In response to the growth and increased demand for its award-winning infrastructure solutions, HNTB Corporation has relocated its Denver office to a larger, more dynamic space at the U.S. Bank Tower located at 950 17th Street in downtown Denver. This strategic move underscores HNTB’s commitment to providing exceptional services to its clients while accommodating the company’s escalating expansion.
The office is located on the 20th floor of the building. Kathryn Rust, HNTB’s own associate interior designer II, designed the office, which depicts the collaborative working environment, including a vibrant common area centered around an innovative open-concept kitchen.
The transition to the new office comes from a need for larger and more advanced workspace to meet the evolving needs of its clients and to provide a conducive environment for its expanding team. The new office is easily accessible to clients because of its ideal location in the heart of downtown Denver. The space bolsters more than 20,000 square feet, offering amazing views from the twentieth floor that overlook the bustling cityscape. With its spacious design, the office provides ample room for employees, creating a dynamic and inspiring work environment that merges stunning vistas with functional workspace.
“With this move, we are strategically positioning ourselves to deliver even higher levels of service and innovation, ensuring that we can exceed our clients’ expectations,” said Reza Akhavan, PE, HNTB’s Denver office leader.
The office relocation is accompanied by additional new professionals across various departments, a testament to HNTB’s commitment to fostering a dynamic and diverse workforce. These skilled professionals bring a wealth of expertise to HNTB, ensuring the company’s continued ability to deliver innovative solutions and maintain its competitive edge.
Owned by Hines, U.S. Bank Tower at 950 17th Street is a 389 ft (119m) tall office skyscraper that was completed in 1975 and has 26 floors. The timeless landmark has a highly-coveted location in the central business district. The property features a 501,375-square-foot marble clad Class A office tower, a 20,000 square feet prime retail center, and seven levels of parking.