Golden Triangle Construction GTC recently broke ground on a new, one-story, 13,300-square-foot Administration and Customer Service Building for Castle Rock Water, located at 175 Kellogg Court. The building will include space for both offices and for public services such as metering, bill paying, and customer workshops. The project will also include renovation of the water department’s existing, 6,000-square-foot, two-story building on the same site.
Department personnel will continue to conduct business out of the site, therefore the project is being completed in phases to accommodate routine operations.
The architect for the project is HB&A Architecture and Planning. The site’s finished landscaping will feature multiple water quality ponds, as well as a unique boulder wall and xeric garden.
Phase 1 began with the relocation of two existing modular facilities, including electrical hookups, to elsewhere on the site, so the new construction can be completed seamlessly. After the new building is complete, staff from the 6,000-square-foot building and some from the modular buildings will move into the new building. At that point, GTC will begin renovation of the 6,000-square-foot, two-story building, which was originally built in 1999.
Once renovations are complete, the remaining staff will move out of the modular buildings. GTC will then remove the modular buildings from the property.
The Water Administration and Customer Service Building marks the third project GTC has performed in Castle Rock this year. The firm recently completed the core and shell for a new USPS retail building on South Wilcox Street in Castle Rock, and they are about to complete a 6-acre clubhouse and pool project in the town’s Montaine subdivision.
Rendering courtesy of HB&A