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Construction Update: 6900 Layton

As you drive along I-25 near Belleview, it is hard not to notice the shiny new office building taking shape. 6900 Layton at Belleview Station, located at the southeast corner of Newport Street and Layton Avenue in DTC, officially broke ground way back in 2018 but the glass facade of the LEED …

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Morrison Camp Barracks to Undergo $1M Rehabilitation

By Melanie Short, AIA, LEED AP, senior associate, RATIO/HPA In 2019 RATIO | HPA, was hired by the City and County of Denver Parks and Recreation, to design the rehabilitation of the 2,500-square-foot barracks building located near Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado. The overall vision for the property is to …

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125-Acre Industrial Park Announced for Aurora

Mortenson, a top-20 U.S. builder and developer with operations in Denver, in partnership with Minneapolis-based Hyde Development, has announced the purchase and planned development of a 2.2 million-square-foot, Class A industrial park in Aurora. The undeveloped 125-acre site is ideally located along E-470 at 64th Avenue in Aurora, east of the …

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Arvada’s Largest Spec Industrial Development Breaks Ground

Los Angeles-based Cale Enterprises has broken ground on Mountain Gateway, a two-building industrial park in Arvada totaling 142,180 square feet, expected to be completed in Q3 2020. The project will be the largest speculative industrial project built in Denver’s supply-constrained west submarket in more than 15 years, where only 370,500 square feet of …

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Construction Costs in Denver Increased 4.9% Last Year

With the presidential race taking shape, the conversation about how the outcome of the election will affect the construction industry is warming up. The 2019 federal budget deficit totaled $984 billion, and the Treasury Department estimates it will hit $1 trillion in 2020. Recent developments on the international stage, such …

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Majestic Realty Refinances Part of its Commercenter Industrial Portfolio

Allianz Real Estate, the world’s largest investor in real estate, has signed an agreement with Majestic Realty Co. to finance part of their 9-building industrial portfolio at Majestic Commercenter in Aurora. The nine non-crossed collateralized loans amount to $135 million and follow eight additional loans already provided to Majestic. “As …

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Well-Being a Core Tenant of the Saunders Workplace

By Brad Marsh, vice president of Safety and Human Resources, Saunders Construction, Inc. With a tight construction labor force and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation, never has it been more important for Colorado employers to find creative ways to attract and retain employees. Saunders Construction, Inc., a leading …

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Pinkard Construction Awarded Highlands Ranch Service Center Renovation

Pinkard Construction has been awarded the Highlands Ranch Metro District’s renovation and addition to its service center facility. The existing 12,000-square-foot service center was constructed in 1999 for the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department and provides workspaces for Administration, Recreation, Planning, Facilities, Parks, Parkways, Park Services, Open Space, Forestry, and Fleet Sections. …

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Alliance Construction Solutions’ Growth Spurs Rebrand 

Alliance Construction Solutions (Alliance), a premier general contracting firm serving Colorado, Wyoming and surrounding mountain states, recently underwent a rebrand to reflect the changes and growth the company has gone through in the last several years. Aligning their overall brand, internally and externally, with continuation of the culture Alliance has …

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Denver Art Museum Partners with OMA New York to Realize New Design Galleries

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will unveil its new design galleries and hands-on design studio on June 6, 2020, as part of the phased reopening of the newly renovated Gio Ponti-designed Martin Building (formerly North Building). The DAM chose OMA New York to help realize the design for nearly 10,000 …

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