Catalog #
Project Name
Categories
Completed Date
3075
University of Utah Women’s Soccer Stadium Relocation and Lacrosse Bridging Documents
Parks and Recreation
2018
3065
Dee Glen Smith
Public Recreation, Recreation
3007
Track and Field and Kemmerer High School
K-12, Parks and Recreation
2019
2994
Real Salt Lake Academy High School
K-12, Recreation
2018
2924
Zagg Brands Executive Club At Rio Tinto Stadium
Commercial, exec, Interior, Recreation
2017
2684
UVU Main and Athletic Campus Master Plan
Higher-Ed, Parks and Recreation
2014
2598
Gallivan Center
Commercial, Public, Public Recreation, Recreation
2012
2341
Cottonwood Country Club
Commercial, Public Recreation, Recreation
2014
2335
Draper Senior Center
Parks and Recreation, Public
2002
2112
J.L. Sorenson Recreation Center
Public, Public Recreation, Recreation
2011
0962
Salomon Recreation Center
Recreation
2007
0855
Basin Recreation Fieldhouse
Parks and Recreation, Public Recreation, Recreation
2004
0836
Olympic Park Complex
Public Recreation, Recreation
2001

0836

Name
Olympic Park Complex
Location
Park City, UT
Date
2001
Client
Utah Athletic Foundation
Area
29,000 SF
Awards
2004 AIA Utah Honor Award
Publications
LA Times 2002, Athletic Business 2001

Built for the 2002 Olympic Games, the Olympic Park complex in Park City represents one of the most prominent expressions of Utah Modernism in the Salt Lake Region. Comprising the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center and the jump and track facilities for Bobsled, Skeleton, Luge, Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined events, the Olympic Park received an AIA Utah Merit Award for master planning, and established Park City as an international winter sports training and competition venue.

The project composes local and enduring materials into dynamic, sculptural forms. Cast-in-place architectural concrete reflects the site’s geology, while copper shingles evoke the mining history of the Salt Lake Valley. Arranged in natural geometric planes, the design conforms to and compliments the landscape, working within the natural topography to express a rugged modernism capable of standing up to the mountains.

Today, the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center houses two museums: the Alf Engen Ski Museum and the George Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum. The design includes a 2,000 s.f. multi-purpose space for lectures, film presentations, classes, and meetings, as well as temporary exhibit spaces, offices, conference rooms, and a gift shop.