A Few of Our Favorite Projects in 2019

With so many great projects in 2019, it was hard to pick just a few.  Here are some of our favorites that are in the works, or just finishing up.

Waggener Farm Park Recreation Center

Waggener Farm Park Recreation Center

“The WFP project has been my favorite project to work on in 2019 because of the many considerations and complications involved in designing around the various environments inside of a large recreation center.”

Zach Burgess / Project Engineer

Architect: Barker Rinker Seacat
Location: Berthoud, Colorado

National Park Service – Death Valley Scotty’s Castle

NPS Death Valley Scotty's Castle

“I liked this project because it had a variety of different mechanical systems (boiler, chiller, cooling tower, air handlers) and environmental conditions that made equipment selection unique (high outdoor temperatures, dusty/gritty air, historic appearance that we needed to maintain).”

Joe Wittenberg / Project Engineer

Architect: Anderson Hallas Architects
Location: Inyo County, California

NWC Stockyards and Stockyards Event Center

National Western Center

“It will be the most high profile project of my career as it will be a highly visible project in the city.”

Kerri Zoetewey / Project Engineer

Architect: HKS
Location: Denver, Colorado

DEN B-East and C-East Concourse Expansions

DEN Concourse C Construction

“I liked the project because it was a great opportunity and learning experience to work on a large, high profile project with such a professionally diverse and multidiscipline architecture/engineering team.”

Ryan Dunne, PE (CO) / Project Engineer

Architect: Jacobs
Location: Denver, Colorado

Denver Public Schools- Holm Elementary School

DPS Holm Remodel

“The lack of daylighting on the project required the architect to be creative in the classroom layouts. This required significant coordination of walls to structure with HVAC ductwork layout.”

Denise M. Dihle, PE / President

Architect: Anderson Mason Dale
Location: Denver, Colorado

National Park Service – Curecanti Elk Creek Visitor Center

NPS Curecanti Elk Creek Visitor Center

“This is one is my favorite because it is one of the first larger scale projects I’ve worked on.”

Ben Smiley / Project Engineer

Architect: Anderson Hallas Architects
Location: Gunnison, Colorado