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LEED Gold high school gets high-performance aluminum windows

LEED Gold high school gets high-performance aluminum windows


August 11, 2010
This article first appeared in the 200908 issue of BD+C.

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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