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Broomfield Community Center Renovations
Broomfield Community Center

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The Phase 1 project was bid and the low bidder was within the revised budget estimate. However, due to new and potentially costly findings regarding deficiencies with the existing pool, the direction has been to re-evaluate the cost- effectiveness and feasibility of a new larger facility replacement funded by debt financing.  Currently, a conceptual design for a new facility has been developed which would involve the demolition of the north half of the facility to allow space on the site for a new facility to be constructed.  This would allow the senior services wing of the building to remain open during the construction of a new 2 story Community Center; however, it would require that some programs move to the Paul Derda Recreation Center while others would be discontinued for approximately 18 to 24 months while the new facility is being constructed.  The conceptual design will be reviewed by PRAC on November 16th and HHSAC on November 17th.  Pending favorable responses from PRAC and HHSAC, the next steps will be to schedule a public review of the conceptual design to be followed by a Council review at a Study Session.

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Renovations are currently underway at the Broomfield Community Center, 280 Spader Way. Originally built in 1974, and re-modeled in 1990, the center is undergoing needed repairs and improvements.

Improvements include a partial demolition of the north side of the facility to make room for a new two story addition to include new locker rooms on the first floor and group fitness on the second floor, and replacement of the elevator.

Repairs include  the replacement of the pool heating system, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system, and partial replacement of the roof. 

The remainder of the proposed improvements are currently being designed.

Phase I Renovation Drawing

City Council Staff Report for Design of Phase I

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