LOCKWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
Lockwood High School is sited on the existing K-8 campus. Work includes comprehensive campus improvements and efficiencies. The project entails 8 separate buildings totaling 180,000 sf of educational, athletic, and wellness spaces. The three-story high school building includes an auditorium, two gyms, weight room, CTE programs, and band/choir spaces in addition to the classroom-based learning spaces. Our team led the pre-bond process, leading to voters approving a $49.9M bond in May 2018. Construction on the 30,000 sf CTE building will be completed in the fall of 2019 to house the 2023 class of freshmen. The remaining structures will be completed for the start of the 2020 school year.
New elementary school for Roundup, MT
ROUNDUP HIGH SCHOOL
New entry and classroom addition for Roundup High school. Addition and remodel includes new locker rooms, and family consumer sciences classroom.
CONRAD REST AREA
Finished in 2013. Conrad Rest Area provides a clean, safe place for weary travelers to grab a much needed break. One such traveler left a note commenting "best rest stop in 9,000 miles..."
LOCKWOOD FIRE DISTRICT
A clean, modern, 20,000 square foot critical response facility; this fire station was designed to grow with the community of Lockwood and should serve as a hub of operations for years to come.
Completed in 2008, and winner of an AIA Montana award. Park II parking garage stands as a shining example of modern architecture in downtown Billings, MT.
Completed in 2009. The goal for the redesigned space was to create a technologically advanced, contemporary, multi-media lecture and presentation room to serve as a model for future lecture room makeovers. The room has become one of the most popular spaces on campus and is included in the standard campus tour for prospective students.
MSU-B Billings, MT
Finished in 2011, the historically sensitive renovation restored McMullen hall to a handsome practical space both students and faculty alike can be proud of.
MT, WY, ND,SD
Our team understands the immense time commitment that building community support for public schools takes. Surprisingly, much of this time is not spent doing architecture, instead, it is spent listening to community members and understanding their point of view. We have a record of immersive public involvement for the purpose of building community support. This takes many forms and, in the past, has included hosting tables at sporting events, craft fairs, and little league opening day. By immersing ourselves in your community and engaging in civil dialogue with those who may not support changes in the public schools we are able to listen to their concerns and address them with logical facts pertaining to the benefit of seeing your project goals through.
An interior and exterior remodel of both the historic Galles building and the Labor Temple in downtown Billings, MT. These remodels provide office space as well as day facilities, and housing for the clients that CLDI, and family promise serve.
ROUNDUP COMMUNITY STAGE