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How a Dog Can Change Lives: Precision Contractors’ Focused Approach to Community Involvement

By Peter Hodges The team at Precision Contractors takes pride in the broader impact their construction projects have on the communities around them. Their clients’ investments in building new buildings create dozens of new jobs and new revenue for each neighborhood. To expand the positive impact Precision can make, Bob Hibbard, Precision …

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McWhinney Strengthens Environmental Stewardship, Healthy Living at Centerra

By David Crowder and Celeste Smith At Centerra, the 3,000-acre master-planned community in Loveland, giving back and supporting impactful community engagements are key principles that help strengthen its connection to the broader Northern Colorado region. McWhinney, as the master developer of Centerra, continually looks for opportunities to support those in need while engaging …

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Creatively Supporting Communities with GE Johnson

By Courtney Alexander It is extremely important to GE Johnson employees to give back to the communities where they live and work, and their ingenuity has shown itself with the creative ways they continue to support the community during the restrictions of the pandemic. Last December when GE Johnson and HBA Cares …

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ABC Economic Forecast: Back Half of 2021 Should be Spectacular for Economic Growth

By Katie Rapone, editor On Friday May 7, ABC Rocky Mountain Chapter held its in-person/virtual 2021 Economic Forecast with Dr. Basu, MPP, MA, JD, Ph.D., ABC’s chief economist. Dr Basu shared his insight on how the economy has and will impact Colorado’s construction industry, including his forecast for the remainder of the …

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Mile High Climber: Sam Ward, Interior Designer at Elsy Studios

Mile High CRE is excited to announce that our first Mile High Climber is Sam Ward, interior designer at Denver-based Elsy Studios. 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. …

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Building a Workforce Through Community Engagement

By Callie Morris Many high school students are constantly asked the dreaded question, “What are your plans after high school?” It is a monumental decision that is not to be taken lightly; should they follow in their parents’ footsteps and become doctors? Should they take a year off and travel the world? …

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Why 2021 is the Best Time to Maximize Returns on Solar

By Rachel Mountain, Commercial Solar Project Developer at Namasté Solar The opportunity to earn a compelling return on investment (ROI) by installing clean solar power on your commercial property has never been greater. Solar equipment prices are historically low, and many lucrative incentives will decline in the next two years. The Tax …

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Next-Level Sustainability Company Launches in Denver

By David Mathias As Denver continues to expand its leadership role in green building practices, commercial property owners and building managers continue to seek opportunities to enhance their location’s green footprint for a number of strategic reasons (USGBC). Some look for projects that will afford them green building certifications like LEED/SITES credits, Well …

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How Certifications Help Your Occupants Feel Safe

By Dannie DiIonno, Net Zero Advocacy Manager, BranchPattern  There seems to be an endless supply of building certifications all advertised to building owners to increase property value and help recruit tenants. Some building certifications focus on sustainability and the benefits the building can have on the planet, while others focus on health, …

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Modular Construction: A Contemporary Approach to a Traditional Process

By Tom Merlo, PIOVTEK Business Development Associate Manufactured building components simplify the traditional construction process by reducing typical challenges from the job site. Trade stacking, schedule congestion, inconsistent quality, and variance are critical challenges facing traditional methods of construction. Utilizing manufacturing methods to optimize construction greatly increases productivity and quality while reducing labor requirements …

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