- Project Architect – Mark Hilles, AIA
- Architectural Project Manager – Chad Hansen
- Lead Designer – Trevor Broughton
- General Contractor- Excel Construction
Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park is a cultural staple in the Ogden, Utah community. This facility features a collection of prehistoric creatures, in realistic full-sized sculptures and robotics, that visitors of all ages can learn from and engage with.
In 2013 Eccles Dinosaur Park hired Mountain West Architects to design a new, exterior exhibit. The facility will provide a home to the new “Living Dinosaur” Iguana exhibit. The exhibit includes large exhibit windows for visitors to view the reptiles, gathering area for teaching and presenting the “living dinosaurs,” and a building design that integrates into the park’s natural surroundings. This new facility is comprised of 1,320 square feet and will make a great addition to an already spectacular park.
Currently, the Eccles Dinosaur Park has again hired Mountain West Architects to redesign the interior or their main building to include a new two-story dinosaur exhibit. The exhibit will guide visitors through winding pathways on the main and upper levels and feature multiple dinosaurs that interact with the visitors. This interior exhibit renovation affects 14,238 square feet.
“Mountain West Architects have provided a dedicated service and a commitment to our project that is above and beyond the normal service, I look forward to referring them to any projects and equally look forward to working with them on the next project, Thank You for all you do.”
– Mark Wayment, General Contractor for Eccles Dinosaur Park