ArcWest Architects through Partner, Todd Heirls, continues our close alliance with Allegiance Ranch and Equine Rescue as a part if our efforts to give back to the community. The latest effort is the design of a structure to be installed on the ranch coined the Hero’s Headquarters or (H²). Allegiance Ranch is currently fundraising and … Continued
Giving back and staying involved in our local communities is a core value of the ArcWest team, and we support a variety of local nonprofit organizations and causes. We’re excited about one of our newest sponsorships – ArcWest recently became a “Hawk” level sponsor of Denver Audubon. Denver Audubon is an independent chapter of the … Continued
Giving back and community involvement have long been important to the ArcWest team. To celebrate Colorado’s largest day of giving, Colorado Gives Day, ArcWest made donations to nonprofit organizations selected by each member of our staff. A total of $1,100 was donated to the following 11 nonprofit organizations: 2Root Table Urban Farm – Urban garden … Continued
ArcWest partner, Todd Heirls, has a passion for horses and one way he feeds that passion is by supporting Allegiance Ranch and Equine Rescue, a Colorado nonprofit in unincorporated Weld County. The ranch has a unique, 2-prong mission rescuing horses from slaughter, while also providing equine therapy programs for veterans, first responders, and their families … Continued
Just before the start of summer this year, a new community garden opened in Denver’s Sloan’s Lake community, and the ArcWest team was quick to get involved. We believe in participating in the communities where we live and work and became the proud caretakers of 7 of the 50 garden plots available to residents and … Continued
Did you know that ArcWest has a Denver Public Schools (DPS) intern working with us in the office? Meet 17-year-old Jose Vega-Sanchez. He’s a Senior at Denver’s CEC Early College, a DPS high school where students can take free college-level courses and work toward a college degree or industry certification. Through the program, students take … Continued
… The house was going to be well insulated. The building inspector showed up at 2:00 as scheduled and gave a thumbs up. We had the official approval to start hanging the drywall.
We used the school they were in a demonstration architectural project and made placards for each profession involved with the project.
Mentoring a high school student as part of his senior experience certainly has no clear association with the business of Commercial Architecture in the Denver area. Nor does it provide a dash of new income to the company. This said, it was truly a professionally enriching experience. When approached to become a Mentor to a … Continued
ArcWest Architects wants to express our thanks to KaBOOM and the Sunnyside community for helping the vision of a new playground at Chaffee Park become a reality for the neighborhood.