Owen Bircher Pavilion is community pavilion built in the main Park in the center of Wilson, Wyoming. The pavilion is designed to hold a minimum of 50 people under cover for various types of events. The pavilion is oriented with views of the Teton Mountain Range to the north and a viewing platform to the adjacent wetlands and stream to the south. Two cast-in-place concrete fire-pits at either end of the pavilion provide grills to allow for multiple events to occur at a time.
Materials: An existing slab was reused and extended, old truss materials were re-figured for the screen wall at the south of the structure, pavers were reclaimed from the local library addition and re-used. Additional materials include bonderized steel roofing, and Douglas Fir Timbers and decking.
Location: Wilson, WY, US