Sandstone Ranch Community Park – Phases 1, 2 and 3
City of Longmont
$3,631,000; Sandstone Ranch is a multi-phased, $15 million development for a new 80-acre community park, part of a 313-acre ranch acquired as a park site and natural area. Phase 1 structures included new ballfield concessions/restroom buildings, and ballfield seating, dugout and scorer’s box structures. Phase 2 facilities included additional playfield concessions/restroom buildings, park shelters, park restrooms buildings, storage/maintenance buildings and renovation of the 1910 sandstone manor house and the original barn, ice house, pump house and silo. Phase 3 structures include new group shelter/restroom buildings and park shelters for the playground/skate park area of the park.
The new park structures are designed to complement the formal planning used in the ballfield and soccer field layouts, with forms that are reminiscent of the historic agricultural nature of the site.
alm2s worked as a consultant to Winston Associates on this project and provided full architectural subconsulting services.