The Bison Hall project is a 6,059 square foot building that houses educational dioramas, offices for staff, restrooms and a dining area for guests. The building is constructed with an open layout and exposed lumber to give it a craftsman, barn like feel. The concrete slab, being the finished flooring, was poured and then stamped with Bison hoof prints adding to the uniqueness of this structure. Large windows and coiling doors look out on the Alaska Mountain Range. The building was constructed without interference with the normal business operations.
Blazy’s Role: General Contractor
Construction Budget: $1,434,669
Construction Period: March 2016- Ongoing
Delivery Method: Bid Build
Owner: Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
A/E Firm: Z Architects