House & Robertson was the executive architect for a back-of-house building within the security perimeter at a major theme park complex in Anaheim, California. The two-story, 42,000-sq.-ft. building integrates three separate employee functions into one structure: a cast costume distribution and storage facility; an employee services center comprised of offices, the employee credit union and ridesharing offices; and a new employee store and ticket distribution center. As the new building was located on a severely constricted site in the theme park’s existing back-of-house zone, issues relating to maintenance of adjacent operations, and minimizing impacts to existing campus utility infrastructure, were paramount to the project’s success. The project was completed in 1999.
Global Entertainment CompanyDesign architect:
Rebecca L. Binder FAIA ArchitecturePrincipal:
Rebecca Binder, FAIA
House & Robertson Architects, Inc.Principal:
Jim House, FAIASenior staff:
Tom Williams, AIAGeneral contractor:
S. J. Amaroso CompanyImages by: