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More specifically, we painted all of the metal railings on the balconies and beams on the façade on the entire six story, sixty-unit complex in Denver's Historic Jefferson Park. This was a very challenging project to get the large boom lift to reach several areas with poor accessibility such as the West exposure with the telephone lines in the way; which necessitated driving the lift partially onto the concrete sidewalk. Besides adding additional safety precautions, we also needed to protect the landscaping, building and concrete while dealing with street closure/signage/permitting issues. The rear (Southern) exposure of the building had a new construction project underway which added even more issues to deal with and poor accessibility. Lastly, we were asked to minimize invading the homeowners privacy and working on the balconies through entering the balconies from the exterior only. We properly completed the project on time and within budget with minimal issues and the fresh paint really gave this beautiful complex a nice and newer look and feel.
Not only was RiverClay's focus on environmental and high-performance sustainable design but it is the Rocky Mountain Region's very first LEED ®-Certified condominium development, certified at the Silver level.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design ("LEED") certification is bestowed upon only after a building meets a very comprehensive and rigorous set of third-party requirements that have been verified for sustainability, energy conservation and performance, and indoor air quality.
If you ever have or know of anyone with a project that entails painting condos please remember to contact us for a free written proposal.