Stantec to Develop Regional HQ Campus For Kiewit Corp.
Stantec has been selected to serve as architect and interior designer for the new regional headquarters campus in the Denver area for Kiewit Corp. The nearly 400,000-sq-ft office complex will accommodate more than 1,700 employees. Stantec also will provide landscape architecture and lighting design for the facility. Kiewit Building Group will serve as the general contractor. The first phase of the project, which includes the first office building and a parking garage, is expected to be complete in spring 2021.
Layton Construction Merges With STO Building Group
New York City-based contractor STO Building Group Inc. said on Dec. 4 that it had signed an M&A deal under which Sandy, Utah-based Layton Construction Co. will become part of STO’s expanding growth platform. Layton will retain its name, branding and senior leaders. The companies say the merger will allow them to leverage each other’s geographic reach to better serve clients with multiple locations and allow Layton to extend ownership potential to a broader employee base.
Sundt Completes Redwood Road, I-215 Interchange Project
Sundt Construction Inc. recently completed the I-215 and Redwood Road Interchange project in North Salt Lake, Utah, for the Utah Dept. of Transportation. The Sundt team resurfaced Redwood Road from 500 South in Bountiful to Center Street in North Salt Lake and Recreation Way to the county line. The team also reconstructed and widened four miles of the I-215 from 2100 N to I-15. The reconstruction of I-215 required placement of more than 25,000 cu yd of concrete.
Sundt then rebuilt and reconfigured the intersection of Redwood Road and Center Street, which included adding turning lanes, northbound lanes and signals. The team also fully reconstructed and widened Redwood Road between Center Street and I-215. The final piece of the project was the addition of a diverging diamond intersection and bridge over I-215.
Brinkman Construction Opens New Office in Denver’s River North
Brinkman Construction has moved to a new office in Denver’s River North Arts District at 2935 Larimer St. The new office will provide additional space to support further expansion in the region. Design of the space incorporates reclaimed timbers from an adaptive-reuse project Brinkman recently worked on. Spacious windows infuse the interior with natural light and provide views of the downtown skyline.
“With the expansiveness of our portfolio across the entire Front Range from Colorado Springs to Cheyenne, we needed a new office to accommodate that growth,” said Jim Ciesla, president & CEO of Brinkman Construction.