Client: City of Hugo

Location: Hugo, Minnesota

Completion: 2011

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Hanifl Fields Shelter

Landform provided landscape architecture, civil engineering and septic design for this 3,154 square foot park shelter in Hugo, Minnesota. The City was the recipient of a generous donation from the Hanifl Foundation for construction of the structure and associated site improvements.

The project incorporated many sustainable design elements, including:

  • Rain barrels to reduce runoff and provide planter irrigation
  • Native plants materials
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • Hi-efficiency heating system
  • User-controlled interior climate with multiple thermostats
  • Natural ventilation with operable windows
  • Natural daylighting with low-e glass in windows and skylights
  • Sensor-controlled lighting
  • Recycled-content building materials
  • Durable building materials
  • Low volatile organic compound (VOC)-emitting materials