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December 6-19, 2017 Page 27

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Construction, Design & Engineering

BMC Investments, a Denver-

based real estate investment

company, in partnership with

Saunders Construction and 4240

Architecture, announced the top-

ping out of 210 St. Paul, the first of

the two buildings that will make

up the St. Paul Collection, BMC’s

luxury rental residences and retail

offerings in the heart of Cherry

Creek North.

“The topping out of 210 St.

Paul is a significant moment for

BMC and St. Paul Collection and

we commend the entire team –

including Saunders Construction

and 4240 Architecture – for their

timely, efficient and exemplary

work on this project to date,”

said Adam Fenton, vice presi-

dent of development for BMC

Investments. “St. Paul Collec-

tion is going to transform this

area of Cherry Creek North and

we could not be more excited to

celebrate the progress we have

made.”

Designed as a micro-haven of

sophisticated urban living, the

$165 million St. Paul Collection

comprises two towers offering

165 luxury rental units ranging

in size from 770 to 2,800 square

feet as well as 55,000 sf of ground-

floor retail.Amenitieswill include

a rooftop deck with pool and

cabanas, clubhouse and a con-

cierge.

“The St. Paul Collection reflects

our core commitment to creating

memorable places that enhance

environments and celebrate expe-

riences,” saidMatt Cecere, princi-

pal at 4240 Architecture. “St. Paul

Collection blends seamlesslywith

the existing urban fabric while

also anticipating the future of

Cherry Creek North by reinforc-

ing a connection to the patterns,

personality and prosperity of the

district. These units live large. The

resident experience is elevated

froma typical apartment to some-

thing more like a five-star hotel.”

The first tower is scheduled for

completion in springwith the sec-

ond tower slated for fall.

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Saunders tops out BMC Investment’s 210 St. Paul in Cherry Creek North

JE Dunn has begun renovat-

ing Swedish Medical Center’s

emergency room on the hospi-

tal’s Eaglewood campus. Part of

an ongoing $50 million aesthetic

improvement project, the renova-

tions include the waiting room

andpublic spaces, and the creation

of a new entrance with a glass

canopy over the driveway, offer-

ing patients protection from the

elements. Additional lighting will

be installed to enhance safety and

visibility. The construction will be

completed in two phases and is

expected to be completed in Feb-

ruary. All emergency and hospital

services will continue to operate

as usual throughout the project,

including 24-hour Level 1 trauma,

stroke and burn care. The project

was designed by Perkins + Will

of Dallas.

Located at the corner of East

Girard Avenue and South Penn-

sylvania Street, the SwedishMedi-

calCenteremergencyroompatient

entrance has been temporar-

ily relocated during construction.

Patients enter through a marked

breezeway, just to the right of the

former entry doors.

The Swedish Medical Center

emergency room cares for more

than 70,000 patients each year

including approximately 2,200

trauma patients.

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JE Dunn renovates Swedish ER as facility remains open

Construction for Building No.

4 on the northwest corner of the

Paul Sandoval Campus in Den-

ver began in July. The Staple-

ton Design Review Committee

approved LOA Architecture’s

design for the building at the

prominent intersection at Cen-

tral Park Boulevard and 56th

Avenue. The three-story build-

ing with a central atrium totals

56,000 square feet and reflects

the existing campus building

materials. The building use is

intended for instructional class-

rooms that can accommodate

500 students. Construction is

scheduled to be completed by

August. Mark Young Construc-

tion has been selected as the gen-

eral contractor.

LOA Architecture generated

the master plan of the 20-acre

campus and has designed the

small learning community, gym-

nasium and commons building,

all of which have been in use

for the last three years. In an

effort to strengthen the design

team, LOA Architecture asked

local firm TreanorHL to provide

planning assistance and interior

design services for all four build-

ings on the campus.

As part of Northfield High

School’s growing requirements,

LOA Architecture has complet-

ed the design process for 1) a

new full-service kitchen in the

Commons Building and 2) a

new international baccalaureate

library to serve the high school.

Bothprojects are to be completed

byAugust.

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LOA Architecture continues work on Paul Sandoval Campus at Stapleton

Located on Brighton Boule-

vard near 38th Street in Den-

ver, the new home of Colle-

giate Peaks Bank can be seen

rising 2 1/2 stories above the

street level in River North.

White Construction Group

has completed the work on the

foundations, stair cores, slabs,

and most recently, steel fram-

ing on a site with challenging

logistics. The project topped

out just before Halloween and

is on track to be occupied in

mid-2018.

Designed by Surround

Architecture, the bank’s form

is defined by a combination

of soaring structural steel por-

tal frames wrapped in cross-

laminated timber panels, all

punctuated by an expansive

glass curtain wall.

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White Construction Group tops out Collegiate Peaks Bank in RiNo

Ware Malcomb recently com-

pleted civil engineering services

for the Trails at Coal Creek, a

new home community by Mer-

itageHomes located at stateHigh-

way 287 and Coal Creek Drive in

Lafayette.

Located just minutes from

downtown Lafayette with access

to the Coal Creek Trail System, the

Trails at Coal Creek community is

the ideal setting for outdoor-ori-

ented families in Boulder County.

The community is comprised of

317 single-family residential lots

situated over 114 acres. With the

infrastructure now complete,

the new single-family homes are

being constructed in three phases.

Ware Malcomb’s civil engi-

neering services for the project

included realigning the flood-

plain in one reach of the creek

and the construction of a 60-foot-

long pedestrian bridge across

the creek. The construction of

the bridge improves the trail sys-

tem and limits the impact on the

wetlands. The site included the

addition of acceleration/decelera-

tion lanes, left turn lanes and a

new traffic signal on state High-

way 287. Ware Malcomb also

designed infrastructure to support

enhanced handicapped access for

the homes.

“It is always exciting towork on

a new residential community that

will soon be home to hundreds of

families,” said Tom Jansen, prin-

cipal, civil engineering, of Ware

Malcomb. “We worked closely

with Meritage Homes to design

an efficient site plan and infra-

structure for the development of

this new home community.”

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Ware Malcomb completes civil engineering for Trails at Coal Creek

Surround Architecture

The bank’s form is defined by a combination of soaring structural

steel portal frames wrapped in cross-laminated timber panels.

Rendering depicts 210 St. Paul lobby

The Paul Sandoval Campus is expanding with Building No. 4, designed by LOA Architecture.