City of Greenwood Village Public Works Facility
Greenwood Village, Colorado
The City of Greenwood Village needed to improve the working conditions for its staff working out of the Public Works Facility. With plans to relocate the Parks Trails and Recreation staff to this facility, and a facility that had existing staff working in cramped basement offices, and having inadequate space for meeting and work areas, they needed a solution that would provide a safe, functional, and efficient workspace for existing and relocated staff. Additionally, the snow removal storage facility was corroding and located adjacent to the storm water drainage basin, which caused material to run off from the site into the basin.
A priority was given to moving the engineering staff out of windowless basement offices and provide working and meeting areas for their field crews for the Public Works Operations. To meet these goals, a multi-phased project was planned. The first step in the plan is to construct a new 11,000-square-foot fleet maintenance facility. The field staff will move into the space vacated by the Fleet Department. Next, a 6,500-square-foot addition to the administration building will be needed to accommodate the engineering staff.
The City also needed improvements to their snow removal storage facility to improve efficiency and better control material draining into the storm water basin. The Planning Team designed a 6,600-square-foot indoor storage facility relocated and sized to improve their snow removal operation.
• Multi-phase project work-around schedule to allow continuous operations during project.
• Innovative two-level snow removal storage facility operation to load material into trucks without spilling.
Services ProvidedPreliminary Design
Space Needs Program
Master Plan/Concept Design
Equipment Industrial Design