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Mile High Trendy Office: Udemy in Denver’s LoDo

The days of dull cubicle spaces are long gone for Udemy. Their new modern office has been refreshed! Udemy, the global marketplace for learning and teaching online, has an office nestled in the heart of Denver’s LoDo neighborhood, located at 1860 Blake Street Denver, in a historic building constructed in …

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Precast, Prestressed Concrete Provides Benefits for Resilience and Sustainability

By Jim Schneider, LEED AP A building is an enormous investment in funds, labor and materials — not just in present-day terms, but also for the future. Building for tomorrow means making choices that create minimal impact today in the service of a structure that will serve its occupants and …

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Becoming Net Zero: Hard Work Pays Off

By Ryan D. Anderson, associate at 4240 Architecture Inc. Recent years have seen a relative flurry of significant reports emerge on the condition of the climate and the prognosis for its future. While it is abundantly clear that humanity’s steady technological advance has already inflicted irreversible damage upon the planet, the situation …

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Envisioning the Future of Healthcare Construction through Virtual and Augmented Reality

By Lina Stinnett, VDC Director, JE Dunn Construction For an industry undergoing drastic change, the ability of healthcare employees to be adaptable is crucial, as are the facilities in which they work. The flexibility of these buildings addresses healthcare’s constant evolvement over time and responds to the changing needs of the workforce, …

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Mile High Climber: Easton Enge, Director of Pursuit & Transaction Management, Brinkman Real Estate

Mile High CRE is excited to announce that our March Mile High Climber is Easton Enge, director of Pursuit and Transaction Management at Brinkman Real Estate. Mile High Climbers are industry professionals who innovate, inspire, collaborate, and take risks. They are future leaders and change-makers, and they deserve to be …

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Mile High Trendy Office: Triad at Orchard Station (PHOTOS)

In February 2020, Focus Property Group purchased Triad at Orchard Station, a 414,831-square-foot, three-building office campus in Greenwood Village, and hired Cushman & Wakefield and Waring Associates to aid in designing & executing approximately $10 million dollars of improvements, including exterior upgrades, a new tenant lounge, secured bike storage, nearly 60,000 square …

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The Single Source of Truth: Jobsite Innovation for Optimal Workflow

By Tim Jarvey In the construction world, a construction manager’s role often revolves around a seemingly never-ending barrage of challenges from every conceivable direction. From clients, deliveries, engineering and a sea of subcontractors, the sheer volume of players and information involved across a project’s entire lifecycle is staggering. Each party brings a …

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Encore Electric: Blazing the Way into the Future of Construction Technology

By Shannon Taft, marketing communications, Encore Electric One thing we know for certain: change is inevitable, especially with construction technology. The other certainty: we’re only limited by what kind of technology our human brains can dream up next. So, while technology is tangible, it is built by people who want to improve …

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Invest in Solar to Maximize Available Incentives

By John Shaw, co-owner and commercial solar project developer, Namaste Solar Why Solar? The opportunity to earn a compelling return on investment by installing clean solar power on your commercial property has never been greater. Corporate tax rules allow up to 100% depreciation in the first year for solar installations. In conjunction with …

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WIC Week: Harnessing the Full Power of the Workforce

By Maja Rosenquist, senior vice president, Mortenson It’s no secret that women working in construction represent a sliver of the entire U.S. workforce. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 10.9% of the construction industry is made up of women, and only 2.5% of all tradespeople are women. Building a …

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