Workplace Design that Maximizes Your Real Estate Investment

SPONSORED CONTENT Source: EUA Eppstein Uhen: Architects | Originally posted on www.eua.com by Eric Romano, AIA, EIT, LEED AP The Art of Creating Spaces that Spark Innovation It’s no secret that Denver is growing—and so is the price of real estate. In response to this climate, companies are getting creative and resourceful with their space. More and…

CREJ

June 28, 2018

A Brand Worth Believing In

SPONSORED CONTENT Source: EUA Eppstein Uhen: Architects | Originally posted on www.eua.com by Eric Romano, AIA, EIT, LEED AP How the Milwaukee Bucks Used Branding to Activate Their Corporate Headquarters In recent years, Denver has become a millennial magnet for a host of reasons. With so many of these young professionals flocking to the city and now…

CREJ

June 21, 2018

Spectrum Plaza: Leap of Faith

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Clairvoyance is the ability to perceive things in the future beyond normal sensory contact. Such a skill would be an asset in commercial real estate development, where intuition must be carefully balanced by the analysis of a broad range of conditions, challenge, and constraints reaching far beyond the capacity of mere instinct.

Building Dialogue

June 18, 2018

The Tipping Point: Will Talent Stay or Will They Go

SPONSORED CONTENT Source: EUA Eppstein Uhen: Architects | Originally posted on www.eua.com by Eric Romano, AIA, EIT, LEED AP Using Your Space to Engage Employees to Create a Long-Term Relationship It’s safe to say that every company has a goal to attract and retain the best and brightest talent. Competition is fierce, with the length of time […]

CREJ

June 18, 2018

Joy Ramsey Spatz rejoins BurkettEUA

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Joy Ramsey Spatz will take on the role of studio director for Eppstein Uhen Architects’ Denver office, BurkettEUA. Ramsey Spatz has more than 30 years of architecture and interior design experience in the Denver area, including 17 years with Burkettdesign, now BurkettEUA.

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 23, 2018

Water conservation key to Sterling Ranch

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Water. While much has been written about affordable housing and the acute labor shortage, as pressing as these problems are, they take a backseat to water. Without water, development and growth in a semi-arid region like the Front Range, grinds to a halt. But water, like the ever-changing weather in Colorado, seems to be something…

John Rebchook

July 26, 2017