Martin/Martin Ranked 3rd in DBJ List of Denver Engineering Firms
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The Denver Business Journal has ranked the top engineering firms in the Denver Area. Martin/Martin is ranked 3rd on the list for 2019. Who’s the leader in your market? Denver Business Journal Book of Lists provides you with listings of hundreds of the hottest area companies in their fields, by ranking. You’ll also receive the…

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Mile High CRE Features Denver Zoo Animal Hospital
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DENVER — Colorado’s most visited cultural attraction, Denver Zoo, held its official groundbreaking on February 7 for its new animal hospital. The existing hospital was originally built 51 years ago, and the redesign will modernize its aging infrastructure and improve operating efficiencies. Led by Stantec, a global architecture, engineering, and consulting firm, the 22,000-square-foot facility will incorporate state-of-the-industry animal care and provide…

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Architect Magazine Features CSM CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION FROM THE ARCHITECTS: The new CoorsTek Center at the Colorado School of Mines is an education and research facility dedicated to connecting students, faculty, researchers, and industry professionals from around the world. Located in the heart of campus, the four-story building is a significant milestone in a multigenerational partnership between Mines, the Coors…

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M/M Employee Geoff Martin Featured on 9news.com
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Martin/Martin employee Geoff Martin (Project Engineer), was featured on 9news this morning. Geoff is involved with Colorado Visionaries Blind Hockey Program. Visionaries Blind Hockey is changing lives in Colorado Colorado’s visually impaired hockey players lace up their skates as part of the Visionaries Blind Hockey program to play the sport they love on the ice. Author: Jeremy…

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ACEC Oregon Awards Vancouver Waterfront Park Project of the Year
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Making a Connection Project transforms Vancouver Waterfront Park into gateway A 75-year-old problem was solved in 2018 thanks to work on the Vancouver Waterfront Park. For three-quarters of a century, downtown Vancouver was separated from the Columbia River by industrial development, a railroad and Interstate 5. But today, thanks to the work of project manager…

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Building Design + Construction – Modernizing Chesar Chavez
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Home to seven federal agencies, the Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Building, situated in the Golden Triangle neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, provides important services to the area and acts as a landmark to the region. Originally built in 1984, the decades of use began to show on the building’s exterior and the interior demanded technological upgrades…

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Mile High CRE – Wells Fargo Ski Cup and AEC Cup
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DENVER — The snow is falling and ski season is here, which means that it’s almost time for National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) 44th Annual Wells Fargo Ski Cup. New this year, the first annual AEC Challenge is comprised of architects, engineers and contractors racing to claim industry bragging rights and a special trophy deemed…

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NatStuCo – Career Exploration Series
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Melyssa Lorenger was interviewed by the National Council of Students regarding the Career Exploration Series. she the video here.

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M/M Employee New NWDCEDC Director
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Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Corporation 2019 Board of Directors Announcement  (Highlands Ranch, CO – December 6, 2018) – The Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Corporation held their last Board of Directors meeting for 2018 and voted on the slate for the 2019 Board of Directors.  We are excited to announce the following investors were…

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KDMT – Community Impact of Everyday Engineering
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See our very own Melyssa Lorenger on the radio!

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Ascent Magazine – Colorado Center III Attention to Detail
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Colorado Center is a premier, 13-acre office/retail/entertainment/residential complex. It is located between downtown Denver, Colo., and the Denver Tech Center, and adjacent to Interstate 25. The transit-oriented development is adjacent to FasTracks light-rail and bus lines, providing convenient access to downtown as well as the Tech Center. In addition to providing access to CarShare locations,…

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CREJ – 50 Fifty Sets Sail
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WORDS: Sean O’Keefe PHOTOS: Rocky Mountain Photography “Architecture is the triumph of human imagination over materials, methods, and men.” — Frank Lloyd Wright The combination of exceptional design and premium quality always emanates a certain sense of luster that’s hard to deny and easy to appreciate. In 2018, 50 Fifty, a new 185,000-square-foot office building, joined…

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CREJ – 16 Chestnut, Future home of DaVita
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Words: Eric Peterson Photos: Rocky Mountain Photography Straddling LoDo’s past and future, 16 Chestnut is one of the final pieces of the Union Station puzzle. It’s the final project in the heart of “the Saunders block,” so nicknamed for the numerous buildings Englewood-based Saunders Construction has built there. And what a block: With the Millennium…

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Business Den – Rockies Plan for Massive West Lot
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The Colorado Rockies are moving ahead with plans to transform a full city block parking lot adjacent to Coors Field. The baseball club plans to turn the 3-acre west parking lot at 1901 Wazee St. into a mixed-use development featuring a hotel, restaurants and office and residential space, according to architecture firm Stantec. The project’s highlights,…

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WIRED – The Secrets of the New SFMOMA
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By Rene Chun Illustration by Bryon Christie Design Diagrams by Jason Lee After a three-year renovation, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopens on May 14, and the result looks like a slab of glacial ice floating down Third Street. It’s headed for icon status, and not solely because of the new facade. Craig…

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Martin/Martin ENR Mountain Region 2018 Design Firm of Year
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ENR Mountain States, working in concert with other regional ENR publications and editors across the U.S., has selected its Design Firms of the Year for 2018. This year, they are Van Boerum & Frank Associates Inc., Salt Lake City, for the Intermountain area; and Martin/Martin Inc. Consulting Engineers, Lakewood, Colo., for Colorado, Wyoming and the…

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Mile High CRE – Market Center Paying Homage
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By Katie Rapone Urban Renaissance Group (URG), Stars Investments and City Street Investors are nearing the completion of some major renovations at Market Center, a five-story office and retail building at 17th and Market streets in downtown Denver. Seattle-based Urban Renaissance Group purchased the historic Market Center buildings for $29 million in September 2015, representing URG and Stars…

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The Know – Ent Center, Shining New Piece of Architecture
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The new Ent Center for the Arts in Colorado Springs arrives with all the optimism that forward-thinking architecture can deliver. The building — monumental at 92,000 square feet and pricey at $70 million — is an investment in things real and symbolic. It will give the University of Colorado practical, state-of-the art classrooms for students…

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Denver Infill – Final 1144 Update
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The time has come to wrap up our extensive update series on 1144 Fifteenth, Denver’s newest modern skyscraper. Over the past 3 years and 10 months, we covered this project from announcement, to ground-breaking, excavation, vertical progress, topping out, inside tours, and now the complete project. We have a record-breaking 26 updates on this project which can all be viewed by following…

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Modern Steel Magazine Features Martin/Martin Article
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Vision of the FUTURE By Michelle Black, Chris Adams, and Shane McCormick (Martin/Martin Structural Engineers) While the coors name is typically associated with beer, in the case of the Colorado School of Mines, it is also a symbol of innovation and collaboration. The school’s new steel-framed CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering features lab…

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Grant Street Pier Floats Above the Water
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Feature article from The Columbian Envisioned to look like a sailboat, the Grant Street Pier finally sails above the Columbia River in downtown Vancouver. Suspended by steel cables and anchored deep into the shore, the new public pier now extends 90 feet over the water between the Interstate 5 Bridge and the BNSF Railway bridge…

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CU Williams Village Cover Story of Aliworld Magazine
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Students living in Williams Village at the University of Colorado Boulder used to feel somewhat removed from the type of action and amenities that make for an immersive and vibrant residential campus experience. That chapter in the school’s history, however, is now closed. Read the complete article in Aliword’s January Edition

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Rockies West Lot – A Martin/Martin Project
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DENVER — Colorado-based architectural design firm Stantec have announced plans to transform the West Parking Lot at 19th and Wazee Street into a dynamic mixed-use environment, spanning an entire city block, highlighted by a Colorado Rockies Hall of Fame facility and an outdoor gathering plaza. The development will also include hospitality, office, residential, retail, entertainment,…

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1144 and its Unconventional Foundation
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Martin/Martin project and the newest additional to the Denver Skyline, 1144 Fifteenth was a feature in the December issue of Structure Magazine. View the complete story here. 

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Structure Magazine Features Grant Street Pier
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The Vancouver, WA Grant Street Pier project was featured in an article by Structure Magazine. Follow this link to Structure Magazine to read the full copy.

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Martin/Martin Project Featured in The Daily Journal
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City of Woodland Park Opens New Indoor Aquatic Center The Daily Journal Friday, December 1, 2017 Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP), along with Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS) and the city of Woodland Park, recently celebrated the grand opening of a 24,530-sq-ft indoor aquatic-only center. The center includes a zero-entry leisure pool, play features, a…

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Tivoli Project a 2017 Mayor’s Design Award Winner
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Since 2005, the Mayor’s Design Awards have honored projects throughout the city for excellence in architecture, exterior design and place-making. The awards are presented to Denver homeowners, business owners, nonprofits, artists and others for their creative contributions to the public realm through innovative design. Martin/Martin’s Tivoli Quad project received the award in the “Active Spaces”…

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Grant Street Pier Project in Vancouver – Iconic
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Vancouver’s iconic new pier takes shape on the Columbia River waterfront The City of Vancouver’s new Grant Street Pier, a signature element of the emerging waterfront park along the Columbia River in downtown Vancouver, is taking shape with the installation of its mast on Monday, Oct. 23. Read more in the City of Vancouver’s press…

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Martin/Martin in Top 20 Sports Engineering Firms
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Martin/Martin was ranked 13 out of the top 20 National Sports Engineering Firms as ranked by Building Design + Construction Magazine. See the ranking at Building Design + Construction Magazine.

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1144 has Denver’s Tallest Crane
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AN EXCLUSIVE LOOK AT DENVER FROM THE CITY’S TALLEST CRANE What Denver looks like 650 feet up in the air. See the rest of the story on 9News.com

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