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Wayne Aspinall Federal Building Lone Tree Cultural Arts Center MOCA Cleveland The Bertram and Judith Kohl Building Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center
Lone Tree Cultural Arts Center MOCA Cleveland The Bertram and Judith Kohl Building Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center Wayne Aspinall Federal Building
Wayne Aspinall Federal Building Wayne Aspinall Federal Building
Lone Tree Cultural Arts Center Lone Tree Cultural Arts Center
MOCA Cleveland MOCA Cleveland
The Bertram and Judith Kohl Building The Bertram and Judith Kohl Building
Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center

Featured Projects

Wayne Aspinall Federal Building

The Wayne Aspinall Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse is located in Grand Junction, CO. The building was constructed in 1918 as a United States Post Office and Courthouse under the supervision of the...

Fast Facts

SF 41,562
LEED-NC v3.0 Platinum

ENERGY STAR 100 (anticipated)
IMPROVEMENT 68.7% (ASHRAE 90.1-2007)

Recent
Highlights

Architect 50: #1

WRL and recool are honored to be named #1 Architecture firm in Architect Magazine's 2014 firm rankings. This ranking is based on a combination of metrics in business, design, and sustainability. Stay tuned for more information on what contributes to our success.

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recool named among "10 Architecture Firm Blogs to Watch in 2013"

recool was noted by Architectural Record as one of the 10 top architectural firm blogs to watch in 2013. recool is honored to be recognized and looks forward to a year of thoughtful discussion and evaluation of solutions to address climate change.

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Latest
Blog Entries

Renwick Gallery: Wonder

posted by Roger Chang, November 11, 2015 at 12:00 am.

On November 13, 2015, the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery will reopen to the public, after a major two-year renovation. WRL had the honor of leading the architecture and engineering design of this renovation. After seeing the integration of 9 incredible works of art, specifically designed for the building, I'm humbled by...

A Building Like a Smartphone?

posted by Roger Chang, August 04, 2015 at 12:00 am.

What if a building were like a smartphone? For those of us who travel a lot, we usually have a pretty good handle on the battery life left on our smartphones. I can struggle to make it through an entire day without plugging my phone into an outlet, especially with heavy...