Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
Otak is providing architecture, landscape architecture, and structural engineering services for this visitor center. The project is envisioned as a 3,800 sf Net Zero building, with spaces for exhibits, conference and training rooms, and offices. It will act as a hub for visitor activities, including refuge tours, and interpretive and environmental programs. The Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge is 16 miles northwest of Denver on the grounds of a former nuclear defense facility. The site is generally undisturbed and provides habitat for a number of threatened and endangered species.
Client: US Fish and Wildlife Service
Project Manager: Chad Weiser
Type: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Structural Engineering