Buyers Guide: Sink Combs Dethlefs
Sink Combs Dethlefs
475 Lincoln St., Suite 100
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: (303) 308-0200
Fax: (303) 308-0222
The goal in architecture is to create spaces that people enjoy. To Sink Combs Dethlefs, that means the process should be enjoyable too. Our staff makes SCD unique and allows us to excel in the innovative and creative field of architecture.
We plan for success. Our designs are tailored to each project—its site, its program, its context, and its budget. Thus, our reputation is one of exceptional quality and budget control. It’s about maximizing every dollar spent.
In architecture, collaboration is essential. Our process is thoughtful, creative and founded on our expertise. It is tailored to each client. We are only satisfied when the client is.
Great results come from a great team. We are proud of the people that make us successful. We have years of experience standing behind every project.
Creativity, cost effectiveness, efficiency, and innovation have characterized our process and for more than five decades.
See projects from this firm that have been featured in the Architectural Showcase:
The Denver Broncos football program desired an indoor practice facility to allow them to practice continuously through the unpredictable Colorado weather. The franchise also desired additional training, retail, and media/studio space to support the droves of fans that come out to support the team during open practices. Sink Combs Dethlefs was hired after a national design competition to design the indoor facility located next to the Broncos’ Headquarters in Arapahoe County.
Cost: $26.5 million
SqFt: 118,474 sq. ft.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Sink Combs Dethlefs working with TMP was hired by the University of Michigan to design a new practice facility adjacent to Crisler Arena. The basketball player development center has everything the teams need: dedicated practice courts, offices for the basketball staff, larger locker rooms, state-of-the-art athletic training/strength and conditioning areas, flexible-use meeting spaces, team video room, and a Michigan Basketball Hall of Fame which will be open to the public.
Cost: $23.2 million
SqFt: 63,000 sq. ft.
The Western State Fieldhouse project included the construction of a new campus recreation center, a fieldhouse with an NCAA regulation sized indoor track with multi-purpose interior courts, office and classroom space supporting the University’s intercollegiate athletic program and academic program and minor renovation of existing classroom, office and support space within Paul Wright Gymnasium.
Student voting and initiatives led to the inclusion of a new 54 foot tall climbing tower, a 400 square foot training foam pit with trampoline, and a hot tub addition to the existing natatorium.
SqFt: 118,710 sq. ft.
Williston, North Dakota
Sink Combs Dethlefs working with JLG Architects designed Williston Area Recreation Center (ARC), which is the largest parks district-owned rec center in the nation and offers a wide variety of amenities to the public.
The largest area within the ARC combines four basketball courts and the 200-meter competition track, set in the 56,373-square-foot, 4 basketball court multi-use space. Another area includes a 40- by 60-yard indoor turf fieldhouse. It also houses two dedicated and four retractable batting cages for baseball enthusiasts.
Cost: $70 million
SqFt: 240,000 sq. ft.