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Categories: LEED Gold
Architect: BRW Architects: Architect
Location: Dallas, Texas
Client: City of Dallas Park+Recreation Dept.
Project Design Team: Antoine Predock Architect
MEP: URS Corporation
Structural: Jaster-Quintanilla Dallas
Civil: URS Corporation
Landscape: Trail Planning: Bowman-Melton Associates, Geotech: Terracon Consulting, Rain Water Harvesting: Innovative Water Solutions
Commissioning: Sebesta Bloomberg & Associates
Interior: Exhibit Planner: Lyons/Zaremba, Inc.
Contractor: Sedalco Construction Services
Photography: Photographer: Michael Lyon, Film Consultant: Peace River Studios
Energy Modeling: Supersymmetry USA, Inc.
Green Development Services:: Rocky Mountain Institute
As the first of several Trinity River Corridor projects scheduled for completion, the Trinity River Audubon Center is a true testament to designing within the context of the natural environment and to private/public partnerships. The project Owner is the City of Dallas and the facility operator is the Texas Audubon Society. The award winning 20,000 square foot facility is a nature center promoting the coexistence between people and the land. Located a few miles south of downtown Dallas among 120 acres along the Trinity River within the Great Trinity Forest, the facility is a gateway to the local environmental ecosystem. Aligning with nature as the central theme of the facility, the primary emphasis of the center is education and recreation, related to the history of the site along the Trinity River. The program includes exhibits, educational classrooms, research laboratories, as well as teaching nature in nature. The site reclaims existing landfills, transforming them into native tall grass prairies. Surrounding the center, a series of forest, wet prairie, emergent water, open water, and island environmental communities support a variety of wildlife habitat. The Audubon Center was completed in October 2008 and is currently seeking Gold level LEED certification. The project was recently recognized in 2008 with a Greater Dallas Planning Council’s Built Environment Design Award.