Rocky Mountain High School, FORT COLLINS, CO
HVAC, Plumbing & Life Safety Systems Retrofit
TRAUTMAN & SHREVE MECHANICAL SERVICES VALUE DELIVERED
A more comfortable and productive educational environment; new learning opportunities; increased facility usage potential.
CLIENT MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION OBJECTIVES
To upgrade and expand one of its high schools by bringing three previous buildings under one roof in addition to commercial HVAC, plumbing and life safety systems retrofit.
MECHANICAL & HVAC RETROFIT SOLUTIONS
Trautman & Shreve helped this client achieve its objectives by providing extensive construction, mechanical systems and life safety systems expertise, while upgrading existing heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing and fire protection systems. The company also helped add a new science wing, including two laboratories equipped with fume hoods, and nine individual classrooms, all supplied with laboratory compressed air, vacuum and natural gas turrets. In addition, the company installed new acid waste neutralizer and air conditioning systems. They will accommodate potential year-around use of the facility, while enabling recertification of the building's fire protection system. By safely isolating students and faculty, Trautman & Shreve performed much of the scope of work for this mechanical construction project while school was in session.
POUDRE VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITY BACKGROUND
Poudre School District is nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and along-side the banks of the Cache La Poudre River in the city of Fort Collins, CO. A two-time gold medal award winner for outstanding student test scores and graduation rates, the district serves Fort Collins and northern Larimer County, Colorado. It has 45 schools and 22,500 students. Rocky Mountain is one of the district's six public high schools.