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SEM Architects Brochure

  1. 1. SEM ARCHITECTSAn innovative design practice
  2. 2. creating designing developingContact InfoSEM Architects98 Spruce Street Suite 201Denver, Colorado 80230303.220.8900
  3. 3. Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s Firm History 1 An Innovative Design Practice Design Approach 2 Alignment of Values Organization 3 The People Make the Difference Roles and Responsibilities 4 Teaming for Unprecedented Experience Project Experience 5 Our Work Speaks Our People 6 Serving Our Clients Needs Market Sectors 7Experience Through Varied Project Types References 8 We Value What Our Clients Say SEM ARCHITECTS
  4. 4. Firm History Founded in 1978, SEM Architects has one of the largest portfolios in the commercial, retail and industrial sectors in the Rocky Mountain West region. Building on early commissions in the development industry, the firm has evolved from a business-focused enterprise to a full-service, design-oriented architectural practice. In its first decade, SEM advanced from serving local clients to playing roles in regional and national projects. By the mid-1990s, as the firm went national, its services grew to encompass comprehensive architectural, master planning, entitlements, and interior design services for our clients in retail, industrial, office and build-to-suit markets. Recent years have seen an expansion of our portfolio to include local neighborhood retail and restaurants, regional mixed-use town centers, and office parks and corporate headquarters, as well as roll-out programs for national retailers. The hallmark of SEM’s work is its unparalleled customer service. Principals, directors and designers are an integral component of every project team at every stage, from initial vision, ideas and design concepts, to planning and construction phase services. Staff members are available for consultation at all junctures of every project. The firm’s achievements and its extensive referral network are testaments to the success of this approach, and to the grateful appreciation for its clients.“To be Creative and Passionate ” OUR MISSION & WHY WE E XIST “The success of our practice is based on the integrity of our ongoing relationships.” - Bruce McLennan 2
  5. 5. Design ApproachDESIGN Ar chitecture is the art of . . . “ composing spaces that respond to environmental conditions and address a client’s needs. Whatever a project size or budget, we strive to create places that enrich how people live, work and play. We direct our energy towards an architecture born of human needs that responds to physical, social, and economic circumstances. We are not vendors of fashionable trends, but believe that good design defines our environment because truly innovative design is a source of inspiration to those who encounter it every day. DESIGN PHILOSOPHY ” SEM Architects combines improvisation with that the design solution will resolve. On this basis, the lateral thinking, a creative process for generating architects create a real-world design aimed at achieving ideas, in order to break through accepted thinking the client’s objectives. while still operating within real-world constraints, resources, and support. Case studies of similar projects serve as resources that inform the design process, enlighten the client Lateral thinking develops solutions through an on current design trends and suggest a platform indirect approach that moves from a known idea to for unique alternatives. Existing ideas become the a new idea. With a strong foundation of technical basis for challenges to conventional thinking, with expertise and carefully honed intuition, SEM the ultimate goal of establishing the big idea — a designers improvise on the challenges and resources defining concept and guiding influence, which will unique to each opportunity, inventing new thought keep the design true to its origins and consistent with patterns, practices, structures, or new ways that its objectives. people could interact with spaces. The successful outcome is helping clients find the distinctive Through the Design Development and Contract solutions relevant to their situation. Document phases of the project, SEM concentrates on documenting the project with best practices, The design process begins with an open dialog stringent quality-control procedures, and among clients, consultants, and the design team coordination of all work. Detailed task lists, milestones in a workshop setting, to develop the program; and performance-based criteria verify the work to analyze relevant case studies, and to create a of all project members as complete and accurate. framework that will bring the project to full fruition. The budget is vetted through cost/benefit systems analysis and milestone estimates. Finally, the design The full team establishes goals; collects, organizes, intent established during the genesis of the project and analyzes data; formulates relationships, and drives a consistently high quality of work through establishes priorities, in order to define the challenge construction and project close-out. 3
  6. 6. “Successful architecture is authentic to a project’s personality. The key is to identify that personality, anddesign for it specifically.” - Todd Decker
  7. 7. STRUCTURE Projects begin as individual design studios are assembled for a commission, bringing together an array of seasoned professionals, creative designers and developing talent. These tight-knit, diverse groups collaborate directly with clients to establish an in-depth understanding of the project goals that will fulfill the program. Studios are led by a Principal, who take an active role in every aspect, working in creative collaboration with the client over the life of the project. Principals routinely fill the Project Architect role on a design team. Complemented by experienced Project Managers, they lead the design team and are in constant communication with the client. The Principals’ experience is enhanced by a dedicated group of Associates and the invaluable resources of Directors, who are responsible for creating and maintaining quality and consistency in specific aspects of SEM’s practice. This personal attention and teamwork ensures the successful design, documentation and quality control of the client’s program.5 SEM ARCHITECTS
  8. 8. Organization People make the difference . . .“ At SEM Architects, every project gets the oversight of ourmanaging principals. Our entire staff has a strong commitmentto excellence and has a vested interest in our clients and thesuccess of their projects. While each member of our team offersa unique range of talents, we focus on blending those talents tocreate a successful collaboration that is responsive to the client’sprogram, budget, and schedule. We consistently optimize thevalue and quality of the designs that we produce.WHY CHOOSE US DESIGN ”SEM Architects has earned a reputation in the In SEM’s hands, a building is architecture before it’sarchitectural industry for consistently great a project. We’ve built a team that knows the value ofdesign and consummate customer service. We are design and works to balance the artistic with real-relationship-based and our success rests on our world considerations. We understand that thecommitment to collaboration. Our practice is a design process, establishes character, personality andbusiness but it is also a family. brand, highly influences and often determines public perception, and significantly impacts project valueSEM offers an unparalleled combination of the and success.pragmatic and the creative, with a practice that existsat the interface of business and design. It is our We are careful to craft a design solution thatunderstanding of both development and design that interprets the client’s objectives in terms of thedrives our success. visual quality, character and presence of a project.DEVELOPMENT SEM Architects’ expertise and experience encompasses a solid and insightful system toOur early reputation was earned as a down-to-earth support our clients’ success. We look forward tobusiness practice that worked on both sides of the the chance to help you achieve your ledger. Over the course of a decade,SEM has transformed to become a design-basedbut still market-savvy architectural firm that, relieson extensive experience in project development, andcontinually deepens understanding of the market.Bottom line, we bring a keen eye to the potential ofeach project. “The success of SEM Architects over the past 31 years can largely be attributed to the quality of service we provide each and every one of our clients. Our goal with every client is to become their “go to” architect and develop long-term ongoing relationships.” - Terry Rucker SEM ARCHITECTS 6
  9. 9. The Streets at SouthGlenn SOUTHGLENN MALL REDEVELOPMENT CENTENNIAL, COLORADO Urban Revitalization The Streets at SouthGlenn is the redevelopment of the existing SouthGlenn Mall into a mixed-use Community Center for the City of Centennial. The redevelopment plan develops a 2,500,000 square foot Town Center between the existing Macy’s and Sears stores, and expands the on-site development to the perimeter of the property to include additional retail shops, restaurants, banks and services. The center is vertically mixed with street level retail shops, and either residential units or office space above, the overall project budget is more than $300,000,000. SEM Architects is the Master Architect for the overall project and is responsible for entitlements, site planning, architectural design, tenant coordination, contract administration and design oversight and coordination. The Streets at SouthGlenn blends premier local and national retailers with bold new brands to provide an exceptional, exclusive shopping experience and convenient access to the amenities shoppers seek in one place. Adjacent to south Denver’s premier neighborhoods, the Denver Tech Center, and other prosperous and growing residential and professional communities.ReferencesDon Provost | Bryan McFarlandAlberta Development Partners8480 E Orchard Road, Suite 2400Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111303.771.4004 7 SEM ARCHITECTS
  10. 10. A Lasting ImpressionPROJECT AWARDS From an expansive park stretching one city block, to inviting sidewalk cafés and a new2009 Best of Centennial – Retail Project of the Year library, The Streets at SouthGlenn is destined2009 Colorado Construction – Outstanding Retail Project – Golden Hard Hat to become Centennial’s town center, inspiring2009 Colorado Construction – Outstanding Project Management – Golden Hard Hat neighborhood gatherings for years to come.2009 DU/DMCAR – Retail Project of the Year SEM ARCHITECTS 8
  11. 11. Lowry Vista LOWRY AIR FORCE BASE REDEVELOPMENT DENVER, COLORADOReferencesBill Tippman | Peter Goffstein Urban Life at Nature’s Door StepBear Creek Capital Lowry Vista will be environmentally responsible9549 Montgomery Road, Third Floor and aesthetically stunning.Cincinnati, Ohio 45242513.793.1500 9 SEM ARCHITECTS
  12. 12. Urban CommunityLocated on 80 acres in Denver, Lowry growth and quality-of-life. Using modern connect trails that currently dead-end at theVista re-envisions a former Air Force urban planning, Lowry Vista will offer a Air Force Base. By completing the Highlineproperty as a thriving community. But this pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use community Canal and Westerly Creek trails, Lowry Vistais not an average community. Nestled next adhering to Denver’s acclaimed Main Street will provide surrounding neighborhoodsto 100 acres of open space and a newly development principles, which promote with greater mobility. Throughout theremodeled golf course. Lowry Vista will sustainable, multi-use development. development, there will be many parks andbe a true urban mixed-use brownfield gathering areas. Integral to the town centerdevelopment, including residential, retail, The project has four major goals: design will be event space, plazas for markets,and entertainment venues. SEM Architects sustainability, modern urban design, infill and cozy niches for meeting friends. There willis the master planner, and architect for instead of sprawl, and multiple connections be an “emerald necklace” of parks throughoutthe project in conjunction with Davis to the surrounding native environment. the sight, using attractive, drought-tolerantPartnership. SEM is the Architect of landscaping, which is a responsible, sustainableRecord for the 1 million plus square feet of At Lowry Vista, not only will the open choice for Colorado.commercial development, while the overall space be preserved, but it can be used asbudget of the project will top $250,000,000. an “outdoor classroom.” A special signage system will be developed to help educateThe concept for Lowry Vista is to create citizens and nearby school children abouta close-knit neighborhood designed to native Colorado plants and ecosystems.match modern expectations of responsible Around the open space, Lowry Vista will
  13. 13. Twenty Ninth Street Mall CROSSROADS MALL REDEVELOPMENT BOULDER, COLORADO New Urbanism Twenty Ninth Street Mall brings urban shopping sophistication to Boulder’s growing residential and professional communities. The genesis of the Twenty Ninth Street Mall was to redevelop an existing four-city block suburban mall into a thriving outdoor retail environment. The program for the entire project incorporates more than 800,000 square feet of office, retail, entertainment, and restaurant space. The overall project budget totaled more than $75,000,000. SEM Architects was the Architect of Record and was responsible for Site Planning, Architectural Design, Tenant Coordination, and Contract Administration. The resulting design created three distinct shopping and entertainment districts, enlivened by weaving the Boulder street grid throughout the development. The project’s challenges were met by designing the primary retail and plaza over an 800 car parking deck, and providing a variety of leasing opportunities. The design includes distinct building vocabularies utilizing dramatic massing and geometry, as well as a lively color palette, that responds to the context of the existing city and natural features of Boulder, Colorado.ReferencesRon Lorch | Ron KuhnWestcor Partners11411 North Tatum BoulevardPhoenix, Arizona 85208602.953.625211 SEM ARCHITECTS
  14. 14. New UrbanismPROJECT AWARDS Twenty Ninth Street Mall unlike the mall that prefaced it, consists of a collection of smaller2006 Colorado Construction – Outstanding Retail Project – Silver Hard Hat mulit-tenant retail buildings and big box stores clustered along a central spine. SEM ARCHITECTS 12
  15. 15. 1655 Lafayette DENVER, COLORADO Invite Only - Design Competition The design concept for the new medical office building at 1655 Lafayette takes advantage of a prominent site in what will be a large redevelopment project. On a site that is under utilized in terms of density this new facility takes advantage of internal parking schemes to increase its densities while providing the opportunity for both clinical and medical office space. The design concept for 1655 Lafayette is based around the concept of integration. The buildings program while not atypical for the surrounding area, is larger than portions of its context. 1655 utilizes and is focused on breaking down the scale of the building into smaller components that assist in its relationship and presence within the neighborhood. The structure works to maximize the potential building footprint, while the facade of the building is compartmentalized into unique features that add variety and scale to the building. The concept of overlapping is prominent throughout the building to create depth and visual interest from all perspectives, while providing it’s users with accessible common amenities.ReferencesMichelle Brokaw | Glen SibleyFleisher Smyth Brokaw425 South Cherry, Suite 250Denver, Colorado 80246303.308.966013 SEM ARCHITECTS
  16. 16. Modern SimplicityThe exterior skin of the building creates adynamic juxtaposition of the surroundingenvironment and provides the users with astrong iconic identity. SEM ARCHITECTS 14
  17. 17. Exempla SW EXEMPLA LUTHERAN MEDICAL CENTER JEFFERSON COUNTY, COLORADO Modern Medical Designed as the first of two buildings in this Medical Campus, this project incorporates programming for medical users; including Urgent Care, Imaging, as well as Primary Care and Specialists. Phase 1 of the project set at the base of the “hogback” along C-470 in Jefferson County Colorado. The building houses more than 63,000 square foot of state of the art medical space. The overall budget for the project was $5,500,000. SEM Architects was the design architect as well as the Architect of Record for the project. SEM was responsible for all of the entitlements, site planning, building design, interior space planning, and contract administration. The project’s budget and program was fulfilled using tilt-up concrete construction. By utilizing a unique approach to panel design, window patterning and fenestration; the multi colored wall panels create variation and rhythm that tie the building together to create a clean contemporary image. The main entry feature is the focal point of the building as it dynamically extends from the building to create a covered drop off area for patients.ReferencesAustin Lehr | Mike JonesLauth Property Group7887 E Bellview Avenue, Suite 900Englewood, Colorado 80111303.216.203115 SEM ARCHITECTS
  18. 18. Articulation and FenestrationWhile the overall mass of the building remainsquite simple in form, the building’s facadesuse a variety of articulation, fenestration andcolored patterns to create visual interest that iscomplimentary to the surrounding context. SEM ARCHITECTS 16
  19. 19. Montecito Point MONTECITO TOWN CENTER LAS VEGAS, NEVADA Town Center Office Montecito Point is a six story, 185,000 sf, high rise, office building located in Las Vegas Nevada. The $24,000,000 project includes structured / covered parking for 25 percent of the parking needs. The L-shaped footprint and core layout were designed to accommodate half-floor users as well as smaller tenant arrangements. The project is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification, using a sustainability strategy that is balanced across all categories. SEM Architects was the architect of record on the project and was responsible for the overall site planning, as well as the architectectural design of the core and shell. The overall design reflects upon traditional design principals using a base, middle and top. These traditional principles are contrasted by a modern more contemporary aesthetic. The base is accented with large two story windows, and stone pilasters, while the middle portions of the building uses an EIFS wall system with a variety of horizontal window patterns. The upper portion of the building incorporates intricately detailed metal panels along with integral sun shade devices at the entry feature to create an iconic image on the skyline.ReferencesAustin Lehr, Mike JonesLauth Property Group7887 E Bellview Avenue, Suite 900Englewood, Colorado 80111303.216.203117 SEM ARCHITECTS
  20. 20. Neutral ContrastWhile the overall mass of the building usesa contextually neutral color palette, it iscontrasted by the dark window patterns, andheavily articulated curtain walls. SEM ARCHITECTS 18
  21. 21. 1000 South Colorado GLENDALE, COLORADOReferencesJim AdelsteinNWE Engineering Company100 N. Laurel AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90048(323) 930-9700
  22. 22. Bold Architectural Lighting 1000 South Colorado uses unique architectural features in combination with state of the art lighting that creates the opportunity to enliven the center with varying colors keeping the center fresh and relevant in the retail market.Iconic Retail Imagery1000 South Colorado consists of two speculative retail buildings that creates a billboard effect perpendicular to the mainon an urban in-fill site in Glendale, Colorado. The overall thoroughfare.project incorporates 16,000 square feet of traditional retail useson approximately one city block. The overall project budget Building A features a large internally illuminated glass structurewas approximately $3,000,000. SEM Architects was the Design that soars out to the street with large over scaled address numbers,Architect and the Architect of Record for the overall project and while Building B uses a vertical glass tower to bring a presencewas responsible for the entitlements, site planning, architectural to the back of the site. Each of the building’s glass features aredesign, as well as all of the tenant coordination on behalf of the complimented with contemporary masonry anchored cornersowner. that create a strong mass which balances the transparent elements and ladder frame canopies that create a unique play of light andThe site, located along Colorado Boulevard, has limited frontage, shadow to the facade.and posed a variety of challenges in creating viable visibility forretailers. This challenge was met by creating an iconic architecture
  23. 23. Village at CornerStar CORNERSTAR AURORA, COLORADO Contemporary Retail CornerStar is a regional power center located on 158 acres at one of the busiest intersections in the Denver metropolitan area. The overall project contemplates more than 615,000 square feet of retail space with two distinctly different experiences. The power center portion of the project provides opportunities for large format users, while the village creates a unique urban environment that encompasses small retail shop space and restaurant users. SEM Architects the Architect of Record for the apx. $36,000,000 project and were responsible for all aspects of the project. The design of CornerStar is that of a uniquely contemporary blend of materials, forms and interstitial spaces. The buildings use a varied palette of materials in a variety of colors and patterns to create a high level of interest and design aesthetic, while the masses provide individual tenants with a strong sense of identity for their individual spaces. The organization of the buildings creates great opportunity for usable outdoor spaces that are either utilized as patio spaces for restaurants or lavish landscape areas to soften the overall project.ReferencesDon Provost | Bryan McFarlandAlberta Development Partners8480 E Orchard Road, Suite 2400Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111303.771.400421 SEM ARCHITECTS
  24. 24. Vibrant ColorsPROJECT AWARDS The Village at CornerStar uses vibrant colors not only on the awning structures but on the2009 Colorado Construction – Outstanding Retail Project – Silver Hard Hat buildings as well to create a warm and inviting experience. SEM ARCHITECTS 22
  25. 25. Gates Redevelopment GATES RUBBER PLANT DENVER, COLORADOReferencesFerd Belz | Kenneth HoReal Estate Generation4600 South Ulster, Suite 500Denver, Colorado 80237303.295.1730
  26. 26. Urban Infill The Gates Rubber Plan sits on one of the largest redevelopment areas in the central core of downtown Denver. This redevelopment contemplates high densities with a mix of uses.Brownfield RedevelopmentThe Gates Redevelopment takes one of the last large scale at the heart of the retail development on the east parcel. Thebrownfield redevelopment opportunities in the Denver connection help to unite the two separate parcels, creating a supermetropolitan area and transforms it into a high density mixed use block in the heart of Denver.urban environment that integrates RTD light rail and a host ofassociate uses. This multi modal environment supports traditional The division of the project allows for the project to be phased inretail, restaurant, office, hospitality and residential uses into a a variety of fashions allowing the east and west parcels to operateunique pedestrian friendly environment that will anchor the south independently of each other.. The east parcel located alongBroadway corridor. Broadway and adjacent to the existing park and ride becomes the commercial anchor to the project with a large scale retailer, smallThe overall master plan is severely impacted by the rail line that shops, office and hotel uses. While the west parcel is anticipatedbisects the two adjoining properties. While this essentially cuts the to largely be a mid to high density residential project, yet containsproject into two distinct developments two pedestrian bridges span opportunities for a variety of other uses including restaurants,the rail line, one at the RTD Park and Ride station and the other shops, entertainment, and office uses.
  27. 27. CornerStar CORNERSTAR AURORA, COLORADO Large Format CornerStar is a regional power center located on 158 acres at one of the busiest intersections in the Denver metropolitan area. The overall project contemplates more than 615,000 square feet of retail space with two distinctly different experiences. The power center portion of the project provides opportunities for large format users, while the village creates a unique urban environment that encompasses small retail shop space and restaurant users. SEM Architects the Architect of Record for the apx. $36,000,000 project and were responsible for all aspects of the project. The design of CornerStar is that of a uniquely contemporary blend of materials, forms and interstitial spaces. The buildings use a varied palette of materials in a variety of colors and patterns to create a high level of interest and design aesthetic, while the masses provide individual tenants with a strong sense of identity for their individual spaces. The organization of the buildings creates great opportunity for usable outdoor spaces that are either utilized as patio spaces for restaurants or lavish landscape areas to soften the overall project.ReferencesDon Provost | Bryan McFarlandAlberta Development Partners8480 E Orchard Road, Suite 2400Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111303.771.400425 SEM ARCHITECTS
  28. 28. Pattern and TexturePROJECT AWARDS The large format retail at CornerStar uses an extensive color and pattern palette to break2009 Colorado Construction – Outstanding Retail Project – Silver Hard Hat the buildings down into smaller more human scaled buildings. SEM ARCHITECTS 26
  29. 29. Park Meadows Station RTD PARK AND RIDE ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO Live . .Work . . Play Park Meadows Station is a new transit oriented development along Interstate 25, adjacent to Inverness Business Park, and Park Meadows Mall. This large scale development features almost a million square feet of office, over 600,000 square feet of residential, approximately 70,000 or retail, and a large 2500 car RTD park and ride parking structure. The campus is anchored on the north end by 3 signature office buildings that offer unobstructed mountain views to the west, and work together to create a gateway to the Denver metropolitan area. The development features gracious open spaces, grand park settings, and sinuous walking paths that tie the entire development together. Park Meadows Station will be a comfortable, urban environment that offers a unique set of amenities, and opportunities for all to enjoy. SEM Architects is the design architect for the project and will be responsible for all aspects of the project. The project budget is estimated to be over $275,000,000 and totals more than 2,250,000 square feet.ReferencesBrian RobinsonRobinson Development5400 Inverness Parkway, Suite 270Englewood, Colorado 80112303.799.830127 SEM ARCHITECTS
  30. 30. Transportation HubPark Meadows Station offers a uniquecombination of Class A office space,retail, and restaurant uses amidst a majortransportation hub that includes a light railstop, and major bus connections for park andride users. SEM ARCHITECTS 28
  31. 31. Southlands High Visibility Retail SOUTHLANDS TOWN CENTER AURORA, COLORADO New Town Center The high visibility retail shops are located at the entrance to the Southlands Town Center project located along E-470 in Aurora, Colorado. The total project consists of five separate buildings that front the overall town center development. The buildings account for approximately 32,000 square feet of new retail shops space and at a project budget of more than $5,000,000 the project has an immense amount of character and detail. SEM Architects was the Architect of Record on the project and were responsible for the overall site planning, as well as the architectectural design of the building shells. The design concept was for each building to be broken down into smaller components that enhance the village feel of the spaces and create enticing interstitial spaces. Each component of the facade is uniquely detailed and its identity is distinctively different than that of its counterpart. The warm tones of the brick and the lush landscaping work to create a relaxing and inviting environment that the end user will feel comfortable in for extended periods of time.ReferencesDon Provost | Bryan McFarlandAlberta Development Partners5460 South Quebec Street, Suite 100Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111303.771.400429 SEM ARCHITECTS
  32. 32. Town Center EntryAs the gateway to the new Town Center, thehigh visibility retail buildings set the overalltone and character for the project. SEM ARCHITECTS 30
  33. 33. 24 Hour Fitness CORNERSTAR AURORA, COLORADOReferencesDon Provost | Bryan McFarland Colorful Patterns with Shade and ShadowAlberta Development Partners The building facades use a rich variety of5460 South Quebec Street, Suite 100 colors, patterns and textures to create aGreenwood Village, Colorado 80111 distinct and identifiable image for 24 Hour303.771.4004 Fitness.31 SEM ARCHITECTS
  34. 34. Full Service RecreationThe two-story, 88,000 square foot 24-Hour The challenge with the large two-storyFitness Super Sport facility at CornerStar structure, was to break up the facades towas the first mega-fitness facility in the create interest and diversity in the buildingsuccessful 24-Hour Fitness chain of fitness mass. This was accomplished by introducingfacilities. The Super Sport facility features large vertical window and glass blocktwo swimming pools, a sauna, a steam elements, utilizing bright corrugated metalroom, 2 racquetball courts, one and a half panels at vertical elements, and providingbasketball courts, an indoor running track, a large shade devices to create light and shadelarge aerobics room, a spin room, numerous patterns on the large wall planes. The maincircuit weight machines, a large free weight entry was softened by utilizing a stained sidingarea, a daycare facility, juice bar, and and a canopy lowered over the entry to createhigh end locker rooms. As the Architect a more human scale experience upon arrivalof Record for the core and shell, SEM to the facility.Architects worked closely with the tenantArchitect as they developed the prototypefor the new Super Sport concept.
  35. 35. Gateway Park East Station AURORA, COLORADO Urban Connectivity Gateway Park Station is located on the newly planned light rail route, connecting downtown Denver to Denver International Airport. The 17.5-acre site is located in the heart of an emerging commercial district which is anchored by the 1,300-acre Gateway Park. This station incorporates light rail and bus routes, and will ultimately serve a high volume of trips. The goal of the Master Plan was to design an identifiable environment that would comfortably accommodate the multi- modal exchange, and serve as a catalyst for the surrounding influence area. The design concentrates mid-rise, mixed-use densities around a central plaza anchored to the rail stop. Pedestrian circulation from the Rail Station, would quickly emerge from a highly active transitional space into a open, urban scaled plaza, filtering to the business and services. The plaza would incorporate amenities designed for both the commuter and employee needs, including; fountains, kiosk and shaded seating areas. A bold arc connects the bus-station to the center of the plaza, offering a dramatic pond crossing en-route.ReferencesCharlie Alexander | Mike SerraThe Pauls Corporation3855 Lewiston Street, Suite 100Aurora, Colorado 80011303.371.900033 SEM ARCHITECTS
  36. 36. Urban VarietyThe center piece to the overall project is alarge scale urban park that creates a strongsense of place for the visitor and for the dailyuser. SEM ARCHITECTS 34
  37. 37. Tiffany Plaza TIFFANY PLAZA MALL REDEVELOPMENT DENVER, COLORADO Urban Revitalization Tiffany Plaza was an outdated existing center that was revitalized by bringing in a 58,000 sq. ft. Whole Foods, a new retail building of 12,000 sq. ft., and a face lift for the remaining 80,000 sq. ft. of retail space. SEM Architects was the Design Architect and the Architect of Record for the project. Throughout the development SEM was responsible for all of the architectural design, construction documentation, tenant coordination, and the contact administration. The design for the project was centered around the addition of Whole Foods to the shopping center. The corner entry feature at Whole Foods is capped off with a complex curving copper canopy supported by an open truss. The adjacent buildings were simplified by changing the fenestration patterns, and creating new parapets that provide for updated signage. The retail pad building is tied into the remainder of the center with the same aesthetics to provide a cohesive look to the entire center.ReferencesChuck Woods | Darrell GrothChandelle Development600 Grant Street, Suite 620Denver, Colorado 80203303.860.044435 SEM ARCHITECTS
  38. 38. New AnchorThe addition of the new Whole Foods Marketin the old shopping center, helps to bring ahigher quality in not only design, but tenantmix as well. SEM ARCHITECTS 36
  39. 39. Bruce Mclennan AIA Principal in Charge With over 20-years at SEM, Bruce has provided leadership in the architectural and business components of the practice. His combined experience in firm management and commercial architecture brings a strong balance of business aspects, technical applications and design aesthetics to projects. His Studio’s projects include developments of all types, uses and scales, including retail, corporate office, interiors and automotive. Bruce leads an effective, experienced team that delivers quality projects, and all share the same commitment to client service and attention to detail. Education Bachelor of Architecture University of Arizona Industry affiliations International Council of Shopping Centers Certified Development, Design & Construction National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Construction Specifications Institute Certified Construction Specifier LICENSE Colorado: B-2053 PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE Murata Outland Associates: 1984 - 1989 Cronenwett Associates: 1983 - 1984 KTM Associates: 1981 - 198337 SEM ARCHITECTS
  40. 40. Bruce McLennan Bruce’s career includes a diverse cross section of commercial projects including; retail development and redevelopment, office and value office, corporate headquarters, automotive dealerships and service facilities, financial institutions, restaurants, entertainment uses, warehousing, medical, and corporate interiors. He has performed projects for commercial developers, end users, retail tenants, brokers, contractors, program managers, and municipalities, and is active in a consistent network of referral based clients.Stevinson Lexus of Frederick Westerra Operations Center The Streets at SouthGlennMixed Use Retail Office Gates Redevelopment Arapahoe Crossing IHS Corporate Headquarters Denver, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Lowry Vista Gart Sports National Program Parkridge 9 & 10 Denver, Colorado Various Locations Lone Tree, Colorado The Streets at SouthGlenn King Soopers Sevo Miller Headquarters Centennial, Colorado Various Locations Denver, Colorado Twenty Ninth Street Mall North Creek Shops The Quad at Lowry Campus Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, ColoradoRestaurant Paradise Pen Company Westerra Corporate Headquarters Various Locations Denver, Colorado Brueggers Bagel Bakery Various Locations Automotive Westerra Operations Center Denver, Colorado Jason’s Deli Stevinson Toyota West Various Locations Lakewood, Colorado Westmoor Technology Park Westminster, Colorado Ling and Louie’s Restaurant Stevinson Lexus of Frederick Denver, Colorado Frederick, Colorado Financial Mad Greens Stevinson Imports Bank One Various Locations Littleton, Colorado Boulder, ColoradoMedical Stapp Interstate Toyota-Scion Red Rocks Credit Union Frederick, Colorado Highlands Ranch, Colorado Denver Arthritis Clinic Denver, Colorado Medved Safeway Credit Union Wheat Ridge, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Dry Creek Chiropractic Denver, Colorado Medved Brutyn Westerra Credit Union Castle Rock, Colorado Various Locations Hand Specialty Lakewood, Colorado Medved Hummer Castle Rock, Colorado* Project completed prior to joining SEM SEM ARCHITECTS 38
  41. 41. Todd Decker AIA Principal in Charge As Principal and Studio Leader, Todd is responsible for assuring that the best resources, practices and experience are available to enhance a client’s opportunities. Since 1991, Todd has been progressively building a knowledge of commercial design founded on solid business practices and understanding of the Client’s perspective. His studio’s projects range from large, campus, and mixed-use development to small single user facilities and neighborhood retail environments across the Western United States. Each project receives careful attention to the program, opportunities and budget resulting in long-term client relationships. Education Bachelor of Architecture University of Detroit Industry affiliations National Association of Industrial and Office Properties National Council of Architectural Registration Boards International Council of Shopping Centers Urban Land Institute License Colorado: C-4922 Arizona: 45897 Nevada: 6080 Wyoming: C-2350 Previous experience Wendler/Pizzo, Architects: 1988 - 1991 Russell Gibson VonDohlen: 1987 - 198839 SEM ARCHITECTS
  42. 42. Todd Decker Todd is an qualified, licensed architect with over 20-years of experience. He is skilled at project delivery and program implementation, starting at project kick-off and continuing through close-out. Todd’s career includes project types in; aviation, banking, distribution and warehousing, light manufacturing, medical, municipal, professional office, parking structures, restaurants, retail, theater and performing arts, and technology. Project experiences include; full services from land planning through design and construction phase services, design of core-and-shell through interiors, and includes project budgets from $50,000 to $75,000,000.Peakview Office Building Twenty Ninth Street Mall Exempla Lutheran SouthwestOffice Mixed-Use Medical Brannan Sand & Gravel 40th and Pena Boulevard Arbor Dental Group Adams County, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Lone Tree, Colorado Cherry Hills Village Center Park Meadows Station Exempla Lutheran Southwest Cherry Hills, Colorado Douglas County, Colorado Jefferson County, Colorado Coal Creek Business Park Twenty Mile Town Center Veterans Affairs - Poly Trauma Loiusville, Colorado Parker, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Colorado Farm Bureau Twenty Ninth Street Mall Veterans Affairs. - Prosthetics Englewood, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Montecito Office Building Retail Yale New Haven Hospital* Las Vegas, Nevada New Haven, Connecticut 1000 S. Colorado Panorama Corporate Center Glendale, Colorado Industrial Centennial, Colorado Bowles Village Center Aurora Commerce Center Peakview Office Park Jefferson County, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Greenwood Village, Colorado Bristol Village CPS Distributors Ridgegate Point Office Building Aurora, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Lone Tree, Colorado Chanson Plaza Goodyear Point Business Center Riverview Point Office Building Jefferson County, Colorado Goodyear, Arizona Mesa, Arizona Flatirons Village Riverside Business Center TMA Benefits Services Building Broomfield, Colorado Phoenix, Arizona Aurora, Colorado Mainstreet at Flatirons Stapleton Business Center Washington Point Business Center Broomfield, Colorado Denver, Colorado Phoenix, Arizona Northglenn Marketplace Waste ConnectionsRestaurant Northglenn, Colorado Adams County, Colorado Katie Mullen’s Irish Restaurant Parker Hilltop Washington Airport Center Denver, Colorado Parker, Colorado Goodyear, Arizona Original Pancake House The Outlets at Silverthorne Multiple Locations Silverthorne, Colorado* Project completed prior to joining SEM SEM ARCHITECTS 40
  43. 43. Terry Rucker AIA Principal in Charge Terry joined SEM Architects in 1996. His technical expertise and experience with client and staff relationships maintains a strong consistency in our office productivity. Terry’s dedication to serving our clients has resulted in multiple clients having been with SEM for over 20 years. Terry has extensive experience in project and resource management, focusing on commercial development, retail development and build-to-suit applications. His studio’s expertise in these project types brings a strong balance to the integration of tenants, and end users. Terry’s strengths are dealing with a specific tenant prototype requirements and client/landlord expectations. Education Bachelor of Architecture Texas Tech University Industry affiliations National Council of Architectural Registration Boards International Council of Shopping Centers Council of Educational Facility Planners International License Colorado: 305272 Texas: 20048 Minnesota: 45559 Nevada: 6000 Previous experience Eldon W. Smith AIA: 1986 - 1996 Ritter & Associates: 1985 - 1986 Richard O. Haness Architects: 1984 - 198541 SEM ARCHITECTS
  44. 44. Terry Rucker Terry’s diverse experience includes municipal projects such as police and fire stations, to detention facilities and national guard armories; educational projects including school administrative facilities, new elementary schools and multiple renovations and remodels; office buildings and office complexes; large retail developments to individual tenant improvements and build-to-suit projects; mixed-use developments which include a mix of residential and retail users; medical office buildings, restaurants and financial institutions.Westmoor Building 10 CornerStar Tiffany PlazaMixed-Use Restaurant Municipal Silverthorne Town Center Gelazzi Fire Sub Station #1* Silverthorne, Colorado Houston, Texas Clovis, New Mexico Crystal River Marketplace Pan Asia Bistro Fire Sub Station #2* Carbondale, Colorado Douglas County, Colorado Clovis, New MexicoOffice Retail National Guard Armory* Clovis, New Mexico Dove Valley Business Park Arvada Ridge Centennial, Colorado Arvada, Colorado Clovis Police Headquarters* Clovis, New Mexico Eldon W. Smith Architects Office* Biondi Jewelers Clovis, New Mexico Aurora, Colorado Clovis Public Library* Clovis, New Mexico The Shane Company Corporate Office CornerStar Aurora, Colorado Curry County Detention Center* Greenwood Village, Colorado Clovis, New Mexico The Quad at Lowry 1-3 Harmony Marketplace Ft. Collins, Colorado Mesa Elementary School* Denver, Colorado Clovis, New Mexico Westmoor Technology Park Bldg 1 & 2 Lakeside Mall Redevelopment Lakeside, Colorado New Mexico - American Water Co.* Westminster, Colorado Clovis, New Mexico Westmoor Technology Park Bldg 3 & 4 Lakeside Retail Building Lakeside, Colorado Valencia Elementary School* Westminster, Colorado Fortales, New Mexico Westmoor Technology Park Bldg 5 & 6 Sheridan Crossing Shopping Center Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Financial Westmoor Technology Park Bldg 7 The Shane Company Bellco Credit Union Westminster, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations Westmoor Technology Park Bldg 8 & 9 Tiffany Plaza Medical Westminster, Colorado Denver, Colorado 20 Mile Orthodontics Westmoor Technology Park Bldg 10 Town Center North Parker, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Highlands Ranch, Colorado Urgent Care Trice Jewelers Clovis, New Mexico Aurora, Colorado* Project completed prior to joining SEM SEM ARCHITECTS 42
  45. 45. Kristoffer Kenton LEED® AP BD+C Associate - Director of Design Kristoffer has been leading SEM’s design efforts since 2001, and brings a wide variety of past project exposure. Through this experience he brings a high level of attention, enthusiasm, and expertise to our projects. As the Director of Design, Kristoffer oversees the firms design activities, from master planning and building design to project construction. His experience, design talent, and knowledge establishes SEM as a leader in commercial development. Kristoffer is highly regarded for his ability to work with clients and teams to move past challenges to provide the highest quality design solution that is differentiated from its competitors with a unique solution. Education Bachelor of Architecture Kansas State University Industry affiliations United States Green Building Council International Council of Shopping Centers National Association of Industrial and Office Properties Awards 1999 International Design Competition Vienna International Airport Previous experience Kristoffer Kenton Design: 2001 Fentress Bradburn Architects: 1998 - 200143 SEM ARCHITECTS
  46. 46. Kristoffer Kenton Kristoffer is a senior designer with over 12 years of experience with an expansive range of project types both internationally and domestically. Kristoffer’s ability to intuitively absorb the needs and challenges of a project while conceptually visualizing the end-result create the foundation needed to move a project forward. Kristoffer’s career includes project types in; aviation, civic, professional office, campus planning, master planning, mixed-use, retail, parking structures, automotive, and industrial projects with budgets of $50,000 to $350,000,000. This broad base of experience brings a well balanced diversity of design solutions to our practice.Arapahoe Lima Center The Streets at SouthGlenn 1655 LafayetteMixed-Use Civic Office 40th and Pena Boulevard Colorado Convention Center* Al-Safeer Tower* Aurora, Colorado Denver, Colorado Dubai, United Arab Emirates Crystal River Marketplace Colorado Freedom Memorial* Brannan Sand & Gravel Carbondale, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Adams County, Colorado Gates Redevelopment Larimer County Courthouse* Kuwait Finance House Tower* Denver, Colorado Ft. Collins, Colorado Kuwait City, Kuwait Lowry Vista Sacramento City Admin. Bldg.* Montecito Office Building Denver, Colorado Sacramento, California Las Vegas, Nevada Park Meadows Station United States Embassy* Riverview Point Office Building Douglas County, Colorado Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Mesa, Arizona Silverthorne Town Center Retail Sevo Miller Office Building Silverthorne, Colorado Denver, Colorado 1000 S. Colorado The Streets at SouthGlenn Glendale, Colorado The Streets at Southglenn - Block 3N Centennial, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Arapahoe Lima Center Twenty Mile Town Center Arapahoe County, Colorado Washington Point Business Center Parker, Colorado Phoenix, Arizona CornerStarMedical Aurora, Colorado Av i at i o n 1655 Lafayette Flatirons Village Doha International Airport* Denver, Colorado Broomfield, Colorado Doha, Qatar 20 Mile Orthodontics Shops at Crown Point Madrid International Airport* Parker, Colorado Parker, Colorado Madrid, Spain Exempla Lutheran Southwest Southlands Tenerife Sur Airport* Jefferson County, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Tenerife, SpainRestaurant Tiffany Plaza Vienna International Airport* Denver, Colorado Vienna, Austria Pan Asia Bistro Douglas County, Colorado Town Center North Highlands Ranch, Colorado* Project completed prior to joining SEM SEM ARCHITECTS 44
  47. 47. Retail Environments SEM Architects roots are in the retail sector. We have been creating successful retail environments for more than 30 years, and have done more than 16,000,000 square feet of space. Retail environments express themselves in a variety of product types ranging from new town centers with a mix of uses to traditional malls, power centers, neighborhood center, and retail strip centers. These environments continue to change and evolve, and SEM Architects is on the forefront of the retail development sector, developing new concepts while continually finding ways to reinvent existing ones. Arvada Ridge CornerStar Silverthorne Factory Outlets Mixed Use Urban Infill Malls 40th and Pena Boulevard 1000 South Colorado Bear Valley Mall Aurora, Colorado Glendale, Colorado Denver, Colorado Cherry Hills Village Center 2000 South University Bowles Crossing Cherry Hills, Colorado Denver, Colorado Littleton, Colorado Crown Point 239 Detroit Cherry Creek Shopping Center Parker, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Crystal River Marketplace 700 Kalamath Durango Mall Carbondale, Colorado Denver, Colorado Durango, Colorado Gates Redevelopment 801 Broadway Flatiron Crossing Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Broomfield, Colorado Hampden Town Center Denver Design District Glenwood Springs Mall Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Glenwood Springs, Colorado Lowry Vista North Creek Shops Lakeside Mall Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Lakeside, Colorado Mainstreet & Pine Retail Southglenn Mall Parker, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Silverthorne Town Center Tamarac Square Mall Silverthorne, Colorado Denver, Colorado The Streets at SouthGlenn Centennial, Colorado Twenty Mile Town Center Parker, Colorado Twenty Ninth Street Mall Boulder, Colorado45 SEM ARCHITECTS
  48. 48. Retail EnvironmentsPower Center Neighborhood Retail StripArvada Marketplace Arapahoe Crossing Alameda Chambers Connection Arvada, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoArvada Ridge Arapahoe Marketplace Arapahoe Lima Center Arvada, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Arapahoe County, ColoradoBear Valley Shopping Center Boulevard Center Broomfield Retail Building Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Broomfield, ColoradoBellview Shores Bowles Village Center Buffalo Run Village Retail Westminster, Colorado Littleton, Colorado Commerce City, ColoradoBowles Crossing Chanson Plaza Bristol Village Littleton, Colorado Littleton, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoCornerStar Cherry Hills Marketplace Criterion Shopping Center Aurora, Colorado Greenwood Village, Colorado Denver, ColoradoFlatacres Marketplace City Center Marketplace County Line Retail Parker, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Centennial, ColoradoInterplaza West East Quincy Highlands Hoffman Heights Golden, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoLakeside Mall Harmony Marketplace Lakeside Retail Lakeside, Colorado Ft. Collins, Colorado Lakeside, ColoradoLincoln Meadows Leetsdale Marketplace Mainstreet and Jordan Parker, Colorado Denver, Colorado Parker, ColoradoMainstreet at Flatiron Parker Hilltop Parker Crossing Broomfield, Colorado Parker, Colorado Parker, ColoradoNorthglenn Marketplace Parker Marketplace Parker and Hess Northglenn, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Parker, ColoradoParker Marketplace Pavillion Shopping Center Plaza Colorado Aurora, Colorado Ft. Collins, Colorado Greenwood Village, ColoradoRocky Mountain Marketplace Plaza at Aurora Mall Quail Creek Loveland, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Westminster, ColoradoSilverthorne Factory Outlets Plaza Fiesta - Brentwood Center Quincy Marketplace Silverthorne, Colorado Denver, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoTown Center North Quincy Marketplace Shops at Crown Point Highlands Ranch, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Parker, ColoradoWestfield Shopping Center Seven Hills Shopping Center Southlands High Visibility Retail Westminster, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Sheridan Crossings The Village Westminster, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Southgate Shopping Center Villa Monaco Centennial, Colorado Denver, Colorado Tiffany Plaza Denver, Colorado Village on the Park Aurora, Colorado Westbrook Shopping Center Westminster, Colorado Yale and Monaco Marketplace Denver, Colorado SEM ARCHITECTS 46
  49. 49. Office Environments SEM Architects has an extensive portfolio of office projects totaling more than 11,000,000 square feet. Our office environments are one of the more critical types of spaces that we design as people spend more than 90% of their time indoors and a large portion of their day in these spaces. Our office buildings range from large office park projects incorporating multiple buildings and parking structures to small individual build to suits for single users. We utilize our experience to create office environments that are not only pleasing to the end user, but ones that maximize the financial benefits for our clients. Panorama Corporate Center Westmoor Technology Park Sevo Miller Headquarters Of f ic e Pa r k s Build to Suit B u i l d t o S u i t ( c o n t. ) Church Ranch Office Park Allstate Claims Center Macrologic Headquarters Westminster, Colorado Northglenn, Colorado Arapahoe County, Colorado Coal Creek Corporate Center Autotrek Corporate Office Minolta Office Systems Louisville, Colorado Littleton, Colorado Arvada, Colorado Dove Valley Business Park Brannan Sand and Gavel National Business Media Centennial, Colorado Adams County, Colorado Broomfield, Colorado I-225 Business Park Cahners Publishing Co. Sevo Miller Headquarters Aurora, Colorado Douglas County, Colorado Denver, Colorado Information Handling Services Colorado Farm Bureau The Shane Company Corporate Office Douglas County, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Greenwood Village, Colorado Panorama Corporate Center CPS Distributors Headquarters TMA Benefits Services Centennial, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Peakview Office Plaza Fidelity Investments United Health Care Greenwood Village, Colorado Lone Tree, Colorado Denver, Colorado Riverview Point Business Park Gannett Outdoors Westerra Credit Union Mesa, Arizona Arvada, Colorado Denver, Colorado The Quad at Lowry Campus IBIS Computer Facility Westerra Corporate Headquarters Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Waterpark at Briarwood IHS Corporate Headquarters 1 Youth for Christ Arapahoe County, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Greenwood Village, Colorado Westmoor Technology Park IHS Corporate Headquarters 2 Westminster, Colorado Englewood, Colorado IHS Corporate Headquarters 3 Englewood, Colorado47 SEM ARCHITECTS
  50. 50. Office EnvironmentsMedical Office S p e c u l at i v e S p e c u l a t i v e ( c o n t. )20 Mile Orthodontics 76 Inverness Drive The Streets at Southglenn - Block 3N Parker, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Centennial, ColoradoArbor Dental Building Centertech Place The Quad Building 1 Lone Tree, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Denver, ColoradoDr. Fedorowicz Church Ranch Corporate Center The Quad Building 2 Denver, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Denver, ColoradoDr. Linkow Coal Creek Corporate Center 1 The Quad Building 3 Denver, Colorado Louisville, Colorado Denver, ColoradoDr. Shebowick Coal Creek Corporate Center 2 Washington Point Business Center Aurora, Colorado Louisville, Colorado Phoenix, ArizonaDr. Troeger Coal Creek Corporate Center Sig. Waterpark at Briarwood 1 Denver, Colorado Louisville, Colorado Arapahoe County, ColoradoExempla Lutheran Southwest Exempla Lutheran Southwest Waterpark at Briarwood 2 Jefferson County, Colorado Jefferson County, Colorado Arapahoe County, ColoradoLake Pleasant Medical Office I-225 Business Park 1 Waterpark at Briarwood 3 Lake Pleasant, Arizona Aurora, Colorado Arapahoe County, ColoradoMeadows Medical I-225 Business Park 2 Waterpark at Briarwood 4 Lone Tree, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Arapahoe County, ColoradoParker Urgent Care I-225 Business Park 4 Westerra Operations Center Parker, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Denver, ColoradoPremier Medical Meadows Corporate Center 4 Westmoor Buildings 1 & 2 Denver, Colorado Lone Tree, Colorado Westminster, ColoradoPridemark Paramedic Headquarters Meadows Corporate Center 5 Westmoor Buildings 3 & 4 Lakewood, Colorado Lone Tree, Colorado Westminster, ColoradoVeterans Affairs - Poly Trauma Montecito Office Building Westmoor Buildings 5 & 6 Aurora, Colorado Las Vegas, Nevada Westminster, ColoradoVeterans Affairs. - Prosthetics Panorama Corporate Center 1 Westmoor Building 7 Aurora, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Westminster, ColoradoAdaptive Reuse Panorama Corporate Center 2 Westmoor Buildings 8 & 9 Centennial, Colorado Westminster, Colorado700 Kalamath Denver, Colorado Panorama Corporate Center 3 Westmoor Building 10 Centennial, Colorado Westminster, ColoradoAssociation of Operating Room Nurses Denver, Colorado Panorama Corporate Center 4 Centennial, ColoradoCampus at Cherry Creek Denver, Colorado Panorama Corporate Center 5 Centennial, ColoradoIntelcom Group (ICG) Englewood, Colorado Panorama Corporate Center 8 Centennial, ColoradoJeffco Action Center Lakewood, Colorado Panorama Corporate Center 10 Centennial, ColoradoMCI Call Center Highlands Ranch, Colorado Peakview Office Plaza 1 Greenwood Village, ColoradoMedical Group Management Assoc. Englewood, Colorado Riverview Point Business Park 1 Mesa, ArizonaSports Authority Headquarters Englewood, Colorado Riverview Point Business Park 6 Mesa, Arizona SEM ARCHITECTS 48
  51. 51. Retail Users / Tenant Coordination SEM Architects has and continues to work with the nations top retailers in all of our retail projects. We are unmatched in our experience for coordinating tenants demands into our overall project concepts. Whether it is doing a build to suit for a tenant, designing the tenant interiors, coordinating the landlords work, or working to modify the users prototype to fit into the project, we pride ourselves on our ability to balance out each users individual needs so that the overall project is successful. Jason’s Deli Sports Authority Arvada Ridge Financial Restaurant Retail Bank One Brueggers Bagel Bakery 24 Hour Fitness Boulder, Colorado Various Locations Aurora, Colorado Capital Federal Bank Chili’s ACE Hardware Parker, Colorado Various Locations Aurora, Colorado DPS Credit Union Gelazzi Advance Auto Parts Denver, Colorado Various Locations Aurora, Colorado Fidelity Investments Jason’s Deli Arizona Baggage Lonetree, Colorado Various Locations Phoenix, Arizona First Bank of Grand Junction Katie Mullen’s Irish Pub Avanza! Grand Junction, Colorado Denver, Colorado Various Locations Greeley National Bank La Salsa Barnes and Noble Greeley, Colorado Lonetree, Colorado Various Locations Public Service Credit Union Ling and Louie’s Restaurant Babies “R” Us Various Locations Denver, Colorado Various Locations Red Rocks Credit Union Lonestar Steak House Bed Bath and Beyond Highlands Ranch, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations Safeway Credit Union Mad Greens Best Buy Centennial, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations TCF Banks Original Pancake House Big 5 Sports Various Locations Various Locations Aurora, Colorado US Banks Pan Asia Bistro Billy Martins Boulder, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Denver, Colorado Westerra Credit Union Pinkberry Biondi Jewelers Various Locations Denver, Colorado Parker, Colorado Red Robin Blazers Street Market Various Locations Aurora, Colorado49 SEM ARCHITECTS
  52. 52. Retail Users / Tenant CoordinationR e t a i l ( c o n t. ) R e t a i l ( c o n t. ) Tenants Blockbuster Video Office Depot City Market Various Locations Aurora, Colorado Carbondale, Colorado Blue River Mattress Pace Membership Warehouse Dick’s Sporting Goods Silverthrone, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations Buy Buy Baby Paradise Pens DSW Littleton, Colorado Various Locations Aurora, Colorado Burlington Coat Factory Party America Fire Bowl Cafe Littleton, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Arapahoe County, Colorado Celestial Seasonings Pearle Vision First Bank Denver, Colorado Lone Tree, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Christy Sports Pep Boys Auto Parts Garbonzo Littleton, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Color Pro Printing REI Hollywood Theaters Ft. Collins, Colorado Various Locations Centennial, Colorado Colorado Baggage Rite Aid Pharmacy Home Depot Boulder, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations Dixon Paper Ross Home Goods Arvada, Colorado Various Locations Aurora, Colorado Edge Fitness Sears Kohl’s Centennial, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Various Locations Famous Footwear Shane Company Lowes Parker, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations Furniture Row Sports Authority Mervyn’s Various Locations Various Locations Littleton, Colorado Golfsmith Sports Authority - Town Center North Red Robin Golden, Colorado Highlands Ranch, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Hobby Lobby Staples Spicy Pickle Longmont, Colorado Various Locations Arapahoe County, Colorado Justice TJ Maxx Sunflower Market Various Locations Greenwood Village, Colorado Aurora, Colorado King Soopers Trice Jewelers Target Various Locations Denver, Colorado Various Locations Larry’s Shoes Petco Tokyo Joes Denver, Colorado Various Locations Various Locations Macy’s Petsmart Verizon Various Locations Westminster, Colorado Various Locations Macy’s Home Store Trice Jewelers Wal-Mart Centennial, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Various Locations Marshall’s Village Tavern Wells Fargo Northglenn, Colorado Broomfield, Colorado Various Locations Media Play Vitamin Cottage Littleton, Colorado Various Locations Mello Mushroom Whole Foods Centennial, Colorado Various Locations Music Go Round Wild Oats Littleton, Colorado Boulder, Colorado SEM ARCHITECTS 50
  53. 53. Industrial Facilities / Tenant Coordination SEM Architects has extensive experience in both large and small scale projects for the Distribution, Warehousing and Light Industrial markets. As unique commercial developments these project types challenge the Design Team to develop solutions into creative, memorable buildings that respond to strict programmatic and economic factors. User criteria is constantly evolving with technology, delivery systems and productivity advancements. Our projects have been proven to remain flexible and usable, ultimately providing decades of highly efficient facilities for vital businesses. Stapleton Business Center CPS Distributors Riverside Business Center I nd u s t r i a l Pa r k s Build to Suit B u i l d t o S u i t ( c o n t. ) Aurora Commerce Center Baxa Medical Minolta Office Systems Aurora, Colorado Arapahoe County, Colorado Arvada, Colorado Briarwood and Revere Phase Baxter Medical Distribution Monier Lifetile Arapahoe County, Colorado Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Adams County, Colorado Colorado Tech Center Brothers Coffee Mygrant Glass Company Louisville, Colorado Denver, Colorado Adams County, Colorado Dove Valley Business Park Burlington Air Express Office Depot Distribution Arapahoe County, Colorado Lakewood, Colorado Denver, Colorado Goodyear Point Cahners Publishing Oneida Cold Storage Goodyear, Arizona Highlands Ranch, Colorado Denver, Colorado Interstate Distribution Center CPS Distributors Samsonite Denver, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Denver, Colorado Lincoln Warehouse Federal Express Air Cargo Snap On Tools Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Arvada, Colorado Stapleton Business Center Gannett Outdoor Sunstate Equipment Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Arapahoe County, Colorado Prologis Business Park Great Western Park Lift Station Target Distribution Center Aurora, Colorado Jefferson County, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado IBIS Computer Facility Thoutt Brothers Boulder, Colorado Adams County, Colorado Information Handling Services Waste Connections Service Facility Douglas County, Colorado Adams County, Colorado Klode’s Auto Wholesale Center Weberg Furniture Distribution Douglas County, Colorado Denver, Colorado Magnum Materials Aurora, Colorado51 SEM ARCHITECTS
  54. 54. Industrial Facilities / Tenant CoordinationAirport M u lt i - Te n a n t M u l t i - T e n a n t ( c o n t. )DIA Air Cargo Complex 35th & Frasier Warehouse North Pecos Distribution Denver, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Adams County, ColoradoDIA Rental Car Facility 72 / 74 Inverness Prologis Business Park 1 Denver, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoLake County Airport SRE Aurora Commerce Center Building C Prologis Business Park 3 Leadville, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Boulder Trade Center Revere Business ParkTenants Boulder, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoACI Electronics Briarwood and Revere Phase 1 Riverside Business Center Denver, Colorado Arapahoe County, Colorado Phoenix, ArizonaAmerican Tire Distributors Briarwood and Revere Phase 2 Stapleton Business Center A1 Las Vegas, Nevada Arapahoe County, Colorado Denver, ColoradoAt Last Distributors Briarwood and Revere Phase 3 Stapleton Business Center A2 Aurora, Colorado Arapahoe County, Colorado Denver, ColoradoAuto-trol Technology Cherry Creek Business Center Washington Airport Center Denver, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Phoenix, ArizonaBeverage Distributors Cheyenne Business Center Aurora, Colorado Clark County, NevadaBig O Tires Distribution Center Colorado Tech Center Building A Denver, Colorado Louisville, ColoradoDIA Materials Storage Colorado Tech Center Building B Denver, Colorado Louisville, ColoradoFresh Point Foods Colorado Tech Center Building C Denver, Colorado Louisville, ColoradoFurniture Row Colorado Trade Center Denver, Colorado Denver, ColoradoGATX Denver Business Center Denver, Colorado Denver, ColoradoHi Tech Electrical Gateway Industrial 4 & 6 Arapahoe County, Colorado Aurora, ColoradoInternational Truck & Engine Goodyear Point Building A Las Vegas, Nevada Goodyear, ArizonaKVA Supply Gunbarrel Office & Warehouse Denver, Colorado Boulder, ColoradoKWAL Paints Distribution Center Hilltop Mesa Aurora, Colorado Lakewood, ColoradoLockheed Martin Interstate Distribution Center 1 Jefferson County, Colorado Denver, ColoradoOwens/Minor Interstate Distribution Center 2 Denver, Colorado Denver, ColoradoPicolight Lincoln Warehouse 1 Louisville, Colorado Denver, Colorado Lincoln Warehouse 2 Denver, Colorado SEM ARCHITECTS 52