Broomfield is getting a NEW Community Center!

A full reconstruction of the Broomfield Community Center began in September 2018.
The new facility is anticipated to open Summer 2020.

With such deep roots in the community, your input, feedback, thoughts and feelings about this project are paramount! Take a moment to share your fond memories, what you're excited about with a new facility and ask your questions using the tools below.


Use the Sign Up to Speak Up button on the right for monthly email updates and check out the project timeline and prior community feedback below that. Thank you for joining us on this exciting journey towards a newer, better community center!


Tell us what you think below! (You will need to sign up for a Broomfield Voice account)

A full reconstruction of the Broomfield Community Center began in September 2018.
The new facility is anticipated to open Summer 2020.

With such deep roots in the community, your input, feedback, thoughts and feelings about this project are paramount! Take a moment to share your fond memories, what you're excited about with a new facility and ask your questions using the tools below.


Use the Sign Up to Speak Up button on the right for monthly email updates and check out the project timeline and prior community feedback below that. Thank you for joining us on this exciting journey towards a newer, better community center!


Tell us what you think below! (You will need to sign up for a Broomfield Voice account)

  • Check out the progress of the new BCC!

    5 months ago


  • Parking Lot Closure - Effective Sept. 9, 2019 - Spring 2020

    6 months ago

    The Broomfield Community Center and Senior Services parking lot will be closed effective Sept. 9, 2019 through Spring 2020 as a part of the upgrades currently taking place at the Broomfield Community Center. Patrons are able to park in the Broomfield Bay parking lot and use the short ADA pedestrian walkways from the northeast corner of the lot to access the Broomfield Senior Center. Those requiring door-to-door transportation may enter a temporary drop-off area via the northeast corner of the Bay parking lot.

    View parking map.

    The Broomfield Community Center and Senior Services parking lot will be closed effective Sept. 9, 2019 through Spring 2020 as a part of the upgrades currently taking place at the Broomfield Community Center. Patrons are able to park in the Broomfield Bay parking lot and use the short ADA pedestrian walkways from the northeast corner of the lot to access the Broomfield Senior Center. Those requiring door-to-door transportation may enter a temporary drop-off area via the northeast corner of the Bay parking lot.

    View parking map.

  • News & Updates

    over 1 year ago
    Bcc jan 2020

    January 2020 Update:

    Site Work: In December, the overlot excavation and export was completed, 90% of the water line was installed, and 85% of the site curb and gutter was installed. In addition, the Xcel gas line had to be lowered due to the existing shallow depth, which was completed along with the gas service lateral to the new building. Weather in December was moderate; however, cold temperatures and the closing of asphalt plants in mid-December has delayed the asphalt paving until mid-February. In January, provided favorable weather, the remaining curb and gutter, sidewalks, and irrigation sleeving will be complete in anticipation of the first lift of asphalt to be placed in mid-February.

    Recreational Side: In December, the perimeter underground piping of the cold pool was completed and the backfill was placed to install deck drains. The warm pool, therapy pool, and spa walls were completed and perimeter underground piping has started. The wall framing, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) rough-in was completed and ceiling framing is 80 % complete. In addition, the exterior windows above the cold pool have been installed and the basketball hoops and volleyball net suspended frames are 50% complete. For January, the warm pool, therapy pool, and spa perimeter underground plumbing will continue along with building systems equipment installation.

    Community Side: In December, exterior insulation is 90% complete, roofing is 90% complete, and masonry veneer is 35% complete. For the interior, the first floor framing was completed, MEP rough-ins are approximately 90% complete, and drywall work was started. On the 2nd floor, partition framing are 60% complete, and MEP rough-ins are approximately 40% complete. In January, the anticipated work on the exterior includes the completion of the exterior insulation, completion of the roofing, and continuation of masonry veneer work. In the interior, the anticipated work includes the completion of 1st floor MEP rough-ins, continuation of the drywall finishing, and start framing for ceilings. On the second floor, the partition walls framing, and MEP rough-ins will be complete, and drywall will begin.

    The completion schedule for the new facility anticipates opening in phases with the south half of the facility, including administration offices, meeting rooms and Senior Services, opening in June of 2020 and the remaining facility, demolition of the existing Senior Center, and the remaining site work completing at the end of summer 2020.

    BACKGROUND:

    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. Davis has completed the Schematic Design (SD) design stage and is moving into the Design Development (DD) stage. The Concept Review for the Site Development Plan amendment was approved by Council at the April 3, 2018 Council Study Session with several comments. 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 Site Development Plan (SDP) amendment was brought to the Planning & Zoning Commission on August 13th. The SDP amendment and an amendment to the CM/GC agreement with AP to add the construction scope with a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) was brought to Council and approved on August 28, 2018. The start of the first phase of construction is anticipated to be the beginning of September.

    On July 11, 2017, Council approved a consultant design award to Davis Partnership PC Architects (Davis). Design investigation, research, and public input process have been completed. With the guidance provided by the Stakeholder Committee (composed of representatives from PRAC, HHSAC, and the Senior Resource Board) and the numerous public comments received, Council authorized Staff to proceed with design based upon the 2-story conceptual design at the December 12, 2017, Council Study Session.

    On May 23, 2017, Council authorized staff to pursue debt financing for a new Community Center. The project will construct a new two-story facility and will be phased such that the north wing of the facility (recreational area) will be demolished to allow space on the site for the new facility to be constructed, and allow the south wing (senior services area) of the building to remain open during construction. This phased method will require that some programs move to the Paul Derda Recreation Center while others would be suspended while the new facility is being constructed.

    At the end of August 2018, Staff and Citizens participated in "BCC Demo Day 2018" to say THANK YOU and GOODBYE to our beloved BCC.

    January 2020 Update:

    Site Work: In December, the overlot excavation and export was completed, 90% of the water line was installed, and 85% of the site curb and gutter was installed. In addition, the Xcel gas line had to be lowered due to the existing shallow depth, which was completed along with the gas service lateral to the new building. Weather in December was moderate; however, cold temperatures and the closing of asphalt plants in mid-December has delayed the asphalt paving until mid-February. In January, provided favorable weather, the remaining curb and gutter, sidewalks, and irrigation sleeving will be complete in anticipation of the first lift of asphalt to be placed in mid-February.

    Recreational Side: In December, the perimeter underground piping of the cold pool was completed and the backfill was placed to install deck drains. The warm pool, therapy pool, and spa walls were completed and perimeter underground piping has started. The wall framing, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) rough-in was completed and ceiling framing is 80 % complete. In addition, the exterior windows above the cold pool have been installed and the basketball hoops and volleyball net suspended frames are 50% complete. For January, the warm pool, therapy pool, and spa perimeter underground plumbing will continue along with building systems equipment installation.

    Community Side: In December, exterior insulation is 90% complete, roofing is 90% complete, and masonry veneer is 35% complete. For the interior, the first floor framing was completed, MEP rough-ins are approximately 90% complete, and drywall work was started. On the 2nd floor, partition framing are 60% complete, and MEP rough-ins are approximately 40% complete. In January, the anticipated work on the exterior includes the completion of the exterior insulation, completion of the roofing, and continuation of masonry veneer work. In the interior, the anticipated work includes the completion of 1st floor MEP rough-ins, continuation of the drywall finishing, and start framing for ceilings. On the second floor, the partition walls framing, and MEP rough-ins will be complete, and drywall will begin.

    The completion schedule for the new facility anticipates opening in phases with the south half of the facility, including administration offices, meeting rooms and Senior Services, opening in June of 2020 and the remaining facility, demolition of the existing Senior Center, and the remaining site work completing at the end of summer 2020.

    BACKGROUND:

    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. Davis has completed the Schematic Design (SD) design stage and is moving into the Design Development (DD) stage. The Concept Review for the Site Development Plan amendment was approved by Council at the April 3, 2018 Council Study Session with several comments. 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 Site Development Plan (SDP) amendment was brought to the Planning & Zoning Commission on August 13th. The SDP amendment and an amendment to the CM/GC agreement with AP to add the construction scope with a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) was brought to Council and approved on August 28, 2018. The start of the first phase of construction is anticipated to be the beginning of September.

    On July 11, 2017, Council approved a consultant design award to Davis Partnership PC Architects (Davis). Design investigation, research, and public input process have been completed. With the guidance provided by the Stakeholder Committee (composed of representatives from PRAC, HHSAC, and the Senior Resource Board) and the numerous public comments received, Council authorized Staff to proceed with design based upon the 2-story conceptual design at the December 12, 2017, Council Study Session.

    On May 23, 2017, Council authorized staff to pursue debt financing for a new Community Center. The project will construct a new two-story facility and will be phased such that the north wing of the facility (recreational area) will be demolished to allow space on the site for the new facility to be constructed, and allow the south wing (senior services area) of the building to remain open during construction. This phased method will require that some programs move to the Paul Derda Recreation Center while others would be suspended while the new facility is being constructed.

    At the end of August 2018, Staff and Citizens participated in "BCC Demo Day 2018" to say THANK YOU and GOODBYE to our beloved BCC.