1750 Jackson – Colorado School of Mines
1750 Jackson – Colorado School of Mines Residence Hall.
Confluence Companies and The Colorado School of Mines have recently partnered to develop a new sophomore residence hall. This dynamic public-private-partnership will help alleviate the schools significant need for additional on-campus student housing.
Located on the corner of 17th Street and Jackson Street in Golden, CO, Mines Residence Hall will feature 107 suite style dorm units (249 bedrooms) along with 4,000 square feet of commercial space. Confluence and The Colorado School of Mines thoughtfully designed a building where students will be able to thrive both academically and socially. Amenities include multiple social and study lounges on each floor, an on-site fitness center, community gathering spaces, two outside courtyards, a bike maintenance area and laundry facilities.
The new residence hall will be the schools and the city of Golden’s first LEED Platinum project. Confluence is using many sustainable building methods to achieve this goal. Rooftop PV solar panels will offset 10% of the buildings electrical use, an energy efficient heating and cooling system will provide a 40% reduction in energy usage.
The Colorado School of Mines is known globally for the quality of its distinctive graduates, the success of its alumni and its unique expertise in topics related to the earth, energy and the environment. The new residence hall will be an excellent addition to Mines’ innovative and modern campus and will help foster the development of our future scientists and engineers.
Developer / Builder
Type I – Steel and Concrete Construction
107 Suite Style Dorm Units
249 Bedroom Units
4,000 SF Commercial Space
180 Bedrooms / Acre
Expected Completion: Spring 2020