Golden Triangle Constructors (GTC) is currently under construction on its new headquarters office at the northeast corner of Godding Hollow Pkwy (Weld Co Rd 18) and Raspberry Way in Frederick.
“This is an exciting move for us,” GTC President Todd Schroeder said. “Frederick has retained its small town, family orientation, which resonates for us as a tight-knit firm whose employees value our ‘family feel.’ Additionally, the Town’s location on the I-25 corridor will allow us faster access to all of our projects up and down the Front Range. Frederick’s dynamic growth will also present a number of opportunities for us in and around the Town, itself.”
The town is equally eager to welcome the forty-four-year-old firm to its new location.
“A vibrant business community is the heartbeat of our neighborhoods, the spine of our local economy, and the spirit of our Town,” Frederick Mayor Tracie Crites said. “With that philosophy, I join the Town of Frederick in a warm welcome to Golden Triangle Construction. GTC relocating to the heart of the Carbon Valley shines a bright light on Frederick’s attractive opportunities, rich quality of life, and geographical beauty.”
Crites also mentioned GTC’s ability to take advantage of a new policy in Frederick.
“GTC is the first business to apply for the Town’s recently adopted economic development incentive policy. Incentives were awarded to GTC as part of their relocation to create a business-friendly process to help stimulate job creation and capital investment in targeted industries in Frederick. I am happy to see that Golden Triangle Construction values our traditions, community values, and desire to continue being built on what matters.”
The firm’s new building, designed by Intergroup Architects, will be approximately 14,000 square feet and will feature an abundance of natural light. In addition to windows surrounding the entire building, the break room will also include a glass overhead door that segues into an outdoor patio.
Construction will be completed in December. GTC anticipates being moved in and operational by the end of the year.
Over the past five years the GTC has completed more than $100 million worth of work in Weld County, including Greeley Fire Stations 1, 2, and 6, the ATTC Building on Aims Community College’s Greeley campus, Boulder Community Health’s first Medical Office Building in Erie, Aims’s Public Safety Institute in Windsor, and Intersand America’s first U.S. building in Windsor. GTC’s current Weld County projects include Fort Lupton Fire Station 3 and Galeton Fire Station 2.