Renovation & Addition
In 1972, we designed the Arvada Municipal Complex, which housed administrative offices, council courtrooms and police facilities. Subsequently, we designed two renovations of the existing building and completed a space use study in 1984.
In 1989, a new master planning/programming study for an Arvada City Hall renovation and addition began. It included expansion of administrative offices, courtrooms, meeting rooms, police facilities and parking. Design and construction doubled the size of the existing building, totaling 100,000 s.f.
In addition, the city acquired an office building across the street from City Hall, for which additional municipal office space was slated. Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture developed the space plan and design for the 11,000-s.f. building.
In 2005, we worked with the city to update the master plan to incorporate additional space for city administration and the police department.