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Castillo Architects designed the two-story, 175,575-square-foot Sport Stable in Superior, Colo., with a metal building system.Castillo Architects designed the two-story, 175,575-square-foot Sport Stable in Superior, Colo., with a metal building system. DSP Builders Inc. built it with American Buildings Co.'s single-slope framing system, Standing Seam 360 and Loc Seam metal roof panels in Surrey Beige, and Heavy Embossed insulated metal wall panels in Light Bronze.

The 136,730-square-foot first floor houses two full ice sheets and one training ice sheet, a full-size turf field, training turf, coaches area, Zamboni storage, snack bar, retail shop, offices, locker rooms and restrooms. A 38,845-square-foot mezzanine level houses a kitchen/bar/grill area, indoor golf center, community room, conference room, batting cage training area, restrooms, offices, rink, bleacher seating and electrical and communications room. Another 21,434 square feet provide space for impact sports including elite athletic training, hard surface gym for basketball and volleyball training, turf training area, weight room, rehab area, offices and restrooms. The project was completed in August 2016.

Architect: Castillo Architects, Littleton, Colo., cw-architecture.com
Builder: DSP Builders Inc., Denver, www.dspbuilders.com
Metal building systems: American Buildings Co., Eufaula, Ala., www.americanbuildings.com