The ENR regional editors have selected two companies for 2014 Contractor of the Year honors within the Mountain States region: Jacobsen Construction Co., Salt Lake City, for the Intermountain area; and Haselden Construction Co. for Colorado and Wyoming.
Haselden Construction works in Colorado, Wyoming and throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Services include general contracting, construction management, design-build, turnkey development and preconstruction. Project specialties include schools, health care and hospitals, higher-ed facilities and commercial buildings.
Haselden’s notable current and recent projects include: the $262-million University of Colorado Hospital’s Anschutz Cancer Pavilion in Aurora, Colo. The project created a 108,500-sq-ft facility for outpatient care for all types of cancers, cancer prevention and early detection, radiation oncology and research. Colorado State University’s Engineering II Building in Fort Collins, Colo. The $58-million,122,000-sq-ft building is a center for engineering instruction. It was completed last summer. The new $25-million headquarters for IMA Financial on the north wing of Denver’s Union Station; University of Wyoming’s Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center and
the second phase of Aspen Valley Hospital.
Haselden Wyoming Constructors recently opened its second office in Wyoming—this time in Laramie—and Haselden has been selected to construct five new K-12 projects. The Centennial, Colo.-based firm ranked exceptionally high on this year’s list of Colorado-Wyoming GCs.
Jacobsen is a 92-year-old Salt Lake City-based contractor that does mostly regional work in health care, offices, institutional, retail and church buildings.
Notable recent and ongoing projects include: the $60-million dōTERRA Worldwide Corporate Campus in Pleasant Grove, Utah. It will become the new worldwide headquarters for dōTERRA, a leader in the sourcing, testing, manufacturing and distribution of essential oils. The four-story, $45-million expansion and remodel of Budge Clinic at Logan Regional Hospital in Logan, Utah; a $118-million Ambulatory Care Complex for the University of Utah Healthcare and Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City; and the $44-million Utah Valley University Student Life & Wellness Center in Orem, Utah, among many other projects.
Jacobsen is very active in community service work, including conducting food drives and pouring sidewalks at a local school for the blind, in addition to numerous other community activities.
It also ranked high on this year’s list of Intermountain area GCs, which will be revealed in the August issue of ENR Mountain States.
Complete profiles of both Jacobsen and Haselden will appear in the August issue of ENR Mountain States, and they will be honored at the region’s two Best Projects events in late October.
Congratulations to both firms for being selected as 2014 Contractors of the Year.