Taking space on the top three floors of the Tabor Center, one of Denver’s premier Class A office buildings, this client desired soothing, modern finishes for this complete gut and remodel. Working within an occupied building, each floor was demolished and then reconstructed in a multi-phase effort. Maple millwork, natural stone, and NanaWalls and an impressive new interior staircase highlight the work.
“Jim; I just wanted to drop you a short note to personally thank you for the outstanding effort shown by you and your team on the Rothgerber, Johnson & Lyons office renovation. Your enthusiasm and commitment to quality was well demonstrated in this multi-phase, complex project having detailed custom wood work and furniture, movable walls, stone work and an aggressive schedule. We were also aware of the challenges presented by the Tabor Center’s curved floor plan and uneven surfaces.
The skills, professionalism and responsiveness of the Boots Project Manager and Superintendents were truly impressive. They understood the unique confidentiality requirements of the law firm environment and made every effort to help us secure client files and minimize disruption. Our facilities manager, Teresa Wallace, was very comfortable working with your team.
It was also reassuring to see you personally on-site for supervision and quality control, and part of the weekly management meetings. Your efforts and the efforts of your team were an important part of the success of the entire project. Despite multiple parties and different interests involved, our firm felt as though WE were your client. I would be happy to share our positive experience with other professional services firms as needed. Thank you once again.”
Barbara A. Mica
Chief Operating Officer
Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons LLP