LEED Gold high school gets high-performance aluminum windows

Valor Christian High School is the first private school in Colorado to earn Gold certification through the USGBC's LEED rating system. Wausau Window and Wall Systems provided high-performance windows manufactured with recycled aluminum for the campus's academic building. The $55 million, 35-acre campus in Highlands Ranch includes a 130,000-sf academic building, an athletic complex, and a football and track stadium, for a maximum 1,200 students. Wausau's 3250 Series Heritage windows are part of an advanced lighting/daylighting control system specified by SlaterPaull Architects of Denver, the design architect. Saunders Construction of Englewood, Colo., served as GC.



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