Salvation Army Center Includes Dizzying Array of Functions
Award of Merit, Sports/Entertainment: The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Phoenix South Mountain, Phoenix
This facility helps promote a sense of place and inclusion for an area of South Phoenix sorely in need of a community center. The LEED-Gold building has a diverse array of components for one structure, including a 350-seat chapel, banquet halls, classrooms, library and child care space. The recreation and fitness center includes basketball courts, a rock-climbing wall, boxing rings and dance studios. The aquatics center adds swimming pools, water slides and a lazy river. The design varies color, texture and lighting to differentiate all of these different functions. To raise $15 million of local money in order to trigger a larger grant to fund the project, the team used BIM to create an early fly-through model that got potential donors excited about the facility.
Contractor: Haydon Building Corp., Phoenix
Owner: The Salvation Army, Phoenix
Lead Design: Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, Denver
Local Architect: Dick & Fritsche Design Group, Phoenix
Civil Engineer: Zell Co., Phoenix
MEP: GLUMAC Intl., Seattle
Construction Manager: Sigma Contracting, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Submitted by Haydon Building Corp.