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Pinkard Commences Village on Main Affordable Senior Apartments Rehabilitation

Pinkard Commences Village on Main Affordable Senior Apartments Rehabilitation

2024-04-19

Pinkard Construction, a recognized leader in Colorado affordable housing renovations, has commenced the $8 million rehabilitation of Village on Main Apartments in Longmont. Formerly known as Village Place Apartments, this project will be the renovation of all 72 units. It will conducted on a “rolling occupancy” basis to optimize the construction schedule with minimal disruptions to the residents. 

 

Challenges include vacating and renovating 13 units at a time while coordinating resident relocations. Pinkard anticipates a five-week renovation window for each 13-unit segment. Other challenges include minimizing water shutoff durations during new boiler installation and working with the owner/design team to find the most effective solutions for minimizing electrical outages associated with electrical system upgrades. 

 

During preconstruction Pinkard provided tax credit funding assistance, design-assist solar electrical input, and ultimately incorporated all owner wish list items into the existing budget. Pinkard also participated in design charettes with residents and the owner/design team to ensure resident programming needs were met. The Longmont Housing Authority is the owner/developer. Rosemann & Associates is the architect. 

 

To minimize the risk of unforeseen conditions, Pinkard and key subcontractors conducted a thorough exploratory demolition prior to construction. 

 

Pinkard President Tony Burke, “We are delighted to be teaming with Longmont Housing Authority to upgrade this beautiful old building and to help improve the lives of its residents. This is our first project with Longmont Housing Authority in many years, and we are excited to renew this important relationship.” 

 

Scope of work on this 68,000 square foot project includes top-to-bottom unit upgrades, common area and exterior improvements, the replacement of boilers, through-wall air conditioners, and electrical meters, plus demolishing an abandoned solar hot water system to allow for a new 165kw roof-mounted ballasted solar electrical system. Pinkard will also be replacing finishes, plumbing fixtures and lighting, roof membranes, and upgrading several units to meet current ADA standards. 

 

Pinkard is prioritizing economies of scale to help meet the hard, finance-driven, 10-month construction schedule. Construction completion is projected to be late September 2024.  

 

The Longmont Housing Authority (LHA) is a quasi-governmental agency authorized by Colorado Statute. The LHA has been in existence since 1975. The City of Longmont is the LHA service area. The LHA exists to provide housing and related services to low income and moderate-income families, elderly, and disabled households and to relieve the community of substandard housing. 

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