McKenna proposed a rustic theme for the building and several concept plans incorporating Adirondack architecture and design elements from the National Parks system. Key to the success of this project was the careful integration of the site plan elements: building, parking, and trailways within the existing woodlands and topography. The McKenna-led site plan embraced the site with dynamic views and rustic features. The natural building materials provided a sense of timelessness.

The project team also coordinated the design of a previously approved and funded non-motorized trail and took advantage of the views of the creek, wooded wetland, and access to the community center and parking. The site plan incorporated a trail head with kiosk, bench, bicycle rack, and trash receptacle.

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