Located 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, an entry plaza and drought-tolerant plants and shrubs for landscaping. The project also includes historical restoration and adaptive reuse of the ranger’s residence and a new water tower for fire protection.
Simpson & Simpson is providing project and construction management support services on this $8.1 million LEED-Platinum design-build facility.