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Meet Jon Gambrill from Gensler, the Architecture Firm Helping to Shape Cherry Creek West

This article originally appeared on cherrycreekwest.com Award-winning commercial real estate firm East West Partners recently spoke with Jon Gambrill, co-managing director of Denver-based architecture firm Gensler — the firm helping to shape Cherry Creek West — to learn what sets the company apart from others and what fuels his passion for his work. …

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The State of Hospitality: Q&A with Neville Rustomjee, President of Hotel Brokers America

The hotel industry was one of the hardest hit during COVID as travel was severely impacted and city, state, and federal health guidelines limited group gatherings. Many of the larger full-service hotels that hosted business meetings, and hotels close to convention centers located in the Central Business District (CBD) of cities across the U.S., were …

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Q&A with Jami Mohlenkamp, Principal at OZ Architecture

Jami Mohlenkamp, principal at OZ Architecture, leads the Senior Living practice and is passionate about creating spaces that elevate the daily living experience of aging in place. His drive to improve the quality of design and environments is supported by a strong commitment to technical expertise in building design. Jami has worked on …

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Q&A with Kate Lucas, AICP, RE|Solutions, LLC

As a planner specializing in entitlements, conceptual site design, land planning, and community engagement, Kate Lucas, planning project manager with RE|Solutions, LLC, has worked with over 45 different municipalities and numerous resident groups. She has managed the design, entitlement, and CEQA process for brownfield projects ranging from quarter-acre single-use sites …

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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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Celebrating Women in Construction Week

By Katie Rapone, editor Since 1953, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) has been advocating for women in the construction industry and helping create a support network for those women in the field. Women in Construction Week, March 7-13, was started to highlight women as a vital part …

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Q&A with Liz McDonald, Principal of Johnson Nathan Strohe

Liz McDonald, principal at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, is a dynamic leader known for designing and delivering spaces that achieve the perfect balance of creativity and practicality. As the firm’s youngest principal, she oversees the firm’s multifamily division, leading projects that are at the forefront of housing trends. Facts about Liz: Married …

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Q&A with Scott Farrell, President of i2 Construction

Scott Farrell, LEED AP, is president and partner at Denver-based i2 Construction, a full service general contractor with a focus on complex commercial construction projects — ranging from brand forward corporate interiors and technical medical/laboratory facilities, to new building construction and exterior additions/improvements. While embracing his roots of growing up in a …

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Q&A with Piper Pierce, president of Collegiate Peaks Bank DTC

Piper Pierce, a banking industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience, will serve as president of Collegiate Peaks Bank’s new location in the Denver Tech Center, located at 5450 Greenwood Plaza Blvd. Pierce recently shared with Mile High CRE, her optimistic outlook on the south metro real estate market. Why did …

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Architect of the Month: Lauren Falcon, Associate AIA, Stantec

Lauren Falcon, Assoc. AIA was raised northwest of St. Cloud, Minnesota in a town named Albany. Growing up, Falcon was surrounded by carpenters, ceramic artists and hobby enthusiasts who suggested pursuing architecture to her when she was in high school. She then went on to pursue an architectural master’s degree …

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