Architect chosen for Northglenn High School bond renovation
Work to begin in Summer 2018
An architect has been selected for the $8.8 million bond renovation project scheduled to start in Summer 2018 at Northglenn High School.
Greenwood Village-based Eidos Architects will lead the design process for building improvements on the 52-year old school campus. The improvements are possible thanks to the Adams 12 Five Star Schools 2016 Bond Program.
These improvements are expected to occur in multiple phases over a two-year timeframe with the majority of the work occurring during Summer 2018 and during Summer 2019. Many of these planned improvements will focus on upgrades to the building structure, mechanical and electrical systems as well as safety and security and school grounds. There is also money set aside for improvements to the school’s cafeteria/kitchen, art, music and theater programs as well as numerous general building renovations.
A Design Advisory Group of Northglenn high school teachers, staff and parents has been formed to work with the design team to refine the scope of planned improvements. This group will meet periodically with architects as the different design phases of this project move ahead.
Eidos Architects is a full-service architectural firm with a wealth of experience and a team of professionals committed to excellence in design solutions and superior quality of service. They specialize in the design of 21st Century learning environments and recent projects include the development of Denver Public Schools’ Regis F. Groff High School Campus in Green Valley Ranch.