The new Irsay Family Sports Center for Health and Wellness will include a fieldhouse, auxiliary gym, multipurpose studio, weight and cardio fitness room and seminar classroom, and community spaces for students to gather. Activities in the building are intentionally displayed to encourage interaction, communication, and wellness on campus. The building design incorporates limestone, metal panel, and wood elements in keeping with the existing campus. The new wellness center replaces an existing sports facility and opened in 2021. CSO partnered with Lake|Flato on this exciting project.
Prior to building this new Town Hall, the administrative offices for the Town of Zionsville were housed in a former church. A lack of functionality prompted the need for a new building that would allow public service officials to better serve the community. The new building provides an efficient workplace for Town offices including Clerk/Treasurer, Planning and Permitting, Mayor, Information Technology, Fire Department Offices, and Town Council Chambers.
Designed with the public in mind, the building features a large community room for meetings and events. The design included 5,000 square feet on the second floor to accommodate future growth. The building is also designed to allow for expansion on its southwest side, as the needs of the community continue to expand.
CSO provided complete FF&E services in addition to the design of the building. The design features a central lobby with various departments and payment centers, space for planning and economic development, and offices for the mayor and other staff.
A new main building for Ivy Tech’s Columbus campus is designed to reinvigorate the campus, while adding to Columbus’ modern architectural legacy. The new building will give students and faculty a more engaging and collaborative 21st century learning space. Classrooms will be structured for project-based learning, with reconfigurable classrooms to promote collaboration. The project is sponsored by the Cummins Foundation Architecture Program, who selected IwamotoScott Architects as the Design Architect. Ivy Tech Community College hired CSO as their Architect-of-Record. The new building will replace the aging Poling Hall in the Columbus AirPark.