Design concept selected for Community Connector project

The Community Connector design concept submitted by Gustafson Guthrie Nichol/Allied Works Architecture Team has been selected by jury comprised of distinguished professionals from across the United States. The competition was between four outstanding design teams and was initiated to develop a conceptual design for a Community Connector that seeks to meet federally mandated mitigation requirements. This mitigation is triggered by the planned widening of I-5 in proximity to the West Barracks area of the Fort Vancouver National Site, which will occur in conjunction with the Columbia River Crossing (CRC) project to replace the I-5 bridge over the Columbia River. With a design concept in hand, City staff will initiate more detailed coordination with the CRC designers and engineers during the CRC planning and engineering phases. Please click here to get more information, including more images of the designs selected.

SOURCE: City of Vancouver, Washington, USADesign concept selected for Community Connector project – City of Vancouver, Washington, USA.

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