Haselden Longs Peak Hospital copyHaselden Construction’s use of prefabrication delivers the new UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital in record time.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Haselden Construction has been known for construction excellence and customer satisfaction in the Rocky Mountain region since 1973, when Jim Haselden started the family business. Because of its reputation and ability to take on a large-scale projects with an aggressive schedule, the company was chosen to build UCHealth’s new Longs Peak Hospital.

“We are a family business, but also a business family and I strongly believe that’s what sets us apart,” President and CEO Byron Haselden says. “We have a very strong family culture in the Rocky Mountain Region and attract a lot of people with those same values and who support each other. Our differentiator is our culture and people who are committed and take pride in their work. We have great people who do great things.”

The Centennial, Colo.-based company prides itself on fulfilling its customers’ needs completely by providing solutions-oriented services, including real estate development, virtual design and construction and self-performing work. “At Haselden Construction, our vision is to be a great builder,” the company says. “Our purpose is to fulfill our customers’ needs completely.”

BancroftBancroft Construction balanced classic style and modern technology to restore perhaps the most iconic feature within Longwood Gardens.

By Tim O’Connor

In 1906, Pierre du Pont, a 36-year-old entrepreneur and philanthropist, purchased a former arboretum in southeast Pennsylvania to save the trees from a lumber mill. In the years that followed, du Pont used the grounds to satisfy his love of gardening and by the 1920s it had blossomed into a full public conservatory call Longwood Gardens.

Perini Management Services picPMSI is on track to finish its restoration work on Alcatraz Island this fall.

By Alan Dorich

Perini Management Services Inc. (PMSI) stands as a leader when it comes to working on U.S. landmarks. “Over the last six years, we’ve shown that we’re very capable in performing historic restoration projects throughout the country.  These projects include earthquake repairs to the Washington Monument, replacement of power and mechanical systems at Ellis Island, and power and lighting replacement at Carlsbad Caverns, to name a few,” Senior Vice President of Operations Brian Labbe says.

The company also has demonstrated that it can work on these sites while they remain open to visitors. ”We’ve performed multiple projects in accordance with the contract documents, while continuing full access to the public,” he says.

PMSI is bringing this capability to $15 million worth of work at Alcatraz Island in San Francisco. The company is restoring the exterior concrete walls of the famous prison, which was built in the early 1900s.

DCJB Main Street looking at the south facadeWhiting-Turner Construction Co. oversees the conversion of Durham County’s old judicial building into modern administrative space.

By Tim O’Connor

For three decades the Durham County Judicial Building served a key function for the county’s residents. It was a place where marriages became official, civil disputes settled and criminal defendants sought a fair hearing. The building even contained a jail on its top floor. Thirty-nine years after it opened, the building is preparing for its second life as a space for the county’s administrative function.

Knutson picDespite the aggressive schedule for its latest project, Knutson Construction is right where it wants to be.
By Bianca Herron

Knutson Construction Services has been in continuous operation since Thor Knutson founded it in 1911. With experience building in 18 states, more than a century later the Minneapolis-based company has earned a reputation for an intense work ethic, unwavering business integrity and a profound sense of collaboration with its architects and subcontractors.

Knutson has additional offices in Rochester, Minn.; Eau Claire, Wis.; and Iowa City and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Its purpose, Senior Project Manager Roger Hunwardsen explains, is to make its clients’ dreams a reality.

Turner Construction Texas State UniversityTurner Construction oversees the construction of a $46 million addition to Texas State’s arena that will better accommodate commencement and athletics.

By Tim O’Connor

When construction firms use 3-D building modeling, the client benefits from better decision-making and more precise construction methods that lead to lower costs. The post-project uses for an electronic model are rarely considered. But Texas State University has a plan to utilize the 3-D model generated for its University Events Center project to improve the upkeep of the building long after the last worker has left the site.

Data from building systems will be incorporated into the model so that maintenance staff can call up the design, click on an air handler unit, for example, and see the upkeep schedule and performance for that piece of equipment. “The university has kind of taken the use of modeling to the next level,” says Eric Wildt, project manager for Turner Construction, the firm managing the project.

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