On Monday, Weifield’s Country Club towers crew fired up the last major part of the oneline! Thanks to Project Engineer, Kate Eaton, for sending in an update on the project and these great pictures showing Charles Venter turning on the bus duct for the East Tower as well as a clear view of the West Tower — now that the West crane has been removed!
A few other Country Club Towers updates:
– The final concrete deck pour for Level 33 East happened last week; Swinerton Builders hosted a “topping out” BBQ on the job site.
– Our crews are currently working on trimming out devices and fixtures in the garage, pulling feeders to residential levels and unit panels, wall roughing and trimming in residential units, and pulling out the fire alarm system
– The interior amenity spaces on level 1 and 5 as well as the amenity deck on level 5 are starting to take shape with wall framing going in and fixture housings being set
– The first turnover for occupants to move in is July 2017, which will include over 150 residential units on Tier 1 of the West Tower and portions of the amenity spaces and parking garage
This project with Swinerton Builders (General Contractor), led by Weifield Project Manager, Russell Tafoya, and Field Supervisor, Scott Buckey (and estimated by Daniel Standke), is a 32-story apartment complex in Denver’s West Washington Park neighborhood; the project began in September, 2014. The complex contains 558 apartments and nearly 1,000 parking spaces.
We are tremendously proud of our team’s amazing work on this project!!