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Liberty Wildlife 2008-Present | Phoenix, Arizona

Liberty Wildlife, a leader in wildlife protection in Arizona,
is a non-profit organization that treats, rehabilitates, and releases native Arizonian wildlife including avian species, mammals, and reptiles. The new 30,000 square foot facility will feature a rehabilitation center for injured wildlife, which includes an ICU, triage center, treatment rooms, and rehabilitation flight enclosures, an administrative and visitor's center, and an expanded educational area including classrooms and an auditorium. This educational zone will house an interactive display area and an interactive trail will move throughout the Wildlife Center for visitors to view educational animals, the aviary, eagle feeding station, and library/research room. This important expansion will allow Liberty Wildlife to increase the number of animals they treat, which this year numbered roughly 4,000, and enhance their outstanding educational programs. The initial analysis and design were used to clarify their mission and enhance internal operations. It has also facilitated with raising endowments.

principal
Michael Rotondi

project managers
Jim Bassett
Susan Cutler
Alyssa Holmquist

project team
Avi Galili
Raul Aguilera
Kalin Yodanov

assistants
Kate Harvey
Ricky Hele
Tanya Pankratov
Shao-wei Huang
Jonathan Odom

color / signage
April Greiman Made in Space

structural + m/e/p engineer
Buro Happold

landscape architect
Ten Eyck

civil engineer
kpff Consulting Engineers