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Modern Steel Magazine Features Martin/Martin Article

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…

Grant Street Pier Floats Above the Water

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…

CU Williams Village Cover Story of Aliworld Magazine

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

Rockies West Lot – A Martin/Martin Project

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,…

1144 and its Unconventional Foundation

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. 

Structure Magazine Features Grant Street Pier

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.

Martin/Martin Project Featured in The Daily Journal

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…

Tivoli Project a 2017 Mayor’s Design Award Winner

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”…

Grant Street Pier Project in Vancouver – Iconic

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…

Martin/Martin in Top 20 Sports Engineering Firms

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.

1144 has Denver’s Tallest Crane

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

Lockheed Martin Space Systems

Martin/Martin is very proud to be a part of the Gateway Center at Lockheed Martin’s Waterton Campus. DBJ – Lockheed Martin kicks off construction of $350 million Colorado satellite factory Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. today kicked off construction of its $350 million satellite factory southwest of Denver, calling it an investment in the future and using…

RTD Civic Center Station

Civic Center Station is one of Denver’s busiest bus transit centers, handling 18 routes that serve an average of 15,000 passengers a day. A familiar fixture of the downtown landscape for more than three decades, the station was showing its age in both form and function. Many of the problems with the seven-bay facility originated…

CSU Design Team Scrimmage

An epic battle ranged before the New CSU Stadium opened. A battle of flags, design team members, a little blood and a lot of moxie! Check out the video here…

Renovation of the Great Hall at DIA

Martin/Martin’s structural team is excited to be a part of the amazing Denver International Airport Great Hall Project. The Denver Business Journal recently published “The future of DIA: Officials offer the first public peek at a renovated Great Hall (Video)” Check in out here…

A Symphony of Art

Kelly Knowles, PE, was recently in France working with Royal Caribbean engineering several art installations for their newest ship “Symphony of the Seas.” Learn more about the ship here…

Grant Street Pier in Vancouver

Steel girders swung into place and cement trucks paraded down to the Vancouver waterfront Thursday morning, but Barry Cain wanted to show off the Columbia River. “This is the most significant natural resource in this whole area,” he said. “Look at it. To walk out over it, to feel it — to get the whole…

Gorgeous photo of 1144 Fifteenth

DenverInfill 1144 Fifteenth Update #20 As we have been keeping you up to date with the extreme amount of infill going up in Denver, 1144 Fifteenth keeps climbing its way onto the Denver skyline and has now reached a major milestone: the core has topped out! For our twentieth update, we are exploring Denver’s newest skyscraper-in-the-making…