Pulliam Community Building after renovation.  
      Returning Community to the Pulliam Building
 
 

The Pulliam Community Building Foundation is a non-profit organization in the State of Colorado. It is also a 501(c)3 tax exempt charity. The Foundation is the vehicle that will raise the money and orchestrate the Pulliam Building Renovation project. In close partnership with the City of Loveland, we will help design, raise funds, then gift the work to the city for them to complete the construction.

But, here is what is amazing. The Foundation has agreed to operate the building after renovation. That helps both the City and the community.

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In Partnership with the City of Loveland
Under the close supervision of the City of Loveland, the Pulliam Building Renovation project intends to fundraise, design, and renew the facility by adding new heating and air conditioning systems, sound and electrical enhancements, a handicap bathroom, remodeling, and more. After completion, the results will be gifted to the city.

With the City budget squeezed to its limits and $5.3 million removed from the capital budget for a new community center, a group of citizens united in a classic grass-roots effort. Their goal, to find a way to revitalize the Pulliam Building. A team of professionals was assembled to find solutions to the complexities this unique building presented—like 13 inch walls of solid concrete. Talented engineers, contractors, an architect, and fundraisers collaborated. Their plan was presented to the City. City staff and their legal department have agreed in principle to the concepts. Further agreements with the staff and city council will be needed in order to complete our goal.

 

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