Vandenberg Hall, U.S. Air Force Academy

Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

Constructed in 1962, Vandenberg Hall needed a major overhaul after years of weather and natural wear and tear. Renovations included replacement of all curtain walls, operable windows, sliding and entrance doors, piping for heating systems, radiators, water pipes and electrical risers. The project was completed with minimal disruption to the cadets and resulted in a better performing building in terms of blast protection, thermal performance and durability in high-traffic areas.

ARCHITECT: Lantz-Boggio Architects, P.C., Englewood, Colorado
GLAZING CONTRACTORS: RGI/EPG Joint Venture, Ryan Glass, Inc., and El Paso Glass, Colorado Springs, CO
PANEL SUPPLIER: Elward Systems Corporation, Lakewood, CO

Photography: ©CJBerg

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