Category Archives: Featured Project

New Septic System in Arivaca

Pima County contacted GLHN to help with an interesting project in the small town of Arivaca, Arizona. The local community center is situated on 9 acres and has a meeting building, a playground, tennis courts, and a volunteer fire station.  The community center uses an onsite sewer septic system that is over 30 years old […]

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New Dental Clinic Opens at Carl T. Hayden Medical Center

GLHN’s design of a new dental building for the Phoenix Veterans Administration Healthcare System provides a state-of- the-art dental facility. Intended to expand and enhance the dental services for our veterans, the new facility provides thirty-three x-ray equipped operatories including one for Special Procedures and two for Oral Surgeries. For the comfort of their patients […]

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Dignity St. Joseph’s Parking Garage Addition

The new parking garage addition at St. Joseph’s hospital is more than just a place to leave your car, it will be the front door to the healthcare campus.  As such, GLHN’s project manager/designer, Russ Combs, created a space that enhances the visitor experience by introducing natural elements such as daylight, views of the sky, […]

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Pima Community College Dental Clinic

Pima Community College Dental Clinic Tucson, Arizona The college was awarded a Title V Grant to improve and expand the capacity of three fully accredited dental studies programs: Dental Hygiene Education, Dental Assistant Education, and Dental Laboratory Technology. Improvements were required to increase student capacity and update technologies. The existing space of 6,350 SF was remodeled […]

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Rillito Park Engineering Improvements

Making it All Work at Rillito Park Tucson, Arizona GLHN was thrilled to be selected to improve one of Pima County’s most interesting parks. Founded in 1943, Rillito Park was originally built as a Quarter Horse racing venue and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sometime later soccer fields were built on […]

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390th Memorial Museum

GLHN Architect, Brian Hagedon, was selected to design and assist in the installation of significant artwork at the 390th Memorial Museum located at the Pima Air and Space Museum.  To cap a three-year remodeling project, the museum commissioned a 374 SF steel and aluminum piece based off a widely-published WWII aerial combat photograph dubbed “Top […]

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Tooker House Engineering Residence Hall

Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona This fall ASU unveiled a new $120M residence hall for engineering students featuring on-site digital classrooms and makerspaces with 3D printers, laser cutters and other design tools. GLHN partnered with American Campus Communities to provide fast-track Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing design services for the 7-story, 458,000 SF Tooker House which […]

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Science and Health Building

Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, Arizona NAU’s new Science and Health Building provides modern science teaching facilities and state-of-the-art, flexible research laboratory space. The GLHN|richärd+bauer joint venture team designed a building that mimics the forms of a geode. On the exterior, metal panels of different shapes and sizes are cut at an angle, resembling the layers […]

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Environment and Natural Resources 2 (ENR2)

University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona The ENR2 Building borrows from the iconic imagery of the southwest: striking landforms of canyon and mesa, dramatic play of light and shadow, the painted sky of sunsets and desert monsoons, and highly adapted flora and fauna. Organized around a central courtyard, the building is entered through a “slot canyon,” […]

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American Samoa

Based in the desert southwest, GLHN has delivered successful architectural and engineering solutions to healthcare clients from coast-to-coast and in locations as geographically and environmentally diverse as American Samoa, Hawaii, and Alaska. American Samoa is about half way between Hawaii and New Zealand, in the heart of Polynesia, right on the edge of the International […]

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