CMC Timberline


This centerpiece for Colorado Mountain College’s Leadville Campus began with the solicitation of proposals for design-build teams. DSI along with Ron Mazzeo were awarded the contract by implementing our core values of quality, schedule and value thus providing a high quality building while completing the project during Leadville’s short building season and all within the college’s budget. Phase One consisted of a 10,792 sq ft design-build campus library, replacing the existing library. Phase Two involved demolition of the 20,000 sq ft Storm King Building to expand the central campus parking lot. Phase Three consisted of a 14,900 sq ft design-build campus Leadership Center with a new gymnasium, community meeting rooms and additional classrooms. Phase Four is a 1,100 sq ft wood and metal shop classroom to consolidate two existing programs into one central location.

  • Architect: Ron Mazzeo & Associates
  • Owner: Colorado Mountain College
  • Completion Date: April 2011
  • Location: Leadville, Colorado
  • Total Construction Cost: $6 Million
  • Size:
  • Library—10,792 Sq. Ft.
  • Demolition—20,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Rec. Center—14,900 Sq. Ft.
  • Wood & Metal Shop—1,100 Sq. Ft.