Union Colony Preparatory School

2000 Clubhouse Drive, Greeley, CO

Roche helped Union Colony Preparatory School reconfigure their secondary campus, which is home to the middle and high school students.

 

Education

Project Description

The original campus consisted of two buildings connected by an addition and a gymnasium/locker room building. Roche constructed a new 40,120-square-foot, two-story building on Union Colony’s playing field and demolished the existing 32,500-square-foot school. The only remaining portion of Union Colony’s original campus is the gymnasium/locker room building.

The new building is built on a load-bearing spread footing foundation system with a steel frame/braced joist building frame system. It houses a commons area with a warming kitchen, three science labs, two art rooms, band room, vocal music room, 17 classrooms, teacher work rooms, and administrative offices.

The sitework scope of work included overlot grading, utilities, parking lot paving, site lighting, landscaping, and storm water system.

Location

2000 Clubhouse Drive, Greeley, CO

Square Footage

40,120

Site Area

3 Acres

Method

Design-Build Stipulated Sum

Owner

Union Colony Schools

Architect

Robert Shreve Architects & Planners

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