Holistic Strategy for Active Learning Environments
Savvy institutions recognize the powerful role their physical environment plays in their marketing efforts and how it drives investment in their facilities. Studies have shown that campus appearance influenced the decision of prospective students between 62% and 80%.
Building DialogueAugust 5, 2019
Adolfson & Peterson tops out Brush Middle and High School project
Adolfson & Peterson recently topped out its Brush School District project. Located in rural Colorado, the school district received a Building Excellent Schools Today grant to address the health, safety, security and educational deficiencies in its current middle and high School.
Kris Oppermann SternJuly 29, 2019
Designing for students of life, regardless of age
When thinking about designing for education, architects and interior designers often reflect on the needs of students from K-12 to higher education. We think about what learning spaces look like for young children to young adults, including where they sit, how they interact with teachers and how they work with and learn from each other. We might envision an elementary school classroom or a college student union or residence hall.
CREJJuly 21, 2019
Ent Center for the Arts: Collision of Performing Arts, Community and Academia
Driving north out of Colorado Springs, the mountains have competition. The sleek glimmer of metal panels and eye-catching curves of the Ent Center nearly demand your attention. The building’s exterior is a showpiece, it too has competition – the interior.
Building DialogueMay 5, 2019
Saunders breaks ground on 132,000-sf DU residence hall
Saunders Construction and the University of Denver recently broke ground on the new first year residence hall, which will be named the Dimond Family Residential Village thanks to a $5 million gift from the Dimond Family Foundation.
Kris Oppermann SternApril 22, 2019
Haselden tops out projects on Colorado Mountain College Glenwood campus
Haselden Construction recently topped out two new buildings at Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley campus in Glenwood Springs. Haselden is building a 34,000-square-foot fitness center and the 16,000-sf Ascent Center, which will serve as the welcome center and entrance focal point for the campus.
Kris Oppermann SternApril 1, 2019
AP breaks ground on CU Boulder College of Music bldg. addition
Adolfson & Peterson recently broke ground on the University of Colorado Boulder College of Music building addition. The addition will mark a major step toward consolidating College of Music programming into one facility.
Kris Oppermann SternMarch 10, 2019
Designing a New Era of Experience-Based Learning at CSU
Millennials are out – centennials are in. With the new generation of students comes a breadth of new research and a need for refining the approach to higher learning. As true digital natives, centennials are using technology less as a consumer and more as a pragmatic tool for communication.
Building DialogueDecember 28, 2018
Dallas developer lands 2 acre-site in Parker
Douglas County Property Location: Northwest Corner Pardee Street & Hess Road, also fronts SWC Triple Crown Drive & Pardee Street, Parker Property Description: Vacant land Land Size: 89,867 sf Sales Price: $1.2M, or $13.35 psf Reception No: 2018046972 Closing Date: 8/3 Grantor: Rice Investment Properties LLC (Marvin A. Boyd, mgr.) Grantee: Brytar Parker CO TLE LP, Scott…
John WinslowSeptember 13, 2018
School district pays $8.25 million for repositioned industrial site
Cherry Creek School District picked up an 88,238-square-foot industrial property on 10.5 acres in Centennial for $8.25 million. The district bought the property at 14603 E. Fremont Ave. in Centennial from Bow River Capital Partners. Bow River repositioned and rezoned the site after buying it from Conmed, a medical technology manufacturer, in 2016. The rezoning…
Jill Jamieson-NicholsJanuary 14, 2018