Programming, community-based design process and development of bridging documents for a 50,000 SF multi- purpose building including: city hall, council chambers, municipal offices, police department, library, gymnasium, fitness center and public meeting rooms all connected by an atrium museum / gathering space, that can also act as a public museum and historical display.
Size: 58,000 SF
Collaboration Partner: NV5
Highlighted in Colorado Construction and Design, Summer 2017
“During our planning process I learned that this team of architects were willing to respond to my questions at all hours of the day and night including weekends. It was my experience with D2C Architects Team that they were exceptionally responsive to our suggestions and quick to come up with solutions. In short, as a longtime government official I can say that I was very pleased with the professionalism and customer oriented services that the D2C Team of Architects provided and would be happy to be used as a future reference in their architectural endeavors.”
– John Mackey, Chief of Police, Edgewater Police Department