The Renaissance Academy in Colorado Springs, CO, is a charter school that was constructed of rigid frame metal building systems by VP Buildings.
The 13,900 sq. ft. clear span project blends well with its surroundings, using beige stucco walls covered by green non-metal shingles. Entry towers were designed by VP using fixed base tube columns.
The metal building contractor was C-G Construction Inc. of Wheat Ridge, CO. The designer was Bahr Vermeer Hacker/The Florin Group, Colorado Springs, CO.