Downtown Denver Partnership Honors Six Transformational Projects at 55th Annual Downtown Denver Awards
Denver, CO – The Downtown Denver Partnership presented six awards last night to transformational projects in Downtown Denver that contribute to an economically healthy, growing and vital center city at the 55th Annual Downtown Denver Awards Dinner, presented by Polsinelli. The honorees, selected by a jury of key business... Read more
Sneak Peek: Rocky Mountain Green 2016
With 500 expected attendees and a range of the latest green building specialists providing an outlook on Colorado’s emerging international status, the Rocky Mountain Green Conference stands to provide not only a networking opportunity but a learning environment regarding the changing landscape in Colorado. By: Julie Wanzer, LEED AP... Read more
Celebrate Colorado Architecture This Month
April is a month-long celebration to share with the public how AIA Colorado members design our communities, shape our region and provide value through innovative design solutions. Denver, CO – The American Institute of Architects Colorado Chapter (AIA Colorado) proudly announces April as Colorado Architecture Month. There are over... Read more
RTA Architects Designs Largest Community Health Center in Denver Health System
Colorado Springs, CO – RTA Architects announced today the conclusion of the design and construction of the Denver Health Southwest Community Health Center and Urgent Care. Nearly 30 months after the planning of the clinic began, the 45,000-square-foot facility is nearing its opening. When Denver Health determined the need... Read more
Hyder Construction Revamps Columbine Country Club Clubhouse
Littleton, CO – Hyder Construction is starting work on a $20 million facelift to the Columbine Country Club in Littleton. The original clubhouse will come down this spring to make way for a 45,000 square-foot new building. The new clubhouse will include sophisticated finishes, locker rooms, conference space, dining... Read more
Redevelopment, Rehabilitation and New Opportunities for the Emily Griffith Opportunity School Site
WHEN: Wednesday, March 16, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. WHAT: Historic Denver, Inc., Denver Public Schools (DPS) and the Downtown Denver Partnership will host a community meeting this evening,Wednesday, March 16, 2016 for the public to hear the latest developments on the designation plans and the future redevelopment opportunity of the... Read more
Craig Hospital’s $90 million Expansion & Renovation Nears Completion
Englewood, CO—With initial planning begun in winter of 2012 and a target completion date set for late 2016, Craig Hospital’s $90 million expansion and renovation is nearing its conclusion. The Hospital recently announced that it has exceeded its $68 million fundraising target by $5 million. The success of the... Read more
Haselden Construction Tops Out Learning Commons & Innovation Center
DENVER, CO – Last week marked the topping out of Graland Country Day School’s new addition, the Learning Commons and Innovation Center. The new building includes open learning spaces, science rooms, and an invention lab, as well as conference rooms and office space. Graland administrators and project architect Cuningham... Read more
DLR Group Hosts Capital Funding Higher Education Forum
DLR Group hosts this month’s SMPS Colorado’s luncheon focusing on capital funding in the higher education market. Wednesday, March 9, 2016 11:30am – 1:00pm Denver Athletic Club In anticipation of the release of the Colorado long bill, expert speakers will address the state of higher education funding and more. How does... Read more
World Trade Center Denver Selects Site and Development Team for New Global Campus
The World Trade Center Denver, a trade association with a million dollar brand and global recognition, selects the TOD (Transit Oriented Development) site located at 38th and Blake Street in the revitalized River North Art District (RiNo) neighborhood for a New World Trade Center Global Campus. The site is... Read more