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Astronauts, Rhodes Scholars, professional athletes, an Olympic medalist,members of Congress – the portfolio of past residents at Vandenberg Hall on the campus of the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) in Colorado Springs, Colorado reads like the guest list of a Hollywood party. But after years of weather and natural wear and tear, the building needed a major overhaul.Originally constructed in 1962, Vandenberg Hall houses 23 of the USAFA’s 40 squadrons. The building spans over a quarter mile in length and includes 226,000 square feet of living space. With a renovation of such magnitude, the USAFA decided to break the multi-year project into nine phases. Lantz-Boggio Architects, P.C. secured the design bid, and the team forged ahead with planning the remodel.



Lantz-Boggio Architects, P.C.
Englewood, Colorado, USA

RGI/EPG Joint Venture
Ryan Glass, Inc.
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

El Paso Glass
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA

Elward Systems Corporation
Lakewood, Colorado, USA


Photography: ©CJBerg

Vandenberg Hall Project Profile [365KB]

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