Celebrating 22 Years of Service!
105,000 sf redevelopment of the 22-acre Castle Creek Campus. The campus is used by the Aspen Music Festival and School in the summer and the Aspen County Day School in the winter. The multi-phased, fast track project includes new construction of two new bridges, practice rooms, teaching studios, three rehearsal spaces, classrooms, science lab and gymnasium and upgrades to an existing bridge.
100,000 sf composite steel, masonry, and precast building consisting of a 1 story and 3 story classroom wings a a central core containing the cafeteria and gym - anticipated LEED Silver
20,000 sf cafeteria building including re-use and renovation of 5,600 sf of an existing cafeteria - achieved LEED BD+C Platinum.
80,000 sf K-8 school
60,000 sf prototype masonry building consisting of standardized building components to be utilized in the construction of future elementary schools
80,000 sf school featuring several cantilevered floor and roof areas, large two-story clerestory cafeteria, multiple roof planes and varied slopes, and several large canopies
120,000 sf elementary school
160,000 sf masonry high school; performance based seismic design concepts with the goal of providing a post-earthquake refuge for the residences of Jackson
38,000 sf steel framed structure with exposed open web wood trussed and exterior structurally insulated panels
48,000 sf elementary school designed for acceptable performance under substantial seismic loads
91,000 sf steel framed addition and renovation of an existing structure featuring a large two-story clerestory commons/cafeteria, many varying roof heights and clerestory window penetrations in roof steps.
93,000 sf 3-story PK-8 school
10,000 sf timber building with large central room and whimsical roof forms on the corners of the building
75,000 sf composite steel and steel joist framed building consisting on 3-story classroom wings and 1 story gymnasium, cafeteria and library areas.
14,500 sf glulam, SIP, and ICF building consisting of 1-story and 2-story classroom wings and a central core containing a multi-purpose room and administrative offices. The project has Verified Leader CoCHPS certification.
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.
92,000 sf 3-story elementary school on a steeply sloping site
Additions to three buildings on an existing school campus. Approximate added areas include 10,000 sf to an elementary/middle school, 7,100 sf to the high school, and an activity building with a gymnasium and cafeteria that added about 25,000 sf.
45,000 sf building housing middle school, pre-school, nursery and office uses for DPS
14,000 sf K-8 school and community building with an emphasis of sustainability and energy efficiency. The structure is a combination of premanufactured wood trusses, wood stick framing, and structural steel. The separate gymnasium is 6,500 sf in size that is structured with glulam frame with SIP roof and wall framing.
20,000 sf steel framed addition and renovation of existing structure containing a gymnasium, locker room facilities, and classrooms
The final phase of the campus renovation including the remodel of the existing 9,500 sf of historic Administration Building and the addition of a 14,500 sf Cafeteria Building, and 11,000 sf Middle School Building, and 8,250 sf Gym/Rehearsal Hall.
79,000 sf 1-story K-8 facility with recreation center and library that is shared with the community
A new 20,000 sf K-8 school located in Carbondale Colorado. The building structure is wood stick framing with a concrete slab on grade lower floor.
76,000 sf 2-story composite steel and masonry building consisting of 2 classroom wings and a central core containing the cafeteria, library and gym
45,000 sf middle school addition to an existing high school - LEED Silver.
88,000 sf composite steel and steel joist framed building consisting of 2-story and 3-story classroom wings and 1-story gymnasium and cafeteria areas.
15,000 sf timber structure and a 10,000 sf more traditional high school structure