Denver, CO – Vertix Builders recently completed another project for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science: the Grab N Go and TRex Café upgrades.
The project included an extensive remodel of the Grab N Go area as well as selective enhancements at the TRex café. Frequent visitors will no doubt recognize the updating of the café and eating areas, as well as lighting updates throughout. In addition to the remodeling effort, Vertix Builders assisted the Museum in coordinating separate vendors to ensure a smooth and team-oriented construction process.
This project is the latest in a series of enhancements completed by Vertix Builders, including the relocation of the Mars Rover exhibit and the Virtual Science Academy build-out.
“We highly value our relationship with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, yet another client we have a long-lasting relationship with, and look forward to continuing the collaborative atmosphere with their team,” said Ted Laszlo, vice-president of Vertix Builders, which includes a team of construction professionals who have delivered over $1 billion in projects. “Our company has a wealth of experience in a variety of construction types, including healthcare, education, and office. But recognizing that each project is unique and requires unique solutions allows us to meet the critical construction needs of our clients.”
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