National Wildlife Refuge

A LEED-Silver Wildlife Interpretive Center


Site planning, design, and LEED administration work for a new 8,000 sq. ft. LEED-Silver administrative and visitor’s center complex for the Big Mineral Arm branch of Lake Texhoma.  The building’s symbolic design and site plan references the region’s agrarian context and features local Texas limestone, integrated trellises, and canted windows for bird-strike mitigation and reduced solar heat gain.

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