East Bay Regional Parks District enlisted Shah Kawasaki Architects to prepare a feasibility study for a new visitor center at Coyote Hills Park in Fremont. The visitor center would replace an existing outdated building and would include exhibition space, staff offices, and a large community and events space. The study included preparation of site and building program, ecological and cultural resource analysis, and two conceptual design options with construction cost estimates. The design team worked together with EBRPD through multiple workshop meetings to understand the District’s needs and to build consensus behind a single design option.
Client: East Bay Regional Parks District
Location: Fremont, CA
Project Completion: In Design