Denver, CO (February 11, 2015) – SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht announces that the firm was selected to design the campus master plan for Dawson School (Dawson) , a K-12 independent day school in Lafayette, Colorado.

The campus master plan will be designed by Denver-based SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht  to assist Dawson in assessing current infrastructure and facilities, and to plan for a thoughtful and mission-appropriate facilities expansion. During the master planning phase, SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht  will engage the community, parents, students and staff to evaluate the current facilities and plan for a 21st century learning environment that meets the school’s future needs and supports its strategic plan.

“We look forward to partnering with Dawson on the master plan to design a forward-thinking, sustainable campus that will integrate the current facilities and meet the ongoing needs of the students, faculty, and community,” says Adele Willson, principal, SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht.

George P. Moore, head of school for Dawson, adds, “After an extensive search, we determined SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht  was an ideal choice to partner with Dawson in exploring this next stage of our development. Their demonstrated experience in contemporary educational spaces, combined with their thoughtful approach to incorporating both our school’s history and its vision for the future, made them a perfect fit.”

Dawson’s 107-acre campus currently serves roughly 500 students. The school provides challenging college-preparatory academics, individual attention, exceptional faculty, robust athletics and arts programs, and renowned outdoor and experiential education.

About SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht

SLATERPAULL | Hord Coplan Macht  is a full service architecture firm with offices in Denver, Baltimore, and Alexandria, VA. Their services include: landscape architecture, planning, architecture, and interior design. The firm specializes in education environments, healthcare, multifamily and mixed use projects as well as historic preservation.  For more information, visit