Member Portfolios

Want to see what our members have been up to? Scroll through the member portfolios below to see pictures of jobs and descriptions of their achievements.
 
8 (a) Certified         Ammex Masonry Inc.

 

Landmark Lofts Phase II

(this project was all thin brick application)

GC: PCL Construction Services, Inc.
Architect: Van Tilburg, Banvard, Soderbergh, Inc.
970 28th St, Boulder CO 80303



This multifamily residential project consists of 138 units including an enclosed 61,000-square-foot parking garage with 172 spaces and storage for 128 bicycles. It also includes 3,900 square feet of street-level retail/community space, pool and spa. Each building is finished in thin brick, CMU and precast.

South Metro Fire Rescue Station #31

 
GC: Adolfson & Peterson, Inc.
Architect: Oz Architecture
5901 South Havana Street Englewood, CO 80111
 
This gorgeous 10,832-square-foot, three-bay, two-story fire station consists of CMU, brick and precast material. Station 31 replaces an outdated station structure and helps the fire district fulfill its mission to provide public safety to its district, which serves over 200,000 residents.

South Adams County Fire District Station #4

GC: Dohn Construction, Inc.
Architect: Allred & Associates
8600 Rosemary Street Commerce City, CO 80022

The fully rebuilt Station 4 in Commerce City consists of brick, CMU and precast materials. This project is part of an expansion that helps the fire department meet the needs of the communities it serves- Commerce City, Henderson and parts of unincorporated Adams County.

 

Skyhouse Project

                    
        

 
General Shale    








This building features General Shale’s Queen sized Waterlodge Brick.  The building has General Shale’s product over most of the surround and it is mixed beautifully with a reclaim brick from Chicago at the entrance.  At the base of the building, the Waterlodge blends with natural rock veneer.  Overall, the building has an old warehouse appeal, yet it is new construction in Denver.  The installer was Barnes Masonry.