Denver Public Schools – Holm Elementary School

Denver Public Schools Holm Elementary, initially constructed in 1973, underwent a 26,000 square foot upgrade of classrooms and common area space.  Part of the 2016 Bond, existing classrooms were reconfigured, and the auditorium was repurposed to accommodate a library and art room. 360 Engineering provided site observations and modifications to the mechanical system and a new DDC control system, as well as plumbing engineering services for new water, waste, and vent lines to new classroom sinks.

The mechanical and plumbing engineering scope included renovating the constant volume units to perform as variable volume units, adding new fan-powered boxes with heating water coils and new heating water baseboards for the updated classroom configurations, and replacing existing pneumatic controls and galvanized piping.


Denver, Colorado


Denver Public Schools


Anderson Mason Dale