National Park Service – Rocky Mountain Beaver Meadows Visitor Center

Rocky Mountain National Park’s Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, built in 1967, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s firm, Taliesin Associated Architects, following his death. The park’s main visitor center, this unique structure is undergoing a full mechanical renovation including design and installation of a new four-pipe fan coil system and the refurbishment of existing ventilation systems. All work must be completed without compromising the building’s original architectural design.

Location

Estes Park, Colorado

Owner

National Park Service

Client

Anderson Hallas Architects

Category

Community
Federal