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Swinerton Builders

November 01, 2011 18:10 ET

Swinerton Builders Colorado Is on the FasTrak With RTD

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Nov 1, 2011) - Swinerton Builders Colorado's dedication to the community and its regional growth was put into the spotlight recently with two new design-build project wins awarded by the Regional Transportation District (RTD). Through these wins not only will Swinerton be developing infrastructure but also building local business by partnering with several DBE firms in the Denver area on the new projects.

Both projects are four-story parking structures that will serve riders of the RTD FasTracks West Corridor light rail system and the existing RTD bus system. In Lakewood, the new Wadsworth Boulevard Parking Structure will provide riders 1,000 parking spaces, while the new Sheridan Boulevard Parking Structure in Denver will accommodate 800 vehicles.

The design-build team on both projects includes Structural Engineer, S.A. Miro; Architect, Gensler; M/E/P/F Engineer, BCER Engineering; and Parking Design, Parking Consultants, LLC. Swinerton is also partnering with several local SBE/DBE firms on the projects, including: Civil Technology, Inc; Three Sixty Design; GeoCal; HCL Engineering & Surveying, LLC; Interactive Elements Incorporated; Pinyon Environment Engineering Resources, Inc; and Sky-to-Ground, LLC.

About Swinerton: The Swinerton Family of Companies provides commercial construction and construction management services throughout the Western United States and is a 100% employee-owned company. Recognized nationally since 1888, Swinerton has been building Colorado since 1942 and is devoted to the region with a passion for delivering the highest quality product through innovation, integrity, and experience. For more information on Swinerton, visit their blog SwinertonBuildsTomorrow, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and LinkedIn.

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