Salinas Soccer Complex Rendering Building Front

Groundbreaking at Salinas Regional Soccer Complex

Congratulations to our client Salinas Regional Sports Authority on breaking ground on phase 2 of the new Salinas Regional Soccer Complex. We are proud to be part of this “world class” project. Rarely do you see so many public, private, and non-profit entities pull together to make a project happen.

ABOUT THE PROJECT  The Salinas Regional Soccer Complex is a 42-acre site that will include eight natural grass fields, two artificial turf fields, an indoor soccer arena, walking trails, outdoor sports courts for multiple sports, sand soccer and volleyball. BFS has assisted SRSA and the City of Salinas with the existing facility renovations, grant applications, and the proposed expansion planning process. LEARN MORE

People Using The Long Stairway Down To The Park And Looking At The Great View Of The Bay

ENR Award

Congratulations to our client The Francisco Park Conservancy on their new Francisco Park winning Engineering News-Record’s “Best of the Best” national competition! It was an honor to work on this transformative project. The team was recognized during ENR’s Annual Award of Excellence Gala in New York City on April 13th.

The team included (but was not limited to):
Lead Design Firm/ Landscape Architect: BFS Landscape Architects
General Contractor: Cahill Contractors
Civil Engineer: Sherwood Design Engineers
Structural Engineer: Mar Structural Design
Architect: 450 Architects
Project Manager: MCK America’s Inc.

ABOUT THE PROJECT  Through complex engineering and customized features, the award-winning Francisco Park is the long-awaited solution to a neighborhood dilemma—how to transform the decommissioned historic Francisco Reservoir into an accessible community park. LEARN MORE

3D Rendering Of A Man And Child Walking In The Lawn Area

Healthcare Award

The Ohana Center project for Montage Health has won a national 2022 Healthcare Design Award from the AIA. This impactful project is going to make a real difference in the Healthcare Industry and in the lives of pediatric patients in Monterey.

The Ohana Center project is included in Architect magazine’s coverage of Winners of 2022 AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards.

ABOUT THE PROJECT  The innovative Ohana Center mental and behavioral health facility for children uses neuroscience research and connection with nature to augment healing. Located in Monterey, the 16-bed residential/outpatient facility is on a protected eight-acre site with a 2:1 slope and topography of coast live oaks, oak chaparral vegetation, and grassy open space. LEARN MORE