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Key Questions for your GC and Yourself

By Steve Rogers, president, 8020 Builders Thinking ahead is the job — and duty — of a general contractor. Their ability to plan for challenges before they occur on a job site and predict where problems may exist, will save you a lot of time and money in the long run. This …

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City Seeks New Contractors for Convention Center Project

View here Denver Public Works has begun the process of finding new contractors to work on the $233 million Colorado Convention Center project, after the city terminated a contract with a project management company for alleged misconduct in December. Denver Public Works released a new request for qualifications for program …

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260 North, Cherry Creek North’s Newest Mixed-Use Treasure, Tops Out

DENVER –260 North Josephine in Cherry Creek North recently topped out, moving this popular Denver neighborhood one step closer to achieving its goal of more office, retail, and parking space. The topping out milestone is especially gratifying given the complexity of the project. Owner Elevation Development Group (EDG), architectural designer Open …

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AEC Industry Raises $53,000 for the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) 

DENVER – The National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) hosted the 44th Annual Wells Fargo Ski Cup on Feb. 22 – 24 at Winter Park Resort. This event is the largest fundraiser for the NSCD, raising $375,000 to support therapeutic recreation summer and winter programs for children and adults with any disability. …

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Construction of Rocky Mountain Fertility Center Nears Final Stages

ENGLEWOOD – Catamount Constructors, a Lakewood-based commercial general contractor and construction management company, is back at it again in the Meridian International Business Center. While simultaneously constructing the Apex Meridian Apartment complex in this area, the team is now making steady progress on a new fertility center in Douglas County. Consisting of a new …

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Canvas Credit Union Breaks Ground in Castle Rock

LONE TREE — Canvas Credit Union broke ground on Friday, March 22, on their second branch location in Castle Rock. Giant paint brushes swept away dirt to reveal a rendering of the new Canvas Meadows Branch, located at 4111 Future Street. Earlier this year the credit union unveiled their first …

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Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground in Denver’s Trendy Arts District

DENVER – Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) and developer Medici Consulting Group (MCG) recently broke ground on Walnut Street Lofts, a permanently affordable housing development adjacent to the 38th and Blake Station on RTD’s A Line Commuter Rail. In an effort to increase long term affordability, the land will join ULC’s …

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AGC of Colorado Members Unite for Charitable Goal

DENVER — Several members of AGC of Colorado recently banded together to sponsor a charity project as a philanthropic way to commemorate the 100th Annual AGC Convention in Denver on April 1 – 4, 2019, that will bring more than 2,000 contractors together. AGC of Colorado partnered with the Home Builders Foundation, …

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DU’s First-Year Residence Hall Breaks Ground

DENVER — The University of Denver’s new first-year residence hall officially broke ground today. The first-year residence hall is one of three buildings currently being rolled out as the first phase of the Denver Advantage Campus Framework Plan. The Dimond Family Residential Village will provide student housing designed to create a strong …

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Denver-based Builder of Supersonic Airliners to Develop First U.S. Manufacturing Facility

Boom Supersonic, the Colorado company building history’s fastest supersonic airliner, has selected Birmingham’s Hoar Program Management (HPM) to lead its program to locate, plan, design, and build its first U.S. manufacturing facility. In this facility, Boom will build Overture — a Mach-2.2 supersonic commercial airliner that will serve hundreds of …

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