Mortenson broke ground earlier this month on the newest bioscience project at the Fitzsimons Innovation Community. Officials from the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority joined dignitaries from the University of Colorado, the city of Aurora, the Aurora and Denver Metro Chambers, along with U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman celebrated the groundbreaking.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction recently began demolition of the now-vacant building on the northeast corner of Platte and 15th streets in downtown Denver. The property was formerly home to Natural Grocers and Confluence Kayaks; it represents the future site of Platte Fifteen, a five-story, 151,736-square-foot mixed-use development.
Rocky Mountain Public Media has raised $14 million in 12 months to put it on track for Mortenson Construction to break ground in August for the new headquarters, the Buell Public Media Center, in Denver’s Arapahoe Square.
East West Partners announced the start of construction on One Snowmass, the two-building complex that will house an arrival center to Snowmass Base Village, 41 luxury residences and commercial properties on the ground floor, including the new Base Village Medical Center
Zeppelin Station, a 100,000-square-foot creative workplace and market hall located at the 38th and Blake Station of the RTD commuter rail line in Denver’s River North neighborhood, will open next week.
GTC recently broke ground on a new medical office building in Erie for Boulder Community Health. The project involves core and shell construction of a 41,628-square foot, two-story, mixed-use building.
GE Johnson Construction Co. recently topped out two health care projects: Children’s Hospital Colorado’s newest pediatric hospital in Colorado Springs as well as an expansion of University of Colorado Health’s Memorial Hospital North in Colorado Springs.