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Mortenson Denver Begins Construction on NREL Facility

Mortenson, a top-20 U.S. builder, developer, and engineering services provider with four decades of experience in Colorado, recently started construction on the Research and Innovation Laboratory (RAIL), a new research laboratory on the South Table Mountain Campus of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). This is …

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Reduce Your Utility Expenses This Budget Season

By Rachael Mountain Budget season is back, and that means juggling competing interests when putting together your 2022 budget proposals. If you’re a commercial property owner, one thing your budget always includes is an estimate for utility expenses. Like death and taxes, utility expenses are a given, right? But what …

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Block 162 Earns LEED Certification

Block 162, a 30-story, 606,000-square-foot Class A speculative office building designed by Gensler, has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 Gold Core and Shell status. It is the largest project in Colorado to receive this status, as well as the largest LEED v4 BD+C: CS project in …

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Net Zero Energy Building Design and How to Achieve It

By Laci LeBlanc Global warming is no longer up for debate, and the next steps to address the climate crisis have been put in place. The Paris Agreement mandates net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and the Biden Administration has agreed to the same goal. The building sector accounts for …

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Utah-Based Data Center Company Acquires Two-Building Campus in Colorado Springs

Utah-based Novva Data Centers, a privately held company that provides wholesale and multi-tenant colocation infrastructure services, has acquired a two-building campus, comprising a Tier 3+ data center and industrial facility in Colorado Springs, for $38.5 million. The sale represents Novva’s introduction into the Colorado market. The JLL Capital  Markets Data Center team based …

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Edwards Station Among First to Install Electric Vehicle Supercharging Stations

Recognizing the explosive growth of electric vehicles on the horizon and the need for infrastructure to support these, Edwards Station is installing 12 high-speed electric vehicle supercharging stations starting this month. Located directly off I-70 at Exit 163, Edwards Station will soon offer eight Tesla Superchargers and four universal Electrify America …

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Mortenson Denver to Complete Fourth Project With NREL

Mortenson, a top-20 U.S. builder, developer, and engineering services provider with four decades of experience in Colorado, will build a new research laboratory facility on the South Table Mountain Campus of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, marking the fourth time Mortenson has completed …

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Common Questions About Commercial Solar Energy

By John Shaw An increasing number of businesses are boosting cash flow while also differentiating their business. They are investing in solar to capture waning tax benefits, reduce operating expenses (OpEx), and meet environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria. Navigating the complexities of a solar capital energy improvement can be challenging, so we’ve …

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Law Firm Moves Office to 1144 Fifteenth Street

Law firm Stinson LLP will relocate its Denver office to a new space at 1144 15th Street, bringing its 18 attorneys and 11 staff members into one space, with plans to open in early September. “We’ve been looking forward to getting everyone into one office space for some time,” said Deborah …

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Denver to Adopt New 2021 Building and Fire Code

The City and County of Denver is adopting a new building and fire code, which will incorporate the 2021 series of international codes, as well as advance the voluntary 2019 Denver Green Code. The city will consider amendments to the 2021 international codes to ensure they work for Denver’s specific …

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