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  • News | Pinkard Construction

    Newsroom Share Share Share Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” In part one in our series discussing Men’s Mental Health Month, we chat with Field Safety Manager Dave Ruddy. Read More Filter By Topic Filter By Market Reset Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids Learn More Pinkard and Urban Land Conservancy Break Ground on 102 Affordable Apartments on West Colfax Learn More Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style Learn More Curated Urban Living Project, akin Tennyson, Tops Out in Berkeley Learn More Our Latest Videos Pinkard Commits to Building a Welcoming and Inclusive Industry Learn More Pinkard Construction is committed to building a more welcoming and inclusive industry in Colorado, by signing the AGC's Culture of Care Pledge and implementing the CARE principles that focus on hiring and paying based on skill and experience, creating an inclusive workplace, and removing barriers to advancement. Button Button More News Select Topic Button Button Pinkard and Urban Land Conservancy Break Ground on 102 Affordable Apartments on West Colfax Read More Volunteer Stories: Interview Skills for the Next Generation Read More Pinkard Commences Village on Main Affordable Senior Apartments Rehabilitation Read More Pinkard Completes Preconstruction Phase of Buffalo Run Golf Course Clubhouse Expansion Read More Curated Urban Living Project, akin Tennyson, Tops Out in Berkeley Read More A Culture of Safety Excellence Read More Pinkard Tops Out $80,000,000 Willoughby Corner in Boulder County Read More Pinkard’s Jose Amaya Assumes Board of Directors’ Role with Housing Colorado Read More Case Studies Select Topic Button Button Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style A complicated renovation. A challenge to keep costs low. A beautiful outcome. Read More Project Rewind: Assuming Risk to Meet Deadlines at Denver's Central Platte Campus Pinkard looks back on our project with Denver's Public Works Department and our strategy to overcome a schedule crunch. Read More Pinkard Construction Awarded Bay Aquatic Park Renovation Pinkard Construction has been awarded the renovation of The Bay Aquatic Parkin Broomfield. Pinkard was the original contractor when the facility was built in 1991. Read More Pinkard Construction’s Thrive Affordable Apartments Wins Community Impact Award Pinkard’s Thrive wins Community Impact award Read More We're Hiring! Pinkard supports, develops, and keeps its talent close to home. See Our Culture Apply Today! Subcontractor Partners Our work is only as good as the trusted subcontractors that work with us Prequalify Today! See Projects

  • Pinkard Construction Company | Colorado

    We Build Better Pinkard is a Colorado construction company specializing in ground-up, renovation, construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC), and design-build projects for over 60 years. Learn More Work With Us What's New Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” Read More More News Partner Better. Plan Better. FRAME BETTER! Read More See Website Featured Project akin Tennyson Apartments Read More More Projects Our Expertise We build senior living, affordable housing, multi-family, recreation, municipal, and commercial projects. Our Markets Our Projects What Our Clients Say Affordable Housing Client "[Your Team] had the foresight and directive to solve conflicts before they became larger issues, really managing the owner and architect to make effective decisions to make this project an overwhelming success!" See The Project #PinkardPeople Commit. Attract. Retain. Empower. Our People are our greatest asset. Staffing Strategy See Leadership Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! Our Services See Projects Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Case Studies Subcontractor Partners Our work is only as good as the trusted subcontractors that work with us. Prequalify See Projects We're Hiring! Pinkard supports, develops, and keeps its talent close to home. Our Culture Apply Today! Featured Project Thrive/Holden Street Apartments Read More More Projects Get in touch! Are you ready to build better? Send us a message, and we will connect you with our team. Continue

  • Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen”

    Men’s Mental Health Month: “I don’t have the answers, but I can listen” 2024-06-14 Share Share June is Men’s Mental Health Month. While there’s a loud and important push within construction to make our industry more diverse and inclusive, the fact remains that our industry is heavily comprised of men—meaning that the issues surrounding men’s mental health affect our community disproportionately. While Pinkard Construction strives to be a leader in mental health—recently earning the highest mental health resources score of any general contractor in Colorado as a Health Links “Blue Badge Certified” Healthy Workplace—much work remains in addressing the deeply-entrenched cultural norms that keep people, men in particular, from discussing mental health and taking action. In part one of our three-part series of Q&As discussing Men’s Mental Health Month, we chat with Field Safety Manager David Ruddy, aka “Safety Dave,” about the 20bet casino apprelationship between mental health and safety, and how making yourself vulnerable is the first step to getting others to open up. What first got you thinking about men’s mental health? Pinkard is big on mental health, but when it comes to men specifically, I remember hearing a speech on it from the Colorado Department of Public Health back in 2017. The guy had all these resources geared toward reaching men who might be resistant to it — like the Man Therapy posters you can still see in our breakroom — and it really opened my eyes to the unique struggles that men face. We started talking on the Pinkard safety committee about what we can do better. How do we give people an innocent choice to call somebody for help? One thing we did was start putting up these stickers inside every single porta-john on our job sites. They say “YOU MATTER” in English and Spanish, with a QR code that will take you to the “988” National Suicide Prevention hotline. What resources does Pinkard offer its employees? Our benefits package includes various resources through Cigna Behavioral Health, plus Magellan EAP, which gives everyone 5 free counseling sessions, and Youturn Health, a virtual support program for those struggling with stress and substance issues. I am part of the Youturn program, and, in fact, I utilize that service myself. I've had some challenges within my family, and with my Youturn coach, we’ll talk it through, they’ll give me advice, like, “Dave, this is not your egg to fry. Stop trying to cook it and leave it alone,” which is really, really helpful. How is mental health a part of safety in construction? You can’t have safety on a job if you aren’t taking care of people’s mental wellbeing. I give a lot of my “Toolbox Talks” on mental health, and when I do the safety orientation for new hires, I give everybody my phone number, and I say, “You call me anytime, day or night, it doesn't matter when you call. If you're feeling down and out, if you need a ride because you've been drinking too much, if you're just in a bad place and you want to talk, call me.” And people take you up on it? It has happened twice. Just this week I had a guy text me at 1:30 in the morning. We got on the phone and chatted for half an hour, and I think that's what he needed. He wasn’t going to hurt himself, but he'd been down and out for a while, and was feeling horrible about himself. The next day I got him connected with our HR department, and now they’re helping him get whatever assistance he needs. What do you think are some of the mental health challenges that are unique to men? I come from a generation where people say things like: “Just do it,” “Rub some dirt on it,” “Cowboy up,” “Suck it up,” “Quit whining,” “Put some duct tape on it and get back to work.” We suppress those feelings because we don't want to look like we're weak. We choose not to address the mental angst that we're in, until we can't anymore. It's just been bred into us. What are the challenges unique to our industry? The challenge is that we’re all under the intense pressures of deadlines. We build big, beautiful buildings worth millions of dollars, for clients who expect us to get them done on schedule, on time, and under budget. When you have deadlines like that, you feel it in your muscles. It lives in you. Because this is a high-pressure work environment, there’s a culture of “I don't have time to hear about your dog dying, or your wife serving you papers,” but as men, we have got to be able to express, “I am not all here today.” Just by giving someone three or five minutes to vent, you might be giving them what they need to get on with their day. What needs to change? The stigma and awareness. It's easier to have a conversation about mental health than it was 20 years ago, but there are still many people out there who are uncomfortable talking about it—and within construction we have people who come from different cultures where it’s even more taboo than it is in the United States. When you’ve got a broken arm, people can see the cast, they can see you’re injured, but they don’t judge you for it. When your thinking is broken, it’s invisible to the people around you, and there’s a real fear they might judge you for it. That has to change. What can we do to be part of that change? Just make yourself available, remind people of it, and check in on them. I’m not a fixer or a mental health professional, but I’ve got two ears to hear what you’ve got to say. I don’t have the answers, but I can listen. When you can make yourself vulnerable enough that somebody felt safe to call or text you and say, “I'm not doing well,” you know you’ve broken through somewhere. By contrast, if you're the guy that sits back and says, “Dude, you'll be fine. Suck it up and move on,” you might regret that. YOU MATTER: If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, we urge you to call or text “988” to reach the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, where you can confidentially talk with a trained crisis counselor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Learn More Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Learn More Pinkard and Urban Land Conservancy Break Ground on 102 Affordable Apartments on West Colfax 2024-05-31 Learn More Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style 2024-06-06 Learn More Curated Urban Living Project, akin Tennyson, Tops Out in Berkeley 2024-05-24 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Willoughby Updates | Pinkard Construction

    Willoughby Corner Pinkard Construction, a leading affordable housing contractor, broke ground today on Willoughby Corner , a 400-unit affordable housing development in Lafayette, Colorado. The project is a collaboration between the Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA), the City of Lafayette, Pinkard Construction, Norris Design , and HB&A Architects 20bet casino app. The first homes, 63 affordable ADA-accessible apartments for adults age 55 and over, will be ready for move-in as early as fall 2024. The first phase also includes 129 affordable multi-family homes and a community center. Learn More Project Updates More information Est Completion Phase 1: Fall 2024 What is it? 400-unit affordable housing development in Lafayette, Colorado Contact 303-986-4555 Leasing Information Check Back Soon! Working Hours Mon - Fri 7:00 am – 4:30 pm Learn More Pinkard Tops Out $80,000,000 Willoughby Corner in Boulder County Read More Pinkard Breaks Ground on 400-Unit Affordable Housing Development Read More Willoughby Corner Receives Approvals to Begin First Phase Construction Read More Project Updates Our goal is to keep the surrounding community informed and up-to-date on the project timeline, as well as any potential traffic impacts. We also have resources available to help anyone who has questions or concerns about the road closure or construction. Please feel free to explore the site and contact us if you have any questions. ​ May 30th Closure on Emma Street Road work on Emma Street is officially set to begin next week on May 30th. Emma Street will be closed between Canterbury Drive and 120th Street starting this day. Motorists looking to connect between Emma and 120th will be detoured down Canterbury Drive. We kindly ask that you please use extra caution when traveling on Canterbury Drive as construction crews will be active in the area on both sides of the road. ​ Emma Street Closure - Update The planned closure of Emma Street has been delayed and the new date is currently TBD. We well continue to provide updates as the exact new closure date becomes more certain. Thank you! ​ Planned Closure on Emma Street Based on our current schedule, a planned closure of both lanes on Emma Street between Canterbury Drive and 120th Street is set to begin next week on April 23rd. During this closure, Emma and 120th will be connected using Canterbury Drive. With heavy equipment and many crews working in the area on both sides of the road, we kindly ask that you please use extra caution when traveling through the construction site. Thank you! ​ Canterbury Drive Paving Paving of the new Canterbury Drive is set to begin this week. Once completed, the new road will connect traffic from East Emma Street to 120th Street though the site. No closures are expected during this phase, however, please be aware of paving crews as they work to tie the new road into the existing infrastructure on East Emma Street and 120th Street. ​ Emma Street - One Lane Road Closure Starting September 25th there will be a 1 lane road closure on Emma St. between Canterbury Dr. and 120th St. ​ TEST Closure TEST We're Hiring! Pinkard supports, develops, and keeps its talent close to home. See Our Culture Apply Today! Subcontractor Partners Our work is only as good as the trusted subcontractors that work with us Prequalify Today! See Projects Contact the Willoughby Team Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Affordable Housing Experts Pinkard draws on the expertise gained from more than 80 affordable housing projects across the Colorado Front Range. Learn More See Projects

  • Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids

    Pink Crew Breaks Personal Best While Building Beds for Kids 2024-06-12 Share Share When skills and purpose perfectly align, doing good can yield some pretty impressive results. Last Friday, as June temperatures began to climb into the 90s, scores of Pinkard people gathered under the large outdoor pavilion at the Westminster Elks Lodge, across the street from the Pinkard construction yard, to roll up their sleeves and build beds for kids in need. Organized by Pinkard’s community outreach program, The Pink Crew , the volunteer event benefited Sleep in Heavenly Peace , an award-winning nonprofit that delivers beds to children who don’t have one. As the tagline on their trailer reads: “No kid sleeps on the ground in our town!” Needless to say, our people’s considerable experience building things with power tools made for an overqualified workforce on a project that required various teams to cut, drill, sand, and assemble the bed frame components before dipping them in a sealant bath and branding the headboards with a hot iron. “The goal was to build 60 beds, but they’re not used to having construction people as their volunteers,” says Pinkard accountant Kristen Rebmann, who co-leads the Pink Crew. “When they asked how many people knew how to use a saw and everybody’s hands went up, they decided to leave the excess lumber they had delivered and see how many extra beds we could build in the allotted time. Our people ended up using up every board supplied to build 71 beds in 5 hours.” In total, 40 Pinkard employees, along with a handful of friends and family members showed up—all wearing their bright pink T-shirts—smashing the previous record for turnout at a Pink Crew event. “It was so great to see everyone come together, utilizing their skills to serve the community,” says CFO Odette Bent-Buckles, who worked the dipping and drying station of the assembly line, adding how she was especially pleased to see many faces who hadn’t previously engaged in Pink Crew projects. In addition to organizing community service opportunities through the Pink Crew, Pinkard offers 16 annual hours of paid VTO, or Volunteer Time Off , to all employees interested in pursuing charity work. Next up, the Pink Crew will be helping our longtime partners at the Action Center with their annual school supply drive taking place in July. Learn More Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style 2024-06-06 Learn More Curated Urban Living Project, akin Tennyson, Tops Out in Berkeley 2024-05-24 Learn More Pinkard and Urban Land Conservancy Break Ground on 102 Affordable Apartments on West Colfax 2024-05-31 Learn More Volunteer Stories: Interview Skills for the Next Generation 2024-05-14 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • 46Tennyson Updates | Pinkard Construction

    46th and Tennyson Welcome to the website for the 20bet live casino46th and Tennyson construction project! We are pleased to provide information about the project and any road closures associated with it. Learn More Project Updates Contact Us Address West 46th Avenue & Tennyson Street, Denver, CO, USA Contact 303-986-4555 Working Hours Mon - Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 pm What is it? 84-unit apartment over a parking garage/retail space Est Completion Summer 2024 Leasing Information Check Back Soon! Project Updates Our goal is to keep the surrounding community informed and up-to-date on the project timeline, as well as any potential traffic impacts. We also have resources available to help anyone who has questions or concerns about the road closure or construction. Please feel free to explore the site and contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for your interest in the 46th and Tennyson project. ​ Tennyson Closures from May 6th through May 17th We will be closing down Tennyson from the 6th though the 17 to one lane again so please be on the look out for the No Parking signs. Thank and one again I apologize for the inconvenience. ​ Tennyson down to one lane on 4-22-2024 Reminder that we will have Tennyson down to one lane again tomorrow for a crane. So please do not park on the West side of Tennyson on Monday Thank You. Contact the 46th and Tennyson Team Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Multi-Family Experts With more than 180 multi-family projects under our belt, Pinkard knows more about multi-family construction than any other contractor in Colorado. Learn More See Projects

  • Krisana Updates | Pinkard Construction

    Krisana Affordable Housing Welcome to the website for the Krisana Affordable Housing Construction project! We are pleased to provide information about the project and any associated road closures. This project is a partnership between Kentro Group and Lexton Mcdermott, making the redevelopment of this previously blighted site near Virginia Village a reality. Learn More Project Updates Contact Us Address 4343 East Arkansas Avenue, Denver, CO, USA Contact 303-986-4555 Working Hours Mon - Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 pm What is it? 151 units of housing, a vibrant retail center and ample amounts of green space Est Completion September 2024 Leasing Information Check Back Soon! Project Updates Our goal is to keep the surrounding community informed and up-to-date on the project timeline, as well as any potential traffic impacts. We also have resources available to help anyone who has questions or concerns about the road closure or construction. Please feel free to explore the site and contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for your interest in the Krisana Affordable Housing project. ​ Sidewalk Closure Along Birch and Arkansas Sidewalk closure on the West side of Birch and the North side of Arkansas through end of June. This is for curb and gutter and new sidewalks being poured. Asphalt will also be patched along curb and gutter. ​ Krisana Project Upated 03.12.24 As one can see, the exterior finishes are progressing around the building. Over the next several weeks we will start to paint the siding and trim. It is a exciting time to see the building take shape both inside and exterior. As of today, there are no planned shutdowns in the road or adjacent right of ways. ​ Arkansas Street Closure Arkansas street is back open. Flowfill is installed temporarily until asphalt paving will occur. ​ Arkansas Street Shutdown Utility subcontractor has shutdown on E. Arkansas at Birch st. Sanitary Sewer manhole is being replaced and tracking for re-opening the road early next week if there are no other unknowns found below the road. ​ Arkansas Closure 2.13.24 - 2.26.24 The project is currently working in the street on East Arkansas between Birch and Belair. During the dates of 2.13 - 2.26, the site contractor will be tying in to the Sanitary Sewer. Please help the crews by following the detour signs and avoiding the area. We appreciate your assistance during this phase of work. ​ Krisana Project Update 24.01.30 Lots going on out here at Krisana. Interior framing has turned into drywall and all major trades are onsite! Major dust creating operations will clear up by next month as the project continues to trend towards a fall completion. Check back in for for more break news! ​ Moving Forward We are looking at getting dried in soon. Things are moving forward... ​ 11/28-12/5 Update Framers are working diligently to get roof trusses set so windows can be set later this week! ​ Sewer, Water, and Sanitary Road Closure The follow date are the closures on South Birch Street and East Arkansas for tie-in's into the water and sanitary mains. 08/21 - 08/31 - Water Main tie-in on South Birch Street 08/28 - 09/08 - Sanitary Main tie-in on East Arkansas Ave We appreciate and cooperation during these outages. ​ Krisana Update 8-16-23 PCC framing has started. The stair and elevator cores are moving along. ​ Krisana 7/31 to 8/11 Update Street Closure along Arkansas near Birch Street, so sanitary can begin. Masons are moving to the West and North sides of the building to start building the West stair cores and the North elevator cores. Framing starts next week, we are very excited for this milestone. ​ Krisana 7/24-7/29 Now that the podium deck is complete, layout for framing has begun as we are planning to start August on the first floor. Masons are finishing up all the south cores this week and will begin the west cores next week. Contact the Krisana Team Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Affordable Housing Experts Pinkard draws on the expertise gained from more than 80 affordable housing projects across the Colorado Front Range. Learn More See Projects

  • The Irving Updates | Pinkard Construction

    The Irving Project Updates Welcome! This page will be updated regularly over the course of construction with project updates and answers to your questions. Thanks for letting us be your neighbor! Learn More Project Updates FAQs Contact Us Address 3270 W Colfax Avenue Contact 303-986-4555 Working Hours Mon - Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 pm What is it? 102 units of affordable housing. Est Completion Fall 2025 Leasing Information English / Espanol Frequently Asked Questions What is being built here? The Irving at Mile High Vista is a new, all-electric apartment building in West Denver. The Irving features affordable lease rates for studios, 1- 2- and 3-bedroom homes. Projected to open in late 2025, apartments at The Irving are reserved for households earning 20%-80% of the area median income (AMI). The site is close to parks, schools, shops, the Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Branch Library and other community services. The developer, Urban Land Conservancy, guarantees affordability for The Irving for at least 99 years through its community land trust. Is this building related to the luxury apartments being built across the street? No. 20bet live casinoI am interested in living at this future apartment complex, how do I join an interest list? Learn more about the building and join the interest list at ULC’s website: English: urbanlandc.org/irving-mile-high-vista Spanish: urbanlandc.org/irving-mile-high-vista-es How long will construction last? Construction will begin in spring 2024, and the building is projected to open to residents in late 2025. Where will my dog poop if the vacant lot is gone? The site has accommodated occasional dog walks over the years. But with active construction, local pups will have to find another location for their bathroom breaks. Can I go onto the construction site to see it up close? For your safety and the safety of others, unless you’re escorted by a Pinkard Construction employee, you may not enter the site at any time. Who is building it? The property owner and developer is Urban Land Conservancy, a nonprofit real estate company providing affordable housing and affordable nonprofit spaces in the Denver metro area for 20 years. The builder is Pinkard Construction, a Colorado general contractor specializing in ground-up, renovation, construction management and design-build projects. Will this affect library parking? The number of the library’s parking spaces on its property will remain the same. Other adjacent parking spaces that were privately owned will no longer be available to patrons as library overflow parking. Are there job opportunities with this construction site? Yes. Please visit pinkardbuilds.com/careers to learn more. For safety reasons, the construction trailer on-site is not open for walk-in job seekers; please consult the website. Will there be noise? The City and County of Denver’s allowed construction hours are between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. on weekdays, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends. Residents and library patrons can expect construction activity and associated noise during those times. Will this affect bike parking? Library bike parking will remain the same. Please use only designated bike parking spaces, as bikes obstructing construction or locked to construction fencing may be removed. Project Updates Our goal is to keep the surrounding community informed and up-to-date on the project timeline, as well as any potential traffic impacts. We also have resources available to help anyone who has questions or concerns about the road closure or construction. Please feel free to explore the site and contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for your interest in The Irving at Mile High Vista. ​ Welcome! As new information is available, it will be published here. Contact the Irving Team Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Multi-Family Experts With more than 180 multi-family projects under our belt, Pinkard knows more about multi-family construction than any other contractor in Colorado. Learn More See Projects

  • 955Bannock Updates | Pinkard Construction

    955 Bannock Mixed-Use Project Welcome to the website for the 955 Bannock construction project! We are pleased to provide information about the project and any road closures associated with it. Learn More Project Updates Contact Us Address 955 Bannock Street, Denver, CO, USA Contact 303-986-4555 Working Hours Mon - Fri 7:00 am – 9:00 pm What is it? 152,000 sf, 97 units 12-story, Type I, High-rise Construction Est Completion Dec. 6th, 2024 Leasing Information Check Back Soon! Project Updates Our goal is to keep the surrounding community informed and up-to-date on the project timeline, as well as any potential traffic impacts. We also have resources available to help anyone who has questions or concerns about the road closure or construction. Please feel free to explore the site and contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for your interest in the 955 Bannock construction project. ​ Weekly Road Closure Update No new road closures to update this week for 955 Bannock St. ​ 955 Bannock Road Closure update No new road closures to update at 955 Bannock for the week of 06.03.24 ​ 955 Bannock Weekly Road closure No new road closures to report for the week of 05.27.24 for 955 Bannock ​ 955 Bannock Road Closure Update Week of 05.13.24 We will have a full road closure to dismantle and remove our crane on the following dates this week. 05.17.24-05.19.24 ​ 955 Bannock Road Closure Update No new road closures to report for the week of 05.06.24 ​ 955 Bannock Weekly road closures No new road closures to report for 955 Bannock for the week of 04.29.24 ​ 955 Bannock Week of 04.22.24 No new road closures to report at 955 Bannock for the week of 04.22.24 ​ 955 Bannock Road Closure week of 04.15.24 No new road closures to report for the week of 04.15.24 for 955 Bannock ​ 955 Bannock Road Closures week of 04.08.24 No new road closures to report at 955 Bannock for the week of 04.08.24. ​ 955 Bannock Road Closures week of 04.01.24 No new road closure to report for the week of 04.01.24 for 955 Bannock St. ​ 955 Bannock Road Closure week of 03.18.24 No new road closures to report this week. ​ 955 Bannock St Closure week of 03.11.24 No new road closures to report for this week. Contact the 955 Bannock Team Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! Multi-Family Experts With more than 180 multi-family projects under our belt, Pinkard knows more about multi-family construction than any other contractor in Colorado. Learn More See Projects

  • Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style 

    Project Rewind: Keeping Costs Down So Astroscale Can Zap Space Trash in Style 2024-06-06 Share Share There’s a lot of talk about creating a more sustainable future here on this planet, but less about doing so beyond the earth’s inner atmosphere. Enter Astroscale, which since 2013 has been working to advance safe and sustainable growth in outer space by extending the life of orbiting satellites and clearing the skies of hazardous space debris. Founded and headquartered in Japan, Astroscale chose Denver for its U.S. headquarters. Located in South Denver, off Broadway and Evans, the company found its new office in the form of a 100-year-old building—once home to a metal foundry—featuring heavy timbers, a brick envelope, huge windows, glass block, and open spaces. The design intent of the 13,500 square foot renovation was to complement the existing structure and its history with an innovative office space inspired by traditional Japanese design and the science fiction of Star Wars and Star Trek . After coming in second in the bidding stage, Pinkard was hired by Astroscale in the Spring of 2022 to save the renovation when the originally-hired contractor fell drastically behind in preconstruction. To quickly get up to speed, Pinkard worked closely and diligently with Astroscale and NeoEra Architecture to analyze the previous contractor’s preconstruction efforts and provide effective value engineering to get the design into budget. “Pinkard spent a lot of time in preconstruction trying to match program and budget and still have reputable, ethical, trustworthy subcontractors,” says Astroscale senior vice president Becky Yoder. 20bet live casino“I cannot say enough good things about the Pinkard team, how well they work together, and how transparent they were.” One of Pinkard’s key goals was through design optimization and executing the project in a way that kept costs under a critical threshold, preventing Astroscale from having to conduct hundreds of thousands of extra flood gate work that would have been required by the city if the remodel exceeded the value of the building. Of course, none of Pinkard’s savvy budgeting meant compromising on quality. “There were things that Pinkard wouldn't accept from the mill worker, so they had to go back and refabricate,” remembers NeoEra principal architect Emily Adams. “These weren't always the fastest solutions, but they were definitely the best solutions. I really appreciated that.” As to whether those cost-saving measures came at the expense of the interior’s stunning, sci-fi-inspired design, the pictures speak for themselves. “We came in on time and on budget,” says Becky Yoder. “This is my third building to finish out in the aerospace industry, and this was by far the best experience I've had. And considering the challenges with this old building, I would highly recommend Pinkard.” Learn More Adaptive Reuse Construction Learn More Office Renovations and New Construction See Projects Renovations and Additions See Projects Share This Story Share Share More News Sort By Topic Reset Pinkard and Urban Land Conservancy Break Ground on 102 Affordable Apartments on West Colfax 2024-05-31 Learn More Volunteer Stories: Interview Skills for the Next Generation 2024-05-14 Learn More Curated Urban Living Project, akin Tennyson, Tops Out in Berkeley 2024-05-24 Learn More A Culture of Safety Excellence 2024-05-10 Learn More Load More Our Approach Partner, Plan, BUILD. Our approach puts YOU in control. Learn More Read Case Studies Services Ground Up. Renovations. Big. Small. We Do It all! See Our Services See Projects

  • Pinkard and Urban Land Conservancy Break Ground on 102 Affordable Apartments on West Colfax

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