BMC Investments underway with its 240 St. Paul mixed-use project
GE Johnson has broken ground on 240 St. Paul Street in Cherry Creek North for developer BMC Investments. The building previously on the property was demolished to make way for a new 76,000-square-foot, six-story commercial building. A “world-class” fitness club will anchor the new building, taking 33,000 sf on the first three floors.
Kris Oppermann SternJune 29, 2020
GE Johnson tops out Switchbacks FC Stadium
Last month, GE Johnson installed the final steel beam on the Switchbacks FC Stadium, located in downtown Colorado Springs. Per tradition, the beam was flanked by the American and Colorado state flags as well as the Switchbacks official flag and an evergreen tree.
Kris Oppermann SternJune 21, 2020
Engineers overcome intense conditions to rebuild Pikes Peak Summit House
Crews are in the second year of construction of the new $56 million, 38,000-square-foot Pikes Peak Summit Complex, a three-building campus consisting of a visitor center with dining and rooftop terraces, observation decks and interactive displays, and a high-altitude research and communications center.
Building DialogueSeptember 16, 2019
GE Johnson Construction tops out 260 North
GE Johnson Construction Co. recently topped out 260 North Josephine, bringing Cherry Creek North.Owner Elevation Development Group, architect Open Studio Architecture and general contractor GE Johnson have collaborated to deliver this project across multiple zoning boundaries and in an extremely dense work area.
Kris Oppermann SternApril 14, 2019
Prism: From parking lot to jewel box
For decades the corner of 17th and Curtis streets in downtown Denver was nothing more than parking lot. It had an ATM. You probably parked there once or twice. I know I did. Well, like many lots that once inhabited downtown Denver, this one was destined for greater things as Denver’s building boom exploded.
Building DialogueDecember 10, 2018