We’ve topped out the Limon K-12 school, a $22.5 million project that will bring two stories of new classrooms that accommodate up to 600 students in this bustling town on the Eastern Plains of Colorado.

Limon K-12 school tops out in February, 2015. Students will head to their new campus this fall.

Limon K-12 school tops out in February, 2015. Students will head to their new campus this fall.

“This project is a great addition to our education community and will provide the students with a learning atmosphere where they will thrive,” Limon Town Manager David Stone said. “Haselden is doing an outstanding job, and I have been immensely impressed with their professionalism.”
The building addition, designed by our design-build partner, klipp, a division of gkk works, adds 85,228 square feet and many site improvements to the campus. Among them are new classrooms, a library, a cafeteria and commons area and vibrant playgrounds.
Students will be attending their new school this fall.