JHL Marks Several Project Milestones in Colorado

JHL Constructors (JHL) marked several project milestones and supported communities across Colorado including Commerce City, Grand County, Thornton and Aurora in September.

“Summer is never a dull day as a school builder, and this one was no different,” said Mario Cappella of JHL Constructors. “Our commitment to ‘Building Colorado’s Future’ is alive and well with another successful summer of delivering schools ON TIME to a variety of school districts across the state.”

Districts that JHL has worked with to provide facilities this year included 27J Schools, Jefferson County Public Schools, Aurora Public Schools, Douglas County School District, Cherry Creek Schools, as well as several charter schools, among others.

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Southlawn Elementary School marked the grand opening of a 66,800-square-foot staged prototype school. Designed by Hord Coplan Macht (HCM), the facility will accommodate around 400 students and will include classrooms, dedicated arts and music rooms and a gymnasium. Southlawn held a community event at the Commerce City school on September 16 to commemorate the milestone.

In Granby on September 14, city officials met with the East Grand School District and students and staff for a groundbreaking ceremony The new Career Center and CTE Extension of Middle Park High School. This project is a true community project and includes architects HCM, JHL and local Grand County facilities: Munn Architecture and Big Valley Construction. The renovation and expansion project will be completed in early 2024.

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On September 9th in the parish of Thornton, Pinnacle Charter School celebrated a ribbon cut for the new sports complex and field. This new field, visible from I-25 and 84th Avenue, is a true collaborative effort and included the City of Thornton, Anser Advisory and the Charter School. The field is part of an 11-acre purchase made in Spring 2020 that included the new synthetic athletic field, a 12,000 square foot field house and necessary site work. The project was designed by HCM.

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Finally, on September 8th, members of The Aurora Highlands Parish and Aurora Public Schools broke ground on the first of four elementary schools planned for the developing Aurora Public School District neighborhood. This new 105,000 square meter facility was also designed by HCM in collaboration with RB+B Architects. The school will serve students from preschool through eighth grade and will be completed in time for the 2023-2024 school year.

“Our operations team should be incredibly proud and very pleased with the work they’ve put together this summer,” added Cappella.

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