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LOA Architecture president Tim Habben was interviewed on camera in a video about the firm's Arvada West High School Phase II project. The video was produced for the A-Files program, and aired on The City of Arvada's KATV-8 civic television station.

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LOA Architecture's Arvada West High School Phase II project was featured in the August 2008 issue of McGraw-Hill's Mountain States Construction magazine.

Designed by LOA Architecture, the new facility replaces the original building and provides Arvada West with new auxiliary and main gymnasiums, locker rooms, auditorium, music rooms, administration offices, cafeteria/commons, kitchen, plus core classrooms for math, english, special education, arts, and wood technology.

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LOA Architecture's Arvada West High School Phase II project was featured in the October 2009 issue of Real Estate & Construction Review Colorado magazine.

Designed by LOA Architecture, the new facility replaces the original building and provides Arvada West with new auxiliary and main gymnasiums, locker rooms, auditorium, music rooms, administration offices, cafeteria/commons, kitchen, plus core classrooms for math, english, special education, arts, and wood technology.

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Excerpted from Stapleton Front Porch Magazine, written by Brian Weber.

Luis O. Acosta Architects (LOA) of Denver has won the competition to design the next public high school in Stapleton. The Denver school board made the selection in mid February. Preliminary plans call for construction to begin in 2008 on the first phase of the school that would open in the 2010-2012 timeframe. The 20-acre school site is north of I-70, south of 56th Avenue and east of Spruce Street. The site adjoins a 15-acre park complex that the school will share with the public.

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