Denver, CO (April 18, 2014) – SLATERPAULL Architects, a Denver-based architecture firm, announces the groundbreaking for a new, three-story, 39,000-square-foot general classroom building on Colorado State University’s Pueblo campus. The building will be the first anchor on a planned east-west paseo development identified in the campus master plan.
The first two floors of the new building will offer a variety of classrooms spaces, including two, 135-person, tiered lecture auditoriums; two, tiered 75-seat lecture classrooms; four, 50-seat classrooms; computer labs and student meeting spaces. The third floor will include faculty offices and the Resource Development Center. The team, including Paul Wember as owner’s representative and GH Phipps as construction manager/general contractor, is targeting LEED Gold certification for the new facility.
“We are grateful to be involved in the design for the new general classroom building at CSU Pueblo. It was the University’s goal to design a building that provided a first-class experience to all incoming freshman,” says Jennifer Cordes, AIA, LEED AP, principal, SLATERPAULL Architects. “We are confident that the new facility will help the University accommodate its goals and growth plans, while providing progressive and flexible learning and teaching environments for the students and faculty.”
About SLATERPAULL Architects
SLATERPAULL Architects is a Denver-based architecture practice celebrating over 40 years in business. A leader in the design of educational spaces, from PK-12 to higher education, SLATERPAULL Architects is dedicated to creating community-enhancing environments that reflect the firm’s commitment to ‘Design for a Sustainable Future.’ For more information, visit www.SLATERPAULL.com.