River Point at Sheridan

Location: 
Sheridan, Colorado
Total Project Cost: 
$88.9 million
Size: 
110,000 SF plus extensive site work
A&P Role: 
CMGC/CMAR

The first phase of this major brownfield redevelopment involved more than 125 acres of site work, including demolition of several abandoned structures, clearing a closed landfill site and importing fill. The complex project also included reconfiguring a municipal golf course, constructing vehicular and pedestrian bridges, making improvements to a U.S. highway and a state highway, and relocating the national bike trail along the South Platte River. All work had to be coordinated with energy and telecommunications providers, the EPA, two local governments, and the State of Colorado. In subsequent phases AP was responsible for core and shell construction for inline buildings, and tenant build-outs of major and inline retail buildings.  

Awards: Best of the Best, National Environmental Project, McGraw Hill Construction, ENR; Excellence in Construction Awards, ABC Rocky Mountain Chapter; Gold Hard Hat Award, Environmental Project, Colorado Construction; Gold Hard Hat Award, Project Management Collaboration, Colorado Construction; National Excellence in Construction Award, Commendation, ABC National 
 
“Miller Weingarten is consistently impressed by the knowledge, accountability, patience and attention to detail of the AP team. Retail development is fraught with challenges posed by difficult site conditions and demands of large national retailers. Adolfson & Peterson Construction meets these challenges head-on and addresses them with unequalled vigor.” –Arthur R.L. Belz, Vice President-Construction, Miller Weingarten Realty, LLC