The opportunity to brand a new building at core and shell for the developing TOD Union Station neighborhood, as well as develop an interiors/tenant improvement project for IMA’s corporate HQ was an opportunity with intrinsic challenges. IMA’s goal was to develop a brand identity for their firm while being a part of a greater civic development project in Denver’s emerging transit oriented neighborhood. Integrating core and shell while maintaining a distinct identity for the majority tenant was a key component of the project.
Catalyst’s role in both the core & shell of the new building and tenant improvements created a complimentary model supporting not only a team approach, but enables a project environment allowing for schedule advantages, leveraged bundling of strategic partnerships and and budget advantages. In a concentrated effort to make each segment of the project individually unique, a tactical approach to project management was needed — allowing each project to stand alone…but strategically integrate, as well.
- A 65,000 SF, Class A, Transit Oriented Development – Core & Shell and Tenant
- Improvement Project in the Unions Station Neighborhood of LoDo in downtown Denver.
- Catalyst Achievements
- Synergy between core and shell/ tenant improvements providing schedule and budget efficiencies
- Successful delivery model of integrated general contracting
- Project Emersion in neighborhood culture
- Successful spend management, while not compromising functionality or aesthetics