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 White Construction Group Completes Independent Financial and Meadows III Projects in Castle Rock
White Construction Group today announced
it has recently completed two projects in
Castle Rock; a new ground-up Meadows Town Center III mixed-use project and a remodel for Independent Financial. Meadows Town Center III is a 21,400-square-foot, $4.5 million retail and office development, the third built in the Meadows, located just west of the Castle Rock Outlets and across from the Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. Developed by TWDD, the project includes street- level retail and core and shell tenant-ready space.
White Construction Group also recently wrapped up a complex remodel for Independent Financial on Wilcox Street in downtown Castle Rock. This 5000-square-foot project included an addition and exterior transformation including interior improvements to the teller line, offices, conference/break rooms, and vestibule areas.
Independent Financial (top right) Meadows III Town Center (bottom right)
   Ware Malcomb Announces Completion
of Kärcher Headquarters Facility in Aurora
Kärcher, the world’s leading provider of cleaning technology, consolidated their manufacturing from campuses in Englewood, CO and Camas, WA to create a new 380,000 build-to-suit headquarters facility featuring approximately 275,000 square feet of warehouse, R&D and manufacturing space along with 100,000 square feet of office space on a 23-acre site. The new facility
is located in the Porteos development near Denver International Airport.
“We worked closely with Kärcher to ensure every element of the project – from the civil engineering and land surveying process to the architecture and interior design – met the company’s immediate needs and specifications, as well as its long term goals,” said Chris Strawn, Principal of Ware Malcomb’s Denver Civil Engineering office.
The civil engineering design and land surveying services for the 23-acre site was accomplished with balanced earthwork through the grading and drainage design along with the associated parking lots, loading areas, drive lanes, and utilities required for the building.
Water quality was provided on-site in a pond that was designed at the south end of the project to meet the City’s requirements for the current and future buildout and connected to the area’s regional detention facility.
The General Contractor for the project was Brinkmann Constructors, and the Developer for the project was SunCap Property Group.
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