DTW Architects designed a new picnic shelter as part of the overall site improvements in the Eno River State Park expansion. The open-air shelter uses heavy timber frame construction and a stone fireplace to relate the structure to its surroundings. In addition, DTW also designed five ranger residences at five North Carolina State Parks: Lake Norman, Lake Waccamaw, Falls Lake, Pilot Mountain and Cliffs of the Neuse.
DTW Architects also designed a pavilion in Central Durham Park, which has served as a catalyst for various improvements in the vicinity. The George Watts Hill Pavilion was designed by DTW Architects as a gift in honor of George Watts Hill, and it was built with a grant from Central Carolina Bank. This pavilion currently houses a not-for-profit sculpture studio and bronze casting facility, which was used to cast the bull on display in downtown Durham.
Golden Leaf Award for Community Properties, 2006 - George Watts Hill Pavilion