Current Projects

Here you can view some of the most recent work we've completed in the municipal and public sector. Some are very visible and some are quite discreet, but they've all been completed on time and on budget. Contact us for past projects.

Denver Art Museum
The American Indian Gallery at the Denver Art Museum received extensive enhancements to give the exhibit hall a larger, more favorable space to display the DAM’s vast collection.

  • DAM American Indian Gallery Baskets
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  • DAM American Indian Gallery BlueDress
  • DAM American Indian Gallery BlueRoom
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Community
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Entrance
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Kachina Dolls
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Kachina Mural
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Learning
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Longview2
  • DAM American Indian Gallery P2
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Pottery
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Rugs In Blue Room
  • DAM American Indian Gallery TeePee
  • DAM American Indian Gallery Wide Spaces
  • DAM American Indian Gallery 2
 

 

The Temple Hoyne Buell Theater and Ellie Caulkins Opera House are shining stars in Denver's performance venues. Interlock was delighted to assist in refurbishing of this much loved facility.

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  • Ellie Caulkin's VIP Donor Room Lounge
    The “Iceberg” – this is the focal point of the room, the inspirational “springboard” for Joseph Poli’s (Principal, Humphries-Poli Architects) design concept. The Iceberg is custom glass, stainless steel and custom lighting.
  • Ellie Caulkin's VIP Donor Room Lounge
    The gemstone red pre cast glass panels shine behind the Carrera Marble bar. Custom maple cabinets offer streamlined storage.
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    This shows the lines of the ceiling and the floor, the marble edging the glow of the Iceberg.
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Interlock Construction Corp. was proud to renovate the McNichols Civic Center Building in the heart of downtown Denver. Originally built in 1909, this National Historic Landmark had seen better days. With diligence and craftsmanship, the building is once again a shining "ornament to the City".

  • Art Installations
    Events at the McNichols Civic Center Building attract local, national and international artists.
  • Grand Re-Opening Event
    On October 24 this historic jewel of Civic Center Park opened to the public after extensive renovations.
  • Lights On!
    The building was a magnificent showcase for the dramatic, artistic lighting of a recent art installation.
  • McNichols Project Details
 

McNichols Civic Center Building
144 W. Colfax Ave., Denver CO
Schedule: 11/29/11 – 9/24/12
Scope: Renovation, Restoration, Improvements

Reference: Michael Sheehan, P.E.
City and County of Denver
Department of Public Works
201 W. Colfax Ave.
Denver CO 80202

Architect: Dennis Humphries, AIA
Humphries-Poli Architects
2100 Downing St.
Denver CO 80205

 

 

Interlock Construction has worked on many libraries throughout the Denver Metro area. From modern to historic renovation, the need is always the same: make them beautiful, inviting and functional.

  • Mayor Bill Vidal
    Interlock stepped in to complete this “Build a Better Denver” Bond Project at the Central Library after the City found itself without a General Contractor.
  • Hoyt Reading Lounge
    Bigger and brighter spaces can handle the 3.5 million visits to the Library by loyal customers.
  • Computers In CTC
    Improved technology services support the more than 40 million online transactions the Library handled in 2011 alone.
  • Bear Valley - Surround Yourself
    Reflective ceiling element adds a contemporary flair and visually expands the space.
  • Ross-Cherry Creek
    A component of the Contemporary Service Style is the “beehive”, a space that beckons and intrigues customers to stay in touch with current trends and the latest information.
  • Ross-Cherry Creek
    Located in the heart of Cherry Creek North, this bustling branch library entices with contemporary art, intriguing gathering places, and abundant materials.
  • Park Hill
    Park Hill Library was built in 1920 with funds from the Carnegie Foundation then expanded in the 1960’s.  Enhancements allow for modern improvements to coexist with historic architectural features.
  • Virginia Village
    This central DPL Branch was upgraded with new lighting, technology improvements, flooring, fixtures, countertops and RFID self-service checkout stations.
  • Decker
    Decker Library is located in the historic Platt Park Neighborhood. Completed in 1913, the library serves as a cornerstone of the community.
  • Decker
    The exterior improvements preserve the historic nature of the library while spruced-up interiors engage and inspire.
  • Woodbury Atrium
    Completed in 1912, Woodbury Branch Library is located in West Denver Highland neighborhood. The Highlands have experienced a renewed popularity in the last decade, with young families and professionals developing a vested interest in revitalizing the neighborhood.
  • Woodbury Children's Area
    The library is a popular spot for local students to gather after school, and the staff delights in the bi-lingual outreach opportunities. The design for the remodel melds the historic nature of the building with bright, modern amenities. A bleak circulation area becomes an open and welcoming location with the incorporation of frosted glass, bright paint, and creative signage.
 

 

An extensive remodel and addition, the Westwood Community Center converted smaller, choppy buildings into one united complex. The existing building got a new façade and storefronts. The addition added classroom and public space that connected the library and gymnasium. The overall project was almost 25,000 SF.

  • Exterior with two-tone stucco treatment
    In keeping with the surrounding area, a modern stucco exterior provides the best of modern lines with historic finish
  • Entrance
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    The environment is welcoming and fresh thanks to strong earth tones and ceilingless, free hanging lighting.
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  • Westwood Project Details
 

Westwood Community Center
1000 S. Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO
Schedule: 08/01/06-08/01/08
Scope: Remodel and Addition

Reference: Alfredo Esguerra
City & County of Denver
201 W. Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720)913-1678

Architect: Gifford Spurck Associates
Contact: Kathy Spurck
1738 Wynkoop Suite 100
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303)296-8159

 

 

All part of a series of various projects completed at Red Rocks during the off seasons of 2007 and 2008. These projects included extensive electrical upgrades, the north upper stair replacement, the Trading Post entrance, and some backstage mechanical work.

RED ROCKS (Historical)
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO
Scope: Restroom Remodel
Schedule: 03/01/08-05/20/08

Reference: Ken Matthews, LEED AP
201 W. Colfax Ave. Dept #903
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720)913-8814

Architect: SyBazz Architecture, LLC.
1615 California Street Ste. #203
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Jim Bazzanella
Phone: (303)300-6898

 

 

This 20,000 sq ft., three-story wood-frame senior living development in Idaho Springs presented its own unique rewards and challenges. Crafting a new building in the mountains of Colorado allowed us to utilize new managerial aptitudes, appreciate “mountain time”, and conquer our fear of heights.

 

  • Project Support
    This 20,000 sq. ft., three-story senior living development was the first of its kind for this Colorado mountain town.
  • Project Support
    Surrounded by natural beauty and history, Project Support provides affordable senior housing in an efficient and modest location.
  • Project Support
    Located near downtown Idaho Springs and Clear Creek, the design was able to reflect the historic mining context of the region.
  • Idaho Springs Project Details
  • Prairie Rose Plaza
    Prairie Rose Plaza is a 19-unit apartment community for people with disabilities.  We were proud to partner with Archdiocesan Housing in developing this charming facility in Commerce City.
  • Prairie Rose Plaza
    The Community Room serves as a comfortable gathering place for the residents.
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    Each apartment is fully equipped for independent or assisted living arrangements.
 

IDAHO SPRINGS PROJECT SUPPORT (Public Housing)
1840 Miner Street Idaho Springs, CO
Schedule: 08/25/06-12/01/07
Scope: Mixed-use new construction

Reference: Mary Anderies
4548 West 33rd Avenue
Denver, CO 80212
Phone: (303)433-4401

Architect: Odell Architects
Contact: Otis Odell, AIA
1129 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: (303)670-5980

 

 

The original stone and concrete porch of this historical mountain lodge was rapidly deteriorating. The existing stone wall was rebuilt and extended and a new larger concrete patio installed. The log railings were reproduced from original photographs.

CHIEF HOSA DECK REPLACEMENT (Parks and Recreation)
Chief Hosa Lodge, Genesse, CO
Scope: Deck Replacement
Schedule: 02/08-05/08

Reference: Ken Matthews, LEED AP
201 W. Colfax Ave. Dept #903
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720)913-8814

Architect: Andrew & Anderson
Architects, PC
715 Fourteenth Street
Golden, CO 80401
Contact: Bob Phillips
Phone: (303)278-4378

 

 

The City of Denver needed to expand and relocated the 911 Back-up facilities. The project required extensive data and electrical upgrades. A new emergency generator was installed in the parking garage. The project required a great deal of cooperation between various city agencies and numerous private vendors.

BACKUP 911 FACILITY (Municipal)
Denver, CO
Scope: Relocation and remodel
Schedule: 03/03/08-07/01/08

Reference: David Thomas, LEED AP
201 W. Colfax Ave. Dept #903
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720)913-8817

Architect: Sy Bazz Architecture, LLC.
1615 California Street Ste. #203
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Jim Bazzanella
Phone: (303)300-6898

 

The Office of Emergency Management had not been upgraded in 20 years. Operating in the basement of the City and County Building presented a whole host of challenges.

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (Municipal)
Denver, CO
Scope: Renovation
Schedule: 04/24/08-06/15/08
Budget: $288,317

Reference: David Thomas, LEED AP
201 W. Colfax Ave. Dept #903
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720)913-8817

Architect: Sy Bazz Architecture, LLC.
1615 California Street Ste. #203
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Jim Bazzanella
Phone: (303)300-6898