Alamosa City Hall
The Alamosa City Hall is a 25,295 sf facility in downtown Alamosa, Colorado.
The first city hall in Colorado to be recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council for its energy efficiency, and quality of workspace and reduction of the environmental impacts, the Alamosa City Hall/Library, is a 25,295 square foot facility in downtown Alamosa which achieved a LEED Silver certification. Situated on a 3 1/2 acre site that has served as the City Hall/Library/Fire Station since 1959, the new facility is a welcome addition to the community.
The Alamosa City Hall project includes a new 26,000 square foot City Hall and Public Library Building and 18,000 square foot of renovation of an existing Police and Fire Station. The City Hall houses offices, a court room, jury/ conference rooms and city administration functions and a new state of the art library facility. The project team received a LEED Silver Certification for the City Hall/ Public Library Facility, which makes use of ground source geothermal system for its heating/ cooling, and includes abundant daylight and interior finishes that promote a healthy indoor environment.
- Land Planning
- Architectural Design
- Structural Engineering
- Landscape Design
- LEED consultation
- Construction Administration Services