Completed Projects

Dunham’s Distribution Center

American Structurepoint was the lead designer on a design/build team for this distribution warehouse. This $30 million facility allows the company to house all distribution operations at one location. The design included a 15,000-sft single-story office component, a 3,000-sft candy room, and a 3,000-sft boom room. Also incorporated into the new space are two maintenance areas totaling 3,000 sft. The design of phase one utilized 63 acres for the 741,000-sft facility. The design also accounted for a future phase two, which expands the facility an additional 259,350 sft on 10.88 acres.


Mainstreet – Lafayette, Colorado

This post-acute and transitional care center required higher focus on outpatient rehabilitation. Therefore, our architects adjusted and redesigned their prototype to create resident rooms that are more focused on rehabilitation. The facility is specifically designed to bring a sense of independence, dignity, and pride to senior populations. American Structurepoint brought together the goals of the various partners to develop the most cost-effective and enjoyable health and wellness center possible. The design concept configures the built environment to engage social interaction and encourage healthy behavior. By focusing on a hospitality-oriented atmosphere, the architect provides a community driven healing space that residents are happy to call home.


Grand Park

Grand Park is an all-inclusive sports complex accommodating year-round soccer, softball, baseball, rugby, lacrosse, football, and more. This facility covers 400 acres and is the largest sports complex of its kind. With 31 multi-purpose fields, 26 outdoor diamonds, 2 indoor facilities, and 10 miles of paved trails, Grand Park is able to accommodate 1.5 million visits per year. Context Design led the planning and landscape architectural design while American Structurepoint was responsible for the engineering effort, with emphasis on civil engineering, transportation, utilities, grading, and stormwater management.


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