This 10-story office complex on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus features retail and clinical lab spaces, medical administrative offices and two enclosed pedestrian bridges connecting to a garage with more than 1,450 parking spaces.

The project proved vital to maintain patient services when University Hospital closed its 42-year legacy at the busy Denver thoroughfare of 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. In less than 11 months, Haselden turned over part of the project — which included two clinical floors; one office floor; all life-safety elements; elevators; the parking garage and two pedestrian bridges featuring a pneumatic tube transportation system.

Haselden used Building Information Modeling (BIM) for collision detection among the complex mechanical, electrical and medical gas systems throughout the facility.

To ensure timely project delivery and high quality, Haselden worked alongside the design team daily. That diligence helped us complete the project early despite one of the worst winters in Denver’s history. During a record-breaking blizzard, the Haselden team used our company’s fleet of 4-wheel-drive vehicles to shuttle doctors, nurses and other medical staff to their mission-critical posts.