A Three-Building, Mixed-Use Development in the RiNo Art District

DENVER, CO

 
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The 30th & Larimer project included both adaptive-reuse and ground-up construction of three stand-alone facilities on one project site. The end products include retail, restaurant, office, fitness, brewery and other ancillary uses.

 
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PROJECT INFORMATION

Location: Denver, CO

Site Size: 0.9 acres

Building Size: 29,750 SF

Construction Duration: 12 Months

 
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BUILDING METHODS

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.

 
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SCHEDULE & LOGISTICS

The project consisted of three buildings with concurrent construction schedules so site logistics and staging, coordination with inspection authorities, and coordination with end users (tenants) were all project challenges. Symmetry Builders, Inc. was able to staff and run all three projects at the time with no significant hurdles. Furthermore, the three buildings were built using three different construction process:

- 2995 Larimer St. is a pre-engineered metal building (Shake Shack).

- 2945 Larimer St. is an existing 100-year-old brick building with a wood framed addition (Odell Brewing Company).

- 2935 Larimer St. is a traditional structural steel, steel framed office building.

Symmetry Builders, Inc. was also able to overcome the site limitations; the three buildings are located in a high-traffic urban area and had tight site restraints which made logistics a key component of success.

 
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KEY TEAM MEMBERS

Henry Zurbrugg | President

Andy Wood | Vice President

Josh Brasseal | Senior Project Manager

Dan Hauser | Superintendent

 
 
 
 

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