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Kutak Rock Serves as Bond Counsel to El Paso County, CO & The Colorado College

News | October 15, 2019


Kutak Rock served as bond counsel to El Paso County, Colorado and The Colorado College in connection with the issuance of $20,475,000 of its Revenue Bonds (The Colorado College Project) Series 2019A. 

The Series 2019A Bonds were issued to (a) finance a portion of the cost of the acquisition, construction, renovation, remodeling, relocation, expansion, improvement and equipping of various capital projects located on The Colorado College’s campus located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, including, but not limited to, (i) construction of Robson Arena (in partnership with Colorado Springs’ City for Champions initiative); (ii) remodeling of Van Briggle Pottery Building for the Bemis Art School; (iii) construction of a new facility for Facilities Services; (iv) remodeling of Bemis Art School for 3D Arts; (v) relocating Burghart tennis court and construction of a 100-car parking lot at El Pomar Sports Center; (vi) demolishing Armstrong Hall parking lot and constructing Colorado Plaza; (vii) construction of a new building along Tejon Street to house a Health Center, Bookstore, Mail Room, Wooglins, Campus Safety and a Coffee House/Bar; (viii) demolishing Boettcher Health Center Building and re-landscape; (ix) demolishing Honnen Ice Arena and constructing Cossitt Plaza; (x) installing new organic turf on Washburn, Stewart and Olsen Fields and lights on Stewart Field; and (xi) renovating the KRCC (91.5 FM) Building.

Fred Marienthal, Jennifer Barrett, Shawn Willette and Justin Reppe worked on this transaction.