Zerr Berg Architects was commissioned by the City of Moorhead in 2010 to design a new park shelter replacing an existing structure that had been condemned due to safety concerns. The new shelter was constructed using textured, board formed cast-in-place concrete piers and steel trusses. The performance of the new building was tested prior to the completion of construction when over 9 feet of water rose on the site. After the water receded, the construction was completed in time to host a summer wedding as one of its first events. The building was selected as an ND American Institute of Architects Honor Award winner in 2012.