Fortune 500 Company Relocates to Arapahoe County to Expand Denver Operation

DENVERTranswestern’s Denver office recently announced Olympic Metals (A Bralco Metals Company), a division of Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., is developing a new facility in Arapahoe County. Transwestern’s Craig Paton and Craig Bustos sold the current facility in Commerce City and represented Olympic Metals in the land acquisition for its new headquarters.

Olympic Metals is building an $8 million, state-of- the-art office/warehouse building totaling 62,000-square-feet in Dove Valley Business Park. Bill Lawrence, senior vice president at Transwestern, is developing the 9.87-acre project for Olympic Metals.

“We are more than doubling our space with the new facility,” said Greg Gibb, Division Manager of Olympic Metals. “Working with a team that provides brokerage and development services has ensured we are on track with our objectives and that we found the best location for our growing business.”

The new facility, is slated for completion in February 2018. Located at 7956 S. Potomac St. in Centennial, the new location has access to C-470, Interstate 25 and a vast labor pool that feeds the Denver Tech Center.

“Olympic Metals was looking for room to grow in a stable area that would provide proximity and visibility for their customers and employees. Dove Valley Business Park was the perfect solution for both of these goals,” said Paton.

Bustos added, “Olympic Metals was attracted to the low cost of land and pro-business structure of Arapahoe County. Our client has been doing business in Denver for nearly 40 years, and we are glad to have helped find a location that met all their needs for growth, affordability and longevity so that they could stay in the Denver area.”

Image courtesy of Olympic Metals.

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