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St. Stephen's Catholic Church
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Glenwood Springs, CO

22,000 SF facility with two major levels and two intermediate sub-levels housing a parish center including gymnasium and multipurpose/kitchen facilities, offices, nave for 750 occupants, loft, and bell tower and elevator. The structure consisted of drilled caissons, parish level precast wall panels, nave level precast double tees, nave level architectural precast wall panels, with colored stone texture, and pre-engineered metal building frame bents and purlins. This structural system provides a traditional church appearance with the benefit of cost effectiveness and ease of construction.

  • Owner: Archdiocese of Denver
  • Architect: C. F. Brenner, Inc., Glenwood Springs, CO
  • General Contractor: Haselden Construction, Inc.
  • Precaster: Rocky Mountain Prestress
  • Metal Building Manufacturer: Rigid Building Systems

Le Centre Chretien de Formation des Fille
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Girls' Christian School in Korhogo, Africa

Campus for a girls’ school in Korhogo, Côte d'Ivoire that includes a chapel building, administration and faculty office building, a couple of dormitories and classrooms building.  The construction methods and availability of materials in this developing nation changed many of our normal design parameters.  All of the buildings have been designed to take advantage of natural ventilation.

  • Client: Centre Chretien de Formation des Fille and World Venture
  • Civil Engineer: Boundaries Unlimited
  • Mechanical/Electrical Consultant: Bighorn Consulting Engineers
Cactus Valley Elementary School
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New Castle, CO
Sloped steel roof joists, structural steel, load bearing masonry, composite steel and concrete slab floor system, braced frames for lateral, steel curtain wall, cast-in-place concrete grade beams, and screw piles make up the structural system.  Covering 61,000 SF in two levels, this pre-K-4 facility contains classrooms, a gymnasium, stage/music room, full commercial kitchen, multi-purpose areas, and administrative offices.
  • Owner: Garfield RE-2 School District
  • Construction Manager: Facility Innovation Services
  • General Contractor: Haselden Construction Co.
  • Screw Piles: Alpine Site Systems
  • Structural Steel: Myers and Company
Colorado Mountain College
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Blake Center, GWS, CO

35,000 s.f. Renovation. The renovation and redesign of the structure consisted of new site retaining structural wall for daycare facility and for various egress stairs. Structural analysis of existing conditions over the roof of the daycare facility and general purpose areas for lateral loads due to previous modifications by others. Specified retrofit requirements for roof diaphragm and shear walls.

  • Owner: Colorado Mountain College
  • Architect: C. F. Brenner, Inc., Glenwood Springs, CO

L.A. Prayer Mountain
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Multi-Purpose Building
L. A. Prayer Mountain Compound, Frazier Park, CA

The compound includes a new 2,000 SF multi-purpose building and several small cabins to house visiting parishioners. 

  • Architect: Anderson Kulwiec Architects

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