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Addition at Southern Hills Middle School

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Construction is complete on a renovation and addition at Southern Hills Middle School in Boulder.

Southern Hills Middle School
Photo: MOA Architecture
Boulder Valley School District focused on increased sustainable elements, including daylighting, in the addition and renovation of Southern Hills Middle School, which included a larger instructional media center.
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The project, designed by MOA Architecture of Denver and built by Golden Triangle Construction, included 29,703 sq ft of new construction and 75,877 sq ft of renovations. The project provided the school with a new main gym, new band and orchestra classrooms, new science and special education classrooms, a larger instructional media center and larger, remodeled administrative and counseling offices.

The project, designed by MOA Architecture of Denver and built by Golden Triangle Construction, included 29,703 sq ft of new construction and 75,877 sq ft of renovations. The project provided the school with a new main gym, new band and orchestra classrooms, new science and special education classrooms, a larger instructional media center and larger, remodeled administrative and counseling offices.

Because Golden Triangle Construction and Boulder Valley School District focus on incorporating sustainable building elements, the project also included upgrades to building systems such as HVAC, irrigation and fire sprinklers, which will increase energy and water efficiency.

 

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