The State Capitol Building is an unmistakable piece of Colorado history—nobody passes through the city without noticing and admiring its shining dome.
This building modernization included new construction as well as extensive renovations, adding nearly 95,000 sq ft to a 130-year-old government complex.
Platte Fifteen is Denver’s first structure to utilize sustainable cross-laminated timber, or CLT. This five-story, 150,000-sq-ft building features highly efficient floor plates and zero-lot-line construction.
Solar installation spotlight: balancing modernity and heritage at the Boulder Jewish Community Center
Sustainability, lower operating costs and return on investment all became paramount issues for the development of this system that will serve the Colorado nonprofit and surrounding Jewish community.