Groundbreaking: “Big Bomber,” Colorado’s Largest Speculative Warehouse Facility
Aurora, CO – Majestic Realty Co., the nation’s largest, privately-held developer of industrial business parks, has begun construction on the state’s largest speculative warehouse/distribution facility, breaking its own prior records for speculative development. The 701,900-square-foot Building #15, nicknamed the “Big Bomber,” broke ground in late June and is scheduled for... Read more
Colorado Schools Strive for Zero Net Energy
An increasing number of schools in Colorado are pursuing zero net energy — a term used to describe ultra-efficient new construction and deep energy retrofit projects that consume only as much energy as they produce from clean, renewable resources. Perhaps the biggest incentive for a school to pursue net... Read more
2nd Denver-Area IKEA Store Coming to Broomfield
View here Next spring, the Swedish retailing giant IKEA will begin construction of a 400,000-square-foot Broomfield store, to be built on 36 acres at the northwestern corner of Interstate 25 and State Highway 7. The new store will include 1,500 parking spaces, employ 500 people during the construction process and 300... Read more
CSU Health Education Outreach Center Breaks Ground
Fort Collins, CO – Haselden Construction broke ground today on Colorado State University’s new Health Education Outreach Center (HEOC). Designed by Hord | Coplan | Macht and scheduled for completion at the end of 2018, the HEOC will house both a human gross anatomy lab and neuroanatomy lab, as well as virtual... Read more
Major Renovations to South Suburban Golf Course Clubhouse Complete
Centennial, CO – White Construction Group, a Colorado-based commercial general construction firm, recently completed the 7,772-sq-ft clubhouse renovation, a new 4,500-sq-ft cart barn and site work at the South Suburban Golf Course. Teaming with Barker Rinker Seacat, the $3.5 million project included a total remodel along with a new layout for the restaurant,... Read more
New Efforts to Confront Construction Labor Shortage
View here City of Denver’s staff and council members are looking at new ways to tackle the shortage of construction workers. With billions in new Denver infrastructure projects planned, the city is conducting a series of roundtable discussions with construction industry representatives in hopes of finding a solution to the problem.... Read more
Brighton’s Largest Industrial Development On its Way
DENVER — Hyde Development and Mortenson are to build a a 1.8 million-square-foot, Class A industrial park to be called 76 Commerce Center, that when complete will be the largest industrial development in Brighton, CO. The 122-acre site in Bromley Industrial Park is the largest speculative project to emerge in this growth corridor... Read more
EKS&H LLLP and Beeble Company Announce Teaming Relationship
DENVER – EKS&H LLLP (EKS&H), an audit, tax and consulting firm that provides accounting and advisory services to the construction industry through its construction industry group EKS&H Construction Advisors, and Beeble Company LLC (Beeble Co.), a construction consulting and advisory firm led by John Beeble, have announced the forging of an exclusive... Read more
2424 Garden of the Gods Prepares to Unveil $3.5 Million in Capital Improvements
COLORADO SPRINGS – CBRE announced today, on behalf of Westside Investment Partners, Inc., that $3.5 million in capital improvements will be completed on one of the region’s prime office properties — 2424 Garden of the Gods Road in Colorado Springs. Upon its reopening, the former regional headquarters for MCI/Verizon will offer the largest block... Read more
ENR Mountain States Names Colorado’s Best Projects
DENVER — For the 17th year, ENR Mountain States announced the winners of its 2017 Best Projects competition across a seven-state region, which includes Utah, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. Projects will be covered in more detail in the October issue of ENR Mountain States, and... Read more