In the News
Arvada Library to Install Automated Book Sorting System
KCC Welcomes Intelligent Office Denver to 1515 Wynkoop
Kennerly Construction just completed the third floor remodel for the new Intelligent Office Denver space at 1515 Wynkoop. IO has begun moving in and will be open for business on September 1, 2012. The executive offices are gorgeous and the location in Denver is accessible to all types of clients.
Zach Kittrell served as KCC's project manager for this high-end office remodel.
Kennerly Wins Contract for the Expansion of SDL International America
Kennerly Construction has recently been awarded the contract to provide tenant remodeling services to SDL International America
to expand its current offices by 3,825 sf at 1100 S. McCaslin Blvd., in Superior, Colorado. This addition will expand its space to 17,610 sq. Kennerly completed the original tenant remodeling for SDL in 2007. Zach Kittrell is the Project Manager on this project.
Kennerly Construction completes two Solar projects for Douglas County Libraries
Denver, CO - Kennerly Construction has completed two solar projects for Douglas County Libraries. The first project was the installation of 38 solar tubes at the Philip S. Miller Library in Castle Rock. The second project was the installation of 8 solar at the Parker Library branch. The solar tubes were supplied by Solargreen Technologies, which distributes "Solatube" products, a natural sunlight alternative to indoor lighting. Compared to a typical skylight, the Solatube Tublar Daylights increase the light four times the light intensity in a big-box space. Patrons and staff at both libraries have complemented the library on the natural colors and the quality of light. Richard McLain, facilities manager for Douglas County Library, remarks the he expects the solatube Daylights to increase the amount of electricity saved. Sensors that relay lighting requirements and adjust to the amount of light being distributed by the Solatube Daylights help keep electrical needs to a minimum. Additionally, the number of fluorescent tubes in each of its overhead fixtures has been reduced from three to one, resulting in a materials savings as well. Zach Kittrell, Kennerly Construction, was project manager for both projects.
Kennerly Construction to remodel Whitman Elementary School to Accommodate the Littleton Soccer Club
Denver, CO - Kennerly Construction has been awarded the contract to remodel portions of Littleton Public School's Whitman Elementary for the use of the new headquarters of the Littleton Soccer Club. The project will require about six weeks with completion scheduled for March 31, 2010.