Residential Architecture Update Framing is nearing completion for the new home. Exterior finishes of hard concrete stucco, stone/brick, 4” natural cedar lap siding and dark metal trim will be installed to enhance the residential architecture’s unique forms. This contemporary home embraces traditional building elements which make a home warm and inviting such as large overhangs, [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Construction'
February 13th, 2013 · No Comments · Construction, Denver Area, Residential Design
January 28th, 2013 · No Comments · Construction, Denver Area, Residential Design
Construction framing is moving quickly on the new urban single family residence. Interior spaces and the building’s architectural form are taking shape. The future owner will enjoy the city scape view as a daily amenity.
January 11th, 2013 · No Comments · Architecture, Construction, Denver Area, Residential Design
ArcWest’s urban residential project is going vertical with construction of the 2nd floor.
December 2nd, 2011 · No Comments · Architecture, Construction, Industrial Architecture
ArcWest Architects continues to find efficient uses for pre-engineered metal buildings.
May 12th, 2011 · No Comments · Articles, Construction, Denver Area
Interesting article this week in the Denver Business Journal about an internet start-up company ZamRay, LLC. This business is going to fill a niche service in re-purposing leftover building materials found at the end of construction projects. The benefit is twofold: First, those materials won’t end up in the landfill – This promotes sustainable concepts [...]
September 2nd, 2010 · 1 Comment · Architecture, Commercial Architecture, Construction, Denver Area, Restaurant
ArcWest Architects is excited to announce The “Hole” Bakery and Restaurant on Tennyson Street is finally open for business. It’s that bitter sweet time in which we are thrilled to see the completion of a commercial project we have been working on for so long.
April 12th, 2010 · No Comments · Articles, Commercial Architecture, Construction, Planning
Denver Post article “Recession’s silver lining: cost to build” confirms what ArcWest has shared earlier – Now is the time to build since the cost of construction is lower.
March 19th, 2010 · No Comments · Commercial Architecture, Construction, Facility Design, Planning
The good news: Constructions costs are down and now is the time to plan for commercial architecture projects or plan for a facility design
March 17th, 2009 · No Comments · Articles, Construction, Planning
The decrease in construction cost will certainly improve both the level of and length of time for a return on investment in a capital project. Taking into effect the continued decline, and the time required to bring a project to fruition, it is truly “Time to Plan”.
January 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Architecture, Construction, Newspaper Publishing Industry
ArcWest Architects (Todd Heirls and Kevin Anderson) visited the Skagit Valley Publishing Facility last week to witness the building occupied and in operation. The initial reaction to the new facility is very positive. Typical with any building project that transitions from construction to owner occupied, there are some minor details to address and close out. [...]