It has been a very interesting start to 2012. ArcWest has been retained to work on quite a cross-section of projects. The architectural projects vary in scale, scope of work, and sectors; all the same fun and exciting to design and plan. ArcWest Architects has been working on decks for both residential and commercial projects. Currently ArcWest is preparing construction documents for a new Deli Restaurant to be located in downtown Denver. At the other end of the spectrum, we have assisted a client in the early planning phases with master planning, due diligence and feasibility studies for a new 24,000 sf light industrial facility.
Decks: It must be the promise of Spring with the warm weather that has everyone thinking about how they want to spend quality time in a well designed outdoor living space. Decks are but an extension of the house, and for most people, time spent in their outdoor “living rooms” is cherished. The ArcWest partners have completed numerous residential patio and deck designs locally in Denver and out of state as well.
ArcWest is currently completing design and construction documents for a commercial restaurant investing in a new expanded outdoor seating area for their customers
Restaurant – Deli: ArcWest Architects is very excited to be working with a repeat client to plan and design a new deli restaurant to be located on Larimer St. in the RiNo neighborhood. The ArcWest team is working on an aggressive schedule to complete the final architectural and engineering documents for permit submittal so that the business owner can open the doors for business as soon as possible. Other good news: ArcWest just received authorization to proceed for a new BBQ restaurant to be located in the Highlands neighborhood.
Due Diligence: Earlier in the year, the ArcWest partners completed a Master Planning and Feasibility study to assist a corporation in evaluating potential business park sites in Lafayette, CO for the future home of their light industrial facility. The due diligence exercise validated that one site was the clear choice and enabled our clients to make a decision to make an offer on the property. The business is progressive and forward thinking by planning at this early phase to incorporate a solar (photovoltaic) energy system for the new facility. ArcWest created RFP’s and contacted local companies who provide solar panel installations to better understand key considerations for the system integration with the future building design.
Currently ArcWest is preparing a proposal to assist a prospective client with a due diligence, feasibility master planning exercise for a building addition to an existing light industrial facility here in Denver.