Adams City High School & Community Learning Center

Location: 
Commerce City, Colorado
Total Project Cost: 
$59.4 million
Size: 
293,000 SF
A&P Role: 
Design-Build

This innovative new high school was built to meet the needs of a diverse student population, accommodating up to 1,900 students in grades 9 to 12 and up to 750 students in grades 13 and 14.  In addition to traditional high school academics the school offers focused education in science and technology and fine arts, and training in a variety of technical careers, including culinary arts, manufacturing technology, construction trades, auto body and repair, and multi-media. Building Information Modeling (BIM) was an important project management tool from early coordination meetings through construction completion. The 3D BIM model was fully coordinated with the schedule, enabling the team to complete the project one month early. 

Awards: Gold Hard Hat, K-12 Project Award, Colorado Construction; Peak Design Award, Outstanding Design in New Construction, CEFPI Rocky Mountain Chapter; Special Gold Hard Hat Community Impact Award
 
“Adolfson & Peterson Construction has saved the district an enormous amount of time due to their expertise… Adolfson & Peterson Construction takes the initiative to trouble-shoot situations. I am always impressed with their commitment to find the best solution for our district.” – Alex Bucher, Facility Manager, Adams 14 School District