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GLHN to Provide Engineering to Kino South Sports Complex Team

GLHN is proud to be part of McGann & Associates winning team selected for the Pima County Kino South Sports Complex.  The project will be located on the south side of Interstate 10 across from the existing Kino Sports Fields.  The first phase of improvements is planned to include 12 natural turf lighted fields; a building for concessions, lockers rooms, restrooms and offices; lighted parking lots with solar panels; and…

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Effective Parking Garage Lighting

Designing a good lighting system for an open parking structure is more complex than you might think – especially when it’s located adjacent to a residential neighborhood. The design team must be sensitive to the visual impact the garage will have. Three-D modelling and rendering of the architecture, hardscape, landscape, and lighting are essential tools that should be used to insure a positive outcome. We recommend preparing day and night…

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Architectural and Engineering projects by GLHN

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 Cover.” The artwork brands the museum as the home of the B-17 Flying Fortress and…

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Keeping Tucson Parks Safe

Illuminated sports fields are a centerpiece of many parks, but the lighting and electrical systems must be properly designed, built, and maintained to remain safe and usable.  Ted Moeller, Director of Electrical Engineering at GLHN, partnered with the City of Tucson to improve electrical safety at aging parks across the community.  Ted recommends the following best practices to maintain park electrical systems. Operate circuit breakers every three years Install metal…

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Science and Health Building Awarded LEED Gold

Completed in 2015, the Science and Health Building provides modern research space and science teaching facilities in a highly sustainable facility.  GLHN’s Joyce Kelly, LEED BD+C, led the certification process for the project team.  One fifth of SHB’s LEED Gold certification was based on water efficiency – a recognized high priority in Flagstaff and Northern Arizona. The team achieved all water efficiency points including exemplary performance and regional priority credits…

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University of Arizona Selects GLHN Team for Pharmacy Addition

The University of Arizona has selected the team of GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. and Shepley Bulfinch to design the $20M addition and renovation to the College of Pharmacy Skaggs Building.  The project will provide the College with both new and renovated state-of-the-art research facilities to ensure its growth and capacity to adapt to the dynamic and changing fields in pharmaceutical sciences.  The project is based on a 2015 Conceptual…

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