Projects

Concrete

Regency Metro Athletic Complex


Owner:
Metro State University


Location
:
1600 W. Colfax Ave., Denver

Contract Amount
: $1,617,160

 

For the final build out of this exiting athletic complex GoodLand is working with Saunders Construction and Metro State to complete all the concrete on this amazing project. Due to the multiple level plaza numerous concrete steps, walls and curbing will need to be installed. The Soccer and Baseball field seating will be all concrete as well as the custom cast-in-place dugouts. Then sidewalks with special scoring and vehicle access roads finish this extraordinary project.

Jefferson County Building Plaza


Owner:
Jefferson County


Location
:
100 Jefferson County Pkwy, Golden

Contract Amount
: $620,556

 

A fresh new look for an iconic building. The Jefferson County Government Building is upgrading their entryway plaza by removing everything and installing new pavers in a new design. Complementing the pavers are new concrete planters with new landscape and for safety the round-about drive is lined with new concrete bollards. To finish off this new look new lighting will be installed.

CU North – South Bikeway


Owner:
University of Colorado, Boulder


Location
:
Campus

Contract Amount
: $550,013

 

This renovation to CU's major pedestrian corridor was designed to tie key elements of the school's master plan together. Curved seat walls with CU's traditional sandstone cap flowed through the updated concrete walkway. New steps accented while providing improved pedestrian movement and new landscape and site amenities gave this new space a sense of place.

Metro State Student Center Plaza


Owner:
Metro State University


Location
:
9th Ave. & Auraria Pkwy, Denver

Contract Amount
: $710,884

 

Completing all the site concrete work at this new Metro State College Facility is an understatement! RNL Design has used textures, shapes, and colors to make this outdoor space come alive! Starting with sand-textured color concrete for the plaza, white concrete is then used for all the steps. Then large blocks of white concrete with board form textured sides are used to accent the entry. Definitely both a concrete challenge and delight.

Babi Yar Park


Owner:
City and County of Denver


Location
:
Parker Rd. & Havana St., Denver

Contract Amount
: $1,203,720

 

Sandtextured concrete was used in this entry to this memorial to the holocaust built in 1983 and initially designed by Lawrence Halprin. A much needed upgrade included specialty concrete, new granite walls, better pedestrian access, improved drainage, new landscape, and a new parking lot were all added for continued improvements to this significant park.

Valverde Elementary School


Owner:
Denver School District


Location
:
2030 W. Alameda Ave., Denver

Contract Amount
: $1,024,017

 

Turning this Denver Public School into a new learning with fun theme started with removing 5,000 CY's of soil and tearing down 12 FT concrete walls. Major transitions had to be made to turn the existing site into the Architect's vision. New play areas then followed with maps of the world and number games sandblasted or stained with letters, work puzzles and educational phrases. New parking areas were also a critical part of this design and to accommodate these new spaces concrete walls had to be built for increased parking spots.

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Golden, CO 80401

303.278.8100

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