Maple Valley’s Summit Park is a 15.6 acre park in the young city of Maple Valley, Washington. This facility will have a baseball field, and two multi-purpose athletic fields that can be used for soccer, football, or softball, all with new turf. The athletic facilities will be served by 6 dugouts, and a pavilion which houses restrooms, a ticket office, and space for maintenance personnel.
Other amenities this new park will offer the community include a playground, a sunken skateboard park, off leash dog park, and extensive walking paths through newly-planted vegetated areas.
Designing on the Human Scale
The Health and Wellness Center has been conceived by the leadership of the Northwest Indian College as a place to celebrate all aspects of spiritual and physical well-being. It will be a building that connects directly to the other educational programs on campus and encourages broad student participation. The Center’s proximity to the commercial kitchen and dining hall in the adjacent student housing allows for easy access to larger food service needs for campus functions and community gatherings. The building will contain a full-size college basketball court, spaces for small dance and yoga classes, locker rooms, classrooms and meeting spaces for support groups, health check-ups and other community focused wellness programs. A fitness center, which will share the locker rooms, has been designed for a future phase.
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Jennifer Moehl serves as Interior Designer, bringing more than 15 years of experience in commercial interior design and project management to Zervas. Her technical skills in AutoCAD and Adobe Creative Suite aide in the proficiency of the studio while her artistic talent and business-oriented skills allow her to develop creative solutions for commercial spaces of all sizes.
Prior to joining Zervas, Jennifer worked in Denver, CO with a hospitality architecture and design firm as well as a commercial interiors tenant improvement firm. For each company she wore many hats including designer, studio manager, specifying agent and purchasing agent. Her ability to leverage technology to transform a company’s design vision into reality helped her forge strong working relationships with her clients. She also earned a reputation for delivering projects that exceeded client expectations while remaining on budget.
In addition to her work in Denver, Jennifer began teaching as an Adjunct Instructor at Arapahoe Community College in 2007. She teaches AutoCAD classes for Interior Design as well as Architecture, Engineering, and Construction majors.
12th and Harris
This building, currently in design, will be a 5-story, 45,000 SF mixed use building consisting of commercial and retail spaces on the first two floors and up to 40 residential spaces on the upper floors.
The project is located on a prominent corner in the historic Fairhaven District of Bellingham. The site was once occupied by the iconic Fairhaven Hotel. The design takes its historic cues from that important structure.
Fascinated by art, architecture, and design from a young age, Thomas’ interests have continued to grow, leading him to earn his Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Being a strong conceptual thinker and a passionate designer, Thomas enjoys working on projects that present challenging design opportunities, and loves any chance to learn something new. He has the ability to see the practicality and functionality of a space, while also maintaining a unique and interesting design approach. Thomas gained experience at firms in Austin, TX and Seattle, WA before joining the team at Zervas.
Kelsey, a Bellingham local, returned to town after earning her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture in 2011 from the University of Washington. With a previous architecture firm she gained experience with educational and residential design. She enjoys making building models and doing project renderings.
While at the University of Washington Kelsey had the opportunity to study abroad in Chandigarh, India, a city designed by the renowned modernist architect Le Corbusier. During this trip she did field research for a book on the preservation of architectural icons in the age of modernization.