The Beck Group Joins Downtown Denver Partnership
- May 11, 2021
The Beck Group, the integrated design-build firm, is proud to announce that it has joined the Downtown Denver Partnership, the non-profit business organization focused on building an economically powerful center city.
“The Downtown Denver Partnership and The Beck Group share a common vision around collaboration, innovation, and driving change to improve downtown. Joining the organization allows us to achieve the same vision and to do it with other esteemed members of the central business district community,” said Doug Spuler, Managing Principal of Beck’s Denver office.
Beck is one of many organizations that are part of The Downtown Denver Partnership, which has become the leading voice for downtown’s private sector downtown. With various initiatives focused on the 16th Street corridor, the homeless coalition, park improvements, and future development plans, the Partnership keeps its finger on the pulse of downtown Denver and its surrounding communities.
Spuler serves on the Partnership’s New Development Council, which focuses on identifying new development opportunities, increasing the housing supply, and engaging with new connections throughout the community. He looks forward to representing Beck and supporting the council in all its efforts.
Beck has called the Mile High City home for more than 30 years. It is a leading provider of design and construction services, and its projects continue to redefine Denver’s skyline. Its notable projects include 1401 Lawrence, the 15th and Stout Dual Brand Hotel, Eviva Cherokee, and Catalyst HTI. The team is leading the design-build effort called One Platte and enhancing higher education offerings at CU Boulder and Regis University.
The firm most recently won two regional Design-Build Institute of America awards. The DBIA Rocky Mountain Region awarded Beck with the Best Overall Project and Commercial categories for its work on the 22-story hotel owned by Stonebridge Companies. The 266,000 SF hotel is in the heart of the city’s downtown, about a block from the Colorado Convention Center.