Broomfield Community Center Reconstruction Project

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The project team anticipates that construction will start with Phase 1 during the Community Center's scheduled annual maintenance, which is scheduled for August 27 - September 9. 
The new facility is anticipated to be complete in summer of 2020. 
NOTE:  Senior Services will reopen after the scheduled annual maintenance, and remain open during construction of the Community Center.  

The Site Development Plan (SDP) amendment is anticipated to be brought to the Planning & Zoning Commission on July 23rd. The SDP and an amendment to the CM/GC agreement with AP to add the construction scope with a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) are anticipated to be brought to Council for approval on August 28, 2018. The start of the first phase of construction is anticipated to be the beginning of September of this year.

At the May 29, 2018 Council Study Session, the project team presented the current design of the project which was 96,088 square feet and a total project cost of $47.2 million. Council agreed to move forward with Design Development phase for the fully programmed facility as presented. The start of the first phase of construction is anticipated to be the beginning of September of this year.

Davis is in the Design Development (DD) stage.

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The Site Development Plan (SDP) was presented to Council for Concept Review on April 3rd.  To view the SDP, click the "Current Design Floor Plans / Site Development Plan" tab below.

 Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) was awarded the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) agreement by Council on January 23, 2018, authorizing the contractor to begin the preconstruction services to include constructability reviews and cost estimating to keep the project within budget.
  1. Schedule & Timeline
  2. Background Info
  3. Current Design Floor Plan/Site Development Plan
  4. Senior Center
  5. Public Input


The delivery method for construction will be conducted in a “Fast Track” construction delivery method which allows construction documents to be released in phases so that construction can start earlier.  Following Council consideration of a construction agreement, the proposed construction phases would include Phase 1) Demolition/Sitework/Utilities, Phase 2) Foundations/Superstructure, Phase 3) Balance of the Building, and Phase 4) Demolition of Senior Center/Balance of Sitework.  Staff is working with the architect and the contractor's Pre-Construction team to get the design and sequencing to a point where a construction schedule can be finalized and a construction agreement can be brought to Council for consideration.   Currently, the project team anticipates that construction will start with Phase 1 (closure of the recreational wing) in late August 2018 (in conjunction with the annual maintenance closure) with the completion of the new facility anticipated the summer of 2020.

News & Updates Continued...

Informational Session
A public informational session on the reconstruction of the Broomfield Community Center was held Friday, November 17 at 10 a.m. at the Broomfield Community Center.  Thank you to everyone who attended!

A public meeting was held Wednesday, October 25 at the Broomfield Community Center.  
Click here to view the presentation from the public meeting.
Watch video of the meeting.

Please give us your comments by taking this Survey.

In August 2017, Council adopted Ordinance No. 2053 authorizing the issuance of Sales and Use Tax Revenue Bonds for the purpose of providing funds for the Broomfield Community Center Redevelopment Project (and also the Dillon Road/West 144th Avenue project).

BCC Project Location

On July 11, Council approved a consultant design award to Davis Partnership PC. In addition, Ballard King & Associates LTD, has been awarded an agreement by the City Manager for consulting services to facilitate the public process and development of features and programming to be included in the new facility design. Design investigation, research, and conceptual design is underway, and the public process is expected to start in late August.

The conceptual design involves the demolition of the north half of the facility to allow space on the site for a new facility to be constructed. This would allow the senior services wing of the building to remain open during the construction of a new 2 story Community Center; however, it would require that some programs move to the Paul Derda Recreation Center while others would be discontinued for approximately 18 to 24 months while the new facility is being constructed.