Colorado School of Mines McNeil Hall and Parking Garage

Location: Golden, CO
Size: 23,800 SF
Civil Engineering

Project Description

The Colorado School of Mines McNeil Hall and Parking Garage, situated at the intersection of West Campus Road and Maple Street in Golden, CO, is an impressive project encompassing a 23,800 square foot classroom and police building, along with a 750-stall above-grade parking garage. The site’s notable grade changes necessitated the construction of 40-feet tall soil-nailed retaining walls, while the parking structure features at-grade entry on both the 4th level and ground level. With approximately 43,000 cubic yards of earthwork exported and placed at the future Infinity Circle Recreation Field Site, the project successfully tackled the challenge of accommodating significant terrain alterations. McNeil Hall serves as the hub for the Engineering, Design & Society Department, providing modern classrooms equipped with multiple display screens and writable walls to foster collaboration. The LEED Gold-certified facility incorporates sustainable design elements such as raingardens, low-flow plumbing fixtures, a solar photovoltaic array, and energy-efficient lighting, effectively minimizing its environmental impact. Moreover, demonstrating a commitment to community involvement and accessibility, the parking garage includes publicly accessible EV charging spaces for electric vehicles.

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