This stunning visitor center is more than just a museum. It’s an experience that reveals the beauty, diversity, and importance of elk country across North America. The Visitor Center utilizes parallel strand lumber, which minimizes the use of old-growth timber and creates a distinctive aesthetic. The attached office building also offers incorporates a host of conservation strategies.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) is committed to the conservation, a commitment that is indicated in the facility. The building’s location allows for much of the spectacular site to remain undisturbed and provides panoramic views of the area.
Working with Structurlam on the UBC Brock Commons project was an absolute joy. Their attention to detail with respect to complex machining tolerances and logistics made for a very smooth procurement process.Robert Jackson, Structural Project Engineer for the Brock Commons Phase 1 Building, Fast + Epp, Vancouver, BC