State of Colorado, Centennial + Golden, Colorado
Master planning effort for 22 acres for the State of Colorado, DMVA, Existing Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ) Centennial Campus (15 Acres), the Existing Camp George West (CGW) Golden Campus (7 Acres) and additional future sites of 7 and 60+ Acres for long-term sustainability.
An evaluation through FUS (Facility Utilization Study), Manning Documentation (AR 405-70) and planning exercises to determine the needed growth attributes for a new JFHQ campus, or a Modified Existing JFHQ campus plus supporting facilities at Camp George West. The masterplan included the team surveying 9 facilities (existing buildings and leased support space in 4 different locations) in addition to consideration of other existing Guard assets and sites on the Front Range that could bring positive change to the overall working business that has the capacity and flexibility for future expansion and change.
The results of the Masterplans provided options for expanding existing sites, new siting for all components, and a hybrid option. A timeline of how parts and pieces could be executed while also considering high level cost for land acquisition, land development, building design and construction was provided in detail.
In addition the D2C Architects team was tasked with detailing out provisions for renovating the 3 existing buildings on the existing JFHQ campus and 4 buildings at the Camp George West location to comply with today’s AT/FP and LEED/Sustainability requirements.
Size: 22 Acres
“Eric is an outstanding architect. He is a well-rounded professional who demands excellent design while having a solid basis in construction documentation and observation. Eric’s rare balance of technical strengths and design sensitivities has resulted in several wonderful projects for the client I represent.”
– Bob Datson, Design and Project Management Branch Chief, Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
“Brian is a very knowledgeable, cost conscious, and detail oriented Architect. I have worked with him on several projects and have always been more than happy with his work.”
– Domenick Scarimbolo, Project Manager, Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs