Hall-Irwin has helped build communities along the Front Range by providing a variety of buildings. We take extra pride in our projects because we live and work in the communities we help to build.
We build everything from places to live and stay to places to work and play.
"Our project, like most, was on a tight budget that required close monitoring of expenses as construction progressed. With Hall-Irwin’s leadership, the District was able to complete the project, including a few added amenities, within the original proposed budget. Additionally, the communication during all phases of the project, from all Hall-Irwin employees involved, exceeded my high expectations. The open, timely, and clear communication established early on in the project was critical to its success."
Executive Director, Thompson River Parks & Recreation District
Milliken Athletic Complex
Milliken needed a community athletic center, and the Thompson River Parks and Recreation District set out with Hall-Irwin to provide it. The main features of the athletic complex are two full-sized outdoor soccer fields, a "t-ball field", and two full-sized indoor basketball courts. The 22,000 SF complex was constructed using pre-engineered metal to house seven administration offices, a weight room, a community room, a concession kitchen, and a classroom equipped with computers for the Boys and Girls Club.
Originally, their design called for several expensive elements which would have put them over budget. Working with the architects and engineers, our team was able to provide them with near-equivalent features that were much more cost-effective. The community and recreation district were immediately pleased with the new addition to Milliken.
During the construction of a football practice field, two NCAA soccer fields, and a structure for the concessions/restrooms/announcer's box, Hall-Irwin expertly navigated the large project scope. We managed the site survey, demolition, earthwork, fine grading, laser grading, and installing the site utilities. The project also called for retaining walls, site concrete, asphalt paving/markings, track surfacing, synthetic turf, site electrical, and field lighting. Further, we also installed a new scoreboard, irrigation system, and landscape.
Kersey Community Center at the Grange
After not being able to save the structure known as "The Platte Valley Grange No. 455," the Town of Kersey decided to enter into a design-build agreement with Hall-Irwin and Infusion that would bring a new building to the site. The new building was named The Kersey Community Center at the Grange and was funded by multiple partners including a grant from DOLA.
During the day, the building is used as a Senior Center while in the evenings, it's occupied with Youth and Family programs. Since the building has been completed, the facility is available for community meetings as well as rental opportunities.
Kersey Town Hall
The Town of Kersey had outgrown its' library and current Town Hall and needed to find a solution. A historic structure downtown, known as the "Kersey Co-op" building, became available and the Town began working with the University of Colorado Denver's Urban Technical Assistance program to find out how to best use it. The Town Center project was created and the Town of Kersey needed a contractor to help bring the new project to life. Hall-Irwin entered into another design-build agreement with the Town to rehabilitate the historic building while bringing it up to a green energy standard. The facility is now able to hold Council Chambers, Community Meeting Spaces, Office Spaces, and the Police Department.
Colorado Crude Carriers
Having outgrown its location in east Greeley, Colorado Crude Carriers contracted with our design-build team to work in association with their architect and engineering firm to design and construct its new efficient and economical campus near Lucerne, Colorado. Care was taken to maximize the space so that it will be viable for many years to come within its 17,500 SF pre-engineered metal building. The maintenance area, with in-floor heating, has space for four work bays with an overhead crane, wash bay, parts room, warehouse, and a second-floor concrete mezzanine for storage. The two-story office area, with open atrium, provides a cheery atmosphere to both clients and employees.
Power Motive Corporation
Based on our success in building the Power Motive Corporation facility in Milliken, Colorado they also engaged us to deliver their second location in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Our design-build team delivered these projects which included constructing an 11,800 SF tilt-up concrete building. Both buildings feature a heavy-equipment maintenance shop with 2 service bays, a wash bay, overhead cranes, and an oil/water separator. They also include offices, a parts warehouse, and a conference room.
Pete Martin Rathole Drilling
The Pete Martin Drilling Company benefitted from the ongoing successful collaboration of our design-build team and their architects and engineers to deliver its new corporate headquarters and maintenance support shop in Milliken, Colorado. Care was taken in the design to maximize the space for the maintenance shop’s two work bays, 10-ton overhead crane, and welding shop with a 5-ton jib crane. This 8,000 SF pre-engineered metal building was enhanced by masonry wainscot on the exterior. The commercial steel building has a 20-pound snow load with a 115-mph wind rating for the seasonal temperatures and substantial winter snow. Working closely with Pete Martin staff, the Hall-Irwin design-build team was able to provide exactly what was needed for the growing company.
The building includes sustainable features such as integrated daylighting strategies in the classrooms and occupancy sensors to optimize the efficiency of the building’s energy systems. The 2-story main entry includes strong architectural features that serve as the focal point to the facility. The building includes sustainable features such as integrated daylighting strategies in the classrooms and occupancy sensors to optimize the efficiency of the building’s energy systems. Daylighting is optimized throughout all of the facility’s spaces.
Hall-Irwin’s design-build approach on this 48,210 SF school was the perfect solution for the Imagine Charter School’s needs. Although the project started 1-1/2 months late in the beginning of winter due to the development process, Hall-Irwin crunched a 10-month schedule down to 8-1/2 months by fast-tracking the schedule and working on weekends. The Owner was thrilled about the design-build process in terms of how we were able to give the Owner a high--quality building at a very low cost that was within his budget. By listening to the Owner and understanding their desires we are able to meet/exceed their needs and expectations.
Due to our success building Imagine Charter School's first school in Firestone, they hired Hall-Irwin's design-build team to complete a similar facility in Colorado Springs. Currently, with 2 schools successfully completed, our design-build team created a design that can be easily reproduced on several different lot layouts as needed.
Knowledge Quest Academy
With Milliken growing, a new school was a much-needed addition. Knowledge Quest Academy found a site in a growing subdivision on the East side of Milliken. They elected to choose Hall-Irwin to build the new school.
As Milliken kept growing, the school needed a bigger kitchen to meet the growing demands. They knew they needed a contractor that could get the job done safely and without disturbing the students’ learning environment; so, they turned to Hall-Irwin again to complete their kitchen remodel. This remodel consisted of converting their warming kitchen into a fully functional commercial kitchen. Hall-Irwin coordinated the installation of all the kitchen equipment, installed new flooring and new floor drains, and put in a new grease interceptor. Hall-Irwin accelerated this schedule to achieve completion in only 7 weeks.