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Turner Construction Begins Pavilion K Renovations Denver Health

Denver, CO – Turner Construction’s Special Projects Division has begun extensive renovations to Pavilion K on the campus of Denver Health. The 34,000 square foot, three-story building currently provides Outpatient Behavioral Health Services and is one of the oldest buildings on campus.

Designed by Davis Partnership and Cator Ruma, planned upgrades include a full mechanical system upgrade, new electrical service, complete roof and window replacement, and a new fire alarm system. Restoration of the brick exterior include tuckpointing and new precast elements. Exterior HVAC riser enclosures are also included in the project. During construction, the building will undergo asbestos abatement. Upon completion, the facility will provide enhanced office and outpatient space.

This building will be fully occupied during construction and will have multiple phases.

Logo courtesy of Turner Construction

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