This project included a new 260,000 square foot structural masonry and steel high school. The school included a 23,500 square foot gymnasium with bleachers and a mezzanine section to accommodate the entire school population of 1,800, a 4,000 square foot wrestling/auxiliary gym, a 4,000 square foot fitness/weight room, and 9,500 square feet of locker/training rooms. The facility also included a career and technology center with a medical wing, green house wing, and an electrician/manufacturing wing. Site improvements included an artificial turf football field, a running track, two baseball/softball fields, a soccer field, a concession stand, two press boxes, and maintenance buildings.
“We have been very fortunate to have a long term partnership with JHL dating back nearly 25 years. With that experience, I can say that JHL really is the ‘A-Team’ when it comes to building educational facilities. The work they have done for the Colorado school market truly is unbelievable. From JHL’s founder, John Hachmeister, to the company I know today I can certainly recommend JHL Constructors as an excellent contractor and a great partner.”