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LOA was the consultant to the Architerra Group for this project. 

Westminster Center Park, better known by its visitors as “Peter Pan Park,” was listed as one of the top 50 playgrounds in the country by the Early Childhood Education Zone. Placing 29th on the list, Westminster was the only city in Colorado to receive top honors for playgrounds.

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Tim Habben, Principal of LOA Architecture (the firm of record for the new Northfield High School) speaks about the project. Along with Scott Dangel of H+L, they delve into the research, design process, heart and thought that has made this revolutionary 21st Century Learning Campus a reality. 

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Reprinted from Coloroda Real Estate Journal

Work continues on Denver Public School’s Northfield High School at the Paul Sandoval Campus. This is the first high school that DPS has built in more than 30 years. The project is slated for completion in August. 

The Small Learning Community, which is a two-story classroom building, and the Gymnasium Building with a cafeteria are well under way. The exterior substrate (or sheathing) on the SLC building is 50 percent complete with the first brick course on the north side just starting. 

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LOA Architecture takes part in Denver Public Schools groundbreaking ceremony for the newest comprehensive high school campus in Northfield Stapleton.

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Reprinted from Colorado Real Estate Journal

Design is under way on the first high school campus to be built by Denver Public Schools in more than three decades.

LOA Architecture PC has started the design of a new campus in the Stapleton/Northfield neighborhood that at full build-out will serve 2,400 students.

The three-building college-type campus will sit on 20.65 acres at the southeast corner of 56th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard in Denver and is designed to foster student-teacher relationships in a 21st century environment.

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