Pre k-12

Featured Projects


The staff from Golden Triangle was very communicative and supportive of the NHS community and the daily business of providing instruction at the highest level. …They understand the value providing a top notch construction experience while allowing my school to focus on the job of educating students. I heartily recommend GTC for any additional construction jobs that may occur in our school district.
— - Dennis F. Daly, Principal, Niwot High School

Isabella Bird Community School

 

Location: Denver, Colorado

 

Description: A new 2-story 100,000 SF elementary school, including ball fields, playgrounds, performing arts center/theater. New site improvements and parking for staff and visitors.

 

ARCHITECTHUMPHRIES POLI ARCHTECTS

 

Banning lewis ranch academy

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Description: New 59,223 SF K-8 charter school that incorporated green features. Recipient of Colorado Construction Magazine's 2006 Gold Hard Hat Award..

 

ARCHITECT: HORD COPLAN MACHT

 
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DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Paul Sandoval Campus Commons Building

 

Location: Denver, Colorado

Description: Construction of a new 19,000 SF commons building located on an occupied 20.65 acre campus, immediately adjacent to the in use gymnasium.  The commons building consists of a cafeteria and theatre for an initial student population of 900.  The exterior of the building will be constructed with brick veneer and steel studs. 

 

ARCHITECT: LOA ARCHITECTS

 

Adams 12 stem launch school

 

Location: Thornton, Colorado

Description: Interior renovation of the existing 103,000 SF school including mechanical and electrical upgrades and interior finishes. Sitework includes 2 new parking lots and playground areas.

 

ARCHITECT:  HORD COPLAN MACHT

 

Community Leadership Academy

 

Location: Commerce City, Colorado

Description: New 2-story, 37,990 sf K-8 charter school and associated 4.02-acre site development including ball fields and parking. School features 22 classrooms, library, gymnasium, cafeteria, computer lab, science room and art studio. Structure built from concrete tilt panels.

 

ARCHITECT: GREY WOLF STUDIO

 

Boulder valley schools SUMMIT MIDDLE CHARTER SCHOOL

Location: Boulder, Colorado

Description:This middle school received a 21st Century Learning Design renovation and addition, totaling just under 39,000 square feet. Its scheduling presented a unique challenge, due to the fact that there was no available space to phase the renovation-portion of this project, while the students were in-session. To solve this dilemma, GTC began the 15,260sf addition in January. Then, as soon as school let out for the summer, we halted the addition and pushed all of our resources into expediting the 23,650sf renovation, which we completed by August 20, just in time for classes to resume. At that point we re-allocated our crews back to the addition. We achieved completion of the addition by October 28 – two months earlier than originally estimated.

 

ARCHITECT: CUNNINGHAM ARCHITECTS

 
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DPS CONSERVATORY GREEN ADDITION

Location: Denver, Colorado

Description: This project consisted of a 9,000SF, 2-story 8 classroom addition to an existing 114,000 sf school (ECE - 8th grade). High Tech Elementary School will contain early childhood education through fifth grades and Denver School of Science and Technology (DSST): Conservatory Green houses sixth through eighth grades. 

ARCHITECT: RB+B

 

 
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Mapelton school district - welby community school addition

Location: Denver, Colorado

Description: A 20,000 sf addition and 35,000 sf renovation to Welby Community School for the Mapleton Public School District. The existing building was constructed in the early 1960s. It is a midcentury modern building with a low sloping roof bearing on brick masonry walls. The building had undergone various remodels throughout the years. The addition is an estimated 21,650 sf and was constructed in phases to accommodate the school calendar. The entire rest of the existing school was renovated over the summer, including a new, upgraded play structure outdoors. The addition gives the PK-6 school a gym, a new entry and admin area, seven new classrooms, and a music room. The added classrooms support Additional Kindergarten and Special Education capacity. The addition also increases security and line-of-sight at the front entrance / administration areas, creates dedicated art and music classrooms, and separates the library from the cafeteria. The site work and renovation were completed first, and were ready for the students' return in Fall 2017. The second phase, consisting of the new addition, was completed by Spring 2018.

ARCHITECT: HUMPHRIES POLI