Northwest 36 is an 11-acre new site development with nine new office tech / business incubator buildings. The site development includes over-lot grading and hauling off 43,000 cubic yards of excess soils to balance the site. The site will be over-excavated and recompacted to a depth of 5 feet to address swelling soil conditions. The infrastructure upgrades include a new entrance road and cul-de-sac to the site along with other offsite improvements to include new road pavement and sidewalk upgrades.
Onsite improvements include a new water line loop with domestic and fire suppression extensions, new sanitary sewer system, storm water collection and retention features.
Hardscape work includes new drive lanes, parking lots, pedestrian walks and steps around the buildings and a walking path around the site.
The buildings will be constructed with a high bay design that will allow for future mezzanine levels to be added.
Four of the buildings include roof top patios that provide sweeping views of the city and the Rocky Mountains.
Foundations for the building include a pier design, grade beams, counterfort walls in basement areas and a structural slab on void form. The building envelope is constructed with metal stud framing, masonry pilaster columns and decorative awnings.
Cantilevered sidewalks attached to buildings (no shifting sidewalks that raise or lower to block doors or need concrete shaving).
Architect and Civil Engineer