Recently named one of the Top Contractors in the region by ENR Mountain States, Brinkman Construction has made a strategic move to support their presence throughout the Front Range. The general contractor has moved to a new office in RiNo at the Larimer 30 development, located at 2935 Larimer Street. Although the company has operated an office in Denver for nearly four years, the new office will provide additional space to support further expansion in the region.
The design of the space — by Fort Collins-based Arete Inspired, PLLC and LOV Design — is focused on the incorporation of reclaimed timbers from an adaptive reuse project that Brinkman recently worked on. Spacious windows infuse natural light and provide views of Denver’s downtown skyline.
“With the expansiveness of our portfolio across the entire Front Range from Colorado Springs to Cheyenne, we needed a new office to accommodate that growth,” said Jim Ciesla, president & CEO of Brinkman Construction. “The culture of RiNo aligns with our entrepreneurial and innovative spirit. We are excited to be able to stay in this neighborhood as we moved offices.”
Completed summer 2018, LCP Development is the developer for the Larimer 30 mixed-use renovation and ground-up development. Other notable tenants include Denver’s first Shake Shack and Odell Brewing Co.
One of the company’s noteworthy projects currently under construction is The Boulevard at Lowry, a 140,000-square-foot mixed-use redevelopment project by Confluent Development and Kelmar located in the heart of Denver’s revitalized Lowry neighborhood. The redevelopment encompasses five acres at the northwest corner of E. Lowry Boulevard and Pontiac Street and will feature restaurant, retail and office space, including natural foods grocer Lucky’s Market.
Another key Denver project, the Eating Recovery Center, was recently named the Best Healthcare Project in the region by ENR Mountain States. The three-story behavioral health hospital developed by Westside Investment Partners opened in January of this year and provides inpatient treatment for people of all ages suffering from eating disorders. The facility offers 70 overnight beds, commercial kitchens, offices, a spa and 55,000 SF of underground parking for patients and visitors. The project also received a merit award for safety.