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Castle Rock has developed a water supply system that can use renewable sources to meet the town’s growing demand. Burns & McDonnell developed a unique drinking water plant that treats both groundwater and surface water sources and helps the town add advanced treatment systems to the plant.
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District has provided recreational opportunities for nearly 160,000 residents in six cities and towns throughout Arapahoe, Douglas and Jefferson counties for nearly 40 years.
Few projects have the power to impact an entire city; however, Weidner Field not only serves as the permanent home for the Colorado Springs Switchbacks Soccer Club but also is designed to help reinvigorate the city’s core.
Sutherland plus Park equals S’PARK, a 434,000-sq-ft new neighborhood in the heart of Boulder that’s built on the notion that retail, office and residential spaces work best when they coexist and collaborate.
The goal for this remodeling project was to upgrade the capabilities of this decades-old facility by adding several new systems, bringing them up to code and creating three new data center pods that incorporate hot-aisle containment technology—all while minimizing critical downtime.
This project is the fourth design-build project in the city of Denver’s history, and the third design-build project for which SEMA was selected as design-build contractor by the Denver Office of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI).
Expanding a 34-acre high school campus occupied by nearly 2,000 students is no easy task. However, despite the onset of COVID-19, this project was completed in just 12 months, five months earlier than planned.
The city of Fountain wanted safer connectivity and traffic progression in a fast-growing part of town. As ground zero for a planned major residential development, the area also is a main route for both the school system and provides the only access to the regional landfill.
The University of Denver’s new Dimond Family Residential Village and Community Commons is designed to improve the student experience by providing a space that reimagines community, connection and learning.
The city of Thornton’s 29,000-sq-ft design-build Fire Department Administration Headquarters includes offices, conference rooms, break rooms and work areas on the second floor, along with four large pull-through apparatus bays, 10 bunk rooms, a large dayroom and kitchen space, decontamination areas, locker rooms and an indoor-outdoor fitness center on the first floor.
In 1985, Congress created the Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization to destroy the remaining 10% of the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile. To date, chemical weapons have been eliminated at six of the eight original storage sites.
The Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts has become one of the primary venues for local and regional theater as well as a fixture for theater education and for the promotion of the arts in the Denver community.
The key feature of the aquarium’s new Science Learning Campus is its Ecosystem Exploration Craft & Observatory, or EECO, which repurposes a 190-ton, 165-ft-tall metal sculpture that originally served as U2’s stage during the band’s 360-degree tour.
This 149-room Courtyard by Marriott, located at the foot of Utah’s Big Cottonwood and Little Cottonwood canyons, offers easy access to downtown and the area’s major ski resorts and fills a gap in hospitality offerings in the area.
This five-acre town square is a multi-use space that accommodates a broad range of year-round activities, including concerts, craft and retail booths, festivals, a weekly farmer’s market and outdoor winter recreation such as ice skating.
This conversion of an abandoned dietary supplement production facility into a new headquarters for the Built Bar protein bar company required extensive demolition and remodeling to accommodate the company’s 300-ft-long production lines.
Now the largest pedestrian bridge in the state, this new connection over Interstate 15 and the Union Pacific and FrontRunner rail lines is a vital connection from the Utah Transit Authority Intermodal Center to the UVU campus, which is home to more than 40,000 students.
This new building includes simulation labs, classrooms, offices and gathering spaces designed to create a learning environment that provides real-life experience while accommodating state-of-the-art equipment and training that meets the needs of industry partners.
This remodel gives new life to an old 1950s-era campus building by replacing the curtain wall and upgrading the mechanical and electrical systems to achieve better thermal comfort and improve energy efficiency.
This new fire station for South Davis Metro Fire includes four drive-through garage bays, a fire turnout gear room and a 25-ft-tall fire training stair tower as well as training, fitness and living space for the firefighters.
The woven bird’s nest pattern in this new performing arts center mimics that of Alta High School’s hawk mascot, and the placement of its 1,400-seat auditorium in the center of the building suggests a hawk’s nest.