architect P O R T F O L I O
  2. 2. doug sault / architect PORTFOLIO Hospitality & Resorts Golf Clubhouses Higher Education Commercial Land Planning Sustainable Design www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  3. 3. D O U G S A U L T, L E E D A P XXX XXX Doug has more than 35 years of architectural design experience with 21 of The Oregon Golf Club continues a tradition of English Arts & Crafts those years designing golf clubhouses and golf developments throughout the architecture begun in the neighborhoods of nearby Portland in the twenties. West and beyond. The clubhouse overlooks the driving range, the Williamette River and Mt. Hood fifty miles beyond. The completed clubhouses range from modest daily fee golf operations to elegant full service country clubs. He has worked successfully with individual Interlachen Country Club was originally built in 1911 and has been the site developers on residential golf developments, as well as boards and building of historic moments in golf including—Bobby Jones famous ‘lily pad’ shot to committees in private clubs. He draws on a career of discussion with seal his Grand Slam in 1930, the rise of Patty Berg as a force in women’s golf developers, members, golfers, golf professionals, caddy masters, executive and the 1993 Walker Cup—US victorious 19 to 5. In 1998, Doug was Project chefs, food & beverage managers, banquet directors and general managers, Architect for a significant capital improvements including new member as well as direct observation of clubhouses in use at all hours of the day and dining spaces and banquet rooms resulting in an impressive new roofscape night—continually testing and adjusting concepts with the people that live that served as a backdrop for a victorious Solheim Cup in 2002 and the 63rd and breathe service to golfers and club members. U.S. Women’s Open. Doug has worked concurrently with some of the legends of golf course The common thread is each clubhouse is appropriate to the client’s vision design—Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Greg Norman, Tom Weiskopf, Peter and their unique sites—Desert Highlands is a desert clubhouse, Sherwood Jacobson, Johnny Miller, Bob Cupp, Art Hills, Damian Passcuzo, Ron Freame is an elegant setting, Oregon GC is at home in the Pacific Northwest and and Arthur Hills. An early lesson learned—its all about the golf, and the golf the renovation at Interlachen CC is respectful of the long tradition of golf in course always wins. Minneapolis. A FEW HIGHLIGHTS EDUCATION Doug Sault was Project Architect for the clubhouse at Desert Highlands Bachelor of Architecture when he started at William Zmistowski Associates over 25 years ago. Desert University of Oregon Highlands resurrected and hosted the revival of The Skins game and set the bar for golf clubhouses to enter in the desert southwest. Golf Magazine REGISTRATION named Desert Highlands the third best clubhouse in the world, behind Colorado No.201385 Royal & Ancient and Balustrol. The clubhouse and development won every design award available—AIA, AISD, ASLA and ULI. The bar and the market’s AFFILIATIONS expectation have been rising ever since. LEED© Accredited Professional, 2009 Sherwood Country Club for David Murdoch followed a few years later— hosting The Tiger Woods Foundation/Chevron World Challenge. The country club provides an elegant setting of rooms and terraces for Hollywood celebrities and the power brokers of southern California.
  4. 4. PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS HOSPITALITY & RESORTS HIGHER EDUCATION Hotels with OZ Architecture Higher Education with OZ Architecture The Broadmoor Cottages, Colorado Springs Sibell-Wolle Fine Arts Renovation, CU The Ritz-Carlton at Highlands, Truckee Solar Laboratory Building, UCCS The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa, Avon University Hall Renovation, DU Fairmont Tamarack, McCall Higher Education with Auraria Higher Education Center Hotels with William Zmistowski Associates Metro State Administration Building East Sussex National Golf Hotel & Spa, UK West Classroom Building Hotels with Gage Davis Associates Arts Building Phoenician Site Development, Phoenix St. Cajetan Renovation Village at Mauna Lani, Hawaii Emmanuel Chapel Renovation GOLF CLUBHOUSES Site Development Master Plan Clubhouses with OZ Architecture COMMERCIAL Big Sky Golf & Casting Club, Montana Commercial with OZ Architecture Headwaters GC, Granby, Colorado Village at Northstar, Retail Tenant Improvements, Truckee Mauka Club at Kapalua, Maui Flying Horse Offices, Colorado Springs Clubhouses with William Zmistowski Associates City Gate project, Colorado Springs Desert Highlands Golf Club, Scottsdale Schnitzer Buildings Renovation in Cherry Creek, Denver Oregon Golf Club, Portland LAND PLANNING Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks Land Plans with Gage Davis Associates The Country Club at DC Ranch, Scottsdale Rancho Visto Master Plan. Tucson Castle Pines Country Club, Denver Desert Montage Master Plan, Tucson The Bridges Golf Club, San Ramon Mauna Lani Master Plan, Koholo, Hawaii Eagle Ridge GC, Gilroy, CA Desert Highlands Master Plan, Scottsdale East Sussex National, Little Horstead, UK SUSTAINABLE DESIGN Jade Palace Golf Club, Chuncheon, Korea Solar Teaching Laboratory at UCCS, Colorado Springs Interlachen CC Renovation, Edina, MN Northstar Village, Truckee/LEED Certified La Jolla CC Renovation, San Diego Ritz-Carlton Hotel , Truckee/LEED pending Hickory Hills CC Renovation, Springfield, MO Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa, Avon/LEED Silver Happy Hollow Club Renovation, Omaha Maroon Creek Club Master Plan, Aspen Cherry Hills CC Master Plan, Denver Big Canyon CC Master Plan, Newport Beach Lake Merced GC Master Plan, San Francisco Clubhouses with Gage Davis Associates Forest Highlands Golf Club, Flagstaff Mauna Lani Master Plan, Hawaii www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  5. 5. HOSPITALITY & RESORTS The Broadmoor Cottages The Village at Northstar at Lake Tahoe The Ritz-Carlton Highlands in Northstar The Ritz-Carlton Club in Northstar The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Highlands in Northstar Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa Fairmont Tamarack project The Phoenician Hotel Site Development The Village at Mauna Lani project www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  6. 6. The Golf Cottages at the Broadmoor consist of six single story cottages lining the 18th fairway on the historic East Course—site of the 2008 Senior Open and the 2011 Women’s Open. The Cottages include 41 hotel guest rooms or suites with connecting parlors and terraces. The Cottages recently opened to rave reviews and full occupancy in a decidedly less than rave economy. A R E A Cottages - Units Cottages -- Guestrooms Cottages - Gues CLIENT The Broadmoor Resort CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR Torix General Contractors PROJECT COMPLETION D AT E The Broadmoor Cottages looking towards the Golf Clubhouse and Hotel
  7. 7. T H E B R O A D M O O R C O T TA G E S Colorado Springs, Colorado Cottages from the 18th fairway of the historic East Course Community fireplace on the central lawn Cottage terraces along the watercourse on 18th www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  8. 8. st LEED Certified Resort Village in the Nation Completed over a five year period, this residential resort community is the first resort village in the nation to become LEED Certified. Prior to construction, the project went through a nearly four-year process to address environmental and community concerns. As a result, the Northstar design satisfied more than 130 conditions to protect water quality and other natural resources, while complementing and improving the Lake Tahoe region. The Village is the starting point for sweeping improvements to this 8,000 acre highly ranked ski area. C E RT I F I C AT I O N First LEED® Certified Resort Village in the United States CLIENT East West Partners CONSTRUCTION VALUE million CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR GE Johnson Construction Company PROJECT COMPLETION D AT E The Village at Northstar from the ski beach
  9. 9. T H E V I L L A G E AT N O R T H S TA R L a k e Ta h o e , C a l i f o r n i a Great Bear and the ice rink from the Rink Building terrace The Octagon Building from skier drop off The Octogon Residence in One Village Place looking onto the ski beach and gondola The Alpine Club in Ironhouse South www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  10. 10. The Ritz-Carlton Highlands is located at mid- mountain at the Northstar Ski Resort halfway between Truckee and Lake Tahoe in northern California. It is linked to the ski village below by road and a high speed ski lift that lands between the Lodge and the Club. The resort includes a Lodge with 172 rooms, 75 residences and 75 vacation club ownership units. The concept features a “Headhouse” reminiscent of the early national park lodges of the northwest but offering exceptional service and thoroughly modern facilities. The resort offers ski in/ski out for guests and owners, along with a 19,000 S.F. full service spa and conference facilities with casual to fine dining. My role was coordinating interior design in public spaces, spa and guest rooms. IN C O L L A B O R AT I O N WITH Hornberger + Worstell Brayton Hughes Design Studio The Ranch House C E RT I F I C AT I O N LEED® Certification anticipated CLIENT EastWest Partners CONSTRUCTION VALUE million , GSF The Ritz-Carlton Highlands campus at mid-mountain in Northstar-at-Lake-Tahoe
  11. 11. T H E R I T Z C A R LT O N H O T E L L a k e Ta h o e , C a l i f o r n i a The grand staircase to the Living Room in the Headhouse Gondola access from the Village at Northstar below Manzanita restaurant terraces overlooking the ski beach and headhouse The Ritz-Carlton Highlands campus at Northstar www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  12. 12. The Ritz-Carlton Highlands Club is ski in/ski out vacation club ownership. It was designed to include 75 vacation club ownership units in five stories over 116 parking spaces to be built in three phases. Amenities include an owner’s lounge with bar and kitchen opening onto a pool, fitness, skier services with ski storage, owner storage with full services available from The Ritz Carlton Highlands Hotel immediately adjacent. The hotel and club are linked to The Village at Northstar below via high speed chairlift that lands between the Club and the Hotel. Build out at 284,172 S.F. My role was to the coordination of interior finishes in public space and units in the early phases of design. IN C O L L A B O R AT I O N WITH The Ranch House C E RT I F I C AT I O N Pursuing LEED® Certification CLIENT The Ritz-Carlton Development Company CONSTRUCTION VALUE Phase I - million / , S.F. / units CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR SMC Contracting PROJECT COMPLETED Entry side and porte cochere at The Ritz-Carlton Club Highlands with gondola access to the Village at Northstar below
  13. 13. T H E R I T Z C A R LT O N H I G H L A N D S C L U B L a k e Ta h o e , C a l i f o r n i a The Ritz-Carlton Club Highlands and The Ritz-Carlton Hotel from high on the mountain The Ritz-Carlton Club Highlands and pool from the ski beach www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  14. 14. The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Highlands will be constructed in two phases with six stories of 61 residences over 80 parking spaces. . The Residences offers ski in/ski out , Owners lounge with kitchen, ski lockers, fitness, ski valet and the full services of the adjacent Ritz- Carlton hotel. The Residences range from 1660 sf to 7,250 sf with 2 to 5 bedrooms. The complete facility will be over 232,388 SF. IN C O L L A B O R AT I O N WITH Hornberger + Worstell Brayton Hughes Design Studio The Ranch House C E RT I F I C AT I O N LEED® Certification anticipated CLIENT EastWest Partners CONSTRUCTION VALUE Phase I million estimated Q&D/Swinerton , gsf
  15. 15. T H E R E S I D E N C E S A T T H E R I T Z C A R LT O N H I G H L A N D S L a k e Ta h o e , C a l i f o r n i a The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Highlands from the east The Ritz-Carlton Highlands at mid-mountain Northstar with Lake Tahoe beyond www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  16. 16. Pursuing LEED Certification The Westin Riverfront Resort, at the gates of Beaver Creek on the Eagle River, is the last landmark site in Avon. The Resort provides a connection from the town to the ski mountain via open plaza access to a new gondola located on the resort property. The hotel offers 210 condominium hotel units in ranging in size from studio king to three bedroom units plus 88 lockoff rooms. A 23,ooo S.F. spa and wellness center, as well as the 120 seat signature chef restaurant, face the Eagle River. The 4,000 S.F. ballroom is situated to maximize views and Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa on the Eagle River View up to Beaver Creek from the 25 meter lap pool provide a venue for fine dining. The 19 acre site includes a 25m lap pool and three hot tubs. My role was coordination of interior architecture in public spaces, restaurant, spa and guest rooms. IN C O L L A B O R AT I O N WITH Hornberger and Worstell SOM / LA - Interior and Spa Design Asfour Guzy Architects - Restaurant Design C E RT I F I C AT I O N LEED® Silver CLIENT EastWestPartners CONTRACTOR G. E. Johnson Construction CONSTRUCTION VALUE $135 million / 486,000 S.F. / Summer 2008
  17. 17. WESTIN RIVERFRONT RESORT Av o n , C o l o r a d o Gondola up to Beaver Creek from The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  18. 18. WESTIN RIVERFRONT RESORT Avon , C olora do Two bedroom hotel condominium
  19. 19. Terrace at the Avondale Restaurant Market Deli with restaurant beyond Hotel entry at the porte coche WESTIN RIVERFRONT RESORT www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com Avon , C olorado
  20. 20. S PA A N J A L I WESTIN RIVERFRONT RESORT Avon , C olo ra do Th is Page Interio rs by SO M Oppo site Page Restau rant Avo n d al e Interio rs by Asfo ur Gu zy Archi t e ct s
  21. 21. R E S TA U R A N T AV O N D A L E WESTIN RIVERFRONT RESORT ASFOUR GUZY ARCHITECTS/NYC www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com Av on , C olorado
  22. 22. GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUBS Desert Highlands Golf Club The Oregon Golf Club Sherwood Country Club Interlachen Country Club Castle Pines Country Club Clubhouse Renovations International Clubhouses www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  23. 23. With Desert Highlands, Dick Bailey, Jim Barlett and Lyle Anderson set the bar in Scottsdale for residential golf developments for decades to come. Jack Nicklaus designed a signature desert course with crossing barrancas and long flanking sand bunkers to protect the high Sonoran vegetation from fairway irrigation and punishing the errant ball. The clubhouse was conceived as an organic land form wrapped in and around ‘Clubhouse Rock’. The interior detailing is reminiscent of early Native Americans, as well as early Spanish influences. Furnishings, finishes and accessories are drawn from the southwest as well as the English golf tradition to create a golf club in the desert. The Golfer’s Grill overlooks an oasis of practice greens among the Palo Verde trees that lead golfers to the 1st and 10th tees, and collect golfers from 18 all under the watchful eye of the golf shop. The two tiered dining room looks south through the rocks at the lights of the city well below and approaching thunderstorms. An unusually intimate bar opens on one of the many sandstone terraces that circle ‘Clubhouse Rock’ and look off over the valley below. Desert Highlands clubhouse and development went on to win every design award available including being named Third Best Clubhouse in the World by Golf Magazine, following the venerable Royal and Ancient, and Ballusrol. Desert Highlands clubhouse from the pool terraces Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  24. 24. DESERT HIGHLANDS GOLF CLUB Scottsdale, Arizona Main entry from the Portal The Library Fireplaces in the Men’s Grill The Kiva and Mixed Grill from the practice greens www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  25. 25. The Oregon Golf Club is sited on 460 acres of forest ringed farmland sloping down to the Willamette River and dominated by spectacular views of Mt. Hood and the Cascades 50 miles to the east. Peter Jacobsen, Jim Hardy and Ken Kavanaugh joined forces to design the championship golf course. The front nine rolls through open farmland scattered with magnificent oaks and maples, while the back nine winds through fir forests and back to the 34,000 square foot clubhouse—focusing on the natural beauty of Oregon as originally directed by the developer—Daioh International. The clubhouse continues the tradition of English Arts & Craft architecture that defined Portland’s early neighborhoods, as well as the great lodges of the Pacific Northwest. The interior of the club boasts a fir paneled Living Room for cocktails and private events, an intimate bar looking down the ninth fairway, a mixed grill overlooking the range and Mt. Hood beyond, and a Men’s Grill with separate lounge adjoining the soaring wings of the locker room. The golf level below features an unusual covered golfer’s drop off and staging area recognizing that golf is often played in the rain in the Pacific Northwest. The auto court surrounds a rose garden indicative of The City of Roses 20 miles the north. A large event lawn is on the west of the clubhouse with a modest swim and tennis facility beyond. Oregon Golf Club from the covered golfer’s entry Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  26. 26. OREGOREGON GOLF CLUB OPORTLAND, OREGON Trophy Room Fireplace Lobby stairs to Board Room above Mixed Grill overlooks the practice tees to Mt. Hood and the Cascades beyond Men’s Grill fireplace with bar beyond--overlooks Mt. Hood www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  27. 27. David H. Murdock’s Sherwood Country Club, less than one hour from Los Angeles, is a 1,990 acre development over looking Lake Sherwood—a legendary getaway for Hollywood. There, in the shadows of the Santa Monica Mountain, the 54,000 square foot Tidewater Georgian clubhouse features limitless views of the Jack Nicklaus Championship Golf Course. The richly appointed clubhouse includes a board room, library and parlor, a conservatory, a formal dining room , private dining rooms, and an informal mixed grill—appointed with furniture, millwork, antiques and accessories recalling 18th century America and England. The project features the finest materials available today including Brazilian cherry parquet floors, British axminister carpets, African mahogany millwork, and marble and granite floors, counters and showers and natural slate roof. Mr. Murdock personally directed the landscape development, relocating age-old oaks rescued from the fairways and excavations to line the entry drive and frame the clubhouse—creating a timeless setting from opening day. The interiors of the clubhouse were done in collaboration with Image Design of Atlanta. Entry drive at Lake Sherwood Country Club Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  28. 28. S H E RW O O D C O U N T RY C L U B THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA Men’s Locker Room Wine Room Main Dining Room Casual dining bar www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  29. 29. Interlachen Country Club was originally built in 1911 in the Arts & Crafts style of English Tudor—characteristically including half timber, massive hammer trusses, wattle & daub, brick noggin and steep gable roofs of Henry VIII and William Shakespeare. The club is intimately linked to the history of golf from Bobby Jones’s infamous ‘lily pad’ shot that cinched his Grand Slam in 1930 to Patty Berg’s successful career that signaled the rise of women’s golf and hosted Walker Cup matches in 1993 where the US ran away 19 to 5.The 1996 clubhouse remodel was followed quickly by the victorious 2002 Solhiem Cup and 63rd U.S. Women’s Open. The remodeling raised the roofline to create a soaring Great Tudor Hall that acts as a living room for the new member’s dining room and a new voluminous banquet hall for club events overlooking the golf course and finishing hole. 2002 Solheim Cup at Interlachen Country Club near Minneapolis Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  30. 30. I N T E R L I N I N T E R L A C H E N C O U N T RY C L U B M I N N E A P O L I S , M I N N E S O TA Bobby Jones won the 1930 US Open & “The Grand Slam” Patty Berg 1936 Amateur US Women’s Open Grand Ballroom www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  31. 31. The Country Club is the second club at Castle Pines, just up the hill from The Golf Club that has hosted The International every August for years. High on the sandstone bluff, the Grill chimney dominates the landscape for miles around. The Nicklaus signature course starts high on the bluff and finishes well below the clubhouse. The clubhouse mimics historic Colorado ranch houses with its locally quarried rhyolite stone walls and board- and-batt siding. The initial clubhouse was designed to be expanded to the south as the membership matures, adding a dining room and the potential for a banquet room on the initial grill and lockers provided. Both locker rooms were designed to be easily expanded as the membership grows to full compliment. Castle Pines Country Club south of Denver Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  32. 32. C A S T L E P I N E S C O U N T RY C L U B DENVER, COLORADO Mixed Grill Looking from the Mixed Grill toward the Fireplace and Entry Looking through the Mixed Grill towards the Front Range of the Rockies www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  33. 33. The pub at Hickory Hills Country Club overlooking their new th green complex Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  34. 34. O I N T C L U B H O U S E R E N O VA T I O N S La Jolla Country Club Renovation Proposed Men’s Locker Room at Cherry Hills Country Club south of Denver Member’s Lounge at Lake Winnepesaukee Golf Club in New Hampsire Lake Merced Golf & Country Club south of San Francisco www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  35. 35. The Jade Palace in Chuncheon northeast of Seoul Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  36. 36. I N T E R N AT I O N A L P R O J E C T S East Sussex National Golf Village south of London Digital illustrative of expatriate villa in Dubai for Mizan International, typical of prototypes with OZ The putting course and central pavilion at The Village at Mauni Lani The Great Room in the Jade Palace in Korea while at Gage Davis Associates www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  37. 37. Grand Courtyard at DC Ranch--a million dollar F&B venue Project Architect while with William Zmistowski Associates
  38. 38. OTHER SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS The Bridges, a daily fee clubhouse in San Ramon for Shapell Industries of Northern California The Lake Pavilion and putting course in the center of The Village at Mauna Lani on the Big Island in Hawaii The Bridges Grill in San Ramon Maroon Creek Club Master Plan, Aspen www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  39. 39. HIGHER EDUCATION Auraria Higher Education Center Sibell-Wolle Fine Arts Renovation at CU Solar Laboratory Building at UCCS University Hall Renovation at University of Denver www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  40. 40. THE AURARIA HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER includes three state schools—The University of Colorado-Denver, Metropolitan State College and the Community College of Denver on 164 acres with a total cost of $80M. Over three years I worked consecutively for the Design Office on the Site Master Plan; the Construction Management Office as Project Engineer on three MSC Build- ings, as well as the renovation of St. Cajetan and the Emanuel Chapel; and as a facilities planner for the Educational Planning Office. FINE ARTS RENOVATION—UNIVERSITY OF COL- ORADO, BOULDER, a renovation of the north half of the old brick engineering labs with saw tooth clerestoried roof. Uses included Art Museum, collection storage, 160 seat auditorium, photog- raphy labs, painting studio, teacher and graduate studios, outdoor Ceramics kilns and administra- tive offices. Fine Arts was demolished in 2008 for the new Visual Arts Complex. UNIVERSITY HALL RENOVATION—UNIVERSITY OF DENVER included five humanities depart- ments, graduate student studies and the Lovell Thomas museum. The building was originally designed by noted Denver architect Robert S. Roeschlaub in 1890. THE SOLAR TEACHING LABS—UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, COLORADO SPRINGS built in 19?8 was the first passive solar building designed on a institutional scale. Strategies included solar clerestory preheating, ground loop cooling, heat recovery fume hoods, and daylighting. As a staff architect with EZTH, I developed the laboratories Current campus map for the 164 acre Auraria Higher Education Center in downtown Denver for chemistry, biology, physics and psychology.
  41. 41. HHIGHER EDUCATION Po r t l a n d , O r e g o n CCD Building at the Auraria Higher Education Center adjacent to downtown Denver 3D model of the Auraria Higher Education Center immediately adjacent to downtown Denver Solar Laboratory Building at UCCS in Colorado Springs www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  42. 42. COMMERCIAL Flying Horse Offices in Colorado Springs City Gate in Colorado Springs Northstar Villages Retail Tenant Improvements www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  43. 43. NORTHSTAR VILLAGE RETAIL EastWest Partner’s redevelopment of Northstar ski area near Lake Tahoe in northern California included a $130M mixed use base village of 100 luxury condominiums over a European style pedestrian plaza with 80,000 sf of retail over underground parking. As an aid to the operator’s retail leasing effort, OZ Architecture created profile sheets for 69 retail spaces ranging in size from 1,000 to 4,000 sf. OZ described each space in terms of location, size, street front, construction constraints, utility service and signage. OZ worked with a variety of tenants and their designers including Starbucks, Healy Hansen, Oakley, NorthFace, a variety of local merchants and skier services. FLYING HORSE OFFICES located on the north side of Colorado Springs is a 26 acre parcel with seven buildings totaling 176,000 sf ranging in size from 15,000 to 60,000 square feet with surface and sub- grade parking. The buildings were developed in a Tuscan vernacular to recall Colorado Spring’s iconic style established by The Broadmoor in the 1920’s. CITY GATE ultimately may extend over two and a half city blocks. It is located just south of the Olympic plaza redevelopment area proposed west of downtown. The first block of City Gate as proposed will include 34,000 sf of retail and restaurants on grade, 107,000 sf of two story commercial office space above, a 100 room business hotel, all served by surface and sub- grade parking for 536 cars. The proposed style is a blend of high-style commercial loft space, and the Mediterranean stucco and tile of The Broadmoor. The Village at Northstar with typical retail lease drawings illustrating existing conditions for tenant improvements
  44. 44. COMMERCIAL PROJECTS City Gate Illustrative CIMARRON STREET PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL (ROW VARIES) VISIBILITY VISIBILITY TRIANGLE TRIANGLE SHORT TERM PARKING SHORT TERM PARKING BUILDING BUILDING ON-STREET PARKING A 1ST FLOOR 1ST FLOOR C 1ST FLOOR RETAIL RETAIL BANK 11,000 SF 5,500 SF 5,500 SF 1ST FLOOR RESTAURANT 4,000 SF ON-STREET PARKING A R C H I T E C T U R E THE COMMERCE CENTER AT FLYING HORSE CONCEPTUAL RENDERINGS 11/16/2006 8 9 ONE WAY 5 PHASE 8 Flying Horse Offices Illustrative PHASE A I II A BUILDING T ON-STREET 11 11 11 11 11 11 PARKING c c NON- ARTERIAL (100' ROW) NON- ARTERIAL (100' ROW) D c c 9 c c SIERRA MADRE STREET c c SAHWATCH STREET 9 c c 9 9 c c c c c c 116 c c 103 SPACES SPACES GARAGE LEVEL c c BELOW 12 14 c c c c 9 c c 10 c c 10 ON-STREET PARKING TWO-WAY c c RAMP c c 6 c c c c c c 9 BUILDING E PHASE II PHASE I BUILDING 4 B 5 8 VISIBILITY TRIANGLE MORENO AVE VISIBILITY TRIANGLE NON- ARTERIAL (ROW VARIES) T 14 30 30 12 T T 597 0 2 1 STREET RIO GRANDE STREET ROW) NON- ARTERIAL (100' Flying Horse Offices Site Plan City Gate Site Plan www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  45. 45. LAND PLANNING The Village at Mauna Lani Resort, Kohala Coast, Hawaii Rancho Vistoso in Tucson Tucson Mountain Foothills “Lomas” Master Plan, Desert Highlands Master Plan, Scottsdale www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  46. 46. Four years were well spent at GAGE DAVIS ASSOCIATES, a multi-disciplinary land planning , and landscape architecture firm as Gage transi- tioned the firm from planning ski developments to golf developments throughout the west. My role was to provide architectural support to planners and landscape architects on community planning projects ranging in size from to , acres. THE VILLAGES AT MAUNA LANI (on the previous page) was a development proposal for a acre fee simple parcel immediately adjacent to the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel. Gage proposed adding a hole putting course and lake with Cabana on the interior of the parcel to add value to the inte- rior attached homes. Larger single family villas overlooked the surrounding north course. I led a small team of architects and landscape architects in developing five product types. I designed the Cabana and pool. GDA was later retained to com- plete the master plan for the resort, adding two hotel sites and a retail center. RANCHO VISTOSO at over , acres in north- west Tucson was a much larger undertaking for American Continental and Conley Wolfswinkel. I assisted in the site analysis and conceptual planning; as well as creating the site specific illustrative plans for the Town Center, Hotel and Resort sites, as well as one of the medium density parcel plans related to one of the four golf courses. General Development Plan for , acre Rancho Vistoso on the northeast corner of Tucson
  47. 47. LAND PLANNING LAND PLANNING Town Center illustrative at Rancho Vistoso Typical illustrative parcel plan at Rancho Vistoso illustrating potential for Medium High Density development Town Center street scapes Town Center illustrative site plan www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  48. 48. Tucson Mountain Foothills “LOMAS” was a more modest hundred unit housing parcel in south- west Tucson at the eastern gateway to Saguaro National Monument. My role was more inclusive including site analysis, conceptual planning and development report for a low density desert hous- ing on the shoulders of protected foothill ridges deeply cut with washes. Gage Davis prepared the master plan for DESERT HIGHLANDS while I was completing the clubhouse with WZA. When I joined GDA, I assisted Gage with finishing up the elements of site develop- ment including creating site specific “opportunity plans” for each home site, as well as developing various architectural elements that added value to lots that did not face the golf course. THE TENNIS COMPOUND clustered homesites around two semi-recessed grass courts well back from the golf course—we designed the courts and the first pro- totype house. Gage worked closely with the City of Scottsdale to establish new standards for hillside development that set the bar for golf development in the desert southwest for years to come. Both ULI and ASLA recognized his efforts with awards. Conceptual Development Plan for a residential parcel that preserves the foothill ridges
  49. 49. LAND PLANNING LAND PLANNING General Development plan for the acre Desert Higlands development south of Pinnacle Peak in north Scottsdale Illustrative Site Plan for The Tennis Compound The Tennis Compound at Desert Highlands Illustrative rendering of prototype residence for The Tennis Compound www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  50. 50. SUSTAINABLE DESIGN Village at Northstar in Truckee Ritz Carlton Highlands at Northstar Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa UCCS Solar Laboratory Building www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  51. 51. st LEED Certified Resort Village in the Nation Sustainable design under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program has been recognized by developers as a viable amenity as well as the right thing to do. THE VILLAGE AT NORTHSTAR is the first resort village in the nation to become LEED Certified Prior to construction, the project went through a nearly four-year process to address environmental and community concerns. As a result, the Northstar design satisfied more than 130 conditions to protect water quality and other natural resources, while complementing and improving the Lake Tahoe region. Up the hill from the Village at Northstar is the RITZ CARLTON HIGHLANDS HOTEL, RITZ RESIDENCES AND RITZ CLUB campus also LEED Certified. THE WESTIN RIVERFRONT RESORT & SPA at the base of Beaver Creek in Avon opened in 2009 --LEED Certified. The UCCS SOLAR TEACHING LABORATORY at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs was completed in the ‘80s, well before LEED and the current sustainable era. A team of nationally renowned consultants applied cutting edge technologies --ground source cooling, daylighting, solar eyebrows, and heat-recovery to one of the first commercial scale structures of what was known then as The Solar Age. The Village at Northstar
  52. 52. S U S TA I N A B L E D E S I G N The Ritz Carlton Highlands at Lake Tahoe UCCS Solar Teaching Laboratory Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa, Avon, Colorado www.dougsaultarchitect.weebly.com
  53. 53. Big Sky Golf and Casting Club project/ Big Sky, Montana

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