1650 Gaylord Street - elevation of Single-Family building

Historical District, Colorado

This accessory dwelling unit is a small, two-story residence accessed by an alley in the historic City Park West neighborhood in Denver. The ADU features anchored brick masonry and landmark windows to match the historic feel of the neighborhood.

1178 South Ogden Street - under construction Single-Family home

Contemporary Design, Colorado

This contemporary single-family residence is currently under construction, with anticipated completion in 2020. With high ceilings and modern finishes, the house is a block and a half away from Denver’s famous Washington Park.

336 & 338 Santa Fe Drive - elevation of Multi-Family building

Three Story Duplex

This two-unit, three-story residential infill project was built in a lot only 25 feet wide, in the vintage Baker neighborhood in southwest Denver. The property is flanked by a 19th-century brick Victorian home to the south, and Santa Fe Liquors to the north. The twin rooftop decks feature views of the downtown Denver skyline and the Rocky Mountains.

336 & 338 Santa Fe Drive - rear view of Commercial building

Commercial Building, Colorado

This three-unit commercial office building was completed in 2019, in a corner lot of south-west Denver facing Federal Boulevard with Bayaud Ave as a side street. The office features modern interior finishes, high ceilings and approximately 6,000 square feet of office space.

Intrusive testing of wall failure

Missing Void Forms

Expert Opinion Although the geotechnical report required 10-inch void forms under the concrete structural grade beams, no such voids were included in the architectural plan or actual construction. When non-compliant foundation drainage left the surrounding soils saturated, the resultant heaving pushed the grade beams from below. This pressure caused splitting of the concrete tilt-up walls…

concrete landing without railing cause of slip and fall injury

Slip and Fall on Concrete Landing

Expert Opinion During the course of our investigation, we used a combination of historical photos as well as an inspection of the current premises. Our documentation concluded that the property owner’s failures to comply with the jurisdiction’s property maintenance code contributed to a dangerous and unsafe condition that caused the fall and resultant injuries.