School in Creede, Colo., aiming for LEED Gold

School in Creede, Colo., aiming for LEED Gold

Creede, Colo., has a colorful history. Bob Ford, the man who shot outlaw Jesse James in 1882, was killed in a gunfight in Creede.  The 530-mile roundtrip to Creede was one of several unique challenges they’d encounter over the course of the project. At the new school, heavy insulation joins high-efficiency equipment and local building materials on the drive to gain LEED credits.  

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