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Municipal Projects

Municipal buildings are the one-stop shops of government activity and the civic face of local government. Flexibility, security, technology integration and accessibility are some of our biggest priorities when designing municipal architecture.
Arvada Police Community Stations
Arvada Police Community Stations

Prototype and subsequent full design of the first two Arvada Police Community Stations, serving the northeast and western sectors.

Lakewood Commons
Lakewood Commons

Municipal campus that combines civic administration, cultural, outdoor festival and retail uses in a lively new downtown setting.

Arapahoe County Municipal Projects
Arapahoe County Municipal Projects

Fifteen years of planning and construction projects, including studies, programming, tenant improvements and new construction.

Photo of Greenwood Village City Hall
Greenwood Village City Hall

Renovation and 17,500-s.f. addition to a 1970s city hall building, designed to improve departmental efficiency and create a renewed civic identity.

Boulder Transportation Center
Boulder Transportation Center

Facelift and expansion of an existing downtown parking facility to include an RTD bus terminal and accommodate 300 vehicles.

Rifle City Hall
Rifle City Hall

Study that found significant benefits in locating the LEED® Gold certified Rifle Branch Library and to-be-constructed City Hall in a shared building.

Fossil Trace Golf Maintenance Building
Fossil Trace Golf Maintenance Building

Golf course maintenance facility accommodating a variety of storage- and maintenance-related activities.

Hillsboro Park Maintenance Facility
Hillsboro Park Maintenance Facility

Parks maintenance facility complete with staff offices, locker rooms, break rooms, vehicle maintenance bays, storage, and parking for 60 vehicles.

Arvada City Hall Expansion
Arvada City Hall

Series of studies and expansions to house additional administrative offices, courtrooms, meeting rooms, police facilities and parking.

We create inviting, comfortable spaces that part from the traditional stuffy, impersonal mazes of bureaucracy. Easy public access, centralization of services, flexible gathering spaces and strong civic identity are critical to our municipal projects.