Project

  • The Marc Center, Administration Bldg

     

    Project Description

    The Marc Center works with the community’s adult mentally and physically handicapped. Their work / training programs produce $11 million in revenue a year and enrich hundreds of individuals and families. The building is on City of Mesa property and the three-story building, completed in 2004, houses 30,000 square feet of day care, training and administration areas. The new structure melds with a 1960’s three-story office that was remodeled

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  • The Community Bridges Center For Hope

     

    Project Description

    Center for Hope provides substance abuse treatment for pregnant women. This facility is comprised of 32 sleeping rooms dividing into three ‘communities’ that will support the recovering women and their children for up to two years. Additional components include group dining/multi-purpose room, day care, toddler play areas, landscaped courtyards, meeting rooms, classrooms, healthcare, basement storage and administration. The site was design

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  • Arizona Museum Of Natural History

     

    Project Description

    Saemisch + Di Bella Architects worked with the City of Mesa and Mesa Southwest Museum team members to design this 35,000 square foot building addition to house a major dinosaur exhibit. The multilevel building also includes administrative functions, changing galleries and an expanded history wing. This addition was the culmination of a master plan analysis completed by Saemisch + Di Bella Architects that evaluated the museum’s expansion needs

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  • City Of Mesa Public Training Facility & Auditorium

     

    Project Description

    Saemisch + Di Bella Architects worked with city, police and fire department personnel to develop the design of this facility, which provides separate lecture halls, classrooms and a 360 seat auditorium space, all of which are connected to a central control room with state-of-the-art audio / visual technology that may alternately be controlled in the individual rooms. This facility has given the police and fire departments flexible training space

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  • Superstition Police And Fire Substation

     

    Project Description

    The combination Police Substation and Fire Station was a new design emphasizing community involvement and service. The user friendly look and function is the result of many meetings and trips to other facilities. The police building is designed for 100 officers today and a proposed two story expansion will provide for 200 officers and detectives. The Police holding and evidence storage is short term and meets all legal and association standards.

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