Served as site planners and landscape architects on the twenty year master plan for the regional medical center campus as part of a multi-disciplinary team. The plan called for a major campus expansion and intensification. Four new parking structures, two new buildings and a new ring road circulation system were added. Critical design issues included ease of traffic flow and parking access, intuitive wayfinding, and preservation of the high quality green environment the campus was known for.
Following the master plan, the team designed the new Acute Care Pavilion (ACP), an Ambulatory Services Pavilion as well as other elements. New campus features included a main arrival sequence from the highway, and a larger outdoor cafe garden. Both water and art elements were planed to tie into the existing stream and boulder motif on campus. The new ACP was approved as a LEED-Gold certified building. The new landscape areas were designed to be irrigation free, and incorporated attractive bio-retention ponds.