Grand Teton National Park Headquarters/Moose Maintenance Building
Landmark Design is serving on a multi-disciplinary team developing plans for the rehabilitation of the Moose Headquarters facilities at Grand Teton National Park. Our specific responsibility is landscape architecture, primarily planting and irrigation plans. We worked closely with the architects and civil engineers to provide a well thought-out user experience as visitors travel to and between the facilities.
The site features Park Maintenance Facilities and the future Grand Teton Association Office, as well as launch site and staging facilities for boat and fishing concessionaires that access the adjacent Snake River. A pathway system will connect users to a new multi-purpose bike trail running along the Park entry road, the new Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center, and to Menor’s Ferry Historic District. The landscape design respects the region and the culture of the eastern slope of the Teton Mountain Range and Jackson Hole Valley. The project is currently under construction, and is pursuing a LEED silver level of certification.