Mammoth Heights Elementary | Parker CO
Mammoth Heights Elementary in Parker Colorado is the first of a prototype series.
The 73,146 SF school is located on 10 acres in the City of Parker, Stonegate subdivision. This two-story school utilizes high performance design.
The construction consists of block veneer, steel frame and a structural floor on spread footings. The mechanical equipment is located below grade under the structural floor. The school will have a 680 student capacity.
Foundation & Structure:
Footing and stem walls. Masonry bearing at the gymnasium; post and beam at the classroom two- story area.
Fifteen acres of the site consist of a multi-use grass field, 3 playground areas, two asphalt parking areas and an asphalt bus loop.
Carpet and VCT.
Fully adhered EPDM.
Gypsum board with paint and wall fabric finish.
Colored masonry CMU veneer.
9500 Stonegate Parkway, Parker CO 80134
Douglas County School District
Annette Ernst (303) 387-0395
Joint Venture with RB+B and Hutton Ford Architects
RB+B: Corky Bradley (970) 484-0117
HFA: Mark Broyles (303) 861-1600
W.O. Danielson Personnel
Tim Dillavou, PM
Leroy Rivale, Superintendent
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