CREJ - page 38

Page 38 —
COLORADO REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
— August 19-September 1, 2015
senior marketing coordinator in
The Beck Group’s
Denver office.
She is a certified professional
services mar-
keter with
eight years of
architecture,
engineering
and construc-
tion experi-
ence, previ-
ously work-
ing locally
for Fentress
Architects
and Kiewit Building Group
before joining the commercial
architecture, construction and
development firm.
s
RTA Architects
added four
new staff members to its team.
Joining the architecture firm
are
Matthew Carlson, Scott
Blosser, AIA, NCARB, Sheva
Willoughby, Associate AIA,
and
Alexandria Asmus.
Carlson received his Master of
Architecture degree fromWen-
tworth Institute of Technology
and brings
three years of
professional
experience to
the company.
He will be
part of the
health care
and education
teams.
Blosser,
who joined
the health care team, graduated
with a Bachelor of Architecture
degree from Oklahoma State
University. His previous experi-
ence includes the Tandy Educa-
tion Center at the University
of Oklahoma, Chisholm Creek
Master Plan and Tract 30 at
Chisholm
Creek.
Willoughby
received her
Master of
Architecture
from the Uni-
versity of Col-
orado Denver
and has three
years of
historic pres-
ervation expe-
rience and
four years of
experience in
health care
architecture.
She also
joined the
firm’s health
care team.
Asmus
recently
graduated from the University
of Northwestern. She joined RTA
as the new
marketing
assistant.
s
Mainte-
nance Design
Group
recently pro-
moted several
staff across
the organiza-
tion, includ-
ing
Sheena Zimmerman
in the
firm’s Denver office.
Zimmerman was promoted to
senior facil-
ity designer.
She has been
with the
firm, which
specializes in
planning and
functional
design for
transporta-
tion mainte-
nance facilities across the U.S.,
for six years and has worked on
numerous transportation and
municipal projects throughout
the United States.
s
Scott McHale,
a senior project
manager at
Rowland +
Broughton
Architecture
and Urban
Design, was
selected as a
member of
Aspen-based
Roaring Fork
Leadership’s
Class of 2015.
Each year, Roaring Fork Lead-
ership selects a group of individ-
uals with diverse backgrounds
to participate in a 10-month pro-
gram designed to develop lead-
ers within the local community,
with class size limited to 40.
s
Nicole Fatchaline
Matthew Carlson
Scott Blosser
Sheva Willoughby
Alexandria Asmus
Sheena Zimmerman
Scott McHale
Burton said the two companies
share a common business per-
spective and a long-term view
with regard to tenants, the broker-
age community and other stake-
holders.
“HighField Business Park rep-
resents a great location for indus-
trial development with proximity
to an educated labor pool, strong
infrastructure and easy access to
E-470, I-25 and the southeast light
rail. We look forward to working
with Bradbury Properties on this
project and being part of their leg-
acy to develop and grow this area
into a top-tier market,” he said.
The park is located in Doug-
las County, which Bradbury said
has been an ally in development
at HighField. “They’re very sup-
portive. Things get done quickly
and efficiently,” he said.
s
Tom Bradbury of Bradbury
Properties, left, and Marshall
Burton of Confluent Development
have teamed up to build out the
final 72 acres at HighField Business
Park. Construction of a 100,000-sf
speculative building catty-corner
from Polystrand Inc.’s manufactur-
ing facility, pictured in the back-
ground, will start next month.
HighField Business Park is located off E-471 and Peoria Street, near Centennial Airport.
1...,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37 39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,...100
Powered by FlippingBook