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Top 2010 Colorado & Wyoming Projects

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Welcome to Mountain States Construction’s annual ranking of the biggest projects to be completed this calendar year in Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, North and South Dakota’s, plus a list of new projects that have broken or will break ground in 2010.

Projects were submitted by firms from all six states using questionnaires e-mailed to them or made available at www.mountainstates.construction.com this spring. Firms from any segment of the industry were eligible to submit projects, including owners, architects, engineers, GCs and subs. The top projects were selected from the questionnaires submitted by the firms themselves. Total construction dollar volume of projects was the only criteria for ranking.

Criteria: Projects much have been started (for the new projects rankings) or completed (for all other lists) during calendar year 2010 by firms with a permanent office in one of the six states. Projects whose start or completion dates fell outside that time period were not eligible. Project sites must be located in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, North or South Dakota or Wyoming. The annual Top Projects survey is a free editorial service provided by Mountain States Construction magazine. No firms paid any fees to be considered for the lists or included on them.

If you have questions about the projects or
want to be included in next year’s Top Projects
survey mailing, please contact Editor Melissa
Leslie at melissa_leslie@mcgraw-hill.com or
303-584-6724.

 

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