Monson Hall demolition begins on CMC campus
June 27, 2011
CMC’s construction blog
Visit Colorado Mountain College’s blog updating the progress of the new administrative and classroom building on CMC's Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Springs — Construction crews have begun the demolition of Monson Hall on Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus in downtown Steamboat Springs.
The building is being razed to make room for a new 60,000-square-foot administrative and classroom building that will use geoexchange heating and cooling technology. Monson Hall is one of three 1960s-era buildings on the college’s campus that will be destroyed as part of the major construction project.
Completion of the $20 million facility is expected in July 2012, with occupation later that fall.
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