The two buildings were architecturally distinct projects, both benefiting from Star Building’s compatibility with a wide range of architectural styles
The Douglas County Community and Senior Center, completed in July 2014, was built to become the focal point of the community as a whole for all ages
Courthouse’s soaring steel and glass curtain wall entry pays tribute to nearby rock formations
Part of the additions and remodel at Kromrey Middle School included a dramatic, light-filled glass entrance almost 30-foot high
A $600,000 EPA Brownfields Cleanup Funding Award for the property in 2008 allowed the College to remediate brownfields that are now the site of its riverfront college campus.
The architecture of the building reflects its home in Washington County in the Lone Star State
Modern design, clean lines and use of materials such as Nichiha make this building stand out in its location
Closed cell spray foam insulation provides a high-performance all-in-one continuous insulation and air barrier solution for the outer surface of sheathing
The LEED Platinum-certified building provides service annually for 43 million passengers
Strong, lightweight ALPOLIC materials honor the rugged Wasatch Mountains while standing up to the forces that created them.