1900 Sixteenth Street, Denver, CO
Tenant safety, health, comfort, and productivity; reduced energy consumption and costs; lower operating and maintenance expenses; improved marketability and competitiveness; LEED gold certification prestige; single-source accountability for complete mechanical/ plumbing construction services.
To plan, install, and start state-of-the-art mechanical/plumbing systems in a new, 335,000- sf building, while achieving high levels of energy efficiency and reducing operating costs.
By combining pre-construction design assistance, complete mechanical/plumbing construction, and full startup services, EMCOR’s Trautman & Shreve brought state-ofthe- art HVAC reliability and LEED gold energy efficiency to this new, 17-story tower in downtown Denver.
The company’s professionals generated three-dimensional computer-aided design construction documents and applied expert project delivery skills to coordinate their work with other contractors, and keep construction on schedule and on budget. They also worked closely with the general contractor from the start to ensure compliance with the rigorous LEED gold construction and commissioning requirements. From project design through testing and balancing the HVAC systems, the general contractor and, ultimately, the client benefitted from obtaining such a broad array of work from a single source.
Trautman & Shreve’s scope of work included equipping the building with:
The result was expert delivery of an energy-efficient, high-performance mixed-use facility, designed for maximum reliability and long-term value.
One of the tallest buildings to be added to the Denver skyline in 20 years, 1900 Sixteenth Street is near Millenium Bridge directly across from the city’s newly restored light rail and bus transportation hub at historic Union Station. Plans call for all of the city’s public transportation lines to converge at the site.