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Simpson Site Open Air Pavilion

Simpson Site Open Air Pavilion

Opsis is working with the Bend Parks and Recreation District to design a 30,000 sf covered open-air recreation and event center with approximately 10,000 additional square feet of indoor support space. This facility will support a full size NHL ice rink during the winter months and a variety of recreation sports activities and events the remainder of the year. The open-air

Manzanita School

Manzanita School

Opsis Architecture is developing and implementing a master plan for the new private Manzanita School located in the Topanga Canyon north of Los Angeles. The 21-acre site is surrounded by dramatic rock outcroppings, seasonal streams and adjacent national forest land. The design team includes LA-based Parallax Architects and Mia Lehrer Landscape Architects. The school’s

South District Master Plan

South District Master Plan

At Western Washington University, Opsis developed a precinct master plan for the South Campus expansion to establish the framework for development of new buildings, transit arrival plaza, parking structured and surface parking, vehicular service routes, pedestrian circulation and bicycle paths and in the South Campus District. The Master Plan vision included

Pierce College FS Master Plan

Pierce College FS Master Plan

Over the last 10 years Opsis has designed over 150,000 square feet of new facilities for the Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Campus. The framework for this major campus expansion has been our College Facilities long-range Master Plan. The planning process evaluated programs and facilities campus wide as to their relative functionality, quality and appropriate relationships.

COCC Campus Master Plan

COCC Campus Master Plan

Rock Creek Master Plan

Rock Creek Master Plan

In 2009 Opsis was selected to implement the $70 million Rook Creek Campus renovation and expansion project. The first phase of the work is a full campus masterplan for the 256 acre campus. With the signing of the American Colleges and Universities Presidents Climate Commitment and the adoption of the 2009 Climate Action Plan, PCC committed to operational practices that

Umpqua Community College Master Plan

Umpqua Community College Master Plan

Opsis recently completed the 20-year Master Plan for Umpqua Community College, the first campus plan since UCC was built over 40 years ago. It addresses both immediate and long-range needs at the main campus as well as off-campus facilities that serve greater Douglas County. Phase 1 high-priority projects include: the Regional Allied Health and Science Building, Industrial

Four Campus Master Plan

Four Campus Master Plan

With over 100,000 students on five campuses, PCC is one of the country’s largest community colleges. Opsis conducted a comprehensive programming and planning study for the four major campuses: Sylvania, Cascade, Rock Creek, and Southeast Center. Working with individual Campus Presidents, Campus Deans and District Administrations, Opsis analyzed short- and

Pringle Creek Master Plan

Pringle Creek Master Plan

Awards
DJC Top Project, 2008
National Association of Homebuilders National Green Building Awards Land Development Project of the Year, 2007
 

Taralon Development

Taralon Development

Taralon is a 97-acre development by Newland Communities located in Happy Valley, Oregon. Opsis is leading the masterplaning process and the design of the common community buildings. Opsis worked closely with the client to redesign a previously platted subdivision plan to develop a project with a strong sustainable design emphasis. Stormwater will be filtered through

West Linn Community Center

West Linn Community Center

In the past thirty years, the City of West Linn has experienced rapid transformation, significant population growth and an equivalent increase in the number of community groups, organizations and corresponding community needs. Opsis Architecture, in association with Ballard*King and Water Technology, Inc., worked closely with the West Linn community to analyze

Foothills Cultural Arts Center

Foothills Cultural Arts Center

Opsis Architecture won the nationally invited design competition for this new performing arts and cultural center in the Foothills region of north Scottsdale. The overall program included a 70,000 sf performance venue (with a 900-seat multi-purpose hall and a 350-seat theatrical space), a 60,000 square foot branch library, 40,000 square feet of retail space, and

Trillium Woods

Trillium Woods

This 32 unit upscale townhome development sits on a 4.67-acre site with over 45 percent of the site preserved as wooded open space. The site plan was developed with a central cluster of traditional front porch bungalows with rear garages and alleys. This pedestrian friendly concept will create a streetscape with more active uses facing the primary roads. The design team

Athletic Facilities Master Plan

Athletic Facilities Master Plan

Opsis provided concept design and graphic materials to support Boise State University’s Athletic Department Expansion fundraising program. The new facilities included a three-story press box addition, with the top level devoted to boxes for the media and coaches, the middle level for luxury suites and the lower level for club seating. The plan also called for an