Reprinted from Colorado Real Estate Journal
Design is under way on the first high school campus to be built by Denver Public Schools in more than three decades.
LOA Architecture PC has started the design of a new campus in the Stapleton/Northfield neighborhood that at full build-out will serve 2,400 students.
The three-building college-type campus will sit on 20.65 acres at the southeast corner of 56th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard in Denver and is designed to foster student-teacher relationships in a 21st century environment.Read More
Boulder, Colorado (November 11, 2013) – The campus-wide project to increase the operational efficiency of the University of Colorado’s Campus Utility Systems has achieved a major milestone.Read More
Boulder, Colo. — A highly visible campus-wide project is underway at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) that will help cement the university’s reputation as being a true leader in sustainability and an innovator in efforts to reduce carbon emission.Read More
LOA Architecture president Tim Habben was interviewed on camera in a video about the firm's Arvada West High School Phase II project. The video was produced for the A-Files program, and aired on The City of Arvada's KATV-8 civic television station.Read More
LOA Architecture's Arvada West High School Phase II project was featured in the August 2008 issue of McGraw-Hill's Mountain States Construction magazine.
Designed by LOA Architecture, the new facility replaces the original building and provides Arvada West with new auxiliary and main gymnasiums, locker rooms, auditorium, music rooms, administration offices, cafeteria/commons, kitchen, plus core classrooms for math, english, special education, arts, and wood technology.Read More