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Red Rocks’ Mount Morrison CCC Camp is a case study for economic recovery

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Welcome to Brooke Schubert, AIA, our new Project Manager

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Gunnison County celebrates as the new library breaks ground

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Laine McLaughlin, AIA, promoted to Project Manager

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Join Liz Hallas, AIA National’s 2020 Awards Chair, at the AIA Baltimore award ceremony next week!

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Laine McLaughlin presents “Up from the Ashes: Assessing and Addressing Effects of Fire on Historic Masonry”

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Red Rocks’ Mount Morrison CCC Camp is a case study for economic recovery

Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp is getting front-page attention as a case study in economic recovery by supporting programs that engage workforces like Historicorps, a national historic-preservation nonprofit based in Denver.

Built in 1935-6, the historic 18-acre Mount Morrison CCC Camp served as living quarters for the builders of the world-famous National Historic Landmark Red Rocks Amphitheater. The camp is one of two collections of intact CCC buildings in the U.S. built as part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal economic recovery plan to put people back to work following the Great Depression. It is considered nationally significant under the theme, “Developing the American Economy” within the National Register of Historic Places.

Anderson Hallas Architects provided design services for several projects including, rehabilitation of Barracks #1 and a master plan to reactivate Red Rocks CCC Camp with Mundus Bishop Design.

Welcome to Brooke Schubert, AIA, our new Project Manager

Brooke comes from a strong background of architectural design for a variety of public projects. At Anderson Hallas, she is excited to join projects that create or improve spaces where people interact, learn, play, and gather. Brooke is working on the firm’s projects with the City of Denver, National Park Service, and Pueblo School District. She volunteers in the PTA and her child’s school building committee and participates in the ACE (Architecture Construction Engineering) mentor program and the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

Brooke has a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver. She graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from Augustana University.

Gunnison County celebrates as the new library breaks ground

Construction is fully underway for the new Gunnison Country Library in Gunnison, CO!

Anderson Hallas has been a proud partner to the Gunnison Library District since 2017. Our team began by working closely with the community create a shared community vision for the facility. The new Library will feature flexible gathering spaces both inside outside, allowing for multiple uses and sizes of groups. Solar and Geothermal technologies contribute to sustainability and stewardship goals of the design, which responds to this uniquely situated setting and strives to provide the library patrons and staff with an immersive experience. Construction is scheduled to be completed in 2022.

Laine McLaughlin, AIA, promoted to Project Manager

Anderson Hallas is pleased to announce the promotion of Laine McLaughlin, AIA, to Project Manager. Laine joined the firm in 2017 and has been an integral team member in many of the firm’s high profile National Park Service work including Sperry Chalet. She is passionate about historic preservation and recently completed the rehabilitation design for the Big Spring Lodge and Cabins in Ozark National Scenic Riverway. Her attention to detail while balancing complex projects makes her an ideal Project Manager!

Laine McLaughlin presents “Up from the Ashes: Assessing and Addressing Effects of Fire on Historic Masonry”

Anderson Hallas’s Laine McLaughlin, AIA will be presenting “Up from the Ashes: Assessing and Addressing Effects of Fire on Historic Masonry” with masonry specialist Mike Schuller of Atkinson-Noland & Associates at the APT - The The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) 2020 conference! Don’t miss out on the fascinating story of how the team restored the historic Sperry Chalet, starting with the remains of the stone walls. For more information follow the link!
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