Proud to be the Architects for Mountain Rescue’s New Headquarters!

This morning, Mountain Rescue broke ground on its new headquarters on Highway 82 in Aspen. We are so proud to be the architects for such a worthwhile community asset.

“This is long overdue,” said Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo, who gripped a gold-plated shovel and took part in the ground-breaking. As sheriff, DiSalvo officially is the head of the search-and-rescue group.

A 13,900-square-foot building on the new headquarters property — formerly the Aspen location for Planted Earth Home and Garden Center — will allow the 50-member volunteer organization to move out of a cramped cabin on Main Street. The project is expected to be finished next spring.

For more…see today’s Aspen Times article.

Aspen Times

Aspen Times

This entry was posted in Featured, On the Boards and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to "Proud to be the Architects for Mountain Rescue’s New Headquarters!"

Leave a reply