Our relationship with FRCC speaks to A&P’s goal of creating lasting relationships for 30, 40 and 50 years and we are honored to be part of such an amazing family
Westminster, CO (PRWEB) November 04, 2015
Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) recently celebrated the grand reopening of the South Classroom Building and Greenhouse at the Front Range Community College (FRCC) campus in Westminster, CO with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The South Classroom Building began its life as an early development teaching lab and daycare center when the school was constructed. When this program ended, the building was re-purposed for classroom space for the art and horticulture departments. The reimagined building adds five new classrooms to the campus.
The new state-of-the-art greenhouse is a steel-framed 2,905 square-foot greenhouse for the Horticulture and Landscape Construction students and Horticulture Business Management students.
FRCC President, Andy Dorsey, and FRCC Vice President, Therese Brown, both spoke at the ribbon cutting ceremony. Other attendees included Lydia Brokaw from the FRCC Art Department; Dan Bacheler and Ray Daugherty, both FRCC Horticulture Faculty Members; and Rob Wilberger, Associate with OZ Architecture.
Since 2012, A&P has completed 35,000 square feet of occupied renovations at FRCC’s Westminster campus. A&P has continuously partnered with FRCC on a series of projects at both their Westminster and Larimer campuses, and is scheduled to begin another phase of construction at the Westminster Campus in 2016.
“Our relationship with FRCC speaks to A&P’s goal of creating lasting relationships for 30, 40 and 50 years and we are honored to be part of such an amazing family,” said A&P Project Executive Tom Stone.