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Rifle Parks Maintenance Facility
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Rifle, CO
Rifle Parks Maintenance Facility is a 13,485 SF building in two levels, composed of two parts.  The administrative use area is 6,200 SF and a parks operations maintenance use area is 7,285 SF.  The building includes space for shop, offices, storage, conference, training, and lockers.
  • Owner: City of Rifle Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Architect: DPA Architectural Group
  • Screw Piles: Alpine Site Systems
Gilpin County Rec Center
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Central City, CO

A 45,000 SF facility, it houses an Olympic swimming pool, large recreational pool and slide, gymnasium, suspended running track, exercise areas, craft areas, administrative offices, and multi-purpose areas.

  • Owner: Gilpin County, CO 
  • Architect: Sopris Architecture
  • Pre-cast: Stresscon Corporation
  • Structural Steel: Boulder Steel
The Hively Block
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Salida, CO

Renovation of Historical Unreinforced Masonry Building (URM).  Built in 1890 known as The Hively Block, this building was remodeled and renovated to accommodate a new residence on the upper floor with changed floor plans and load bearing configuration.  The exterior was also remodeled to its original historical character.

  • Owner: The Hively Block, LLC http://www.hivelyblock.com/
  • Cronenwett Architects, Salida, CO (Now retired and living in Wichita, KS)
  • General Contractor: Bird Cconstruction and Gunnisson Enterprises
Gilpin County Exhibit Hall
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Central City, CO

A 10,000 SF barn and livestock exhibition hall, which also houses offices and other facilities. The offices are housed in a two level area at the front with one level below grade. The exterior walls and siding are conventional carpentry which we efficiently integrated with the metal building bents and roofing. GSC also carried out the timber and foundation design.

  • Owner: Gilpin County, CO 
  • Architect: Sopris Architecture
New Inventory Warehouse and Vehicle Storage
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Holy Cross Electric
Holy Cross Energy Campus, Glenwood Springs, CO 

The campus includes a new 15,750 SF building for vehicle storage and an inventory warehouse, a new small building to house the site raw water and fire suppression equipment, renovations to the existing electrical operations building and on-site caretaker house.

  • Owner: Holy Cross Electric
  • Architect: DPA Architectural Group
  • General Contractor: FCI
Eagle County Road and Bridge
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El Jebel, CO

Maintenance building and garage with six bays to accommodate up to twelve vehicles for storing and servicing the county road maintenance vehicles. This building also houses administrative offices for Eagle County Road Department in El Jebel, Colorado.

  • Owner: Eagle County
  • Architect: Sopris Architecture
  • Contractor: Gateway Construction Corp.
Holy Cross Energy Administration Bldg
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Glenwood Springs, CO
Holy Cross Energy Administration Building Addition, Glenwood Springs, CO

This 24,000 SF, three story addition doubled the size of the existing administration office building and will serve as an iconic architectural landmark in the Roaring Fork Valley.  The floors are framed with composite steel beams and the roof is framed with structural steel. The basement level is slab on grade. The foundation is supported on rammed aggregate piers.

  • Architect: DPA Architectural Group P.C.
  • General Contractor: Haselden Construction
  • Ground Improvement Piers: Geopier Foundation Company
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