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Featured People & Firms
2014 Colorado/Wyoming Legacy Award Winner: Denny Pehrson
10/31/14
The A&P superintendent has spent a good part of his career teaching younger employees how jobsites should work.

Photo courtesy of Adolfson and Peterson Construction


2014 Intermountain Legacy Award Winner: Robert F. Babcock
10/31/14
Bob Babcock says his engineering skills have helped him better understand and resolve construction disputes.

Photo courtesy of Babcock Scott and Babcock

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11/17/14 CDOT Executive Director Don Hunt Announces Plan to Leave the Agency
Hunt has served as the agency’s executive director for the past four years and planned to leave after one term.
06/09/14 Mountain States People
New hires, promotions and people awards across the Mountain States.
04/11/14 People: Mountain States
Promotions, awards and new hires across the Mountain States region.
03/26/14 James H. Bodell, founder of Bodell Construction, 1923 - 2014
James Huggard Bodell, the founder and CEO of Salt Lake City’s Bodell Construction Co., died February 13 in Utah.
03/13/14 Colorado Engineering Council Honors 2014 Outstanding Engineers
ACEC presents its 2014 Outstanding Engineers Awards.
02/24/14 ENR Mountain States 2014 Top 20 Under 40 Winners

The annual competition profiles some of industry’s top young talent.
02/12/14 AIA Elevates Three Colorado Architects to College of Fellows
AIA elevates three Colorado architects to its College of Fellows for 2014.
10/31/13 2013 Mountain States Legacy Award: Charles Keyes

Keyes is retiring after 45 years as a structural engineer at Martin/Martin Inc., Lakewood, Colo.
10/23/13 Richard Weingardt: 1938-2013

Weingardt started his own structural engineering firm, Richard Weingardt Consultants Inc., at the age of 27.
08/21/13 People: Mountain States
People news from around the five-state region.
06/19/13 People and Promotions in the Mountain States Region
Regional promotions, association news and new hires across the Mountain States.
06/05/13 Wheeler Machinery Volunteers Help Eradicate Poverty in Small Mexican Village
Fourteen Wheeler Machinery Co. employees journeyed this spring to volunteer in the small mountain village of Tixmadeje in Mexico’s Acambay region.
05/23/13 Greiner Electric Employee Wins ABC Craft Professional of Year
Michael Arledge, a journeyman electrician for Greiner Electric, Littleton, Colo., has won the Associated Builders and Contractors’ 2013 Craft Professional of the Year award.
03/12/13 ENR Mountain States 2013 Top 20 Under 40

The professional diversity of the 2013 group is matched only by a desire to be leaders, mentors, contributors and pioneers of better ways of doing things.
08/27/12 People: Mountain States
Denver’s Saunders Construction makes changes to its preconstruction department.
06/25/12 People, Promotions and New Hires in the Mountain States
A summary of people and personalities news in the five-state region.
05/16/12 Industry Leadership: A Conversation With Alan Krause of MWH Global Inc.

The following interview with Alan J. Krause, president and CEO of MWH Global Inc., took place in the engineering firm’s Broomfield, Colo., headquarters on April 25.
04/23/12 People: Promotions, New Hires and Honors in the Mountain States
Here’s a summary of the new faces, roles, responsibilities and awards for people in the A/E/C industry across the Mountain States region.
02/28/12 Chinese Architect Wins 2012 Pritzker Prize for Architecture
Wang Shu, a 48-year-old architect whose architectural practice is based in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China, will receive the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
02/27/12 ENR Mountain States 2012 Top 20 Under 40

This group of young leaders is redefining the standards and practices of the construction industry through their talent and hard work.
01/27/12 Jacobsen Construction Names New CEO, Realigns Its Executive Ranks
Jacobsen Construction Co., Salt Lake City, has made significant changes in its corporate structure, including appointing a new CEO.
12/19/11 People Updates About Construction Professionals in the Mountain States
Updates about construction professionals in the Mountain States.
10/31/11 People: Mountain States
Updates about construction professionals in the Mountain States.
07/07/11 New Leadership Takes Reins at ULI Colorado
On July 1, Chris Achenbach, principal and director of construction at Zocalo Community Development, became the new chair of the executive committee for the Colorado District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Colorado).
06/27/11 People, Promotions, New Hires Across The Mountain States Region
ENR Mountain States offers a sampling of industry promotions, new hires and people news across the region.
04/25/11 Updates About Construction Professionals
Douglas E. Decker, was recently elected president of the Hispanic Contractors of Colorado, Cathy Bellem has been promoted to associate also at Anderson Mason Dale Architects, James Taylor has been named a senior associate at Denver-based Anderson Mason Dale Architects and MORE...
02/28/11 ENR Mountain State’s Top 20 Under 40

A key feature of this first regional edition of the new ENR Mountain States is our annual “Top 20 Under 40.” It offers brief profiles of some of the region’s most innovative and successful young professionals. All of these people were nominated by you, our readers, because you believe them to be among the best young talent working in the industry today.
02/28/11 Updates About Construction Professionals
Lance Brown, EIT, LEED AP BD+C, mechanical engineer of Spectrum Engineers, Salt Lake City, has earned his LEED AP certification. Brown’s experience includes complex health-care projects in government, office, higher education and other areas. He joined Spectrum as an intern in April 2008.
01/11/11 Don Hunt Named CDOT Executive Director
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has appointed Don Hunt as executive director of the Colorado Dept. of Transportation.
12/01/10 People and Firms
Ben Lombardo, a project manager with Catamount Constructors Inc., Evergreen, since 2003, was recently promoted to project executive.
12/01/10 Personalities & Practices
Jim Tinsley has joined Aurora-based Merrick & Co.’s energy group as a senior project manager. In this role, he will serve as the practice leader for specific, energy-related projects. With the addition of...
12/01/10 Mountain States Engineering Firm of the Year: CH2M Hill
Even in tough economic times, CH2M Hill continues to build its services and push into new markets.
12/01/10 Intermountain Architect of the Year: MHTN
MHTN Architects Inc. of Salt Lake City is defined by its mission statement: People + Collaboration + Innovation = Extraordinary Environments.
12/01/10 Colorado Architecture Firm of the Year: Roth + Sheppard Architects
Roth + Sheppard Architects is having a phenomenal year.
11/01/10 People and Firms
Chris Hipwell was recently hired as the new president for Associated Builders and Contractors Utah Chapter. Stacey Stegman, public relations director for the Colorado Dept. of Transportation, was...
11/01/10 Personalities & Practices
New faces, places and roles in the region’s design firms.
10/01/10 Founders Profile: Architectural Nexus
At a time when many firms are in survival mode, trimming costs and eliminating risk, Architectural Nexus is thriving, and it’s encouraging employees to pursue work they’re passionate about, even if...
10/01/10 Personalities & Practices
New faces, places and roles in the region’s design firms.
10/01/10 Colorado People/Firms
New faces, places and roles in the region’s design firms.
10/01/10 Intermountain People/Firms
New faces, places and roles in the region’s design firms.
09/01/10 Name in the News
Dave Love, president and CEO of New Star General Contractors, has been nominated to join Park City’s Peace House board of directors.
09/01/10 Personalities & Practices
Vince Izzo has been named director of environmental services for HDR’s global transportation program.
09/01/10 Remembering Denver Architect John Rogers
Denver architect John B. Rogers will be remembered for his dynamic leadership as well as his dedication to his clients. But his legacy also includes a devotion to the firm he co-founded in the...
09/01/10 Picture Perfect
Founded in 2003, Multivista is already a recognized leader in photographic construction documentation for projects ranging from high-rise office buildings to bridges to single-family homes.
09/01/10 Alpine School District: Q&A with Rob Smith Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
The new 223,000-sq-ft Orem High School is part of Alpine School District’s $250-million bond passed by voters in 2006. It replaces the original Orem High School built in 1956.
09/01/10 Park City School District: Q&A with Patrick Ogden PCSD Facilities
The $28-million, 26,000-sq-ft, two-story Park City High School is the first comprehensive high school in Utah to receive LEED certification, and was designed to incorporate legacy sections of the old Park...
09/01/10 Weber School District: Q&A with W. Drew Wilson Admin. Director of District Facilities & Operations
The new South Ogden Junior High School opened to students in August. The $17.6-million project consisted of 150,000 sq ft of new construction.
09/01/10 Aurora Public Schools: Q&A with Jim Bittle Construction Management & Support Director
Vista Peak Exploratory School is the first building finished on Aurora Public School’s P20 campus. The school, built by FCI Constructors and Adolfson & Peterson Construction, opened in August and...
09/01/10 Adams 12 Five Star Schools: Q&A with Rob Webber Assistant Superintendent
The Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton consists of a solar-heated, Olympic-size swimming pool and seating for 800 spectators. It is one of Adams 12’s city/school district partnership projects.
09/01/10 Boulder Valley School District: Q&A with John Bollinger Bond Program Manager
Construction has begun on the new Escuela Bilingue Pioneer Elementary in Lafayette. The $4.6-million school will open in August 2011.
07/01/10 Name in the News
Windsor-based McCauley Constructors Inc. added Jerry Grandt, Lindsey Crisanti and Scott Ready as superintendents and Tonya Deter as a project coordinator.
06/01/10 Name in the News
In April, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneer s held a multi-million-dollar grand opening auction in Tooele County, the company’s first in Utah, marking the opening of its 22nd auction site in the United States.
05/01/10 Name in the News
Representatives from Hunt Electric accepted the Platinum STEP Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors on behalf of the firm’s nearly 300 employees.
05/01/10 Personalities & Practices
Six engineers in the Martin/Martin Inc. Consulting Engineers’ Colorado and Wyoming offices have become licensed professional engineers.
04/01/10 Name in the News
The General Services Administration selected a design-build team in March to modernize the Byron G. Rogers Federal Office Building in Denver.
04/01/10 Personalities & Practices
Joel DeYoung recently joined Kumar & Associates Inc.’s Denver office as a project scientist.
04/01/10 Into the Light
He may be best known for his airport designs, but Curt Fentress doesn’t readily accept that designation – or any other.
03/01/10 Personalities & Practices
Justin Bowcutt of Envision Engineering recently earned his Professional Engineers certification in Utah.
03/01/10 Name in the News
03/01/10 Founders Series: HDR
03/01/10 AIA Utah: Recognizes 2009 Achievement Award Winners
03/01/10 Equipment: Above and Beyond
After a spate of bad accidents, two large crane owners step up their safety protocols.
Snapshot
Architect Pierre Langue, Axis Architects,

Architect Pierre Langue, Axis Architects,
Salt Lake City
02/28/2011
Architect Pierre Langue, Axis Architects, Salt Lake City, designed this strikingly modern residence, located high in Salt Lake City’s East Bench neighborhood. Living spaces are oriented around expansive western views, with large overhanging shades shielding the residence from the sun while providing a distinctive exterior. The sections of the house follow the slope of the terrain, helping to integrate it with the environment.

Photographer: Paul Richer/Richer Images LLC
Submitted By: Pierre Langue,principal, Axis Architects, Salt Lake City

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