Colorado School of Mines Labriola Innovation Hub
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Saunders’ work on the 10-story building will be a focal point for years to come. A few key aspects make it even more pleasing to the eye, like having 20 percent more window offices than a traditional building due to the building’s curtain wall and distinctive shape. The Saunders project team also realized the importance of supporting local economy and sustainability. Earning LEED Gold Certification, the project was built using regional steel and cement, while recycling steel, wood and gypsum on-site.
Additionally, Saunders self-performed all the concrete work — over 13,000-cubic-yards between caissons, footings, slabs, cores, decks, curbs and pads.
Giving the illusion of a continuous sheet of glass perched atop an angular, modern base, the Triangle Building is nothing short of a design marvel. It is one of downtown Denver’s signature landmarks. Sitting on a triangle parcel site, the building is center to the converging approaches of Wewatta Street, 16th Street Mall and Old Wewatta Plaza. This building, with three angles meeting the busy cross sections, provides an individual identity.