Located 45 miles north of Los Angeles in the high-desert town of Agua Dulce, the Vasquez Rocks County Park Interpretive Center consists of a new 3,700 square-foot building with interpretive exhibits, a multi-purpose classroom/museum, staff offices, restroom facilities and entry plaza. Simpson & Simpson provided project/construction management services for this project that also includes historical restoration and adaptive reuse of the ranger’s residence and a new water tower for fire protection. The informative visitor-experience venue focuses on the geographic surroundings and wildlife within the park and the interpretive center blends into the naturalistic setting of the park by minimizing the impact to its surroundings to create a highly sustainable and efficient LEED Platinum building.
Los Angeles County Public Works
Agua Dulce, CA