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  • 4725 South Lowell | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    4725 South Lowell Denver, Colorado, USA Denver Housing Authority 100,201 Sq. Ft., 96 Units Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, Extensive Site Infrastructure, Enterprise Green Communities, Wood Framed, Tight Site, Sustainable, LIHTC, Occupied, Addition, Renovation, Ground Up 4725 S. Lowell, an affordable multi-family apartment development owned by the Denver Housing Authority (DHA) was built in 1964. Its leaking pipes, mold, structural damage and inefficient heat for both the units and hot water were just a few of the many problems prompting DHA to initiate a rehabilitation of this property. Along with rehabilitation of the existing structure, DHA wanted to add 50% more units to the site. Initially, the idea was to "pop-the-to" and add an extra level, but it was found that the structure couldn't support this approach. The existing building is a "square donut" with a large center courtyard so the idea was proposed to build another structure inside this courtyard, something that has never before been done in Denver. This approach had many valuable outcomes including fitting in with the scale of the neighborhood and effectively making the new 4-story structure "disappear". This project had many challenges, most of which were a result of the building-within-a-building design. Myriad issues with fire codes and site drainage had to be solved and close coordination between Pinkard, DHA and WORKSHOP 8 was essential. The new building, comprising 91,900 sf is an attractive structure which meets Enterprise Green Communities Standards. Winner of the Colorado NAHRO Affordable Housing Design Award 2013 Construction Expertise Creative Conceptual Programming and Budgeting Read More Related Affordable Housing Construction See Projects Multi-Family Construction See Projects In-House Wood Framing See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags Reset The Irving at Mile High Vista Tight Site, Ground Up, Affordable Housing, Multi-Family, Non-Profit, Ground-Up, Tight site, Multi-Family Housing Learn More Willoughby Corner Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, Senior Living, Ground Up, LIHTC, Extensive Site Infrastructure, Photovoltaic, Sustainable Learn More Krisana Affordable Apartments Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, LIHTC, Sustainable, Ground Up, Mixed-Use, Wood Framed Learn More The Spoke on Coffman Apartments Affordable Housing, Mixed-Use, Multi-Family Housing, Publicly Funded, Enterprise Green Communities, Sustainable, Wood Framed, LIHTC, Parking Structure, Ground Up Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Pool and Natatorium Constuction

    Pool and Natatorium Constuction Pinkard Construction is an expert in pool construction, having successfully built over 60 indoor and outdoor pools while facing challenges such as cost control, escalation, and procurement. Pinkard pays close attention to the pool shell, pool deck construction, and mechanical and pool equipment installation. Commissioning is a critical stage, and Pinkard commits to providing ample manpower promptly to ensure it goes smoothly. Learn More Our Pool Experience 60+ Indoor/Outdoor Pools Pinkard Construction’s team has undeniable expertise in pool construction. They have successfully built over 50 recreation centers and 60 indoor and outdoor pools, overcoming significant challenges. Pinkard's Pool Checklist Pinkard Construction's team has a Pool Facility Checklist for a well-designed pool. The checklist covers considerations like circulation, filtration, decking, finishes, HVAC, and safety. It's used to provide our clients with early and accurate pricing. A Deep Bench Our swimming pool specialists will collaborate with soils and civil engineers, pool installers, and the many specialty subcontractors needed to deliver efficiently-operating pools that give you years of worry-free operation. Renovations and Additions See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Recreation Construction See Projects Municipal Construction See Projects Contact Us Our Services Featured Projects Button Button Market Type Features Value Reset Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center Public Projects, Recreation, Indoor Pool, Renovation, Ground Up Learn More Bison Ridge Recreation Center Public Projects, Recreation, Gymnasium, Gymnastics, Commercial Kitchen, Humidity Controlled Environments, Indoor Track, Administration, Ground Up, Pool Learn More Frasier Meadows Master Plan Senior Living, Recreation, Multi-Family Housing, Market Rate, Indoor Pool, Occupied, Ground Up, Renovation, Addition, Independent Living, Reahbilitation Learn More Moorhead Recreation Center Public Projects, Recreation, Indoor Pool, Gymnasium, Commercial Kitchen, Structural Steel Superstructure, Masonry, Addition, Renovation Learn More Our Services Button Button Ground-Up Construction Pinkard has 60 years experience managing ground-up construction projects with an average size of $11 million and project values up to $100 million. Our relationship-based approach ensures clients receive exceptional value while their team of professionals can handle any challenges. See Projects Recreation Construction Pinkard is a 60-year Colorado recreation center construction leader with a team of specialists with experience integrating the many systems necessary for a properly functioning recreation center. We have constructed over 50 recreation projects across the Front Range for public and private clients. Our swimming pool specialists collaborate with various experts to deliver efficiently operating pools that give years of worry-free operation. See Projects Renovations and Additions Pinkard Construction is a leading renovation contractor with 60 years of experience, with almost 250 renovations (over half our workload). Our expertise in the field is evident in 15 renovation projects being recognized as the best in the nation by the National Associated Builders and Contractors organization. See Projects Municipal Construction Pinkard has extensive experience working with public/municipal clients, having completed over 90 projects for 37 clients across the Colorado Front Range. These projects range in scope and complexity, from high-rise renovations to ground-up medical office buildings. Through this work, Pinkard has gained insights into these clients' unique needs and challenges, including a focus on accountability and fiscal responsibility to citizens. See Projects Read Case Studies Button Button Have You Ever Been to a Dirt Summit? Pinkard Construction Saves Commerce City $950,000 in Bison Ridge Recreation Center Project. Read It More Case Studies What Our Clients Say Select Type Button Button They Always Took Care Of It "And what was great about at least one of those expectations I had for me that was an over-performing part as the superintendent, Leighton and Troy always listened to me. And there's one thing that I'm never afraid of is I'm going to speak up. If something concerns me, I'm going to speak up. I'm not going to try to be an ass about it but I'm going to let you know that I've got a problem with this or that or whatever it is. They always listened. They always took care of it." See the Project One of the most successful projects "I know I speak for all members of the Facilities Management team, the design team, and Athletics in general when I say this is one of the most successful projects ever built on this campus. Thank you for your part in making this project such a great success." See the Project Coming Up With VE Solutions "Pinkard came to the table a little better than the architect did as far as coming up with VE solutions" See the Project You Guys Over Perform In Every Area "I'm going to be completely honest. I will say that to me-- I can't speak for anyone else in this city. This is just for myself only. To me, you guys over-perform in every area, every expectation that I have." See the Project Worked Hard To Come Up With Solutions ".... [The] team worked really hard to come up with solutions that would get us where we needed to be dollar wise and that wouldn't compromise the design intent too much" See the Project Great Taking On Unexpected Challenges Your superintendent Mike Rife really did a wonderful job. He was great, taking on (unexpected) challenges and stress, and he handled it like a champ. See the Project Meet Our Team Button Button Anthony Burke, LEED AP, President A Pinkard employee since 1999, Tony Started as a project engineer. He has moved through the ranks as senior engineer, project manager, senior project manager, and construction manager. Tony has a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Management from Purdue University and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Connect Blake Chambliss, Chief Operations Officer Construction Manager Blake Chambliss has been with Pinkard for almost 40 years. His list of successful projects spans just about the entire gamut of project types, from satellite uplink facilities to recreation centers, multi-family, senior housing, fire training centers, healthcare, and Class A office buildings. Connect Odette Bent-Buckles, Chief Financial Officer Odette joined Pinkard Construction as Chief Financial Officer in 2014. With a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from UCCS, Odette oversees Pinkard’s accounting, human resources, and information technology departments. She has been in the construction industry since 1994. Connect Jose Amaya, Chief Business Development Officer Jose has recently served in executive-level business development roles at companies like JE Dunn Construction, Cumming Corporation, and Select Building Group Commercial. He has identified opportunities and built relationships with Owners, Developers, General Contractors, and Architectural/Engineering firms for the last 25 years. Connect We're Hiring! Pinkard supports, develops, and keeps its talent close to home. See Our Culture Apply Today! Subcontractor Partners Our work is only as good as the trusted subcontractors that work with us Prequalify Today! See Projects

  • Strong Pricing and Budget Phase Leadership

    Strong Pricing and Budget Phase Leadership 2022-03-14 Share Share CSU hired Pinkard to work with the architect during programming to assist with pricing and budget instead of at the end of schematic design, which is customary with the State of Colorado contract. CSU made this move because they recognized that Morgan Library would be a complex renovation fraught with many unforeseen conditions and complicated sequencing. Also, CSU’s “wish list” amounted to almost 29 million dollars. Their budget was $11 million. By bringing Pinkard in early, CSU mitigated some of the complications of the compressed design schedule, allowing Pinkard to provide significantly enhanced, targeted pricing and very accurate estimates. Pinkard also got a jump on planning the schedule, sequencing and locking in pricing for materials and equipment. One method for locking-in pricing was hiring mechanical and electrical subcontractors very early in design. These subs helped provide accurate ME pricing and pre-ordered major equipment, avoiding price increases that would damage CSU’s budget. To mitigate cost overruns in construction, Pinkard and Studiotrope worked with CSU to create a budget anticipating massive unforeseen conditions. The team “under-budgeted” the project but wrote over 25 add-alternates into the estimate. This way, as Pinkard and Studiotrope found creative field solutions to save CSU money during construction, CSU could activate the alternates as needed. This approach was so successful that CSU could claim their alternates and still have money for additional scope “extras.” Learn More Adaptive Reuse Construction Learn More Higher Education Construction See Projects Occupied Renovation Construction See Projects CSU Morgan Library Renovation and Addition Learn More Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Men’s Mental Health Month: “We Must Keep Talking About It” 2024-06-28 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Rescuing a Renovation: Sloan's Lake Rehabilitation Center

    Rescuing a Renovation: Sloan's Lake Rehabilitation Center 2023-08-01 Share Share The Sloan’s Lake Care and Rehabilitation Center project at Sloan’s Lake Medical Center in Denver was intended to be a dramatic upgrade to allow for enhanced patient care within a new, state-of-the-art facility. The scope of work in the six-story building included a complete gut and renovation of the fifth and sixth floors into a skilled nursing facility. Work also included improvements to the 6,800-sf ground floor with a new full-commercial kitchen to service the fifth and sixth floors, physical therapy space, reception, and office areas. The project also included minimal demo and finish work for a 1,000-sf laundry facility to service laundry from the first, fifth, and sixth-floor operations. The project was on a fast-tracked August 2011 to March 2012 schedule to allow Sloan’s Lake to take advantage of some lease-related cost savings. A California-based general contractor was hired to perform the work but was terminated in March 2012 due to insufficient progress . Insufficient progress meant the GC was near the end of the schedule but had not yet completed demolition. Hoping to “save the day,” owner Ensign Facility Services brought Pinkard Construction Company on board in April 2012. With the understanding that no preconstruction would be necessary, a quick demo completion and prompt build-out commencement would allow the project to be completed neat and tidy in mid-June 2012. As Pinkard began discovery in April, unsettling signs of asbestos were seen in areas that were supposed to be clean. Fearing the worst, Pinkard enlisted an independent consultant to advise on the work area's alleged “all clean” condition. After careful assessment by the consultant, the site was declared a “major spill” of asbestos contamination. The site was sealed, the existing tenant immediately vacated the entire 4th floor, and the fifth and sixth floors were put under full containment. This second abatement effort was almost double the original cost and scope due to the spill and resultant contamination of duct and elevator shafts, plenum spaces, etc. It also took nearly two additional months to complete. While abatement was underway and demolition at a standstill, an examination of the design documents revealed that the design, which was produced by an out-of-state architect, was far from complete, even to the point of not providing for mechanical, electrical and plumbing drawings. Pinkard worked with Ensign to constantly monitor this deficient situation, and the design and previously non-existent MEP drawings slowly developed. Pinkard also worked with Ensign and the out-of-state architect to establish a mid-May due date for construction documents that could be submitted for permit and let out for bidding. Acceptable construction documents were received June 22, and associated permits were September 4 following many rounds of revisions. Pinkard and Ensign launched an extensive preconstruction effort over the summer without a completed design or permit-able drawings. Pinkard provided comprehensive budgeting, estimating and value engineering services to establish a GMP. Despite significant favorable progress, the team decided in July it would be in the project’s best interest to hire local architect Intergroup to perform construction administration. With so much time lost due to the additional abatement and getting the design up to speed, when Pinkard was finally allowed back on-site, double-shift, six-day work weeks were implemented. Beginning Sept 4, the fourth floor ceilings were rebuilt, and the entire floor was repainted, with turnover for occupancy October 1. During this time fifth-floor waste piping for the new fifth floor bathrooms was roughed-in. First floor demolition and construction was a very sensitive issue because Pinkard was working directly beneath a fully occupied, second-floor intensive care unit. Any systems shutdown would impact intensive care operations. This situation required Pinkard and Intergroup to carefully examine as-built drawings, and open and examine existing shafts, mainline stacks, and medical-gas stacks to prevent inadvertent shut downs to intensive care above. Pinkard also collaborated closely with Xcel to avoid a shutdown of natural gas during a gas meter upsizing. Pinkard continued to make expeditious progress with a strong construction plan, an involved construction administrator in Intergroup Architects, and a committed owner. Construction ran from September 4 to December 17, 2012. Project Manager Cale Wester, Ensign Facility Services: “Although every project is going to have its ups and downs, I don’t think anyone anticipated this many “downs” when we first started. The great finish we enjoyed is a credit to Ensign, Pinkard, and Intergroup Architects’ strong commitment to team-building...it saved this project. Sloan’s Lake and Ensign are very proud of what this team was able to accomplish, and this facility is already making a difference in our patients’ lives.” The completed facility contains 42 private suites with floor-to-ceiling windows for stunning city and mountain views in all rooms; state-of-the-art rehabilitation gyms with AlterG antigravity body-weight treadmills and Pilates Reformer. Learn More Adaptive Reuse Construction Learn More Healthcare Renovations and New Construction See Projects Senior Living Construction See Projects Sloan's Lake Care and Rehabilitation Learn More Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Men’s Mental Health Month: “We Must Keep Talking About It” 2024-06-28 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Pinkard Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing Complex in Denver

    Pinkard Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing Complex in Denver 2023-03-08 Share Share Kentro Group , Lexton McDermott , Pinkard Construction, and Lewis Himes Associates held a groundbreaking on March 8th for the Krisana Apartments. This complex will include 151 units of deed-restricted, affordable housing located on the former CDOT headquarters site in southeast Denver. Construction is expected to conclude in the fall of 2024. “The Krisana Apartments are the perfect kick-off for the Master Plan redevelopment of the former CDOT property,” said Jimmy Balafas, Kentro Group principal and co-founder. “Affordable housing has been a priority for us since our first involvement in the redevelopment of former CDOT property back in 2017, and it has remained a critical part of the mix through countless meetings with the community and stakeholders. There’s a housing crisis here in Denver, and we’re committed to making this contribution to help solve the housing gap.” Krisana Apartments ’ 151 units will include 21 studio, 71 one-bedroom, and 59 two-bedroom affordable homes equipped with Energy Star-rated appliances, central air conditioning, laundry facilities, a fitness center, courtyard, social room, and secured bike storage area, among other amenities. The Krisana Apartments will be 100% electric-powered and have received funding from the City and County of Denver through the New Building Electrification Pilot Program, a part of the Energize Denver Electrification Program . “At Pinkard Construction, we believe that affordable housing is an essential part of creating a thriving community. We are proud to be a part of Lexton McDermott and the Kentro Group's effort to bring more affordable housing units to Denver,” said Tony Burke, President of Pinkard Construction. “This project is an important step in providing quality housing options for people in Denver and working to create stronger, more equitable communities.” The Krisana Apartments will be available for residents who earn up to 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI), with an upper limit of $49,260 in annual gross income for a single-person household or up to $70,320 for a four-person household, which are benchmarks established by the Colorado Housing Finance Authority (CHFA). “In partnership with Kentro Group, we will have added 213 affordable housing units in Denver by the end of 2024,” said Arthur McDermott, a Lexton McDermott co-founder. “This new construction adds valuable inventory to an underserved marketplace, and we’re pleased to be part of a much-needed, long-term solution to provide fantastic homes to worthy Denverites.” To date, Pinkard has completed over 197 multifamily projects and over 80 affordable housing projects totaling over $2.5 Billion In construction value. Learn More Affordable Housing Construction See Projects Multi-Family Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Krisana Affordable Apartments Learn More Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Men’s Mental Health Month: “We Must Keep Talking About It” 2024-06-28 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Congratulations to Pinkard Construction Employees on CITC Apprentice Graduation

    Congratulations to Pinkard Construction Employees on CITC Apprentice Graduation 2023-05-12 Share Share Pinkard Construction is proud to announce that four of our employees have successfully completed their apprenticeship programs through the Construction Industry Training Council of Colorado (CITC) and have earned their Journeyman Certificate. Carlos Osorio, Jesus Perez, Aldo Rascon, and James Wise have demonstrated their dedication, skill, and professionalism in their respective trades. CITC is a state-approved apprenticeship training program that offers a combination of classroom instruction and on-the-job training for various construction trades. CITC's mission is to provide quality education and career opportunities for those who want to pursue a rewarding career in the construction industry. CITC graduates are highly sought after by employers for their comprehensive knowledge and hands-on experience. Our four graduates have spent four years attending school while working full-time for Pinkard Construction. They have learned from experienced instructors and mentors and have applied their knowledge to various projects. They have also earned competitive wages and benefits while advancing their careers. We are grateful for their hard work and commitment, and we are excited to see them grow and succeed. We would also like to thank CITC for their excellent training and support. CITC has been a valuable partner in developing and retaining a skilled workforce for our company and the construction industry in Colorado. CITC offers a clear path for career advancement and a great alternative to college for those who are interested in the skilled trades. CITC also helps contractors invest in their employees and improve their productivity and quality. Please join us in congratulating Carlos, Jesus, Aldo, and James on their remarkable achievement. They are an inspiration to all of us at Pinkard Construction, and we look forward to working with them on future projects. We are confident that they will continue to excel in their trades and contribute to the success of our company and our clients. We are currently hiring for carpentry and laborer positions, and we want you to join us. Whether you are an experienced carpenter or a beginner who wants to learn the trade, we have a place for you at Pinkard Construction. Apply to be a carpenter! Apply to be a laborer! Learn More Renovations and Additions See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Men’s Mental Health Month: “We Must Keep Talking About It” 2024-06-28 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Three New Sponsors Join CIC Golf Tournament!

    Three New Sponsors Join CIC Golf Tournament! 2023-06-07 Share Share We are delighted that Pinkard Construction is the title sponsor of the fourth annual Careers in Construction golf tournament, which will benefit ACE Scholarships. On June 26th, the Country Club at Castle Pines will host this event. If you're interested in sponsoring, please check out the available information here . We would also like to extend our gratitude to all of the charitable organizations that have collaborated with us to raise funds for students in Colorado. By offering scholarships, Pinkard hopes to help cultivate the future workforce of the construction industry in Colorado and provide greater access to all students in the state. There is still time to sponsor, so get involved today! Agenda 9:00 AM Players Begin Arriving - Registration, Breakfast, Warm-Up 11:00 AM Shotgun Start - Scramble Format 4:00 PM Happy Hour, Drinks, Appetizers, Prizes 6:00 PM Event Concludes Thank You to our Newest Sponsors: Malm Electrical Contractors, LLC established in 2002, provides complete electrical services for commercial, industrial, multi-family, and design-build customers. With over 100 years of experience in electrical contracting, we have built strong relationships with the most respected general contractors, engineers, subcontractors, and vendors along the Colorado Front Range and surrounding areas. RDS is a specialty contractor providing Metal Stud Framing, Drywall, and Building Insulation services to the Front Range. Specializing in new construction, RDS performs work on single-family homes, multi-family residences and commercial projects, committed to bringing expertise and value to every project. FASTSIGNS® of DTC, CO , will help you tell your story. Their mission is to help you find the right signs, graphics, and displays for your business needs. From large format printing on vehicles, custom banners & wall letters to floor & window graphics, they offer every kind of signage that effectively promotes your message and keeps customers coming back. And, Of course, thank you to the rest of our Generous Sponsors. BOK Financial BOK Financial is a top 25 U.S.-based bank offering sophisticated wealth, commercial, and consumer products and services. Still, we do business with one client at a time, focused on delivering thoughtful expertise and tailored advice because we know that when our clients succeed, we succeed. Cain Construction , The front range's leading provider of concrete foundations and flatwork, has provided quality, value-added services to general contractors and owners since 1981. Dinsmore Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has a nationwide team of more than 750 attorneys who are trusted advisers to some of the world's leading businesses—including many in the Fortune 500. Dinsmore has emerged as a leader in Colorado's legal market, specifically in the construction industry. S-E-A A powerful resource in litigation for over 50 years, S-E-A is a multi-disciplined forensic engineering, fire investigation , and visualization services company specializing in failure analysis. S-E-A's full-time staff consists of licensed/registered professionals who are experts in their respective fields. Photobucket . Since 2003, Photobucket has been safeguarding memories through our online backup cloud storage services. Millions of customers count on us to protect and preserve their most precious memories. It's our number one priority and why we put customers first in everything we do. Lincoln Energy Partners Lincoln Energy Partners is a Denver-based energy firm focused on financing and developing solar, natural gas, and oil projects. Lincoln professionals have worked in energy development for their entire careers, whether at oil and gas exploration and production companies or with solar development groups. RMS Cranes RMS Cranes is the Rocky Mountain region's central resource for Lifting and moving heavy equipment, including Crane Rental, Rigging, Machinery Moving, heavy-haul truck, Repairs, and inspections, Lift Planning, and more. IMA Corp. IMA Financial Group, Inc. is an integrated financial services company focused on protecting the assets of its widely varied client base through insurance and wealth management solutions. Because IMA is employee-owned , the company's 1,800+ associates can provide customized solutions for their client's unique needs. Denver Private Wealth Management Denver Private Wealth Management specializes in fee-based discretionary asset management for individuals and families. We customize portfolios based on your financial goals and work closely with you, tax advisors, and estate attorneys to form a comprehensive view of your financial situation. Bear Peak Power Bear Peak Power is a renewable energy development company focused on distributed generation and utility-scale solar solutions. The Bear Peak team has over 40 years of experience in the development and energy industry. We have successfully developed over 85 Megawatts in five states and have 500+ Megawatts under development. Colorado Construction and Design Magazine : Now in its 15th year, award-winning Colorado Construction & Design (CCD) is Colorado's most essential and trusted construction industry news and marketing magazine. CCD is the official publisher for AGC Colorado and Media Partner with numerous trade organizations, including AIA Colorado, ACEC, CRMCA/CSSGA, RMMI, RMSCA, AISC, IECRM, SMACNA, SMPS, ULI, USGBC , and others. Edge Construction Specialties . Since 1996, Edge has provided high-quality commercial finish carpentry services and solutions throughout the Rocky Mountain region. We specialize in architectural woodwork, casework, countertops, upholstery, ornamental metals, decorative glass, specialties, doors, frames, and hardware. UMC, Inc. proudly employs over 400 workers throughout the Intermountain West and has completed over 40,000 units. We strive to be a safe and progressive workplace, taking care of our team and the projects we take on. We offer professional plumbing and HVAC services for multi-family, hotel, and commercial construction projects across Utah, Colorado, and Idaho. McClone Construction. From design to build, McClone offers exceedingly personalized services to help you maximize efficiencies and control costs to deliver superior results. Let them streamline your next concrete project. Corrado Harrison & Assoc., UBS Private Wealth Mgmt. With an extensive advanced planning and wealth management background, our highly integrated team is committed to delivering the straightforward advice and deep problem-solving experience you need when it matters most—before, during, and after a complex life-changing event. ABOUT THE COURSE! The Country Club at Castle Pines is an 18-hole , championship-caliber Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. With no two holes that run parallel, golfers enjoy spectacular views, woods, and a challenging game. As Jack Nicklaus said, "The Country Club at Castle Pines is a wonderful course with all its vistas." Learn More Renovations and Additions See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Men’s Mental Health Month: “We Must Keep Talking About It” 2024-06-28 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Higher Education Construction

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  • Tackling Wooden Ceiling Cloud Craftsmanship Challenges

    Tackling Wooden Ceiling Cloud Craftsmanship Challenges 2022-03-14 Share Share On the Moorhead Recreation Center project, The rolling, off-set ceiling system consists of custom-made 4 X 8 wooden panels running lengthwise across the room and sandwiched with a weighted insulation system encapsulated in black vinyl. Each lengthwise run of panels hangs independently of those adjacent to it. All ceiling lighting, HVAC, and fire protection systems run through the panels hanging from a stainless steel suspension system. Each penetration had to be the exact thickness of what runs through it. Installer and supplier SRB Acoustics custom CNC- machined 1,000 acoustical holes in each of the 42 runs of panels. To properly install this sophisticated system, Pinkard first had to re-engineer the garage door system, initially designed to roll up above the panels but blocked MEP and fire system runs. Next, we re-engineered the ductwork to allow the slot diffuser room to penetrate the panels properly. Finally, Pinkard and SRB Acoustics had to drastically modify the other trades’ ceiling system work plans because typical work sequencing was impossible. Typically, each MEP and fire subcontractor goes into the ceiling and works until the job is done. Ceiling panels come last and enclose the work that was done above it. It’s efficient and straightforward; subcontractors base their profit plans on this approach. But with this ceiling system, because all MEP and fire systems had to go through each panel, we had to install one length of panels, allow each trade to run through the panel, and start over with the next length. Senior PM Derek Stathis: “This installation required some unbelievable trigonometry and geometry skills to figure out exactly would hand, and it was tough to get the trades to wait for each other during installation. But we had thought it through in bidding and had given warnings about how complicated it would be. However, when we started the buyout, we saw it was even more complicated than we first anticipated. Getting these trades to work together patiently was a great team-building experience.” Project Architect Jesse Sherr: “That ceiling had the highest difficulty level — we couldn’t anticipate how much difficulty there would be. And yeah, it came out so great. Learn More Derek Stathis, Construction Manager Connect Recreation Construction See Projects Renovations and Additions See Projects Moorhead Recreation Center Learn More Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Men’s Mental Health Month: “We Must Keep Talking About It” 2024-06-28 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

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