Centered in downtown Moses Lake, the building was designed to serve as a transportation hub for bus service (local and intercity), car pools, taxis, pedestrians, and bicyclists, including a park and ride lot. The first floor contains a waiting area for transit patrons and a multifunctional community room, providing a gathering space available for public use. Office space is provided on the second floor for GTA employees, keeping them connected to transit activities and providing GTA a strong presence in the city.
Conversion of a 9,000 Sq Ft automotive repair shop into a boutique retail mall with the interior renovated to provide for up to four tenant spaces.
STA needed a welcoming, yet secure, public reception area. Cortner Architectural Company’s solution achieved both goals by designing a ballistic-rated glazing system without any vertical framing members. The space is open and inviting, welcoming the public with warm materials, and setting a friendly tone for interactions with STA’s public clientele.
Recreational facility improvements include a new grounds maintenance building, softball concessions pavilion, soccer concessions building and soccer restroom facility. Site work: 5 illuminated natural turf softball fields, 6 natural turf soccer fields, 2 artificial turf soccer fields and a neighborhood park.
Originally designed in 1891 and rebuilt in 1990. Goal: replicate the original design intent, while incorporating more durable materials requiring less maintenance cost. Concrete steps, platform and onion-dome roof were salvaged from the 1990 structure. Wood components were replaced by steel and concrete.
Renovation of a historic convalescent hospital into a 29 unit low-income housing complex. After sitting derelict for many years, the adaptive reuse of this four story concrete post and beam structure with brick veneer is a welcome improvement to the entire neighborhood.