Colorado Christian University

Leprino Hall

Leprino Hall was the first new building in Colorado Christian University’s 2012 master plan for campus improvements. The three-story building features classrooms, offices, and a large multipurpose room.

Location:
Lakewood, Colorado
Owner:
Colorado Christian University
Architect:
Davis Partnership Architects

43,000

Total Square Feet

Twenty-first Century Learning

The Big Picture

As the first phase of the Colorado Christian University campus master plan, Leprino Hall provides the school with a large, versatile new academic building. It features collaborative spaces and a multipurpose room capable of hosting 200 students, which can be partitioned as necessary. In addition to offices, it also has six classrooms that can accommodate 60 students each, and another four that provide learning spaces for 40 each.

Ingenuity in Action

Integrating input from craft workers into the critical path method and utilizing Lean principles ensured the building was completed on time and ready for faculty and students at the beginning of the fall semester.

220
Stalls in the adjacent surface lot for students and faculty
720
Total capacity for learners, meeting participants, and collaborative study participants
The little details
  • The steel used in the construction of Leprino Hall weighs more than the Statue of Liberty.
  • Nearly 3,000 plants and trees were used to landscape the hall.
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