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MTech Mechanical Raises $80,000 for Suicide Prevention & Awareness

MTech Mechanical held the second annual Samborski Memorial Clay Shoot on Saturday, August 28 at Kiowa Creek Sporting Clays. MTech donated a total of $80,000 to the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado & American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Colorado Chapter. “The statistics about the suicide rates in the construction industry …

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DU Unveils Three New Campus Buildings

As students return to a full, in-person campus experience at the University of Denver’s (DU) campus, they will occupy and utilize three large new buildings that have opened gradually over the course of the pandemic. The buildings include a new community commons, a new residence hall for first-year students, and a new career …

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Topping Out: Hydro Building on CSU Spur Campus

The HYDRO building, one of three new facilities located on the CSU Spur campus at the National Western Center, will top out this week. The ceremony, when the final steel beam is placed on the Hydro structure, will take place at noon on September 16. Attendees may watch via live …

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Experiential Sportsman’s Club Coming to Lakewood

Nadel Architecture, a Los Angeles-based architecture and design firm, has announced the groundbreaking of The Gallery Sportsman’s Club & Range, a new state-of-the-art facility in Lakewood that features a high-tech shooting range, retail, coffee bar and lounge. The facility, located at 1350 Colorado Mills Parkway and owned by Mark Hymanson LLC, is …

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Deviation Distilling Opens at Dairy Block

Deviation Distilling, downtown Denver’s only gin distillery, is set to open in the heart of Dairy Block’s mixed-used alley tomorrow, September 2. Deviation is the brainchild of Bob and Cindi Wiley and Gade. Interior designer Chelsea Fish and architect Jim Pfeiffer of UNUM collaborative, designed the establishment that transforms an 1800s firehouse into …

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Meow Wolf Announces Third Permanent Installation and Opening Date

The wait is almost over. Meow Wolf, an immersive arts and entertainment company, recently announced the highly-anticipated theme and opening date for its third permanent installation: Convergence Station will be coming to Denver on Sept. 17, with tickets now on sale. “Denver’s art scene is active and vibrant, making it the perfect …

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HNTB Holds Networking Event for Minority and Women-Owned Companies

The Denver office of HNTB — an employee-owned infrastructure firm serving public and private owners and contractors — recently hosted a networking event for minority- and women-owned enterprises and disadvantaged businesses in the area. More than 65 people with 26 firms attended the event. HNTB staff facilitated introductions between the firm and …

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Boulder Workplace Solutions Company Purchased by David Chapman and Laura Boyd Chapman

BC Interiors, a Boulder-based workplace solutions firm that creates innovative working and learning spaces for the commercial and educational markets, has been acquired by established business leaders David Chapman and Laura Boyd Chapman. Incoming President and Co-Owner David Chapman is a strategic and operational leader with more than 20 years …

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First-of-its-Kind Center for Creativity Opens in Five Points

The first phase of ArtPark Community Hub, a new creative center in the Five Points neighborhood for innovation, education, small business and community building, is now complete. Located at 35th Street and Arkins Court in Denver, the $4.5 million ArtPark is an adaptive reuse project built by RiNo Art District, a 501(c)(6) …

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The “State of Green” in Denver

Cities and urban planners are becoming aware of the critical importance of considering how to make their cities greener. One of the primary reasons for increasing green areas is as a measure against the pressure of heat and extreme weather that is brought about by global warming. It is also …

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