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Rocky Mountain Design-Build Award winners set themselves apart in the industry as the nation’s best design-builders. Their projects are diverse, but they share one common element — excellence. Now’s the time to share your design-build project success by submitting your entry into the Annual Rocky Mountain Design-Build Award competition. We invite you to submit your highly successful design-build project(s) for our 2022 Regional Design-Build Awards competition.
To acknowledge and celebrate the most outstanding Design-Build projects in the Rocky Mountain Region by promoting and recognizing the use and efficiency of Design-Build as a project delivery method.
The acceptance of single-entity risk is a defining feature of Design-Build project delivery. Winning submissions must be carried out under a DBIA or other single-responsibility contract. Eligibility is not based on the use of a DBIA contract document. All qualified teams are encouraged to submit entries. DBIA membership is not an award criterion.
To be considered for a Regional Design-Build Award, your project, at a minimum, must have resulted in achieving best-value while meeting design and construction quality, cost and schedule goals. Your project must demonstrate successful application of Design-Build Done Right principles including collaboration in the early stages of the project and the acceptance of single-entity risk. The project must be completed on time, on budget and without litigation. Winning projects are honored for advanced and innovative application of total integrated project delivery and unique solutions to project challenges.
The Beck Group provided integrated design-build services for the 22-story 15th & Stout Dual-Brand Hotel in Downtown Denver. The design concept for the project was to stitch together two dissimilar hotel flags, Home2 Suites and Tru by Hilton, in a simple, contemporary, and efficient manner. This 266,000 SF high-rise hotel includes one below-grade level, an at-grade lobby, five levels of integrated parking and 15 levels of hotel guest rooms. The hotel provides 382 total guest rooms, a shared fitness center, and meeting/conferencing space for its guests.
6900 Layton is a high-rise commercial office/retail building, comprised of a total of 394,375 SF of spec office space over 10 levels, which are located on top of six-level parking structure with an area of approximately 470,000 SF. The building is located in the Denver Tech Center. Prime West Development, LLC, was the developer for the project, and enlisted the same project team as they did for the One Belleview Station project, which included Gensler as the Architect, The Weitz Company as the General Contractor, and MTech Mechanical as the mechanical design-build team for the HVAC and plumbing scopes of work.
The William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center is a unique partnership between the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) and Penrose - St. Francis Health Services/Centura Health combined forces to develop a building where working together in conjunction with students and the community will provide significant opportunities for years to come. This 104,634 SF project located on the UCCS campus in Colorado Springs, Colorado provides resources for clinicians, educators, athletes, students, and patients. The Center, opened in August 2020, is a destination that brings together sports performance, sports medicine, and academics all in one space.