Affordable Micro-Apartments in Uptown Near Completion

DENVER — Economist micro-apartments, by Denver-based developer Pando Holdings, are nearing completion in Uptown Denver. The 97-unit residential micro-apartments feature well-designed units that maximize space and reflect the growing trend for a minimalist, urban lifestyle at 1578 Humboldt Street. Oz Architecture is the project architect, W.E. O’Neil is the project general contractor …


Groundbreaking: Colorado School of Mines’ Residence Hall

GOLDEN — Colorado School of Mines and Confluence Companies — a Golden-based developer and builder — have broken ground on a new residence hall for sophomore students at 1750 Jackson Street in Golden.  The new construction project is a public-private partnership between the Colorado School of Mines (Mines) and Confluence Companies …


DAM North Building Renovation Project Crane Assembly Marks a Milestone and Temporarily Closes Roads

DENVER — Marking a major milestone for the North Building renovation project at the Denver Art Museum (DAM), the museum will soon be the temporary home to a 260-foot-tall Manitowoc 2250 crane that will be able to lift materials weighing as much as approximately 33,000 lbs. The erection of the crane …


Two Additional Hotels Planned for Centerra in Loveland

LOVELAND – McWHINNEY and Stonebridge Companies recently partnered to deliver the fourth hotel in Loveland’s Centerra master-planned community. Construction is underway on the Courtyard by Marriott property, which is planned to open in late 2018. In addition, the partnership has also announced plans for two additional hotels, supporting demand for hospitality offerings …


Restored Ironworks Building to Open as Denver’s Newest Event Space

DENVER— Following years of dormancy, the Ironworks building in Denver has been carefully restored into a new event venue set to open this fall. Dating back to the turn of the century (1903), the Midwest Steel and Ironworks was a Denver landmark, serving as the headquarters for the drafting and operations of …

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Construction Careers Now Provides Solution to Colorado’s Construction Labor Shortage

DENVER —  Despite having already broken ground on the highly-publicized $1.2 billion Central-70 project on August 3, 2018, the construction workforce shortage in Colorado continues to remain at the forefront of local contractors’ top concerns. According to the Associated General Contractors of America 2018 Construction Outlook Survey for Colorado, 73 percent …


Saunders Receives SMPS Award of Excellence

DENVER – Saunders Construction, Inc. has received a Marketing Communications Award (MCA) from the Society of Marketing Professionals (SMPS) for excellence in developing their internal Project Spotlights newsletter. ​Of the 92 companies from across the country to receive a MCA honor, Saunders is the only company from Colorado to receive an Award of Excellence. All …


Construction Update: Laurel Cherry Creek Condos

DENVER– Construction of Laurel Cherry Creek, developed by PAULSCORP, continues to progress at a steady pace with the recent announcement that Haselden Construction is now assembling the rooftop entertainment deck on top of the building, and the base of the building is currently being wrapped with limestone panels.  The activity is helping to maintain the …


GE Johnson Construction Co. Delivers 18 K-12 Projects

COLORADO SPRINGS — GE Johnson Construction Company successfully delivered 18 school projects in Colorado and Wyoming this summer, including renovations and additions, new construction and smaller construction projects, representing more than $94 million in on-time construction delivery. The following K-12 school projects were completed in Colorado: One middle school and three elementary school …

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Denver Business Journal Announces 2018 Outstanding Women in Business

The Denver Business Journal recently announced the 2018 winners of its Outstanding Women in Business — a celebration honoring women for their accomplishments in 13 categories. Nominees were judged on innovation, entrepreneurship, professional accomplishments and community leadership. Two women were finalists in the Architects, Construction and Engineering category: Director of …