Gregg spent Thursday morning with Saunders Construction at the construction site of kidney-care company DaVita's new headquarters near Denver's Union Station.
Saunders Construction will celebrate its 40th anniversary next February, and company's president Greg Schmidt says sustainability is a key ingredient and goal for them, as well as "developing strong relationships with the thousands of people involved in the projects."
You'll recognize the work done by Saunders Construction since they built the new IKEA store, several builds across Colorado college campuses, the Broomfield events Center and the new Clyfford Still Museum near downtown Denver, which opens on Friday, Nov. 18.
The 270,000-square-foot DaVita building will be completed in the summer of 2012 and is estimated to cost around $90 million. Home of one the largest kidney dialysis companies in the nation, the building will house hundreds of employees and serve as a training site for the company.
For more information, check out www.davita.com and www.saundersci.com.
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