RiNo Art District Highlights Local Artists and Makers in New Home at Zeppelin Station
Denver, CO — Zeppelin Development continues to raise the bar with the newest lease signing at Zeppelin Station—a high-concept collection of the world’s most innovative merchants, chefs and creative companies and the namesake of Denver’s preeminent pioneering developer, Mickey Zeppelin—located directly at the 38th Street Light Rail Station in RiNo.... Read more
Seeing the Need for Small, Specialized Construction Projects
By Steve Kovach, Manager, Special Projects Division, PCL Construction  While massive construction projects are underway throughout the Denver metro area, as evidenced by the number of cranes lining the skyline, companies still have smaller-scale construction projects needs. These particular projects can be complex, requiring a high level of expertise,... Read more
State revenue forecast calls for continued economic momentum
DENVER — The Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB) today released its quarterly economic and revenue forecast. General Fund revenue continues to rebound modestly from its marked weakening in FY 2015-16. After an increase of just 1.7 percent last fiscal year, General Fund revenue is forecast to... Read more
New Report Reveals Sports & Performing Arts Venues are Embracing LEED Green Building
The U.S. Green Building Council released its LEED in Motion: Venues report, which highlights the efforts of convention centers, sports venues, performing arts centers, community centers and public assembly spaces to transform their environmental, social and economic footprint through LEED certification. The report showcases some of the most impressive... Read more
Denver’s “Smart City” Development Featured in Building Design & Construction
View here Peña Station NEXT, Denver’s “Smart City” development located at the 61st Avenue and Pena Boulevard, was recently featured in Building Design & Construction‘s online edition. The article focuses on the “new-age” technology Panasonic is providing for the site. Pictured: The Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company (PESCO) facility, which is the first... Read more
Industry Spotlight: Engineering Firm on the Ground Floor of Colorado’s Growth
When Bob Thompson founded his own geotechnical engineering firm in 1971, his only employee (and wife) typed up client reports on onion skin with carbon paper, using a manual typewriter. Reporting styles have changed a lot since then, and so have engineering practices, thanks in no small part to... Read more