New facilities at Colorado State University - Pueblo earn architectural recognition


New facilities at Colorado State University - Pueblo earn architectural recognition

PUEBLO – Two facilities constructed as part of the transformation on the Colorado State University-Pueblo have earned recognition by professional architects over the past few months. 

The new Student Housing Village project that was completed in its entirety this fall and includes Crestone, Culebra, and Greenhorn halls, is featured in an article,”A Mountain of Growth:
CSU-Pueblo’s new Residential Village prepares the campus for future growth,”
 in the August/September issue of Mountain States Construction magazine. The residence hall complex also has won a 2010 Hard Hat Award from the same magazine, and will be featured in the October, “Best of 2010 Hard Hat” award issue. To read the entire story, visit http://mountainstates.construction.com/features/2010/0901_AMountainofGrowth.asp

The Student Recreation Center, a 39,850-square-foot facility that opened in August of 2009, was selected to appear as an Outstanding Design in the 2010 American School & University Architectural Portfolio -- the premier showcase celebrating the best in education design. This year, the Architectural Portfolio jury selected 151 projects to be profiled in the November Architectural Portfolio issue of American School & University. CSU-Pueblo’s Student Recreation Center was one of 13 schools recognized in the Outstanding Designs: Sports Stadiums/Athletic Facilities category.


The complete list of award-winning facilities can be found below: 


Outstanding Designs: Sports Stadiums/Athletic Facilities

Tahlequah Public Schools, Multipurpose Center—Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Boynton Williams & Associates—Norman, OK

Old Dominion University, Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium and Parking Garage—Norfolk, Virginia
Clark Nexsen Architecture & Engineering—Norfolk, VA
Associated firm: Ellerbe Becket 

North Carolina State University, Carmichael Gymnasium Addition—Raleigh, North Carolina
Clark Patterson Lee—Charlotte, NC

Ridgewood High School, Gymnasium Addition—Norridge, Illinois
DLA Architects, Ltd. (Dahlquist & Lutzow Architects)—Hinsdale, IL

Monroe Middle School, Gymnasium/Multi-Purpose Building and Classrooms—Inglewood, California
Dougherty + Dougherty Architects, LLP—Costa Mesa, CA

Grosse Pointe South High School, John and Marlene Boll Athletic Center—Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
Ehresman Associates, Inc.—Troy, MI

George Mason University, Recreation Athletic Complex—Fairfax, Virginia
EwingCole—Philadelphia, PA

University of Kansas, Allen Fieldhouse and Athletic Complex Renovation—Lawrence, Kansas
Gould Evans—Lawrence, KS

Indiana State University, Student Recreation Center—Terre Haute, Indiana
Hastings+Chivetta Architects, Inc.—St. Louis, MO

Old Dominion University, Recreation Center—Norfolk, Virginia
Moseley Architects—Virginia Beach, VA
Associated firm: Hastings+Chivetta, Consulting Recreation Center Architects

Colorado State University--Pueblo, Student Recreation Center—Pueblo, Colorado
PageSoutherlandPage, Design Architect (formerly Christopher Carvell Architects)—Denver, CO
Associated firm: HGF Architects, Inc, Architect of Record

Owasso Public Schools, Owasso Wellness Center—Owasso, Oklahoma
The Stacy Group—Owasso, OK

University of Michigan, Al Glick Field House—Ann Arbor, Michigan
TMP Architecture, Inc.—Bloomfield Hills, MI

Colorado State University - Pueblo is a regional, comprehensive university emphasizing professional, career-oriented, and applied programs. Displaying excellence in teaching, celebrating diversity, and engaging in service and outreach, CSU-Pueblo is distinguished by access, opportunity, and the overall quality of services provided to its students.