• Project Portfolio

    Our current and completed projects:

  • USAFA Center for Character & Leadership Development

    iiCON Construction Group has been selected by Colorado School District 11 as the Best In Value to construct the two-classroom addition by Adams Elementary School in Colorado Springs. We are excited for this opportunity to begin a new relationship with the School District, working with RTA Architects and their design team on this important project. The addition project will begin immediately with completion scheduled for November this year.[...]

     

     

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  • USAFA Center for Character & Leadership Development

    iiCON Construction in association with Cortez Construction, Pueblo General Contractor, has been selected to build the new Uplands Townhomes Phase 1 project in Pueblo, Colorado. [...]

     

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  • USAFA Center for Character & Leadership Development

    The Infrastructure Upgrades includes the construction of a new recirculation road to guide traffic around the perimeter of the campus core with water and sewer upgrades. iiCON also facilitated a partnership between Fountain Valley Schools and the City of Fountain Electric Department to convert the existing private utility to a publicly owned and maintained utility. Upgrades to the existing systems and new services provide more reliable power to the campus.[...]

     

     

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    The Faculty Housing component of the project included a two, three and four bedroom single family residence as well as a two unit duplex. Because Fountain Valley School of Colorado is a boarding school, this provided needed housing for the faculty to reside on campus with the students. The structures are all constructed around the southwestern style and incorporate energy efficient construction throughout.

     

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  • Experience of Our Principals

     

    Our Principals, Greg Collier & Don Johnson, have over 34 years combined experience in the industry and have worked on the following Projects:

     

    FEDERAL GOVERNMENT:

    • U.S. Air Force Academy, CO; $13.5 million, Vandenberg Hall Renovation Phase 9
    • U.S. Air Force Academy, CO; $35 million, Center for Character & Leadership Development
    • U.S. Air Force Academy, CO; $13.4 million, Gym Modernization Phase 3
    • U.S. Department of Interior, Commerce City, CO; $6.5 million, RMA Visitors Center
    • U.S. Air Force Academy, CO; $13 million, Fire Station Addition, Mitchell & Arnold Halls Renovation
    • 10th Special Forces; Fort Carson, CO; $50 million, Phase I & II Barracks and Training Facility
    • NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex, Colorado Springs, CO; $14.3 million, Remodel Command Post, Space Command and Missile Defense Command
    • Tenth Special Forces Facility, Fort Carson, CO; $110 million, New Barracks, Training and Dining Facility Phase III

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT:

    • El Paso County, Colorado Springs, CO; $27 million, Downtown Campus Renovations and Parking Structure Expansion
    • Colorado Springs Airport, Colorado Springs, CO; $2.5 million, Occupied Phase I Terminal Expansion
    • Colorado Springs Transit Facility, Colorado Springs, CO; $8 million, New Administration-Bus Maintenance Facility
    • Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO; $200 million, Convention Center

    EDUCATION:

    • University of Denver, Denver, CO; $19 million, Academic Commons Renovation
    • Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind, Colorado Springs, CO; $7 million, Gottlieb Building Renovation and Addition
    • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO; $47 million, Science/Engineering Addition/Laboratory LEED Gold
    • Academy School District 20, Colorado Springs, CO; $12.75 million, Chinook Trails Elementary Pre K-8th Grade (Phase 1) Design Build
    • Academy School District 20, Colorado Springs, CO; $3.9 million, Administration Building
    • Academy School District 20, Colorado Springs, CO; $13.3 million, Discovery Canyon Site work Infrastructure and Phase1 Elementary School
    • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO; $3.5 million, Cragmor Hall Renovation
    • Weld County School District Re-8, Ft. Lupton, CO; 2001 Bond Projects, $10.1 million, additions and alterations to existing school buildings and construction of a gymnasium facility
    • Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO; $5.4 million, Arthur F. “Fum” McGraw Athletic Center

    HOTEL / DORMATORIES / HOUSING

    • Colorado State University Pueblo, Pueblo CO; $27 million, Culebra & Greenhorn Residence Halls LEED™ Gold
    • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO; $17.2 million, Alpine Village Dormitories Design Build
    • The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO; $6.2 million, miscellaneous renovation projects including Northeastmoor, Southeastmoor, Southlake, Penrose Dining Room, Retail Shops and New Salon
    • Bullwhackers Hotel and Casino, Central City and Blackhawk, CO; $12 million
    • Stadium Lofts, Denver, CO; $4.3 million
    • Mercantile Lofts, Denver, CO; $3.4 million
    • Street Car Lofts, Denver, CO; $12 million

    MEDICAL:

    • Presbyterian Saint Luke’s Hospital, Denver, CO; $115 million, New Addition Hospital adjoining existing operational facility (Design-Build)
    • Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO; $5 million, North Colorado Springs Clinic
    • University Hospital, Denver, CO; $68 million addition of inpatient intensive care diagnostic and treatment, ambulatory care, central plant and new public entry. Renovation includes inpatient acute care, diagnostics and treatment and miscellaneous departments
    • University Hospital, Denver, CO; $35 million, ACC Renovations

    RETAIL:

    • Phil Long Audi, Colorado Spring, CO; $4.9 million, New Dealership
    • Phil Long Saturn, Colorado Springs, CO; $3.4 million, New Dealership
    • Phil Long Saturn, Denver, CO; $3.7 million, New Dealership

    RELIGIOUS:

    • Centennial LDS Church, Colorado Springs, CO; $1.8 million, New Church
    • Abbey of St. Walburga, Virginia Dale, CO; $5.4 million, Convent for Benedectine Nuns
    • Mount St. Francis, Colorado Springs, CO; $9.4 million, Addition and Remodel (Design-Build )

    OTHER:

    • Special Projects Group, primarily Qwest Communications, Metro Denver Central Office Additions 3 years, focused on building
      additions ranging from $2-4 million to $27+ million
    • Dalhart State Prison, Dalhart, TX; $64 million, New Ground-Up Corrections Facility (Design-Build)
    • Amarillo State Prison, Amarillo, TX; $55 million, New Ground-Up Corrections Facility (Design-Build)

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