Industry Hills Special Events Center City of Industry, California
The Civic-Recreational-Industrial Authority of City of Industry selected Ehm Architecture to design this facility in 1998. The new structural roof cover provides a venue for all-weather events, which includes concerts, car and boat shows, spots events and the City’s annual charity rodeo. The existing 5,700-seat arena was master planned to allow for an increase of 5,000 seats as bookings increase. The project is part of the Industry Hills Resort, which won the Civil Engineering Achievement of the Year Award in 1982 for its reclamation of a former landfill in the Los Angeles basin.
Kimball Park Bowl Amphitheater and Veterans' Memorial National City, California
This project involved renovation of a 1940’s era 5,700-seat amphitheater and Veterans Memorial. The scope of services included ADA and seismic upgrades, as well as cosmetic refurbishing of the portico and adjacent site walls. A new concrete monument was located onsite and features a granite memorial slab to be inscribed with names of local veterans. The project also features a public plaza.
Port Gamble S’Klallam Housing Authority Kingston, Washington
This 6,000 square foot office building was designed for the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe under an invited competition. The project features passive solar systems including large roof overhangs, thermal massing and flagstone heat retention walls as well as greywater systems and natural daylighting. The project was designed in our pursuit of an appropriate Northwest Style, and evokes the spirit of the Tribe through its sculptural and cultural language.
B Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal Canopy Project San Diego, California
This $1.4 million project for San Diego Unified Port District entailed demolition of 1970’s-era awnings and feature elements, repainting of the entire façade, four column/brace designs and a new 17,000 square foot steel canopy.
Snoqualmie Community Center Snoqualmie, Washington
We were on of three design-build teams who were considered for development of the publicly-funded YMCA facility. The 16,000 square foot first phase included a gymnasium with basketball court, racquetball courts, cardiovascular and weight training room, restrooms, locker rooms and showers, a multi-purpose room for joint-use by the community, a club room and a public gathering area. The 24,000 square foot second phase included an Olympic-size pool, an activity pool, a spa with whirlpool, sauna and steam rooms, and a childrens' play area.