The clubhouse for GrayBull is intended to rest harmoniously in the beautiful, undisturbed landscape of the sandhills of western Nebraska.  It’s wood-clad exterior and long low roofline allow the structure to blend into the surrounding grasslands and to compliment the fantastic views of the rolling hills in every direction.

The interior has a warm & distinctive rustic quality, using wood ceilings & walls and hints of aged metals to evoke the kind of welcoming place you may expect to find on any of the surrounding Nebraska ranches and farms.  The social hub of the clubhouse is the club dining room and bar.  Here is where all meals are served throughout the day, and where you can go to get a panoramic view of the course through its large picture windows.  Walk outside from here and you’ll find an extensive, covered wrap-around deck designed to seat you right at the edge of the properties highest point, where you can eat, drink and take in one of the most unique experiences available anywhere.


I enjoyed working with SHA on the Canopy Street Project.  It was a very complex project which required both large scale design thought as well as a focus on small details. Their professionalism impressed me as well as all of the other clients in the project from restaurants, to hotel operations through condo buyers, SHA continued to move the project forward and solve problems with all in mind.  As a licensed architect myself I really appreciated their willingness to partner with me and listen to my design ideas while improving the direction time and time again. Quite simply, Canopy Street would not have been nearly as successful without SHA’s talented staff.

Brett West