Fort Collins Discovery Museum

About the Project

The Fort Collins Discovery Museum for the City of Fort Collins is a series of concentric arcs with a river theme that includes a richly colored serpentine walkway throughout the museum surrounded by native landscaping. The museum includes a natural areas program, an engines lab,an  amphitheater, various interactive activity rooms, group spaces, and an exterior courtyard that serves as the confluence of the science and history portions of the building.

Quick Facts

  • Location Fort Collins, CO
  • Client City of Fort Collins
  • Industry Government + Justice
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date September 2012
  • Duration 28 months
  • Contract Value $ 12,563,000
  • Sustainability Platinum
  • Square Footage 46,928 SF

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