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Centennial School

 

60,000 sf K-12 public school, thermal and lighting efficiency was achieved by utilizing ICF concrete and CMU for the walls and wood and steel for the open roof framing; funded in part by the BEST program.

 

Project Type

K-12

Date

2010

Location

San Luis, Colorado

Architect

SlaterPaull Architects

Contractor

HW Houston Construction

Owner/Developer:

Centennial School District R1

Cost

$9.9 million

Region

Colorado Front Range - Central/South

Project Delivery Type

Design/Bid/Build

Services Provided

Structural Engineering

Materials

SteelConcrete – Mildly reinforcedStructural Masonry

Features

Masonry gym structure with ICF concrete classroom walls and exposed open web wood roof joists.


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