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BOMA Volunteers Renovate Mile High Behavioral Healthcare Center in Aurora

Denver Metro Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) members joined together in August to renovate the Mile High Behavioral Healthcare Center (MHBHC) in Aurora, for its annual workday program.

This year 14 businesses donated more than $50,000 in goods and labor to renovate the building and more than 45 volunteers representing 27 different BOMA organizations showed up to volunteer their time to restore the building. Renovation projects included: demolition and trash hauling; installing a food pantry and outdoor vegetable garden; recalking all windows and installing window films; full landscape overhaul including removal of intrusive shrubbery and trees; painting entire facility; electrical wiring; full deep clean; and much more.

“Mile High Behavioral Healthcare would not be able to rehab this much-needed Family Preservation Program without all of the amazing help and donations from the many contractors in BOMA community,” said Anna Miller, Director of Business Development and Public Relations. “This program, slotted to open and begin services in late fall of 2022, will serve youth, adolescents, and families throughout the community. It is the first of its kind and will provide behavioral healthcare, an adolescent drop-in program; will house the Colfax Community Network (CNN), a community food pantry as well as many other services. MHBHC thanks all the BOMA teams for making this possible!”

Donors of goods and labor included: AVI Roofing and WeatherSure Systems; Blue Mesa Electric; Brightview Landscaping; Bristol Botanicals; Demo Solutions; Elevator Technicians; JLS Landscape; JRB Services; Pioneer; PMG; Preferred Painting; SavATree; Solar Vision and Stellar Painting. Volunteers for Workday represented the following companies: Applied Technical Services; ATI Restoration; AVI Roofing and WeatherSure Systems; BKM Management Company; Brightview; Cushman & Wakefield; Elevator Technicians; Granite Properties; Harpel; Hines; Hospitality at Work; Integrity Fire Safety Services; JRB Service; Kendall Baker; LBA Realty; Nations Roof of Colorado; Pioneer; PMG Colorado LLC; Preferred Painting; Prime West Real Estate Services; Propark Mobility; Roth Property Maintenance LLC; SavATree; Schmidt & Stacy Consulting Engineers, Inc.; ServPro of Denver East; Team K Services; Unico Properties LLC; Viking Partners LLC.

The Denver Metro Building Owners and Managers Association (Denver Metro BOMA) is a nonprofit trade association representing more than 90 percent of the metro area’s commercial office buildings with a mission to advance the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, professional development and the exchange of knowledge.

Photo courtesy of BOMA

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