hoffman architects, LLC is a studio based architecture firm located in Park City, Utah. Project locations include Park City, Salt Lake City, Moab, Utah; Arizona, Washington, and Alberta Canada. Founded by Hans Hoffman, the firm’s strives to define the sense of place for each project while addressing the functional requirements in new and often unusual ways. A project’s design process is defined by each project’s particular conditions, not by project size. Sustainable design practices are used on every project and vary in depths. “Green” design is nothing more than “Good design”. The built environment’s ability to enhance and help define the sense of place is cooked through a thoughtful and rigorous design process. The basic design of a project includes melding the intuitive and the rational; the poetic and the pragmatic; and tirelessly searching for the unique situation. While at other firms Mr. Hoffman was the project architect of many sports and resort facilities throughout the mountain west. His efforts included design of Quinn’s Recreation Complex, Master Plan of the Provo High Baseball Ballpark, and Master Plan a youth Baseball Complex. Sport projects range in size from Master planning facilities to complete design and documentation of recreation complexes and stadiums. Recent competed project experience include the $11,100,000 Park City Sports Complex at Quinn’s Junction, Programming and Master Planning for the University of Montana Football Stadium, Legends Bar & Grill at Park City Mountain Resort, and UVSC Ballpark; home of the UVSC college baseball team and the Orem Owlz, the single A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim. Since founding hoffman architects LLC, current projects include Seaman Stadium & Field house home of the the Okotoks Dawgs located south of Calgary Alberta; the 120,000 s.f. Inizio located at Jordanelle Reservoir; various projects around Utah; and projects from Arizona to Washington. The firm has designed a major renovation to the Gondola Angle Station at Park City Mountain Resort which is striving for LEED Platinum certification which is expected to begin construction summer 2008. Mr. Hoffman’s credentials including serving on the State of Utah Architects Licensing Board, is a LEED accredited professional with the United States Green Building Council, registered with the National Council Architectural Registration Board (NCARB), and registered with the Canadian Architectural Registration Board (CACB).