U.S. Olympic Committee Headquarters BuildingSubmitted by GE Johnson Construction Co.
Originally built in 1914, the historic Stratton Point building has housed a myriad of tenants over the past century. When the U.S. Olympic Committee chose this downtown Colorado Springs location for its future home, the four-story building had been vacant for years and used most recently for retail.
It needed to be completely stripped down to the original framework to allow for new construction and accommodate two additional floors—eventually transforming it into a state-of-the-art, six-story USOC headquarters building.
The Stratton Point Building was LEED-Silver-certified for core-and-shell and the headquarters is presently pursuing LEED Commercial Interiors Silver certification.
Owner: United States Olympic Committee
Contractor: GE Johnson Construction Co.
Architect: OZ Architecture
Engineers: Drexel Barrell & Co., Monroe & Newell Inc., ABS Consultants Inc.
Subcontractors: E Light Electric, El Paso Flooring, Mountain High Painting, MTech Mechanical Technologies, Olson Plumbing
Start: Oct. 2008 Finish: March 2010