DENVER – Summer may have come to an end, but things at Alliance Construction Solutions are far from slowing down. Last Friday, September 29th, Jefferson County Housing Authority celebrated the Grand Opening of Hidden Lake Homes, a senior living apartment complex in Westminster. While this event officially commemorated the opening of the complex, many residents have been living in the units for weeks. Hidden Lake Homes provides 72 affordable housing units, as well as community spaces and other amenities. Alliance served as the general contractor for the project.
On Saturday, September 23rd city officials and project stakeholders, including Alliance employees, celebrated a Groundbreaking on the new Edgewater Civic Center. The roughly 55,00-square-foot facility will include a fitness center, gymnasium, library, police department facility, administrative offices, public meeting space and atrium space. The project is expected to be completed September of 2018.
The City or Edgewater hired Alliance as well as D2C Architects|NV5 as the Architects/Owners Representatives to carry out the Community Based Design Process, complete the Land Use/Planning for the project and provide project oversight Owners Representative and Project Management Services.
Alliance’s projects aren’t the only aspects of the company experiencing notable advances. In the last month, the firm has hired two new project engineers: Dino Teskeredzic and Scott Freitag. Dino is a graduate of the University of Florida and moved from Philadelphia, PA to come to Alliance. Scott Freitag is a graduate of Ohio State University and was previously living in Columbus, OH.
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