Visitor centers, museums, and other tourist-centered destinations are more than a stop on an itinerary. They shape opinions about your community and where tourists decide to invest their dollars.
RESPEC’s team of engineers understands what it takes to design visitor facilities that can withstand high demand on their structure and systems. Whether it’s specialized lighting and mechanical controls for a cultural center or a heavily trafficked food and entertainment complex, we have the expertise to design for variable environmental requirements.
From preplanning through commissioning, we draw from more than 25 years of experience to deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions that balance energy efficiency with ease of maintenance. Our engineers use real data to conduct life-cycle-cost analyses and energy modeling that help our clients make informed choices about design elements and equipment. And when the project is complete, our clients benefit from building information modeling software that streamlines their maintenance processes to keep systems in peak condition.
Tourist dollars are typically dependent on defined seasons. We have the bench strength, expertise, and familiarity with local, state, and federal code authorities to compress our planning and design process to fit your schedule. We ask the right questions, pull in the best resources, and focus on quality at every step to ensure your design meets your vision and goals from the start.
In addition to award-winning facility design, our team is capable of addressing every other challenge the visitor industry can create. From planning to survey and on-shore power to water treatment, our innovative approaches have made a strong name for us and we would love to be your integrated solutions partner. Call us at 907.743.3200 to discuss your visitor industry needs.
Visitor Industry Projects
RESPEC utilizes a variety of cutting edge technologies to enhance project delivery and add value to the final product. These tools can give our clients a more holistic view of their project than ever before possible, when compared to traditional methodologies.