Ft. Morgan Middle School

Natural light fills the halls of this new middle school, which also serves as a community gathering space.

Designed by Wold Architects and Larson Incitti, this new middle school sits on a 20-acre site that includes a full-size sod football field, paved parking lot, and multi-lane parent drop-off/pick-up area. Natural light is used throughout the building and is supplemented with energy-saving LED lighting, which is also used for site lighting. Funded in part by a BEST grant, it replaced the 88-year-old middle school. In addition to a center for learning, the school serves as a gathering space for the community.

Eviva Cherokee

    260,000 SF

With a focus on creating sustainable living environments within unique urban infill opportunities, the project celebrates the burgeoning cultural district within Denver’s Golden Triangle. The, 274-unit ultra-modern, highly energy-efficient luxury property includes a fitness center, conference center with business lounge and wine bar, and an elevated deck offering resort-style swimming pool and amenities. In addition to unobstructed views of the cultural district and Pike’s Peak, residents also have access to a private pocket park. The project is designed to meet LEED Gold certification, making it one of Denver’s first high-residential towers with this sustainability status.

One Belleview Station


One Belleview Station is located at the confluence of Interstate 25 and Intersetate 225. It is a high-performance, extremely efficient, employee-centric office building located at the Belleview Station light rail stop.

Developed by Prime West, in partnership with Goldman Sachs, and built by the design-build team of Gensler and The Weitz Company, the building is the premier, Class A, Transit Oriented Development, office building in the southeast submarket, Metro Denver’s largest office submarket.

Terraza del Sol

Terraza del Sol was our initial project with Gorman, a national leader in affordable housing solutions. This building includes podium parking, a large non-profit partner (Mi Casa), rooftop social areas and solar support.

Architect: Workshops
Owner: Gorman Housing


28TH & Canyon Redevelopment

The project consists of two, five-story, Hilton branded hotels that are separated above ground but share back-of-house space and parking facilities located below grade on a 114,007 sq. ft. (2.617 acres) site.

Embassy Suites is a 172,716 sq. ft., full-service hotel with 203 all-suite guest rooms.  The room mix is 87 double queen suites, 67 king suites and 49 single king rooms.  The average room size is 500 sq. ft.  Other spaces include 7,200 sq. ft. of meeting space; a 6,700 sq. ft. ballroom; and a 5,700 sq. ft., three-meal restaurant.  There is an outdoor pool with sun deck and a fitness center.

Hilton Garden Inn is a 95,452 sq. ft., select-service hotel with 172 guest rooms including six suites.  The room mix is 94 double queen, 72 king and 6 king suites.  The average room size is 370 sq. ft.  Other spaces include 1,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a business center and a three-meal restaurant with a grab-and-go café concept.

The project’s structural system is reinforced concrete columns supporting post-tension reinforced elevated concrete slabs.  Each hotel is served by a separate two-pipe water source heat pump loop with boilers and closed circuit cooling towers located on each roof.  The premium concrete superstructure allows for a significantly longer use as compared to wood frame construction (the majority of select service hotels are wood frame).

A two-story, 216,440 sq. ft. underground parking garage with approximately 479 spaces, including valet, serves both hotels as well as an adjacent office building by others.

9th & Colorado Redevelopment

The site is a 26-acre urban infill that is being developed by Continuum Partners and CIM Group. The property at 9th and Colorado Boulevard has been vacant since the medical center moved to the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora in 2008.

The initial scope includes the environmental abatement and complete demolition of 15 existing buildings totaling 1,985,800 sq. ft. and interior demolition of three buildings, which are anticipated to be re-purposed as a part of the redevelopment. Additional development will provide new utilities, roads, a two block underground parking structure and infrastructure to enable future development.

The development team has proposed a $419 million redevelopment that will include 900 to 1,100 units of apartments and for-sale housing, 250,000 sq. ft. of retail and 125,000 sq. ft. of office space. The plan calls for the creation of a highly walkable and bike friendly project, integrating open green space and pedestrian amenities. The redevelopment will include a horizontal and vertical mix of uses, including residential, office, retail, restaurant, hotel and public space. The retail component will focus on creating a mix of retailers and restaurants, which will include national, regional and local businesses.

The approximately $419 million redevelopment project will receive $47.9 million in tax-increment financing approved by the City of Denver and managed through the Denver Urban Renewal Authority.

Alexan Uptown – Denver

Located in Denver’s bustling Uptown neighborhood, Alexan Uptown is a 372 unit, 12-story high-rise with 5 stories of concrete and 8 stories of the prescient system. The developer is Trammell Crow Residential and KEPHART is the architect

Sunny Vista Assisted Living Center

Sunny Vista is a new 89,000 sf skilled nursing facility located across the street from the main Sunny Vista Living Center campus. The new facility offers private rooms for short-term rehab or long-term custodial care.

The main level features a dramatic two-story living room trimmed with ornate hand railings and a large fireplace. Other amenities include living rooms, communal dining, a therapy room and gym, chapel, salon, conference room, three elevated outdoor patios, a multi-purpose room, two 270-gallon aquariums and aviary.  All units and public toilets are furnished with a full-featured nurse call system.  Medical charting will be accomplished electronically using tablet kiosks located throughout the corridors of each wing.

The garden-level basement houses a commercial kitchen, dietary/nurse/social worker offices, employee lounge/locker room, mechanical/electrical rooms, and oxygen storage space. The laundry room features an Aquawing Ozone laundry system, which uses a state-of-the-art ozone cleaning process that reduces water and energy consumption.


Because the facility was subject to licensing with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for Life Safety, UBS also worked closely with the assigned State inspector through courtesy inspections to ensure periodic feedback and acceptability for those specific life safety requirements.

Villagio of Broomfield

Villagio of Broomfield is a 47,392 sf – 51-unit, single story wood-framed facility consisting of three pods designed to serve residents with early stages of dementia.
The new facility is structural slab-on-void with stucco and faux stone exterior and a combination shingle, EPDM and metal roof. Individual units contain PTAC’s, while common spaces are served by a central mechanical system.
Villagio also has a full commercial kitchen.

7th & Sherman Residences

This project delivers 115 apartment residences, with 29 studios, 60 one bedroom apartments and 17 two bedroom apartments.

The architect of record is Craine Architecture and the general contractor  is Saunders Construction.

“We kept the building forms simple and utilized some of the traditional masonry building materials while allowing the building to be of its time.  We have designed individual walkup entries on the Sherman side of the building to activate the streetscape and pattern that off of the existing residential pattern of the neighborhood,” said Dan Craine principal architect and founder of Craine Architecture.

This project features:

  • Top floor lounge/game room
  • Rooftop space with a fire pit
  • A fitness center and yoga studio
  • Dog wash
  • Electric vehicle charging stations