City Center Complex
City of Greeley
$17,000,000 - Phase 1; Master planning and design to develop a new centralized administrative municipal complex for the City of Greeley. The design work for this project built upon the results of the Administrative Facilities Space Assessment work completed by alm2s in 2015.
The 2-phase development includes 103,900 square feet of new space to house all of the City’s administrative staff, currently spread out among five downtown buildings. Phase 1 includes new Municipal Court and Council Chambers facilities, as well as new open office space for the City’s IT and Water and Sewer Departments. Phase 2 will house the City Manager’s office, City Attorney’s office, Finance, Human Resources, Community Development, Public Works and Culture, Parks and Recreation, administrative space, and new community meeting rooms, built over one level of underground parking. The design process evaluated the retention and renovation of a 4-story, 28,400 sq. ft. city office building vs. all new construction.
alm2s teamed with AndersonMasonDale Architects for the design of the City Center, with alm2s serving as the Architect of Record. Professional services included site master planning and phasing analysis, site plan approval through the City of Greeley, as well as full architectural and engineering design services.