Location: Denver, CO

RNN Architects is participating in the Denver Airport Great Hall Project design-build team under contract with Great Hall Builders. Our services include work to assist with coordination, review, and clarification between two primary team members –– Saunders Construction and Ferrovial. Three major functions provided by RNN Architects were included in its services.

  • Construction Design Team Architect (Liaison between Designers and Constructors). Duties included work for the Construction Team processing primarily Requests for Information and Requests for Approval (submittals). Advising the construction staff on buildability issues, field conditions that are discovered and not sufficiently covered in the Record Architects documents, tracking paperwork to the constructors in the field, and helping with “means of construction” decisions and temporary construction.

  • Architectural Design Team Coordinator (Liaison between Designers and Client) included work for the Design Team facilitating communication between the owner/client and the design consultants. Evaluating design consultant responses to client’s needs, reviewing design documentation for coordination between design disciplines, and resolving design comments from the client to meet contractual obligations.

  •  Liaison between the City and County of Denver Community Planning and Development Department (CCD P&D) and the Great Hall Project. Duties included leading weekly meetings between the Great Hall Project, City and County Denver (CCD), and Denver Fire Department (DFD); evaluating completeness of design packages submitted to CCD, DFD, and Wastewater for permitting; tracking the building department review process and design team response to comments dates to ensure a timely process; assisting in communication between designers and CDC reviewers; tracking issued permits for the construction team and the CDC regarding modified drawings and deferred submittals; facilitating a good relationship between the City and County of Denver and the Great Hall Project.