Jordy Construction Awards

Accolades & Awards for Jordy Construction in Denver

SUGAR SQUARE

1530 16TH STREET, DENVER, CO

SugarSquare, the 4-story building, located between 15th and 16th Streets on Wazee Street in Denver’s Lower Downtown (LoDo) neighborhood, stands as an inspiring example of innovative urban infill and technological achievement. Unlike any other project downtown, SugarSquare manages to achieve big design in an extremely narrow urban space – just 25 feet in width. Designed by architecture firm Semple Brown Design, SugarSquare was conceived as an addition to the historic Sugar Building at 1530 16th St.

 

 

 

2018 AGC Silver Award

IZAKAYA DEN

1487A S. PEARL STREET, DENVER, CO

Jordy Construction and Roth Sheppard teamed up to construct this new and impressive 14K SF space to house Izakaya Den. The first step was to demo the existing building. From there, Jordy moved to excavation, shoring and piers and then started construction of the restaurant. Jordy was responsible for ensuring features such as a retractable glass roof, banquet surrounds, 25ft. tall interior bamboo plants surrounding a glass elevator enclosure with a custom-fabricated stainless steel cab, 50-foot retractable roof system that opens diners on the second floor to Colorado’s beautiful outdoors, and custom first-floor perimeter Japanese millwork, were executed and incorporated into the space.

 

2013 AGC Bronze Award

Asian Pacific Development Center

1537 Alton Street, Aurora, CO

Jordy Construction along with Kung Architecture transformed a vacant, run down old school, into a vibrant community center for the Asian community. The project was a 8,133 SF, 2-story structure. It contained offices, an exam room and class rooms. It was a complete remodel of the space including new energy efficient windows, HVAC, ADA access and additional parking. It also included a 1,174 SF annex that is used as a community events center.

 

 

 

2013 AGC Bronze Award

Project Angel Heart

4950 N. Washington Street, Denver, CO

This project was an adaptive reuse of an existing 31,150 square foot usable commercial, warehouse/storage and cooler facility. Jordy’s award-winning contribution transformed Project Angel Heart’s building into a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, distribution, and office facility to fulfill the organization’s mission to provide nutritious meals free-of-charge to those living with life-threatening illnesses.

 

 

 

 

2012 AGC Project of the Year

Project Angel Heart

4950 N. Washington Street, Denver, CO

This project was an adaptive reuse of an existing 31,150 square foot usable commercial, warehouse/storage and cooler facility. Jordy’s award-winning contribution transformed Project Angel Heart’s building into a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, distribution, and office facility to fulfill the organization’s mission to provide nutritious meals free-of-charge to those living with life-threatening illnesses.

 

 

 

2012 ACE Award