• University of Denver, Pat Bowlen Training Center
  • University of Denver, Pat Bowlen Training Center
  • University of Denver, Pat Bowlen Training Center
  • University of Denver

    Denver, Colorado

    Founded in 1864, the University of Denver (DU) is the oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain Region. In addition to maintaining strong undergraduate and graduate academic programs, DU boasts 17 varsity athletic programs. To facilitate the training of its many student athletes, DU commissioned the design and construction of the new Pat Bowlen Training Center, which is named after the president and CEO of the Denver Broncos who donated $1.5 million to the project. (Mr. Bowlen is also a member of the DU Board of Trustees.) The new 10,000 SF strength and conditioning complex is located beneath the soccer stadium seating and is attached to DU’s Ritchie Center. It houses a multitude of premier training facilities and equipment including weight lifting and cardio and rehabilitation stations, 12 Olympic lifting stations, a video screening room, and a 66-yard turf track for speed and agility training. The RMH Group designed the center’s mechanical and electrical systems.
 

University of Denver, Pat Bowlen Training Center

University of Denver

Denver, Colorado

Founded in 1864, the University of Denver (DU) is the oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain Region. In addition to maintaining strong undergraduate and graduate academic programs, DU boasts 17 varsity athletic programs. To facilitate the training of its many student athletes, DU commissioned the design and construction of the new Pat Bowlen Training Center, which is named after the president and CEO of the Denver Broncos who donated $1.5 million to the project. (Mr. Bowlen is also a member of the DU Board of Trustees.) The new 10,000 SF strength and conditioning complex is located beneath the soccer stadium seating and is attached to DU’s Ritchie Center. It houses a multitude of premier training facilities and equipment including weight lifting and cardio and rehabilitation stations, 12 Olympic lifting stations, a video screening room, and a 66-yard turf track for speed and agility training. The RMH Group designed the center’s mechanical and electrical systems.