Martin/Martin Named Design Firm of the Year
LAKEWOOD – Martin/Martin, Inc. Consulting Engineers was recently selected by Engineering News-Record (ENR) Mountain States as one of two 2018 Design Firms of the Year. ENR Design Firms of the Year are chosen by a vote of the regional ENR editors from around the country based on a carefully selected group of finalists. Martin/Martin was chosen as the top firm in Colorado, Wyoming, and North and South Dakota, and Van Boerum & Frank Associates Inc., Salt Lake City, for the Intermountain area.
“We are humbled to be recognized as an ENR design firm of the year,” Martin/Martin President Jack Petersen said. “The combination of engineering challenges needed to support our clients’ vison, with an internal culture of collaboration and entrepreneurship, has allowed us to grow with Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region since 1945. Martin/Martin is proud to have partnered with multiple public and private clients to build many communities.”
In addition to regional and national notoriety, Martin/Martin has designed projects in all seven continents.
Martin/Martin Inc. offers structural, civil, and investigative engineering, and survey and construction management services. The firm has a staff of more than 250 professionals working from Martin/Martin’s headquarters in Lakewood and offices in Fort Collins and Avon, Colo., as well as locations in Cheyenne, Wyo., Albuquerque, N.M., and the California Bay area.
In addition to structural building and civil infrastructure design, the firm’s portfolio spans a wide variety of market sectors, from large institutional and commercial projects to industrial, manufacturing, health care, sports venues, and residential work. Notables include the new Colorado State University football stadium, 1144 Fifteenth Street 40-story office tower, Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Waterline Replacement, Denver International Airport Great Hall, Lockheed Martin Aerospace Gateway Center next-generation satellite project, Auraria Higher Education Center Tivoli Quad, Saint Joseph Heritage Project Replacement Hospital, the Denver Water Complex, and McMurdo Station in Antarctica. The firm has been a consistent leader in technology, project collaboration, new materials adoption and innovative delivery methods.
A profile story on each of the firms will appear in the June issue of ENR Mountain States.
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