- Philip S. Miller Park, Town of Castle Rock, Colorado
- Castle Rock has grown rapidly in the past decade, with the town’s population tripling in the past 10 years. The population was 18,000 in the 80’s and has steadily increased to over 60,000 residents. The town is very strict about the building codes and architectural controls. Sprung was the perfect solution for their quality and long-term growth needs.
- 110′ wide by 105′ long Sprung Structure with encapsulated insulation with built in conjunction with a 64,000 square foot building for various organized athletic programs.
- Year round Aquatic Center. Encapsulated insulation over pool application, aesthetics, quality, budget and speed of construction time-line. Features the customer loves about the structure. Bright interior, energy efficiency, maintenance free. Short construction time-line, price and year round outdoor feel and quality acoustics. Annual Revenue for the Pool 158,000.
This Sprung Structure Features:
The Philip S. Miller Park & Field-house is a 225-acre regional park that features a 64,400 square foot multi-purpose field house and indoor swimming pool, an outdoor amphitheater and Millhouse building, picnic shelters, park restrooms, concrete trails, adventure playground, two synthetic turf athletic fields, and core plaza area with spray features. Site features include asphalt off-street parking and park roadways, concrete trails, storm sewer and drainage improvements, a lined pond and Dawson Aquifer well, parking and roadway lighting and irrigation, and landscaping.