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Aspen Institute Boettcher Building


Renovation of the Boettcher Building, 7,500sf predominately CMU constructed with wood and steel framed roofs.


Aspen Musical Festival Tent


37,500 sf Legacy facility, creating a permanent venue for the Aspen Music Festival, containing the main tent canopy, a stage canopy, back house facilities and an underground link to the existing Harris Concert Hall.


Basalt Outdoor Theater


800 sf outdoor theater constructed of wood framing and steel bar joists at the roof.


Breckenridge Riverwalk


11,000 sf replacement of fabric tent with a permanent shell structure with seating for 780


Bucksbaum Campus


105,000 sf redevelopment of the 22-acre Castle Creek Campus.  The campus is used by the Aspen Music Festival and School in the summer and the Aspen County Day School in the winter.  The multi-phased, fast track project includes new construction of two new bridges, practice rooms, teaching studios, three rehearsal spaces, classrooms, science lab and gymnasium and upgrades to an existing bridge.


Colorado Mountain College


35,000 sf steel and exposed glulam building housing classrooms and studio space for visual arts and dance.


Icicle Creek Performance Center


7,000 sf addition to existing performing arts center, featuring exposed heavy timbers and extensive glazing in a high seismic region.


Jackson Center for the Arts


160,000 sf performing arts complex with auditorium, art and dance studios, administration space, residential units and structured parking.


Jefferson County Civic Center


39,000 sf Performing arts and convention center with a 522 seat theatre and 13,000 sf of conference/convention space.


Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts


39,000 sf performing arts and convention center with a 522 seat theater and 13,000 sf of conference/convention space


Strings in the Mountains


8,000 sf, one-story permanent concert venue.


Swallow Hill Music


Demolition and rebuild of a portion of the first floor space to improve accessibility and provide a central lobby area. 


University of New Mexico Film School


22,000 sf 3 story steel framed building featuring theater space and a sky bridge to an adjacent building





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