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Anderson Hallas Architects

Anderson Hallas takes a balanced approach to providing creative, contemporary building design and adaptive reuse solutions for public sector clients. The firm provides cutting edge technologies while maintaining a personal touch; diverse project capabilities with a broad range of architectural services; and exceptional creativity in problem solving.

ADDRESS: 715 14th Street, Golden, CO
PHONE: (303) 278-4378
WEBSITE: http://www.andarch.com

TYPES OF WORK: Adaptive Reuse / Historical Preservation, Civic/Cultural, Design Build, Education, Hospitality, Remodeling/Renovation, Sustainability

PRODUCTS/SERVICES: Service Provider

AREA: Denver Metro
FIRM SIZE: Medium (11-30)
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1990
NUMBER OF LICENSED ARCHITECTS: 9
FIRM PRINCIPALS/CONTACT: Elizabeth Hallas, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; Nan Anderson, FAIA, LEED AP; Dave Anderson, AIA, LEED AP; Wells Squier, AIA, LEED AP

 

Anderson Hallas Architects Projects

Colorado State Capitol House and Senate Chambers Rehabilitation

Colorado State Capitol House and Senate Chambers Rehabilitation

In 2013 a need to repair radiators throughout the Capitol building, and improve lighting and acoustics in the House and Senate Chambers led to the restoration of hand-stenciled original plaster walls, ornate tin skylights, stained glass and chandeliers in both chambers. These treasures were covered with acoustical tiles in 1954.

South Adams County Water and Sanitation District Administrative Headquarters

South Adams County Water and Sanitation District Administrative Headquarters

A new, 13,000 sf administration building constructed on the site of the District’s previous facilities. The design approach is contextually appropriate and maximizes the use of sustainable practices, including a high-performance envelope that is 25% more efficient than code requirements, extensive natural daylighting and strategic massing and siting.

Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center

Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center

The Town of Breckenridge and Summit County Library District partnered to adaptively reuse a former 1909 red brick schoolhouse as a community center/library. The design team sensitively balanced the preservation needs of this century old building with the sustainable goals that the 9,600’ elevation location required.

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