Roth Sheppard starts design on several projects

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Roth Sheppard is designing Firestone’s Police and Courts Facility.

Roth Sheppard Architects was selected to design the Fort Worth Police Department Sixth Patrol District Substation and the city of Thornton Fire Station No. 6 and Police Substation led by partner-in-charge Brian Berryhill, as well as the new Police and Courts Facility for Firestone.

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Roth Sheppard is designing work for Scandinavian Designs in California.

New retail and restaurant projects, led by partner Adam Harding, include a mixed-use development for Scandinavian Designs in Corte Madera, California (a several building complex housing a furniture showroom, restaurants, housing and retail space) and a retail showroom addition for Scandinavian Designs in San Jose, California. The firm is also working on a new restaurant in Longmont called La Madeleine.

In addition, the town of Dillon has chosen Jeffrey Sheppard, co-founder and design principal at Roth Sheppard, to develop new architectural guidelines for several new upcoming projects. To establish a stronger physical identity for its popular mountain community, town leaders recently completed a rebranding process to assure that future buildings capture the town’s special, significant and authentic characteristics in a more impactful way. Sheppard will work with the Dillon community to define and clarify the characteristics and “patterns” that architects, designers and developers will be required to adhere to in the future. A series of workshops, being held in early 2017, will produce detailed design guidelines that support the town’s vision and identity, acknowledge its past, and speak to its future aspirations.

Featured in CREJ’s March 1-March 15, 2017, issue

Kris Oppermann Stern is publisher and editor of Building Dialogue, a Colorado Real Estate Journal publication, and editor of CREJ's construction, design, and engineering section, including news and bylined articles. Building Dialogue is a quarterly, four-color magazine that caters specifically to the AEC industry, including features on projects and people, as well as covering trends in design, construction, interior design, development and more. Kris joined CREJ as an editor in 1998, after serving as editor of the Colorado Springs Business Journal. Kris earned her Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and Mass Communication, from the University of Colorado at Boulder. When not covering Colorado’s commercial AEC community, she enjoys Pilates, reading, traveling, walking her Golden Retriever and cheering on her hockey-playing son.