W.O. Danielson Projects
Fire Station Projects
An addition and renovation project, this involved demolition of existing living and community area with an addition to the apparatus bay, and new living and community areas.
Renovations and additions were completed to existing Fire Station 162 in Larkspur Colorado. Additions were completed to the living area; revisions to the building exterior, mechanical and electrical.
The Church of LDS Daniels Park Stake is a new Heritage model building. Structure includes drilled piers, grade beams, structural steel SOD, and LVL structural framing
A new 26,000, SF Legacy model Stake building. The project includes a worship center with meeting rooms, multi-purpose/gym and administration facilities.
A new 17,000 SF Heritage model Ward building, built on the same site as Westridge Stake. The project includes a chapel, multi-purpose/gym, classrooms and administration facilities.
Arapahoe High School is located on 25 acres of Founders Village. Sod softball field with complete chain link fence enclosure, Breeze running track, sod football field, sod soccer field, and a tennis court with a chain link fence enclosure.
An approximately 16,000 SF addition to the existing structure. New fire sprinkler and new fire alarm throughout the existing building, ADA upgrades for interior and exterior of building, and renovations for building security.
A district-wide stadium complex, located in the Parker area near Newlin Meadows. The 5,500 seat stadium has an artificial field for football, soccer, and lacrosse, home and visitor stands, and locker rooms.
A 73,146 SF school located on 10 acres in Parker CO, Stonegate subdivision. This two-story school utilizes high performance design, including block veneer, steel frame and a structural floor on spread footings.
A 132,414 SF middle school located on 22 acres in the Founders Village subdivision of Castle Rock. The school is two-story block veneer with steel frame structure and has a structural floor on drilled piers.
The existing high school received a 28,000 SF F-Pod addition, including general classrooms as well as two additional science classrooms. Student parking was realigned to improve drop-off and pick-up safety and flow.
This was a multi-phase project in 3 phases. Phase 1 included addition of a new 2-story office building, new truck parking bay, removal of the existing south parking lot, and construction, preparation and paving of a new parking lot, and much more.