The Logan School for Creative Learning

Renovation

The Logan School for Creative Learning is a K-8 private school located in three buildings, which previously served as the military prison at the former Lowry Air Force Base.

The first floor of Building 773, a 52,000-s.f., two-story facility configured around an open courtyard, was renovated to become the new reception area, administrative suite of offices, art room, conference room and new classroom. Additional classrooms, overflow spaces, offices, restrooms, storage, and “living rooms” occupy the second floor. A new science classroom was created, and the second floor was made fully accessible with the addition of an elevator.

Building 777 accommodates a lunchroom, extended care facility and maintenance shop. No work was done on the third building, which houses the gymnasium. A fourth building on the property will be demolished and replaced by walks and landscaping that reflect the school’s environmental education values.

The school now accommodates 225 students.

Project at a Glance

Client

The Logan School for Creative Learning

Budget

Phases I and II: $3.5 Million

Completion

2006

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