Western Regional Office
Haselden Construction has been building on the Western Slope for three decades. We are committed to supporting a strong, vibrant community that so many of our team members call home. We understand the unique and complex challenges of building in and around the mountains and the importance of making each construction project a source of economic growth for the community and its residents. With each project we undertake, we strive to develop strong relationships with the local subcontracting market to ensure participation of the local labor force is maximized.
Work with Haselden in the Western Region
We are currently hiring for the following positions in the mountains:
Aspen & Vail
Aspen & Eagle
Aspen & Eagle
To apply, click on the link which will take you to our careers page.
Western Region Projects
What kind of projects do our Western Region team members work on? From K-12 education to hotels, our mountain team builds amazing projects including new construction, renovations, and tenant improvements. Here are a few of our recently completed projects:
We are truly a local mountain contractor and take great pride in ways we can promote and give back to our local mountain communities.
October 23, 2017: Last Friday night we grilled up some hot dogs and hamburgers (you also got a drink, chips, and cookie with that meal!) at Eagle Valley High School to raise money for the high school booster club! We love working in this community and are thrilled that the night raised nearly $1,000! A big thank you also goes to Ewing Trucking & Construction, Falcon Plumbing & Heating, Encore Electric, and MTech Mechanical for their contributions!
Stay up to date with our latest blog posts related to the Western Region!
Last week we talked about construction jobs in the Northern Region with Haselden—this week we’re taking it to the mountains! A lot of people move to Colorado because they like to ski, snowboard, mountain bike, hike . . . so why not live and work where you can do it in...read more
There are women in construction, but let’s be honest, most of them aren’t in the field. And that’s something Haselden is eager to support changing. Rebecca Wilcox is an assistant superintendent at Haselden – the first woman who’s chosen to take that career path here....read more
Built in the 1960s, the Sky Hotel in Aspen was the “it” place for decades. Now Haselden is building a new hotel in its place – the W Aspen – that is sure to become the new hot spot! The Details Designed by Rowland + Broughton, the new W Aspen will have 93 rooms,...read more