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Designer Volleyball League Going Strong After 42 Years

By Nancy Kristof, president, Message Matters When some designers at a few Denver-area architecture firms decided to decompress from the studio by getting together to play volleyball at Washington Park back in 1979, they started a local AEC industry tradition that’s still going strong today after more than 40 years. Now a …

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Mile High Climber: Zach Allison, Field Supervisor with Weifield Group

Mile High CRE is excited to announce that September’s Mile High Climber is Zach Allison, field supervisor at Weifield Group, a Colorado-based national leader in cutting-edge electrical construction. As a field supervisor, Zach plays a vital role within the project team. He uses his expertise in the electrical field to …

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Why Mentoring is So Important

By Tamara Alexander-Johnson “Our Legacy isn’t the work, it’s the people,” is a quote by Todd Henry in his book Herding Tigers. One day I wondered to myself: five or 10 years from now, when people think back about me and my career, what will they remember? That’s when I decided it …

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Q&A with Rick Pederson, Vice Chairman of Bow River Capital

The U.S. economy at midyear is booming, but costs are moving just as fast. U.S. CPI jumped 0.9% on both the headline and core rates in June, surprising many. The June monthly headline is the largest surge since 2008, while the core reading is the biggest gain since late 1981, according to …

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Mile High Trendy Office: Home Advisor HQ (PHOTOS)

When HomeAdvisor — the largest home services marketplace in the world — sought to relocate their headquarters from Golden to Denver, they envisioned a creative and flexible space that aligned with their employee values and complemented the artistic nature of their new RiNo neighborhood. The beautiful headquarters houses around 400 employees …

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Uplight Returning to the Office with a Bang

By Matt Magrann, co-founder & CEO of PROJEX Inc. Over the past year and a half, our lives have been flipped upside down. COVID forced us into a new “normal” that would significantly impact our lives personally and professionally. With the vast majority of us working from home, business owners had big …

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Mile High Climber: Sara Bonacquist, Associate with Design Workshop

Mile High CRE is excited to announce that August’s Mile High Climber is Sara Bonacquist, associate with Design Workshop. Mile High Climbers are industry professionals who are new to their field or are in the early years of the profession. They innovate, inspire, collaborate, and take risks. They are future …

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The Rally Hotel: Denver’s Home Field Advantage

By Katie Rapone It is undeniable that McGregor Square has elevated the ball game experience. The Rally Hotel is the latest extension of that experience, as a top choice for staycationers and out-of-towners looking for a home base during baseball season. The Rally is an upscale boutique hotel—featuring 176 luxury cozy …

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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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Leveling Up Multifamily Design for the Next Generation of Apartment Users

By Ashley Stiles Multifamily development was on a strong growth trajectory well before the COVID-19 pandemic upended the world economy, but the product type is seeing more demand than ever in some urban markets as for-sale housing becomes even more difficult and expensive to come by. Nationwide, 518,000 multifamily units have been absorbed …

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