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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

Hillsboro Community Recreation Center and Park

Hillsboro Community Recreation Center and Park

The Hillsboro Community Recreation Center and Park will create a new civic recreation campus situated in the heart of Hillsboro’s expanding community. The new multi-generational community center is designed to integrate harmoniously into a new 20-acre community park with remnant forest. The innovative green design and light filled architecture of the 115,000

Student Recreation Center and McNeal Pavilion

Student Recreation Center and McNeal Pavilion

The new Student Recreation Center will be approximately 58,000 sf and will provide a full-range of recreation facilities that are multi-faceted and appeal to a wide array of students, both as drop-in activities and organized, scheduled programs. Key components include recreation program offices, a two-court gymnasium that will support basketball, volleyball and

Conestoga Recreation Center

Conestoga Recreation Center

The addition is a 7000SF at $3.6M construction cost. 2000SF locker room addition, 5000SF Classroom and Fitness room building, and an outdoor splash pad. Jim challenged the pre-design solution and came up with a design that allowed the facility to be in full operation during construction
The new expansion of the Conestoga Center completes the award winning project originally

Wade King Student Recreation Center

Wade King Student Recreation Center

The award-winning Wade King Student Recreation Center creates an iconic presence on the southern edge of campus and creating a new gateway to the campus.  The building is key component of the expansion of the campus around a new academic quad and the Academic Instructional Center, both designed by Opsis.  The center mediates between the athletic and academic precinct,

Firstenburg Community Center

Firstenburg Community Center

The 80,000 sf Firstenburg Community Center is a multi-use facility that combines recreational and community spaces with various public services. The project embodies the character of the community, provides convenient access to services, and brings together a diversified mix of users.
The recreation program includes swim and warm water leisure/therapy pools,

Administration Building

Administration Building

The LEED Gold certified Bend Metro Park and Recreation District Administration Building is one of the most sustainable projects constructed in Central Oregon. It is designed to demonstrate how to integrate a building into its environmental context with an emphasis on the high desert climate and landscape. The building is tied to the fabric of Bend’s Old Mill District,

Madras Aquatics Center

Madras Aquatics Center

Opsis Architecture collaborated with Water Technology Inc. to provide comprehensive design services for the Madras Aquatic Center, an $8 million project funded through a community bond measure. The 27,100 sf facility includes a recreation pool for play, therapy and swim lessons, a whirlpool, and a six-lane lap pool that can accommodate high school practice and swim

Health and Wellness Center

Health and Wellness Center

A complex renovation and expansion project, the new 113,000 sf Health and Wellness Center is a state-of-the-art, sustainable sports facility. The 80,000 sf addition includes equipment room, lockers, training facilities, cardio and weight training areas, racquetball courts and a climbing wall. Four multipurpose rooms support dance, aerobics, spinning, yoga,

Health Education Center

Health Education Center

Using Pierce College Fort Steilacoom’s new $8.9 million Health Education Center, the Diagnostic Health and Fitness Technician/Instructor program melds classroom instruction with the most technologically advanced laboratory equipment available. In the Health Assessment Laboratory, students gain critical, hands-on experience performing diagnostic tests

Health Education Center

Health Education Center

The 16,000 sf Health Education Building is a key component of the Pierce Puyallup long range plan for the development of comprehensive community college campus. Together with the College Center building completed in 2004, it creates an environment that encourages students to stay on this commuter campus throughout the day and into the evening. The project was student-funded

Discovery Meadows Park Shelters

Discovery Meadows Park Shelters

Opsis Architecture collaborated with Murase Associates on the planning and design of a new 30-acre community park for the City of McMinnville. Opsis designed three structures that are clustered to form a compound defining the edges of a central plaza with a water fountain. The park shelters include a park arrival and orientation facility with restrooms, a concession

Wilsonville Park Shelters

Wilsonville Park Shelters

Opsis worked closely with Murase Associates on the final phase of development for the City of Wilsonville’s 20-acre Town Center Park. The park, located in the heart of Wilsonville, was designed by Murase for large-scale civic events, family gatherings and individual contemplation. It features a central plaza with a water fountain, sloped lawn amphitheater for music

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

Camas Community Center

Camas Community Center

The Camas Community Center design focused on taking advantage of its sloping site to frame dramatic views of Lacamas Lake and a new community park. The 60,000 sf, two story facility was planned with a two-court gymnasium, running track, rock climbing wall, leisure and lap pools and community rooms including a teen center, a senior center, kitchens and meeting rooms. The

Student Recreation Center

Student Recreation Center

The proposed University of New Mexico Student Recreation Center (SRC), located with a prominent address on Central Ave. east of George Pearl Hall, completes the Stanford Entrance gateway to the UNM campus. The SRC creates a front door to campus as it spans across Redondo Drive to a north wing that provides a direct link between the SRC and the Johnson Center. The 128,000