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December 6-19, 2017

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Construction, Design & Engineering

Hyder Construction recently

broke ground on The Flats at

VillaRosso, a new develop-

ment of condominium resi-

dences in the Denver Tech

Center West. The three-story

building, which includes 29

units ranging in size from 808

to 1,519 square feet, will be

located at 4885 S. Monaco in

Denver, and will be completed

next fall.

“We’re very excited to

announce the groundbreaking

of the Flats at VillaRosso and

the second release of available

units,” said David Friedman,

CEO of D.H. Friedman Prop-

erties. “This development is

currently one of the only con-

dominium projects under con-

struction in the tech center, and

we think residents will really

appreciate the quiet location

surrounded by so many ame-

nities,” he added.

The residences will feature

10-foot ceilings, hardwood

floors, walk-in closets in mas-

ter bedrooms and some sec-

ond bedrooms, and multiple

designer finish options. Kitch-

ens include custom 42-inch

upper cabinetry, solid quartz

countertops, pantry cabinets,

KitchenAid stainless steel

appliances, gas ranges, and

kitchen islands that accom-

modate seating. Bathrooms

will also include solid quartz

countertops in addition to

dual vanity sinks, tile flooring,

and designer tile in baths and

showers.

The exterior, designed by

Design Edge of Denver, fea-

tures classic brick and stucco,

low-E energy-efficient win-

dows and balconies with gas

grill hookups in every unit.

“The Flats at VillaRosso is

another terrific addition to

the Denver Tech Center area

and we’re really looking for-

ward to its opening,” said

Peter Culshaw, executive vice

president of Shea Properties

and chairman of the Denver

South Economic Development

Partnership. “Being minutes

from light rail and many walk-

able retail areas, this type of

transit-oriented development

is redefining what sophisti-

cated metro living can be,” he

added.

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Hyder Construction breaks ground on Flats at VillaRosso in tech center

Rowland+Broughton Archi-

tecture/Urban Design/Interior

Design received the American

Planning Association Colorado

Merit Award for the Commer-

cial, Lodging and Historic District

Design Standards and Guidelines

(Commercial Design Standards

and Guidelines) for the city of

Aspen.

The Commercial Design Stan-

dards and Guidelines docu-

ment was a collaborative effort

among the city of Aspen,

Rowland+Broughton and Aspen

consulting firm BendonAdams.

All three entities received an

award.

Rowland+Broughton

was

responsible for the document’s

graphic design, assisted in and

analyzed feedback fromthe public

process, coordinatedphotography,

helped generate the guideline lan-

guage and direction, edited the

entire 103-page document and cre-

ated videos of various character

areas.

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Rowland+Broughton wins merit award for Aspen’s commercial design standards

GE Johnson and Penrose St.

Francis Health Services topped

out of a large expansion project

at St. Francis Medical Center.

The project comes as the lat-

est installment in a shared his-

tory between the organizations

spanning nearly 30 years.

The additions to the hospi-

tal include 168,580 square feet

of new construction consisting

of a four-story expansion and

a new garden level that will

feature covered parking and

an emergency medical servic-

es lounge. The first floor will

be home to a new emergen-

cy department and additional

shell space, while the second

floor will add three new operat-

ing rooms, support space and

additional shell space for future

expansion. The third floor will

include a wellness garden, neo-

natal intensive care unit expan-

sion and ante-partum rooms.

The fourth floor will remain

an area devoted to mechanical

space.

“We’ve been working along-

side Penrose St. Francis Health

Services for many years, so the

chance to join them in bring-

ing critical services to northeast

Colorado Springs is incredible,”

said Fred Wolfe, construction

executive for the project. “We

are using the integrated project

delivery method, which allows

us to work much more closely

with all our project partners. It’s

truly a special project to be a

part of.”

The large-scale expansion

broke ground in May and is

on track for completion in early

2019.

Also, in the last month, GE

Johnson has celebrated project

milestones with four K-12 edu-

cation partners across the Rocky

Mountain region.

In Jackson, Wyoming, GE

Johnson and Teton County

School District No. 1 celebrat-

ed the topping out of Munger

Mountain Elementary School.

When complete, MMES will

encompass 78,000 sf and house

nearly 600 students ranging

from kindergarten to fifth grade,

easing capacity concerns from

surrounding schools.

In Colorado, GE Johnson

broke ground on two education

projects for School District 49

in Falcon. Various additions are

being completed at Falcon Mid-

dle School and Vista Ridge High

School, including a 16,000-sf

addition at FMS and three sepa-

rate additions at VRHS totaling

21,600 f.

Finally, GE Johnson has part-

nered with Academy District 20

for a renovation project at School

in the Woods. The new cam-

pus building will include class-

rooms, administrative space, a

nature center, library/technol-

ogy room and various smaller

spaces. The specialty school in

Black Forest – north of Colorado

Springs – allows fourth graders

the opportunity to engage in the

natural sciences on 640 wilder-

ness acres. The expansion will

allow the school to expand the

program for Academy District

20 students.

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GE Johnson tops out St. Francis Medical Center expansion in Colorado Springs

Hyder Construction is building DTC’s The Flats at VillaRosso.

The topping-out ceremony marks the placement of the final piece of structural steel.

Construction

manager

Pinkard Construction, with

owner Frasier Meadows and

Hord Coplan Macht Architects,

recently broke ground on Frasi-

er Meadows’ upcoming master

plan expansion, a $90 million

(soft costs) construction project

on Frasier’s 20-acre senior living

Boulder campus.

“Truly, Frasier’s past is the

foundation that inspires our

future dreams,” said Frasier

President Tim Johnson. “After

the devastating 2013 flood that

greatly affected us, a new gen-

esis of our master plan began to

take shape. It’s been four years

of planning and working with

the residents, staff, the city and

our master plan partners, to

arrive at this point – and we

couldn’t bemore pleased for the

future of Frasier.”

Designed by Hord Coplan

Macht Architects, Frasier’s mas-

ter plan expansion includes 98

additional independent living

apartments, a newarts and edu-

cation building, an expanded

wellness center and extensive

renovations of dining venues.

As Colorado’s only Commis-

sion on Accreditation of Reha-

bilitation Facilities-accredited

continuing care retirement com-

munity, Frasier has been dedi-

cated to helping seniors enjoy

vibrant and fulfilling lives since

1960.

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Pinkard Construction breaks ground on $76.5M Frasier Meadows project

Demolition makes way for Frasier Meadows’ expansion in Boulder.