Inner City Health Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Building Expansion

Inner City Health, 3800 York Street, Denver. Photo credit: Howell Construction

On June 22, Howell Construction celebrated the successful completion of Inner City Health’s (ICH’s) Phase 1 – Building Expansion project. ICH, located at 3800 York Street, can now serve more than 1,500 new patients, many of whom are among the 265,000 Coloradans currently without healthcare access, and more than 12,000 additional patient visits annually.

The 8,400-square-foot expansion includes a lobby/reception area, medical, dental, and behavioral care rooms, restrooms, and a conference/meeting center. Additionally, a parking lot was constructed to support ICH’s growth.

The ribbon cutting ceremony marked the official grand opening of ICH’s Denver facility expansion. Will Barnes, ICH board chair, presented Kraig Burleson, former CEO, with an award honoring him for 30 years of tenure and 25 years as CEO. Charles Gilford was also recognized and promoted to CEO.

“I thoroughly enjoyed collaborating with the ICH team on this significant project and am excited to begin the Phase 2 renovation,” said Jeff Engemoen, Howell project manager.

Inner City Health is a Christ-centered healthcare home for underserved individuals with consistent, high-quality treatment in an atmosphere of genuine respect. As it enters its 40th year of serving metro Denver, the mission of ICH remains sharply focused on providing equitable, high-quality healthcare for all.

Howell Construction, a locally owned, full-service general contracting firm in business since 1935, provides construction management, design-build, and collaborative
construction services along Colorado’s Front Range. Howell specializes in building in technically intensive, high-risk environments where the consequences of failure are high. Howell focuses on general commercial, advanced industries, healthcare, corporate interiors, and public sector markets.

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