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  • Minoru Yasui Plaza | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Minoru Yasui Plaza Denver, Colorado, USA City and County of Denver 197,000 Sq. Ft. Public Projects, Office, Tight Site, High Tech Building Systems, High Security Systems & Construction Site, Renovation The complete gut and renovation of the 197,000 sf, 17-story Minoru Yasui Plaza office building in downtown Denver included extensive asbestos abatement and full interior demolition and renovation, new architectural finishes, interior walls, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, electrical and telecom systems. The structural repair of certain elements and re-roofing the building was also included. Pinkard originally built this building, the old Downtowner Motor Inn and Hotel, in 1969. Because it was originally designed as a hotel, deck-to-deck heights only allowed 9 inches of space for fire protection, electrical, HVAC, and extensive amounts of data cable. A special European hydronic radiant panel system that uses only four inches of ceiling space was installed to make room for the other systems. The ceiling-height/hydronic radiant panel system created some unusual phasing problems. All data cable had to be installed before the ceiling grid, and some of the radiant panels and requisite piping went in before the walls were constructed. Staging was severely limited, allowing for only a single delivery truck at a time. As a result, deliveries were conducted strictly on an "as-scheduled" basis, creating what was described as "airplanes in a holding pattern circling over an airport." A single truck would pull up to the loading area, materials go into the single exterior elevator and then directly to the floor under renovation. There was no room for the usual exterior trash chute or dumpsters. To solve the challenge of disposing of demolished materials, a 3' x 6' existing interior duct chase was expanded to 6' x 6' to serve as the trash chute for the project. As demolished materials accumulated at the bottom of the chute, they were moved by a Bobcat-type front-end loader into dumpsters inside the building. Winner, Associated Builders and Contractors' 1st place, National Excellence in Construction Eagle award. Construction Expertise Adaptive Reuse – A Contractor’s Perspective Read More "Pinkard approached this project as if it were a CM/GC teaming project, not a hard-bid job. They took the attitude of "The best way to approach this is to work on it as a team to get it done." This could have been a very difficult project. Pinkard really rose to the occasion." Architect " ...the best management of a construction project I have seen in 27 years." Office Client Related Office Renovations and New Construction See Projects Municipal Construction See Projects Renovations and Additions See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags Reset Astroscale U.S. Headquarters Office, Renovation, Tenant Interior/Build Out, Historic Building Learn More STRIDE Community Health Offices Office, Healthcare, Medical Office Building, Renovation Learn More Eagle Pointe CLC Corporate Office Office, Senior Living, Class A, Renovation, Special Project Learn More Arista Place 8181 Office, Structural Steel Superstructure 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 Tops Out Luxury Highrise in Denver's Golden Triangle

    Pinkard Tops Out Luxury Highrise in Denver's Golden Triangle 2024-02-20 Share Share Pinkard Construction, a leading commercial builder in Colorado, has reached a significant milestone in its construction of akin Golden Triangle , a 12-story multifamily project in Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood. On Tuesday, the company announced the topping out of the building, signifying the completion of the project's structural phase. The topping-out ceremony was attended by representatives from Pinkard Construction, Revesco Properties/Alpine Investments (RPAI), and OZ Architecture, who collaborated on the project. The project’s construction lender is MidWestOne Bank ( www.midwestone.bank ). The luxury boutique building, which will feature 98 multifamily units and amenities, is one of four upcoming RPAI projects that will be unified under the “akin” brand. The brand seeks to attract a chic, urban-minded tenant while enhancing each local neighborhood by providing refined architecture and a timeless living experience. The project began construction in February 2023 with occupancy expected in Q4 of 2024. "We are thrilled to have reached this significant milestone in the construction of this project," said Tony Burke, President of Pinkard Construction. "Our team has worked diligently to stay on schedule and deliver a high-quality product that will provide an exceptional living experience for residents." The topping out of the building marks a major step forward in the project's development and highlights the continued growth and vitality of Denver's multi-family development market. Pinkard Construction, RPAI, and OZ Architecture are proud to be contributing to the growth and development of Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood and look forward to the completion of the project in 2024. For more information, please visit: Home | Akin ( akinliving.com ) Learn More Jess Becerra, Construction Manager Connect Multi-Family Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects akin Golden Triangle 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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  • Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen”

    Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Share Share June is Men’s Mental Health Month. While there’s a loud and important push within construction to make our industry more diverse and inclusive, the fact remains that our industry is heavily comprised of men—meaning that the issues surrounding men’s mental health affect our community disproportionately. While Pinkard Construction strives to be a leader in mental health—recently earning the highest mental health resources score of any general contractor in Colorado as a Health Links “Blue Badge Certified” Healthy Workplace—much work remains in addressing the deeply-entrenched cultural norms that keep people, men in particular, from discussing mental health and taking action. In part one of our three-part series of Q&As discussing Men’s Mental Health Month, we chat with Field Safety Manager David Ruddy, aka “Safety Dave,” about the relationship between mental health and safety, and how making yourself vulnerable is the first step to getting others to open up. What first got you thinking about men’s mental health? Pinkard is big on mental health, but when it comes to men specifically, I remember hearing a speech on it from the Colorado Department of Public Health back in 2017. The guy had all these resources geared toward reaching men who might be resistant to it — like the Man Therapy posters you can still see in our breakroom — and it really opened my eyes to the unique struggles that men face. We started talking on the Pinkard safety committee about what we can do better. How do we give people an innocent choice to call somebody for help? One thing we did was start putting up these stickers inside every single porta-john on our job sites. They say “YOU MATTER” in English and Spanish, with a QR code that will take you to the “988” National Suicide Prevention hotline. What resources does Pinkard offer its employees? Our benefits package includes various resources through Cigna Behavioral Health, plus Magellan EAP, which gives everyone 5 free counseling sessions, and Youturn Health, a virtual support program for those struggling with stress and substance issues. I am part of the Youturn program, and, in fact, I utilize that service myself. I've had some challenges within my family, and with my Youturn coach, we’ll talk it through, they’ll give me advice, like, “Dave, this is not your egg to fry. Stop trying to cook it and leave it alone,” which is really, really helpful. How is mental health a part of safety in construction? You can’t have safety on a job if you aren’t taking care of people’s mental wellbeing. I give a lot of my “Toolbox Talks” on mental health, and when I do the safety orientation for new hires, I give everybody my phone number, and I say, “You call me anytime, day or night, it doesn't matter when you call. If you're feeling down and out, if you need a ride because you've been drinking too much, if you're just in a bad place and you want to talk, call me.” And people take you up on it? It has happened twice. Just this week I had a guy text me at 1:30 in the morning. We got on the phone and chatted for half an hour, and I think that's what he needed. He wasn’t going to hurt himself, but he'd been down and out for a while, and was feeling horrible about himself. The next day I got him connected with our HR department, and now they’re helping him get whatever assistance he needs. What do you think are some of the mental health challenges that are unique to men? I come from a generation where people say things like: “Just do it,” “Rub some dirt on it,” “Cowboy up,” “Suck it up,” “Quit whining,” “Put some duct tape on it and get back to work.” We suppress those feelings because we don't want to look like we're weak. We choose not to address the mental angst that we're in, until we can't anymore. It's just been bred into us. What are the challenges unique to our industry? The challenge is that we’re all under the intense pressures of deadlines. We build big, beautiful buildings worth millions of dollars, for clients who expect us to get them done on schedule, on time, and under budget. When you have deadlines like that, you feel it in your muscles. It lives in you. Because this is a high-pressure work environment, there’s a culture of “I don't have time to hear about your dog dying, or your wife serving you papers,” but as men, we have got to be able to express, “I am not all here today.” Just by giving someone three or five minutes to vent, you might be giving them what they need to get on with their day. What needs to change? The stigma and awareness. It's easier to have a conversation about mental health than it was 20 years ago, but there are still many people out there who are uncomfortable talking about it—and within construction we have people who come from different cultures where it’s even more taboo than it is in the United States. When you’ve got a broken arm, people can see the cast, they can see you’re injured, but they don’t judge you for it. When your thinking is broken, it’s invisible to the people around you, and there’s a real fear they might judge you for it. That has to change. What can we do to be part of that change? Just make yourself available, remind people of it, and check in on them. I’m not a fixer or a mental health professional, but I’ve got two ears to hear what you’ve got to say. I don’t have the answers, but I can listen. When you can make yourself vulnerable enough that somebody felt safe to call or text you and say, “I'm not doing well,” you know you’ve broken through somewhere. By contrast, if you're the guy that sits back and says, “Dude, you'll be fine. Suck it up and move on,” you might regret that. YOU MATTER: If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, we urge you to call or text “988” to reach the national Suicide & Crisis Lifeline , where you can confidentially talk with a trained crisis counselor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 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 Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Men’s Mental Health Month: “We have to create a community” 2024-06-21 Learn More Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style 2024-06-06 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

  • Low Income Housing Tax Credit Construction

    Low Income Housing Tax Credit Construction Pinkard Construction knows how important the funding process of an affordable housing project is. We worked with the Colorado Housing Finance Authority to create our documentation. Our team assists clients with the paperwork necessary to apply for low-income housing tax credits and other unique funding-sources. We understand how important it is for estimates and construction financing documents to be in a CHFA-approved format for tax credit applications. Learn More Our Affordable Housing Experience 8.2M Sq. Ft. The total square footage of Pinkard Affordable Housing projects, including ground-up, renovation, CM/GC, and design-build projects. $810 M Total The total value of Pinkard Affordable Housing projects, with 62% of these projects being funded through Low Income Housing Tax credits. 80+ Projects The total number of Pinkard Affordable Housing projects, including projects for public and private developers. Affordable Housing Construction See Projects Contact Us Our Services Featured Projects Button Button Market Type Features Value Reset Krisana Affordable Apartments Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, LIHTC, Sustainable, Ground Up, Mixed-Use, Wood Framed Learn More Thrive/Holden Street Apartments Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, Sustainable, Structural Steel Superstructure, Cast in Place, Podium Slab, Wood Framed, Publicly Funded, LIHTC, Underground Parking, Ground Up Learn More Willoughby Corner Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, Senior Living, Ground Up, LIHTC, Extensive Site Infrastructure, Photovoltaic, Sustainable 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 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 Design-Build Construction The draw-it-once approach provides a deeply collaborative design-build experience characterized by open communication, problem-solving, and the exchange of ideas. The team lives by DBIA’s Best Practices, provides strong leadership, and delivers value, which has led to national recognition for their design-build performance, including awards from the Design-Build Institute of America and the Associated Builders and Contractors. 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 Special Projects Pinkard has created a Special Projects Division to execute smaller projects. The division will handle tenant improvements, renovations, and ground-up projects up to $5 million. The division offers the resources and professionalism of a larger contractor with an "A-Team" of construction professionals dedicated to the success of each project. See Projects Read Case Studies Button Button The Problem with Wood Framing and How to Solve It The problem is simple, if not easy, to fix: someone must take ownership of the wood framing process. Read It More Case Studies What Our Clients Say Select Type Button Button Job Chemistry Was Exceptional "The chemistry on this job was exceptional. We finished within schedule, under budget, and with less manpower than other similar jobs. This is one of the best projects we’ve had in my 14 years with Midwest Drywall." See the Project Exceeding Expectations Pinkard has done a great job exceeding expectations and doing a great job being a partner throughout this project. See the Project Sequencing Approach "Pinkard’s (sequencing) approach made (wall panel assembly) easier to manage, even with 60, 70, 80 people on a job. We assigned a qualified foreman for each pod, which allowed us to maintain production and communicate QC fixes easier and quicker." See the Project Couldn't Have Been Happier With Precon "I couldn't have been happier having Pinkard on board to help us through that preconstruction process. Our project (Vida at Sloan’s Lake) took so long to get all the financing partners secured, it pushed us out almost a year, but Pinkard held their pricing. It really was kind of a cool way to do what felt like a design-build approach (under a CMaR contract). It's good to have a contractor helping us figure out what structural systems and even down to the nitty-gritty of how to do different slabs and soundproofing." See the Project Warranty work above and beyond "[Your warranty superintendent] has been extremely helpful with all of our warranty issues here at Boulevard, and I have enjoyed working with him. There were many instances where he went above and beyond to assist us with questions and inquiries we have had, and he has facilitated with communications between us and the contractors or subcontractors needed for specific issues." See the Project Foresight and directive "[Your Team] had the foresight and directive to solve conflicts before they became larger issues, really managing the owner and architect to make effective decisions to make this project an overwhelming success!" 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

  • CU - Leeds School of Business | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    CU - Leeds School of Business Boulder, CO, USA University of Colorado Boulder (CU) 166,000 Sq. Ft. Higher Education, Library, LEED Gold, Tight Site, Structural Steel Superstructure, Commercial Kitchen, Administration, Classrooms, State of Colorado Contract, Structural Renovation, Major Building Systems Retrofit, Multiple User Groups, Addition, Renovation, Occupied The Leeds School of Business project was a 166,000 sf addition and renovation to a 33-year old building on a congested site at CU Boulder. Owner Additions to Scope When construction was 50% complete, $6 million in owner-additions added 24% more scope with no schedule extensions. Scope of Work The renovation and addition portions of the project were constructed concurrently. Original scope for the renovation was "paint and patch." Owner scope additions during construction resulted in Pinkard completely gutting and renovating 103,000 sf, virtually every square foot, of the existing building. Scope included asbestos abatement and build-out of classrooms, teaching laboratories, team rooms/office space, and a 20,000 sf library. Significant structural improvements were necessary to meet current code, including seismic and fire upgrades that included new caissons and shear walls. The 63,000 sf structural steel and sandstone veneer addition included classrooms, dining and kitchen facilities, office and board rooms, and a grand atrium with limestone tile. The atrium is topped by a towering, copper-trimmed dome of red clay tile. A complex scaffold system six stories high was constructed to complete the atrium interior. Very high-end finishes include Lyons, Colorado sandstone, Indiana limestone, oak and hardwood casework trim, and limestone floor finishes from Portugal and Germany. Occupied Campus The project was in the middle of a main pedestrian thoroughfare requiring complex phasing of pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Sitework and foundations began while the school was occupied. Careful coordination of ingress/egress, signage, noise, dust and vibration control minimized impact. A three-acre greenbelt adjacent to the site received a significant makeover that included landscaping improvements, new sprinklers and improved pedestrian circulation. LEED Certification Although Pinkard's contractual obligation was to meet LEED Silver certification, enough LEED points were earned to qualify for LEED Gold despite the fact that the more challenging renovation portion was expected to conform to a New Construction (NC) rating. LEED Gold certification was received January 2008. Winner, Associated Builders and Contractors' 1st place, National Excellence in Construction Eagle award. "I saw firsthand many of the numerous challenges that Pinkard and the entire construction team had to face and ultimately overcome. These challenges were frequent occurences, and involved portions of the existing 40-year old concrete structure interfering with planned construction. Pinkard was always conscientious about communicating field issues, putting together detailed as-builts to clarify the changes, and to diligently work to sequence and oversee subcontractor performance. Thanks to all members of your team who made so many important contributions to the success of this project." Engineer "...our financially starved project required a lot of compromise. Rick gave us three or four options for virtually every line item, just so we could think about them.... Pinkard enabled us to save the soul of our building." Higher Education Client Related Higher Education Construction See Projects Municipal Construction See Projects Occupied Renovation Construction See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags Reset CSU Warner College of Natural Resources Higher Education, Laboratory, Tight Site, Administration, Classrooms, State of Colorado Contract, Addition, Renovation, Occupied Learn More CSU South College Avenue Parking Garage Higher Education Learn More Red Rocks Community College Rec Center Higher Education, Public Projects, Recreation, Gymnasium, Climbing Wall, Structural Slab, Structural Steel Superstructure, Commercial Kitchen, Sports Field, Addition, Renovation Learn More CSU Moby Arena Renovation & Addition Higher Education, Public Projects, Recreation, Administration, State of Colorado Contract, Addition, Occupied, Renovation 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

  • 15th & Pearl Street Parking / Mixed Use Facility | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    15th & Pearl Street Parking / Mixed Use Facility Boulder, CO, USA City of Boulder 245,000 Sq. Ft. Office, Parking Garage, Ground Up This new parking structure transforms a 20-year-old surface parking lot into eight-story parking, retail, and office building. The structure has retail space and commercial offices with parking 2 stories underground and 6 stories above. It is "wrapped" with retail at the street level on all three sidewalk sides and has office space above. In this way, the parking structure itself was almost completely hidden from pedestrians. The building mass completely encompasses the site measuring 300 feet from lot line to lot line, the largest footprint, and mass of any building in the downtown district. To minimize the building's impact on the neighborhood, the structure is "broken" into four separate buildings. The post-tensioned concrete garage features highly detailed brickwork on the face of the building, open stair towers and a glass-enclosed elevator. The 15th and Pearl Street project was the recipient of numerous awards, including: International Award of Excellence International Parking Institute Best Commercial Building Masonry Construction Magazine Gold Hard Hat Colorado Construction Magazine Related Office Renovations and New Construction See Projects Municipal Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags Reset Astroscale U.S. Headquarters Office, Renovation, Tenant Interior/Build Out, Historic Building Learn More STRIDE Community Health Offices Office, Healthcare, Medical Office Building, Renovation Learn More Eagle Pointe CLC Corporate Office Office, Senior Living, Class A, Renovation, Special Project Learn More Arista Place 8181 Office, Structural Steel Superstructure 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 Construction’s Thrive Affordable Apartments Wins Community Impact Award

    Pinkard Construction’s Thrive Affordable Apartments Wins Community Impact Award 2024-03-22 Share Share DENVER – Denver Housing Authority’s $61 million Thrive affordable housing project, built by Pinkard Construction, has received a “Best of the Best” Community Impact of the Year award from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). The 2023 NAIOP Colorado Community Impact of the Year awards highlight projects that have truly left a lasting mark on their communities. Thrive was competing against GreenHaus, another Denver Housing Authority (DHA) project, and The Bridge by Revive Church Colorado Development Advisors. Thrive is a meticulously designed apartment complex that not only provides homes but fosters smaller communities within, complete with a terrace for play and tranquility. The 135-unit development was designed and built to be a community for families of all sizes, with three-bedroom townhomes and four- and five-bedroom units. In addition to its affordable housing component, 20% of Thrive’s units are market rate condominiums. During the three-year design and construction process, Pinkard collaborated with Shopworks Architecture to provide comprehensive preconstruction services ending with a final GMP contract value that had a zero percent variance from the design development estimate. With this zero percent variance, DHA was able to incorporate add-alternates to enhance Thrive’s value to the tenants and DHA. During construction, the Pinkard team had to “share” construction ingress and egress with another contractor constructing the neighboring GreenHaus project. Points of entry and exit to these sites were further congested due to Pinkard’s Sun Valley roads and infrastructure work. Despite these challenges, Pinkard completed the project on time and in budget. The final construction cost was $44,283,846. Both Thrive and GreenHaus are located within the Sun Valley neighborhood, which is directly south of the Denver Broncos’ Empower Field at Mile High Stadium. Learn More Project Development Read Case Studies Ground-Up Construction See Projects Low Income Housing Tax Credit 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

  • Landmark Memory Care | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Landmark Memory Care Lafayette, CO, USA Hanson Health Holdings, LLC 9,395 Sq. Ft., 18 Units Senior Living, Multi-Family Housing, Affordable Housing, Wood Framed, Ground Up, Memory Care Building One of a proposed three-building campus will be 9,395 sq ft and contain 18 memory care units in a single-story, wood-framed building. It will have a commercial kitchen, dining room, common areas and lobby. Heating and cooling will be accomplished using individual packaged terminal air conditioner (PTAC) units. The exterior is Manf stone veneer and stucco. Pinkard's value engineering efforts included mechanical system life cycle analysis for a $350,000 owner savings. The 2.73-acre site will require extensive infrastructure operations to build a road, roundabout and utilities. Related Healthcare Renovations and New Construction See Projects Senior Living Construction See Projects In-House Wood Framing See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags Reset Sloan's Lake Care and Rehabilitation Major Building Systems Retrofit, Structural Renovation, Rehab/Therapy, Skilled Nursing, Commercial Kitchen, Renovation 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 Banner NCMC ED Refurbishment Special Project, Healthcare, Emergency Rooms, Clinic, Occupied, Renovation Learn More Denver Health at VIDA Healthcare, Clinic, 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

  • Fire Station 15 replacement | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Fire Station 15 replacement Centennial, CO, USA South Metro Fire Rescue Authority 12,000 SF Public Projects, Ground Up, Public Safety The project will replace Station 15, which is located at 2702 E Dry Creek Road in Centennial. The proposed design is approximately 12,000 square feet with two stories consisting of three apparatus bays, six sleeping rooms, a day room, a kitchen, a dining room, offices, a fitness room, and support areas. The construction began in September 2023 and is expected to conclude in the summer of 2024. The design was completed in January 2023 by OZ Architecture. The project will provide a state-of-the-art facility for the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority to better serve the community. Rendering provided by OZ Architecture. Awards Pinkard Awarded South Metro Fire Station Replacement, Starts Construction Read More Related Municipal Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags 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 Highlands Ranch Metro Dist. Service Center Public Projects, Office, Administration, Fleet/Maintenance, Addition, Ground Up, Renovation Learn More Moorhead Recreation Center Public Projects, Recreation, Indoor Pool, Gymnasium, Commercial Kitchen, Structural Steel Superstructure, Masonry, Addition, Renovation 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 Wins SMPS MEA for Corporate Rebrand

    Pinkard Wins SMPS MEA for Corporate Rebrand 2023-05-26 Share Share Pinkard Construction, a leading general contractor in Colorado, announced today that its marketing team has won a Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Marketing Excellence Award (MEA) for its corporate rebrand. The award recognizes the best marketing practices and achievements in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. The rebrand, which was completed with assistance from Bluebird Branding and BrandSavvy , two Denver-based branding agencies, involved a complete overhaul of Pinkard's logo, website, collateral, signage and vehicle graphics. The new brand identity features bold and vibrant colors of purple and pink, reflecting Pinkard's history and values. "We worked a lot internally to really define our value in the marketplace, our unique audience and to understand what goals we wanted to achieve by rebranding. It was great working with Bluebird and BrandSavvy to turn that ethos into a visual communication language. And most of all, I’m proud of my team for the tireless effort they put in to roll out the branding across the organization," said Jessica Nichols, director of marketing for Pinkard Construction. "We are honored to receive this recognition from SMPS and we are grateful to Bluebird Branding and BrandSavvy for their creative and strategic partnership.” The rebrand also honors Pinkard's roots which include having a fleet of pink trucks back in 1962, when the company was founded by James W. Pinkard Sr. The pink trucks were a distinctive feature of Pinkard's operations for several years. The SMPS MEA awards program is an annual competition that honors outstanding marketing campaigns and materials across various categories. Learn More Jessica Nichols, Director of Marketing Connect 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

  • Thrive/Holden Street Apartments | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

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