CSHQA designs recreation and sports facilities for municipal communities, residential developers, K-12 schools and higher education campuses — including elite college sports teams. We combine the skills of landscape architecture, civil engineering, interior design, and building architecture and engineering to create facilities that fit communities, athletes and fans.

A Place for the Community
We know recreation centers are often community hubs and can be a marketing boon when offered as a neighborhood amenity. The Avimor Community Center in Boise includes an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, exercise room, locker rooms, a meeting room and a central lobby for informal gatherings. CSHQA hospitality and interior design skills are evident throughout the entire complex.

Wellness-Focused Designs
We also design gyms that are shifting to meet the needs of evolving standards. At the historic Tucson Magnet High School in Arizona, aging facilities and a growing emphasis on student wellness prompted the district and community to work together. The resulting Gym & Wellness Center is open to the community, hosting wellness and yoga classes as well as basketball and physical education.

Additional examples of CSHQA recreational facilities include semi-pro baseball fields, dog parks, high school and collegiate swimming centers, tennis and track facilities, rec centers for residential neighborhoods, and locker rooms for the University of Arizona basketball team.

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Design Leadership

John D. Maulin, AIA
PRINCIPAL / EXEC. VICE PRESIDENT
Kyle D. Hemly, ASLA
SENIOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
Craig A. Slocum, AIA, NCARB
PRINCIPAL / MANAGING ARCHITECT
Jim Marsh
SENIOR ARCHITECT
Scott D. Beck, AIA, REFP
MANAGING ARCHITECT
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