University of Colorado, Colorado Springs – Stanton Parking Garage & Recreational Field

Architectural design accomplishes multiple land planning goals

In 2012, Davis Partnership was selected by the University of Colorado–Colorado Springs as the recreation facility design team for an innovative project that will serve two purposes: a 1,227-car, four-story parking garage over a 240-foot by 360-foot artificial turf recreational field for flag football, soccer, and lacrosse. This project is located on a very challenging and strategic site at the intersection of Austin Bluffs Parkway and Stanton Road. The garage is recessed into the top of an arroyo to minimize its visibility, to preserve views from adjacent housing areas, and to maximize the connection between the recreation fields and the main campus pedestrian spine. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Higher Education
  • Recreation

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