Bryan Construction Sets Sights on Expansion with New Office in Centennial

Bryan Construction, a leading construction company since 1978, recently moved into a new 6,000-square-foot office at 7807 E. Peakview Ave. in Centennial.

According to Brandon Orna, executive manager in Denver, the company was at capacity in its old space, located at 5575 DTC Parkway, where its second floor location made it challenging for visitors to find. The new office’s location on the first floor, right off the main lobby was very appealing to the company. Its proximity to highways, allowing easy access to the entire region was also a major draw. The construction company currently employs 22 people at its Centennial office and is committed to expanding its capabilities and staff in the Denver market.

“We needed room to grow for our five-year plan and provide a better functioning space that allowed for better communication and teamwork for our employees. Our previous office was very linear and provided less opportunity for employees to see each other regularly due to our existing space’s restricted layout,” says Orna. “We have been growing consistently since we opened our Denver office ten years ago, and we plan to continue on this trajectory. Our goal is to outgrow our current space within the next five years and explore opportunities for expansion in the community. In the past two years, our company has become 100% employee-owned. This transition has fostered an ownership mentality for our team members that is reflected in everything we do. As a result of this, we are able to provide a better experience for our clients.”

Bryan Construction was represented by CBRE’s Frederic de Loizaga and Layne Vorhees in the five-year lease agreement. JLL’s John Beason represented the landlord.

Bryan Construction has a diverse portfolio in both new builds and tenant finishes in industries such as multifamily, education, cybersecurity, and healthcare, to name a few. Recent projects for the company include: All Copy HeadquartersHeritage at Church Ranch (that involved the preservation and restoration of a unique 165-year-old barn with historical value), Transwest, CLMBR Headquarters, Solid Ground Apartments for Mental Health, Fruita Mews Affordable Workforce Housing, Swedish Trauma Research and Venture X.

Its Denver office serves a wide geographic area, including Castle Rock, Frederick, Grand Junction, Fruita, and the I-70 corridor. Bryan Construction also has offices in Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, as well as an international office in Istanbul, Turkey.

The construction company is also determined to establish itself as the top general contractor in Denver’s Biotechnology market as part of its commitment to growth and excellence. Denver has become a hub for a fast-growing biotech industry.

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