OLC (Ohlson Lavoie Corporation), an international architecture, interior design and aquatics design firm, has moved its Denver office to 2000 Lawrence Street in LoDo.
OLC’s talented architects, designers and aquatics professionals are currently occupying the new space. OLC has designed fitness, recreation, and wellness projects worldwide and maintains additional locations in Orlando, Tokyo and Cairo. Locally, OLC is currently working on the new Frisco Adventure Center, Grand Junction Orchard Mesa Pool, Arvada George J Meyers Pool Complex and the Aurora Highlands Aerotropolis Aquatic Center.
Senior Principal Donald Visani commented, “We’re excited to be downtown Denver once more, and part of the diverse social fabric of LoDo. Stepping into our office feels like coming home. OLC has a history of hanging our shingle inside historic buildings of brick, wood, and steel. In this second story space — with reminders of past users, construction quirks, and lots of daylight through the operable windows — it feels like just right place to continue to foster our creativity and productivity.”
OLC is an international architecture firm founded in 1961 with offices in Denver, Orlando, Tokyo, and Cairo. We serve clients globally, from North America to Asia to the Middle East. Our offices operate around the clock, providing design and documentation that flows seamlessly between all locations on a virtual network that accessible from anywhere in the world.
OLC is an international architectural firm, founded in 1961 with offices in Denver, Orlando, Tokyo and Cairo. For the past 38 years, the firm has focused on athletic, fitness and wellness facilities, including athletic/sports clubs, commercial fitness centers, medically-based wellness centers, recreation centers, spas and a broad range of aquatic projects. The OLC team includes licensed architects, LEED professionals, interior designers and aquatic design professionals. OLC has designed projects in 48 states and 11 countries.