- Principal Architect – Mark Hilles, AIA
- Project Architect – Chad Hansen
- General Contractor – Elk Valley Construction
- Current Phase: Construction Documents
Rush Fun Center is the latest interactive addition to Jordan Landing, one of the largest mixed-use developments in the Intermountain West. Located on the corner of Center View Way and Jordan Landing Boulevard, Rush is the marquis facility for the entertainment district in the Jordan Landing development. It offers over 73,000 square feet of all-ages entertainment, Rush offers a massive main level, full of activities including bumper cars, bowling, laser tag, arcade, mini-golf, and climbing wall with foam pit. An upper level, mezzanine-style, go-kart track is big enough for a twelve car race as well as large meeting/party room with a birds-eye view of each activity below. With 80,000 patrons visiting the Jordan Landing Complex each week, Rush was designed to serve large groups such as birthday parties, team-building meetings, and school groups. Smaller groups are easily accommodated too, as space planning was the cornerstone of this development. The large masonry building uses large graphics and a massive glass entry; a strong design element intended to demand attention. MWA’s extensive research and attention to detail on path of travel, health and safety, spacial requirements and relationships is evident throughout the project.