Movers and Shakers Week of 05/08/17

Movers and Shakers

Denver Architect Names New Principal

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Denver – Ohlson Lavoie Collaborative (OLC) is pleased to announce that Brenda Amsberry has been promoted to Principal. Brenda has over 25 years of experience and leads OLC’s Interior Design department. Some of Brenda’s recent projects include the DoubleTree Hotels in Denver and Stapleton, the Colorado Golf Club, and the Schlessman YMCA.

“Brenda has been instrumental in her leadership of OLC’s Interior Design team. She championed our recent diversification into hospitality and continues to be a key talent in the fulfillment of OLC’s “full service” promise in our healthcare, recreation and club design sectors. She will be a design voice in the OLC chorus for many years to come,” says Hervey Lavoie, president.

Ohlson Lavoie Collaborative (OLC) is an international architectural firm, founded in 1961 and headquartered in Denver with offices in Orlando, Tokyo and Cairo. We are committed, enthusiastic and driven to deliver stellar architecture, interior design and aquatic design. For the past 34 years, we have focused on athletic, fitness and wellness facilities, including athletic/sports clubs, commercial fitness centers, medically-based wellness centers, recreation centers, spas, and a broad range of aquatic projects. OLC has designed projects in 47 states and 11 countries.


CALLÉ HEWETTAmbient Energy Names New Commissioning Team Leader

Denver – Steven Anticknap joins Ambient Energy as the new Commissioning Team Leader in Denver. Anticknap is a graduate from the University of Regina where he completed a Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Industrial System Engineering. With registrations as a Professional Engineer, LEED AP, Certified Commissioning Professional and Certified Energy Manager, Steven contributes crucial elements of commissioning knowledge to our team.

Steven brings 17 years of commissioning experience – he has worked as an MEP designer, energy management engineer, a commissioning engineer and a commissioning manager on the construction side. His first commissioning project was a launch facility for a rocket at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida – there could be no mistakes on the first job! Other challenging projects he has commissioned include large central utility plants, mission critical defense projects, data centers, and airports.  He has experience in a wide variety of sectors including aviation, military, hospitality, vehicle maintenance, and education.

A couple of his notable projects include work on the Los Angeles International Airport and the Defense Information System Agency Headquarters located in Fort Meade, MD. Read more about Steven’s work on the Fort Meade project in the published ASHRAE Journal December 2011, Testing for Leakage in Underfloor Plenums. Ambient Energy is thrilled to have Steven Anticknap join our growing firm and contribute his skills and experience to our team.


REC Announce New Offices

Greenwood Village — Real Estate Consultants of Colorado (REC) President, James A. Hopkins, announces new leases to EDWARD JONES in Arvada and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Working on behalf of St. Louis-based Edward Jones, Hopkins provided a full menu of tenant representation services to identify suitable locations and suitable leasing terms for new investment offices.

Address: 1755 Telstar Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Description: 1,350 square foot office

Address: 6410 Miller Street, Arvada, Colorado
Description: 1,335 square foot office

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