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RTA Wins 4 Design Awards from AIA CO and IIDA Rocky Mountain

RTA was honored to receive two design awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado and two from the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Rocky Mountain Chapter. AIA Colorado and AIA Colorado South recognized the Moffat PK-12 school in Moffat, CO with an Award of Merit and an Honorable Mention respectively. The IIDA Rocky Mountain Chapter honored Craig Hospital in Englewood, CO as the winner in the GIVE Category, and Ignacio High School in Ignacio, CO with a Merit Award in the LEARN Category.

A big thank you to the Moffat and Ignacio communities, the staff and patients of Craig Hospital, and our design partners for all their contributions to the success of these projects! Click on the images below to learn more.

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Moffat PK-12
AIA CO Award of Merit
AIA CO South Honorable Mention

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Craig Hospital
IIDA Rocky Mountain GIVE Category Winner

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Ignacio High School
IIDA Rocky Mountain LEARN Category Award of Merit

 

Ouray PK-12 Ribbon Cutting

The newly renovated Ouray PK-12 School is back in session! After all of the hard work, RTA was proud to attend the Ouray School District ribbon cutting ceremony. Originally constructed in 1936, the transformed school has already made the start of the 2016-2017 school year a great one.

Congratulations Ouray!

 

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Ouray PK-12 Celebrates the New School Year

We love to see happy clients in completed projects! Check out Ouray's Principal and Superintendent Scott Pankow welcome the community to the fully renovated PK-12 school for the 2016-2017 year.

Saint Thomas More Hospital breaks ground in Canon City

St. Thomas More hospital broke ground on Tuesday August 16thto make room for the 40,000 square-foot addition. The three-story facility, designed by RTA Architects,is located on the existing hospital campus and connected tothe existing physical therapy building.  It  is expected to cost between $4 million and $5 million. The state-of-the-art building is expected to be open and ready to receive patients in the fall of 2017. Read more about the groundbreaking and the future of Canon City here.