Loveland City Service Center

Loveland, Colorado

Combining new with old, the Loveland Service Center expands its original 1983 master plan to add enviromental and modern designed spaces for employees.


City of Loveland

Project Size

77,187 sf

Building Performance

Pursuing LEED Certification


PCI Design Top Project Award, Best Warehouse/Storage/Distribution Center Category

Professional Services

Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Lighting Design
Master Planning

RNL was the original master planner for the City of Loveland’s Service Center, which occurred in 1983. The Service Center is located at 1st and Wilson. In 1986 and again in 1993, RNL was hired to design the architecture for the Service Center. These components include facilities for Loveland Power and Water, Fleet Maintenance, and Parks. The current phase of the project was included in the 1983 master plan and will add facilities for Loveland’s Public Works (PW) Solid Wastes, Stormwater, Streets departments, and will consolidate the City’s entire City Services components onto one campus. Construction began in September 2013 and was completed in the fall of 2014.

The new facility is designed to have a minimum 50 year lifespan and to improve the City’s bottom line through increased efficiencies in PW operations. LEED certification is desired. Daylight is delivered to all interior shops, administrative, and training room spaces. High efficiency is achieved through the use of insulated precast concrete wall panels, radiant heating, and modular workstations with minimal private offices.

Meet the team

Loveland City Service Center


Western Region Transit Director

Driven by a deep interest in creating more sustainable communities through improved mobility, Merlin Maley has dedicated more than a decade of his career to the transportation and public sector industry. Through his transit systems work, Merlin is helping to create 21st century cities and communities while decreasing the dependence on single-occupancy vehicles for mobility.

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