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  • Pinkard Completes Thornton’s Margaret Carpenter Pool Renovation  

    Pinkard Completes Thornton’s Margaret Carpenter Pool Renovation 2022-06-09 Share Share Pinkard Construction, The City of Thornton, and Ohlson Lavoie Collaborative (OLC) have completed construction on the $13.4 million Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center Renovation. The newly renovated recreation center is a total of 11,873 square feet. The completed facility includes a new six-lane lap pool with an adjacent aqua-exercise pool, a wave pool with a lazy river and bubble pit, an activity pool with zero-depth entry, a play structure, geysers, and sprays, a water slide, and a 20-person therapeutic hydro-jet spa. The universal locker room expansion better serves families and individuals with special needs, increasing accessibility for all. The recreation center remained open to the public throughout construction. Pinkard worked with the city to ensure guest, and staff safety, and minimize impacts on daily operations. Tony Burke, President and COO of Pinkard, says that Pinkard implemented special safety and operational protocols learned from their 42 recreation centers and 60 pools constructed along the Colorado Front Range. “Recreation and public projects are a focus for Pinkard, and this project’s success is a tribute to the skills of the experienced recreation construction professionals we have in our organization,” said Burke. “Occupied renovations are tricky, but we have completed many of them and our teams know the stakes.” To date, Pinkard has completed over 240 renovation projects, with 60% of them completed under occupied conditions. Learn More Pool and Natatorium Constuction See Projects Recreation Construction See Projects Municipal Construction See Projects Margaret Carpenter 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

  • Pinkard Names New Chief Business Development Officer

    Pinkard Names New Chief Business Development Officer 2022-06-03 Share Share Pinkard Construction names Jose Amaya as its New Chief Business Development Officer. Amaya, an experienced construction professional with over 35 years of experience, will push the company into additional markets while maintaining controlled growth. "I see enormous potential in Pinkard for markets like healthcare, mission-critical, life science, and aerospace, to name a few," said Amaya. " I hope that we can branch out while still maintaining the same level of construction quality, safety, and client intimacy." Amaya said Pinkard's homegrown history and deep roots in the community are significant differentiators in this crowded construction market. "A company celebrating its 60th anniversary in a market where some of the largest general contractors in the country are competing for work means they offer something the big guys cannot," he explains. "I want to help them scale their business in a way that preserves that client experience." Amaya has served in executive-level business development roles at companies like JE Dunn Construction, Cumming Corporation, and, most recently, Select Building Group Commercial. He has been identifying opportunities and building relationships with Colorado Owners, Developers, General Contractors, and Architectural/Engineering firms for the last 25 years. Tony Burke, President of Pinkard Construction, says that now that the company is completing projects valued in the $100 million range, they are excited to bring their unique capabilities to new markets. He adds that the person representing them must be the perfect mix of Pinkard's past and future. "The diversity of [Jose's] experience is important to why we hired him," said Burke. "The fact that he started his career on the operations side and his work growing small businesses and minority contractors is an excellent fit for Pinkard's culture." Amaya will work closely with Burke and the rest of Pinkard's executive leadership team to formalize a strategy that focuses on client retention and acquisition throughout the Colorado Front Range. Learn More Jose Amaya, Chief Business Development Officer 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

  • Pinkard Completes Construction on Affordable Housing Complex in Longmont

    Pinkard Completes Construction on Affordable Housing Complex in Longmont 2022-08-11 Share Share Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA), with Pinkard Construction and RNN Architects , has completed construction on the Spoke on Coffman—a ground-up , mixed-use affordable housing complex. The $28.8 million project comprises 73 affordable housing units, including 59 one-bedroom homes; 10 two-bedroom homes; and four three-bedroom homes. There is also 10,000 sq. ft. of office space, a community cafe, and a 262-space, four-and-one-half-story parking garage. Unit size in this four-story structure averages 650 sq. ft. for one-bedroom, 950 sq. ft. for two-bedroom, and 1,300 sq. ft. for three-bedroom units. In an Interview with the Longmont Times-Call , Boulder County Housing Authority housing development manager Justin Lightfield said project leaders are eager to open the rental application process. The permanently affordable apartment homes are for families and individuals with incomes at or below 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI), with 12 units reserved for households earning below 30%. “Watching The Spoke being built from the ground up over the past 15 months is what drives and inspires us,” Lightfield told the Longmont Times-Call. “I believe The Spoke will be a community that residents are proud to call home, and I look forward to when BCHA can welcome our first residents into the new community following construction completion.” Tyler Morgan, Pinkard's project manager, said that part of what makes his job so rewarding is the direct community impact this project has. “I know housing in the area has become extremely expensive, and Boulder County Housing Authority trusting us to build this project means a lot,” said Morgan. “Every person on this job site put a huge amount of craftsmanship into making every unit a home.” The Spoke on Coffman is located on a Boulder County-owned lot that was formerly used as a surface parking lot for Boulder County employees working at the newly completed St. Vrain Community Hub. This project is the result of a public-private partnership between Boulder County, the Boulder County Housing Authority, and the Longmont Downtown Development Authority. To date, Pinkard has completed over 197 multifamily projects and over 78 affordable housing projects. Learn More Affordable Housing Construction See Projects Multi-Family Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects The Spoke on Coffman 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

  • Have You Ever Been to a Dirt Summit?

    Have You Ever Been to a Dirt Summit? 2024-01-24 Share Share During the foundations and infrastructure phase of the Bison Ridge Recreation Center project, Pinkard Construction encountered potential contradictions between the grading work being done and the recommendations in the geotechnical report. This led to concerns that the current foundation design might not provide a stable enough base for the pools and building foundations. To resolve these questions, Pinkard held a "Dirt Summit" involving representatives from various stakeholders, including the excavator, pool subcontractor, structural and civil engineers, architect, and owner. The goal of the half-day session was to consider all the factors that could influence the long-term viability of the building and pool foundations, and the constructability of pool piping. According to Leighton Neff, chief preconstruction manager at Pinkard, "With multiple engineering disciplines responsible for different pieces of the complex facility, it was important for all perspectives to be considered in developing a comprehensive long-term solution for the City while minimizing first costs." The result of the summit was a modified structural design that was more effective and a structural infill from a source closer to the jobsite. In addition, redundant civil/structural specifications were eliminated. With these changes, Pinkard saved the City $950,000 and eliminated the need for numerous internal Requests for Information. Neff emphasized the importance of collaboration and communication in achieving these savings. "The Dirt Summit allowed all parties to come together and find solutions that worked for everyone. By working collaboratively, we were able to deliver a project that met the City's needs while also saving them nearly a million dollars." Troy Bohlender, Pinkard’s manager of field operations said that this is all a part of Pinkard's robust partnering efforts. "Sometimes you have to get everyone in a room and work it out," said Bohlender. "On every project, we are committed to collaboration and communication, and we are thrilled with the cost savings the team was able to achieve without sacrificing quality or safety." Bohlender reiterated that the Bison Ridge Recreation Center project's success is a testament to the power of collaboration and communication in construction projects. By working together, stakeholders identified and addressed potential issues, resulting in significant cost savings for the City. Bison Ridge Recreation Center once it was completed. Learn More Pool and Natatorium Constuction See Projects Recreation Construction See Projects Municipal Construction See Projects Bison Ridge 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

  • Pinkard Wood Frame Manager Discusses Innovative Approaches in Building Dialogue

    Pinkard Wood Frame Manager Discusses Innovative Approaches in Building Dialogue 2023-12-05 Share Share Pinkard Frameworks Manager, Dan Harris, discusses innovative approaches to wood framing in the December issue of Building Dialogue. In the article titled " The Problem with Wood Framing and How to Solve It, " Harris highlights the challenges of wood framing and offers solutions for successful projects. According to Harris, wood framing is one of the riskiest scopes in construction. The problems that can result from poorly managed framing, including schedule and quality issues that cascade into other trades, cannot be fixed with a bonding Band-Aid. Harris suggests that someone must take ownership of the wood framing process to solve this problem. Harris also points out that the lack of ownership is due to many entities having a piece of the puzzle. One example is truss design, where structural engineers rely on general design principles to complete framing plans. Truss company bids are based on these plans and will bid them as drawn, right or wrong. They have no incentive other than winning the job. These companies generally do not evaluate the project holistically, leading to problematic designs being passed to the framing subcontractor. To address these issues, Harris recommends a thorough preconstruction process that involves a general contractor with in-depth framing knowledge and their key suppliers, especially truss fabricators, with the design team. This collaboration results in framing designs that meet architectural and structural intent, ensure constructability, and seamless integration with other trades. The result is a project that can be built in budget, faster, and with simplicity that improves quality before construction starts. Harris emphasizes the importance of cultivating relationships with vendors and holding them to project specifications. This approach ensures quality and saves owners money. Once the project is set up for success, experienced and attentive on-site supervision is crucial. A dedicated framing professional who leads the Framing Subcontractor and interfaces directly with the project superintendent can catch minor issues before they become major problems. This level of supervision ensures the project stays on track and all team members are held accountable for their work. Properly implemented, Harris believes these strategies can be incredibly successful. He cites Pinkard's recent preconstruction efforts for Boulder County Housing Authority on Willoughby Corner, a multi-phased affordable community in Lafayette with 174 units in the first phase, as an example. Having a team who not only understands the wood framing process start to finish but also takes ownership and responsibility for its success is essential for ensuring that your wood frame project is delivered smoothly on schedule, competitively priced, and is a quality build that will last you decades. Read the full article here or down below. Learn More about Pinkard Frameworks here . Learn More Dan Harris, Wood Frame Manager Connect Multi-Family Construction See Projects Colorado Wood Framing Specialists 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

  • Centura Health Emergency and Urgent Care | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Centura Health Emergency and Urgent Care Lakewood, CO, USA Centura Health - Corporate Offices 10,700 Sq. Ft. Healthcare, Laboratory, Structural Slab, Structural Steel Superstructure, Emergency Rooms, Ground Up Centura Health's new 10,000 square foot Lakewood emergency department contains ten exam rooms, a trauma room, laboratory, digital radiology room, bariatrics room, CT scan room, med prep area, decontamination room, extensive med gas, and a drive-up EMS entrance. The ten exam rooms include one pediatric exam room and one psychiatric "safe room" holding area. The ground-up facility is on a structural slab with structural steel, metal panels, glass curtainwall, stucco and stone, and an emergency generator. While a typical urgent care is not equipped to treat emergency conditions, Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care locations provide patients with emergency and urgent care services in the same facility. They are staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week by Centura Health-affiliated board-certified emergency physicians, emergency-trained nurses, radiologic technologists, and other clinical specialists. "I really appreciated Pinkard acting in a very collaborative manner to identify efficient ways to make up for weather delays without just throwing money at it. I really appreciated them being conscious of my money." Healthcare Client "I was very pleased with Pinkard’s partnering. If we had issues with quality or schedule Pinkard would drop what they were doing to meet with me. Even with the hard conversations they were right there ready to go with detailed answers and explanations and options for solutions. Always professional conversations." Healthcare Client Related Healthcare Renovations and New Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects About Us Learn More 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

  • Brighton Oasis Aquatic Center | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Brighton Oasis Aquatic Center Brighton, CO, USA City of Brighton 5 acre site Public Projects, Recreation, Outdoor Pool, Ground Up The Brighton Oasis Family Aquatic Park, which replaces the City's 50-year-old outdoor pool at Benedict Park, has a large pool area, two slides, and a lazy river with a wave machine. Pinkard completed the hyper-fast-tracked Oasis ahead of schedule and under budget. The project includes: A leisure pool with tot area and connected, deeper adult pool. The tot area features zero-depth entry, a Vortex fumbling five water feature, play structures, and various sprays. A variable-depth lazy river with deck sprays, bench jets, rapids, and vortex. The lazy river is the state's only one to feature a wave generator. A deepwater pool with a one-meter dive stand is adjacent to the lazy river. Body flume water slide and inner tube flume slide Bathhouse, concessions/ticket office buildings with CMU cement-board siding and metal roofing. Amenities on the five-acre site include a picnic pavilion, various shade structures, and decorative fencing and landscaping. Construction Expertise Pinkard Rises to Any Pool Construction Challenge Read More Related Pool and Natatorium Constuction See Projects Recreation Construction See Projects Municipal 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 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 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 Awarded AGC Commendation for Excellent Safety Record

    Pinkard Construction Awarded AGC Commendation for Excellent Safety Record 2023-06-21 Share Share Pinkard Construction, a leading general contractor in Colorado, has been awarded a commendation from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Colorado for its excellent safety record in 2022. The company achieved an incident rate well below the national average. “We are honored to be recognized by AGC for our commitment to safety,” said Dave Ruddy, Pinkard’s safety manager. “Our company culture is centered around job site safety, and we are proud of our employees for their dedication to working safely.” Pinkard’s safety record is a reflection of its comprehensive safety program, which includes regular safety training, toolbox talks, and tailgate meetings. The company also has a strong safety culture, with employees encouraged to speak up if they see something unsafe. In addition to the AGC commendation, Pinkard was recently awarded the AGC and OSHA’s Construction Health and Safety Excellence (CHASE) White level in February. The CHASE program is a national safety initiative that recognizes companies for their commitment to safety. In a letter announcing the CHASE award, Bradley Gassman Safety and Environmental Director for AGC said, "Participation in the CHASE program is a reward to a contractor for their dedication to safe working practices on their job sites and providing safety & health training to their employees. This dedication must include a commitment to continue having a strong safety program and an outstanding safety record. I am excited to see the commitment of your company in the pursuit of ZERO injuries." “We are committed to providing a safe work environment for our employees , trade partners, and clients,” said Tony Burke, Pinkard’s president and CEO. “We are proud of our safety record and will continue to work hard to keep our teams safe.” Learn More Anthony Burke, LEED AP, President Connect Jose Amaya, Chief Business Development Officer Connect Mike Warns, Chief Risk Officer 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

  • Pinkard Announces New Manager of Field Operations

    Pinkard Announces New Manager of Field Operations 2023-04-13 Share Share Pinkard Construction, a general contractor operating in Colorado for over 60 years, recently announced a new Manager of Field Operations. Blake Chambliss, Pinkard's Chief Operating Officer, promoted Troy Bohlender (a 32-year construction industry veteran) from Quality Control Manager to Manager of Field Operations. Chambliss says that Bohlender’s new role will allow him to continue to manage Pinkard’s robust quality control program and support the company's commitment to offering hands-on support and development to its workforce. This, he says, is critical to maintaining quality and timely construction. “Troy has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and served as a valuable mentor to many of our superintendents and field personnel,” says Chambliss. “We congratulate Troy on his well-deserved promotion and look forward to his continued contributions to Pinkard’s continued success.” In his new role, Troy will support all project teams, primarily focusing on the field side of operations. Chambliss says that the role will be crucial to the success of Pinkard’s projects and project teams as we continue to grow and take on larger, more complex projects. “I have been with Pinkard for almost 27 years, and I am still excited to be here,” says Bohlender. “Mentorship and development of the team in the field is really what allows us to meet such high standards, and this will be my number one priority.” Learn More Blake Chambliss, Chief Operations Officer Connect Troy Bohlender, Manager of Field Operations 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

  • Pinkard Awarded Willoughby Corner Multi-Family Housing

    Pinkard Awarded Willoughby Corner Multi-Family Housing 2022-07-25 Share Share Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA) has awarded Pinkard Construction Willoughby Corner, a newly proposed , permanently affordable neighborhood in east Lafayette, Colorado. The project includes the construction of 400 rental and for-sale apartments, townhomes, and duplexes priced below the market rate for families and individuals who qualify. The project budget is approximately $40 Million and is projected to break ground in March 2023. The project is moving forward after both Lafayette Planning Commission and City Council unanimously approved the rezoning of the 24-acre Willoughby Corner site at the intersection of 120th and Emma streets from Industrial (M1) use to High-Density Residential (R4). In addition to the rezoning, BCHA also received nine percent Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA). The award will total $13 million over the next ten years and will specifically support the creation of affordable homes for older adults. “ After our excellent experience building The Spoke on Coffman with Pinkard, BCHA is excited to continue the relationship and momentum on Willoughby Corner, ” said Norrie Boyd, BCHA Executive Director. “ The Preconstruction staff have been incredible advisors throughout our funding, entitlements, and design processes. Pinkard understands what we need and provides a high level of service to support our pursuit of competitive tax credit financing. ” Boyd said that Willoughby Corner would serve households earning 60 percent or less of the Area Median Income (AMI) with below-market-rate rental homes and for-sale options for households earning up to 120 percent AMI. “Pinkard is excited to be a part of BCHA’s mission to provide housing relief to the families, individuals, single parents, older adults, and people living with disabilities in the area,” said Tony Burke, President of Pinkard Construction. “It’s no secret that rising housing prices have made renting and homeownership unattainable for many and Willoughby Corner is a lifeline for many.” In addition to the 400 affordable homes, Willoughby Corner will feature many sustainable features, including solar photovoltaics and electric charging stations, a network of community gardens, pedestrian and bike trails, and access to transit. BCHA Partnered with the University of Colorado's Masters of the Environment program to identify opportunities for boosting inclusivity and resilience in the face of climate change. To date, Pinkard has completed over 184 multifamily projects and over 78 affordable housing projects . Rendering provided by project architect, HB&A Architecture and Planning Learn More Affordable Housing Construction See Projects Multi-Family Construction See Projects Ground-Up Construction See Projects Willoughby Corner 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

  • Arapahoe High School Gymnasium Addition | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Arapahoe High School Gymnasium Addition Littleton, CO, USA Littleton Public Schools 9,850 Sq. Ft. K12, Recreation, Locker Room, Gymnasium, Structural Renovation, Major Building Systems Retrofit, Renovation, Occupied, Addition New gymnasium with a competition basketball court, three practice volleyball courts, and four rows of bleachers 1,750 sf locker room expansion for the Women’s Athletic programs PACE Special Needs Classroom expansion and MEP upgrades Business Department Remodel with new computer labs, lecture space, and offices Replacement of all student, staff, and athletic lockers Wrestling/weight room remodel, reconfiguration, and MEP upgrades Theatre seating replacement Concrete/site repairs ADA upgrades Life-safety upgrades Replacement of various MEP systems including: Swimming pool HVAC Science Wing AHU’s Kitchen, computer room, gymnasium, art, and wood shop Hot water boilers, pumps, and domestic water heating system Related K-12 Education Construction See Projects Special Projects See Projects Renovations and Additions See Projects Similar Projects Select Market Select Type Select Features Select Project Value Tags Reset Horace Mann K-8 K12, Classroom, Renovation Learn More Children's Hospital Early Childhood Center Healthcare, Office, Structural Steel Superstructure, Ground Up Learn More Graland New Commons Building K12, LEED Gold, Major Building Systems Retrofit, Multiple User Groups, Addition, Occupied, Renovation Learn More Cimarron Elementary Renovation K12 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

  • Carraway on Penn | Pinkard Construction | Colorado

    Carraway on Penn Denver, Colorado, USA Confluent Development 34,619 Sq. Ft., 42 Units Market Rate, Multi-Family Housing, Wood Framed, Masonry, Structural Steel Superstructure, Ground Up The project involved the development of a .3-acre site, which was transformed into a modern, state-of-the-art multifamily residential property. The development was approximately 34,619 square feet of living space, with a total of 42 residential units, providing ample space for residents to live comfortably. The property also featured amenity space, which added to the convenience and comfort of the residents, as well as onsite covered parking, which was a much-welcomed addition for the residents. According to Matt Chiodini, Associate Principal at OZ Architecture, the complex site geometry, which was in the shape of a triangle, served as the inspiration for the team to pay special attention to key corners and show restraint along the street edges. The sensitivity to building entries and window openings led to a unique asset that provided much-needed housing in the heart of South Pearl district. The team's goal with Carraway on Penn was to complement the historical components of the neighborhood while providing a thoughtful, modern living experience that delivered lasting value. Project News, Video Pinkard Completes Construction on Multi-Family Development in Platt Park Neighborhood Read More Project News Pinkard Tops Out Carraway on Penn Multi-Family Development Read More "We all know the incredible headwinds the construction industry has been facing for the last couple of years with supply chain issues, labor shortages, lack of qualified workers, and construction pricing escalations, yet your team hit those head-on, and managed the project very effectively and with integrity. " Developer "I just wanted to take a minute to express my sincere appreciation for the great job your team did regarding the construction of Carraway. I know our team thoroughly enjoyed working with your team, and in the end, the project was delivered on time and on budget, but most importantly with the level of quality that we were hoping to obtain. " Developer Related Multi-Family Construction See Projects In-House Wood Framing See Projects Ground-Up Construction 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 akin Golden Triangle Multi-Family, Market-Rate, Ground-Up, Tight site Learn More Krisana Affordable Apartments Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Housing, LIHTC, Sustainable, Ground Up, Mixed-Use, Wood Framed Learn More akin Tennyson Apartments Market Rate, Multi-Family Housing, Parking structure, Mixed Use, 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

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