Pinkard provided complete construction management and general contracting services for Benedict Park Place Block 4b, a new two-building, mixed-income residential apartment complex in the Park Avenue West/24th Avenue neighborhood of downtown Denver.
Building One is 89,676 sf, four stories, and 52 units of wood-framed and load-bearing CMU residential space with surface parking and some covered parking.
Building Two is 48,471 sf, four stories, and 37 units of wood-framed and load-bearing CMU residential space and under-building parking.
Both buildings feature cast-in-place concrete foundations. The superstructure is load bearing CMU walls and engineered wood framing. Other features include a membrane roof system, aluminum entrance assemblies, architectural siding, vinyl windows; boiler and fan coil mechanical systems, and conventional fire sprinkler system. Interiors include gypsum drywall assemblies and tile finishes in the residential and common areas.
An onsite stormwater detention system is completely below grade to afford ample parking and landscaping for tenants.
Street work and utilities surrounding the site are a significant scope compo- nent. Scope included demolition/installation of new water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer main lines. Additional scope included new asphalt paving, concrete site work and street extensions.