Field Hall has engaged expertise to help design a facility that delivers the highest degree of quality and production efficiency possible.
The floor plans for Field Hall illustrate the integration of acoustical, theatrical, and architectural elements that have resulted from a highly interactive and collaborative design process. A distinguishing feature of the building is the transition from outside and to interior that makes the experience of attending a performance or event in Field Hall a natural and more personal connection to community life.
A finely-appointed “Founder’s Room” with striking views of the Olympic mountains for smaller groups, receptions, or meetings
A full catering kitchen available to serve all types of events
A 1,000-square foot art gallery on the main lobby level
A waterfront coffee shop, steps from the Olympic Discovery Trail
LMN Architects is a multi-disciplinary firm covering architecture, interior design, urban design, and design research. In 2016, LMN was awarded the Architecture Firm Award, the highest honor the American Institute of Architects bestows upon an architecture firm. In 2018, LMN was awarded the AIA National Honor Award for Interior Architecture.
Featured projects include Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, Benaroya Hall, Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, Mount Baker Theatre, Seattle University Lee Center for the Arts, Skagit Valley College McIntyre Hall, Vashon Center for the Arts, and Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center.
Vanir Construction Management, Inc. is a national leader in program, project and construction management and real estate development. Vanir provides a full spectrum of program and project development services nationwide in a wide range of market sectors, managing projects from an owner’s perspective and by applying new technologies designed to reduce risk and improve outcomes and value.
Mortenson is a US-based, Top 20 Builder, developer and provider of construction, energy, and engineering services.
Featured projects include Harley Davidson Museum, Denver Art Museum, Bigelow Chapel, Walt Disney Concert Hall, University of Iowa School of Music, Museum of Wisconsin Art, and Tulalip Casino.
Operating for nearly 50 years, JaffeHolden is an industry leader providing acoustic design and audio/video services for performing arts, educational and cultural spaces. JaffeHolden’s portfolio includes some of the world’s most recognizable buildings for which they have received numerous awards for their leadership in acoustic design.
Featured projects include Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Dallas City Performance Hall, Radio City Music Hall, The Juilliard School, and Voxman Music Building at University of Iowa.
Headquartered in Berkeley, California, The Shalleck Collaborative provides services in theatre consulting, production systems, and AV systems.
Featured projects include University of Oregon – Berwick Hall and Concert Hall Project, Texas Christian University – School of Music, Harris Center – Three Stages at Folson Lake College, San Jose Civic Auditorium, Berkeley Repertory, Beaverton Center for the Arts, Vashon Center for the Arts, and Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center.
Founded in 1976, Walker Macy provides landscape architecture, urban design and planning services throughout the West coast from its offices in Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington. The firm has received 31 awards from the Oregon Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and two National ASLA Merit Awards.
Featured projects include Centennial Park, Beaverton Public Library and City Park, Alaska State Library Archive and Museum, Amazon’s Seattle Headquarters, and Mount Tabor Park.
Stantec is a top tier global design and delivery firm providing services in engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, construction services, project management, and project economics, from initial project concept and planning through to design, construction, commissioning, maintenance, decommissioning, and remediation.
Featured projects include Canada House (London, UK), Chad West (Beijing, China), Museum of Anthropology – Masterworks Gallery (Vancouver, B.C.), Microsoft Plaza at LA Live (Los Angeles, CA), and Canadian Museum for Human Rights (Winnipeg, Manitoba).
Swenson Say Fagét Structural Engineering is an award winning structural engineering firm with offices in Seattle and Tacoma.
Featured projects include Mukliteo City Hall, Capitol Hill Library, Ferndale Library, Pike Place Market, 14 Hands Winery, and Cascadia Art Museum, Suquamish Museum.
Operating since 1982, Krazan is a well-established Site Development Engineering Firm. Krazan owns and operates 10 offices in the Western United States.
Featured projects include Heron’s Key, Kirkland Urban, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium – Rocky Shores Sea Lion Exhibit, and Mohler Communications Building – Bates Technical College.
Zenovic & Associates is a full-spectrum civil engineering firm based on the Olympic Peninsula and serving Clallam and Jefferson Counties since 1998. Zenovic & Associates provides professional services in structural design and analysis, water systems, mapping, land surveying and project management.
Featured projects include Port Angeles Waterfront Improvement Plan, Westport Administration / Design & Interior Fabrication Facility, Lauridsen Bridge Replacement Project, Peninsula College Library Media Center, and Clallam County Public Utility District #1 Administration Center.
Katie Oman is an expert in project and economic development planning for arts, culture, and heritage projects with over 15 years experience in management consulting, decision-making, and economic analysis for cultural- and public-sector clients across North America.
Select clients include Seattle Center, Arts Build Ontario, National Museum of Ireland, City of Vancouver, B.C., Seattle Repertory Theatre, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Edmonds Center for the Arts, and Nashville Symphony.