This project consisted of a two-story administration building for Summit Fire and EMS. The building was constructed using traditional building materials i.e. steel frame with concrete decks and CMU stair/elevator cores.
The 30th & Larimer project included both adaptive-reuse and ground-up construction of three stand-alone facilities on one site. The project incorporated a ground-up 3-story office building, renovation of an end-of-life 2-story brick building for a brewery and a ground-up pre-engineered metal building for several mixed-use tenants. This building houses Odell Brewing Company’s small-batch brew house and tap room, Shake Shack, Fierce 45 and numerous office tenants to come.
The Rocky Mountain Park Inn (now called the Ridgeline Hotel) is a full-service hotel offering 150 guest rooms, a 20,000-square-foot conference center, on-site restaurant, indoor heated swimming pool and fitness center.
This station houses fire fighting and EMS apparatus and acts as a training facility for the FMFD. The facility includes offices as well as dormitories for overnight stays if the situation requires that. The new station also acts as a community gathering place in emergencies.
This facility is home to Boulder’s wildland fire crews and also acts as the regional command center in conjunction with the already existing training center facilities. The project includes dormitories, officer offices and gathering areas such as a large commercial kitchen and workout area.
Construction of a five-unit town-home project located in downtown Boulder’s Pearl Street district. These high-end units included a detached parking structure with individual garages, rooftop patios, private backyards and various premium finishes throughout.