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PROJECTS

Client: Boulder County Housing Authority

BCHA The Spoke on Coffman (in close out phase)

DHA Walsh Manor Rooftop Stairs:

Client: Denver Housing Authority

Description: RNN Architects, Inc. is providing architectural design services to provide new code compliant access stairs and door to the penthouse elevator mezzanine of Denver Housing Authority’s Walsh Manor Apartments.

Denver International Airport Great Hall Project

Client: Denver International Airport

Poplar Place Apartments (in construction phase),

Client: Gilmore Construction

United Airlines Concourse B ADA Door Enhancement

Client: United Airlines

Prime: Sky Blue Builders

Description: This project is for the retrofit of 7 man doors in Denver International Airport’s Concourse B Center Core area occupied by United Airlines to comply with needed ADA access requirements.  RNN Architects will produce architectural and electrical documents related to the project in preparation for submittal for permit to the City and County of Denver in order to comply with ADA access standards for the doors outlined.

ReConserve of Colorado 5801 Franklin Street

Client: ReConserve of Colorado, Inc.

Description: RNN Architects is providing architectural and engineering services for a building addition for the purposes of staging and conveying processed feed, converting an existing processed feed staging area for new use to store additional raw materials, site improvements to enhance vehicle circulation and provide an additional tractor trailer scale, and preparing designs for landscape features.

El Taller

Description: RNN Architects will be providing architectural design services to convert the existing Latino Cultural Arts Center property located at 2680 W. Barberry Pl. for use as a non-profit community workspace for artists

Denver Housing Authority Thomas Bean Tower Renovation

 

Client: Denver Housing Authority

Description: This project includes the total renovation of both high-rise towers which were last renovated in 2005. The objective was to refresh both the private apartments and community spaces with more durable, pleasing finishes and to also upgrade the energy systems to immediately reduce energy consumption and provide an infrastructure for the building to meet the City of Denver’s mandated 2030 Green Include which includes Net-Zero energy use and later Carbon Neutral status. Common Client Support Areas in the building are to be completely reimagined with functionality and security emphasized. The 2.2 acre site will also be completed renovated with an emphasis on security, low water-consumption, and durability.