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Hilltop Proposal Draft 2

Hilltop Proposal Draft 2

RCEMQ/GUCEST FOR PROPOSALS

HILLTOP SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY
FOCUS PROPERTY GROUP / ASCENT LIVING COMMUNITIES

DEADLINE:
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 2018
4:00PM
CONTACT:
Brian Weinmaster, President & CEO
303.813.0035 x715
307.214.3612 (cell)
[email protected]

12789 Emerson St, Thornton, CO 80241 | (303)813-0035 | www.allianceconstruction.com

COVER LETTER

WE HAVE RECEIVED ADDENDUMS 1 & 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1 Firm Overview

Section 2 Project Team
• Proposed Consultants

Section 3 Project Approach
• Deferred Submittals & Permitting
• Post Tension Concrete
• CPM Schedule
• Site Logistics Plan

Section 4 Similar Local Project Experience “I would recommend Alliance
Construction Solutions, LLC. to
Section 5 AIA305 & Workload / Capacity any potential client. I look for-
ward to working with Alliance
Section 6 General Conditions, Fees, & Financial Information Construction Solutions, LLC.
again in the future.”
Section 7 Differential Statement
Ken Morris
Project Manager, Arapahoe County

Section 8 References & Awards

12789 Emerson St, Thornton, CO 80241 | (303)813-0035 | www.allianceconstruction.com

S e c t i o n 1 | Firm Overview Alliance has been providing construction services for 36 years. Our
firm has consistently been profitable, with an average equity of
FIRM $3,000,000, and a revolving line of credit of $3,000,000.
INFORMATION ANNUAL COLORADO VOLUME- LAST 5 YEARS:

NAME OF COMPANY: • 2017 - $66,000,000
Alliance Construction Solutions, • 2016 - $31,030,000
• 2015 - $56,440,000
LLC • 2014 - $17,255,000
• 2013 - $51,582,000
CONTACT: • 2012 - $35,174,000
Brian Weinmaster
President & CEO BONDING INFORMATION:
Maximum bonding capacity = $60 Million
(303) 813-0035 ext. 715 Single project range = $40 Million
(307) 214-3612 cell Please refer to the Section 6 (Attachments) for our bonding letter.
(303) 228-7434 fax
[email protected] INSURANCE INFORMATION:
Please refer to the Section 6 (Attachments) for our sample insur-
allianceconstruction.com ance certificate.
Flood & Peterson - Insurance Broker
LOCAL OFFICE: 5445 DTC Pkwy #100, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
12789 Emerson St PO Box 578 Greeley, CO 80632
Thornton, CO 80241 Jason McMillan - Insurance Agent
720.977.6011
YEARS OF OPERATION: Argo Surety - Surety
36 175 E Huston St. Suite 1300, San Antonio, TX 78205
David Layman - VP, Chief Underwriting Officer
SIZE OF STAFF: 210.321.8446
Alliance has a full time staff of
INSURERS AFFORDING COVERAGE:
42 professionals in our Thornton Liberty Mutual - General & Automobile Liability
office. 1675 Larimer St Ste 103, Denver, CO 80202
Pinnacol Assurance - Workers Comp. & Employer’s Liability
36 7501 E Lowry Blvd, Denver, CO 80230

YEARS IN BUSINESS COVERAGE DENIED/TERMINATED:
Our firm has never been denied coverage or had coverage termi-
42 nated or canceled by any insurer in the past five years.

DEDICATED EMPLOYEES BANKRUPTCY/LITIGATION/ARBITRATION:
Our firm has never been involved in, or filed a claim in any bank-
.79 EMR ruptcy, litigation, or arbitration meetings.

2017 SAFETY RATING

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team Alliance has completed numerous senior living and
apartment projects, as well as projects with recreational
KEY elements. Just last fall, we finished Hidden Lake Homes, a
PERSONNEL senior living complex in Westminster, CO. For this project, we
have assembled a highly skilled team with a proven ability
to work together successfully. This is demonstrated by their
ongoing hotel project in downtown Denver: Hilton Garden
Inn Denver Union Station.

Our proposed project team consists of the following:

• Brian Weinmaster - President & CEO / PIC
• Casey Paulson - Vice President / Chief Estimator
• Marquez Perez - Estimator
• Travis Jury - Senior Project Manager
• Todd Konigsfeld - Superintendent
• Doug York - General Superintendent
• Sherri Keefer - Project Coordinator
• Joshua Davis - PSreonjeiocrtPErnogjeincet eErng ineenrext Organizational Chart
• Scott Freitag - page

• Jose Borunda - Project Engineer

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team

HILLTOP SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

PRE-CONSTRUCTION BRIAN WEINMASTER

CASEY PAULSON PRESIDENT & CEO / PRINCIPAL IN
CHARGE
VICE PRESIDENT / CHIEF ESTIMATOR Home-Based
Home-Based
CONSTRUCTION &
ADMINISTRATION

TRAVIS JURY

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
Site-Based

TRAVIS JURY TODD KONIGSFELD
SUPERINTENDENT
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER Site-Based
Site-Based

MARQUEZ PEREZ JOSHUA DAVIS

ESTIMATOR SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER
Home-Based Site-Based

SHERRI KEEFER SCOTT FREITAG

SR. PROJECT COORDINATOR / CONTRACT PROJECT ENGINEER
ADMINISTRATOR Site-Based
Home-Based
JOSE BORUNDA
DOUG YORK
PROJECT ENGINEER
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Site-Based
Site-Based

PROPOSED CONSULTANTS

Alliance would like to consult SBSA for the envelope of the building. 3
Owner: Edward Fronapfel

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
The Source Hotel
Denver, CO | $24 Million
Marriott Renaissance Hotel at Colorado National Bank
Denver, CO | $29.6 Million

Renaissance at North Colorado Station
Denver, CO | $17 Million

BRIAN WEINMASTER Colewood Apartments
Denver, CO | $12.7 Million
LEED-AP | PRESIDENT/CEO Piranesi Apartments Phase II
Denver, CO | $6 Million
Brian is responsible for the overall success of the project. Brian’s role Belmar Hyatt House
is to guide the team through goal setting, coaching, oversight and Lakewood, CO | $12.7 Million
course correction. His experience in CM/GC, Design/Build, adaptive Woolley’s Classic Suites
reuse and complex projects serve as a cornerstone for the team. Denver, CO | $22 Million

Dual Brand Hotel
Denver, CO | $27 Million

EDUCATION Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center
Denver, CO | $31.3 Million
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Fort Collins High School
Fort Collins, CO | $28.1 Million
• B.S. Professional Aeronautics Edgewater Civic Center
Edgewater, CO | $10.7 Million
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Nederland Community Center
Nederland, CO | $3 Million
24 Bacon Elementary School
Fort Collins, CO | $6.5 Million
CONTINUING EDUCATION Red Rocks Credit Union Corporate Headquarters
Littleton, CO | $7.6 Million
• OSHA 500 Hour Construction Safety & Health training course Arapahoe County Sheriff ’s Substation
Littleton, CO $3.1 Million
AFFILIATIONS

• Association of General Contractors
• Cheyenne Leads
• Board Member, Boy Scouts of America, Longs Peak Council
• Cowboy Joe Club Member
• Volunteer for Laramie County 4-H

Arapahoe County Exhibit Hall
Aurora, CO | $7 Million

Arapahoe County Courthouse Remodel
Littleton, CO | $317,000

Pioneer School for Expeditionary Learning
Fort Collins, CO | $2.8 Million

TEhleommepnstoanryScShchooool Dlsistrict Centennial & Winonna
Loveland, CO | $13 Million

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team PROJECT EXPERIENCE

CASEY PAULSON Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
VICE PRESIDENT / CHIEF ESTIMATOR Hidden Lake Homes
Westminster, CO | $12.8 Million
As Chief Estimator, Casey is involved daily with pre-construction Care Meridian Skilled Nursing Facility
services, feasibility analysis, estimating, design development, Littleton, CO | $4.7 Million
value engineering and life cycle costing on a wide variety of St. Francis Apartments at Cathedral Square
projects. Responsibilities also include computer technology and Denver, CO | $8.4 Million
enhancement. Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center
Denver, CO | $31.3 Million
EDUCATION Source Hotel
Denver, CO | $24 Million
South Dakota State University Woolley’s Classic Suites
Denver, CO | $22 Million
• B.S. Civil Engineering Dual Brand Hotel
Denver, CO | $27 Million
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE BMaanrrkiott Renaissance Hotel at Colorado National
Denver, CO | $31 Million
16 Poudre Valley Westbridge MOB
Fort Collins, CO | $203,208
CONTINUING EDUCATION Edgewater Civic Center
Edgewater, CO | $10.7 Million
• OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety & Health Training Course Renaissance at North Colorado Station
• OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety & Health Training Course Denver, CO | $17 Million
Sol Naciente Farm Worker Housing
Fort Morgan, CO | $8.6 Million
Belmar Hyatt House
Lakewood, CO | $12.7 Million
Arapahoe County Courthouse Remodel
Littleton, CO | $317,000
Arapahoe County Fairgrounds
Aurora, CO | $7 Million
Arapahoe County Sheriff ’s Substation
Littleton, CO | $3.1 Million
Red Rocks Credit Union Corporate Headquarters
Littleton, CO | $7.6 Million
CycleBar
Lone Tree & Littleton, CO | $468,000

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team

MARQUEZ PEREZ PROJECT EXPERIENCE

ESTIMATOR Source Hotel
Denver, CO | $24 Million
As an estimator, Marquez supports the chief estimator with pre- Intel Ocotillo Campus
construction services, feasibility analysis, estimating, design Chandler, AZ | $650 Million
development, value engineering and life cycle costing on a wide Phoeniz International Airport Sky Train
variety of projects. Phoenix, CA | $330 Million
Eagle County Airport Renovation
As a project engineer, Marquez also assists project management Denver, CO | $50 Million
and estimating with the development of conceptual and final Microsoft Data Center
estimates. He will review design documents and specifications for Cheyenne, WY | $85 Million
completeness, initiate constructability analysis, and identification Mule Creek Infill Complex
of long - lead items. Marquez supports all aspects of subcontractor Ione, CA | $360 Million
qualification and scope identification. BYU-I Auditorium
Rexburg, ID | $180 Million
EDUCATION Madison Memorial Hospital
Rexburg, ID | $70 Million
Bringham Young University

• B.S. Construction Management

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

8

CONTINUING EDUCATION

• OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety & Health Training Course
• OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety & Health Training Course
• LEED Green Associate Accredited
• Army National Guard
• Basic Training
• Advanced Individual Training
• AIT
• Training w/ 222nd Transportation Company in the AZARNG
• Traditional OCS
• Engineer Basic Officer Leadership Course
• Platoon Leader for the 1st Detachment of the 649th Engineer
Horizontal Company in the CAARNG
• Platoon Leader for the 1st Platoon of the 133rd Engineer
Horizontal Company in the WYARNG

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team PROJECT EXPERIENCE

TRAVIS JURY Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER Northern Arizona University Aquatics & Tennis Center
Flagstaff, AZ | $40.3 Million
Travis has the overall responsibility for the on-time and on-budget RCeiontVeisrta Park Expansion & Multi-Generational Community
completion of the project. He will lead the team and direct the Tempe, AZ | $16.5 Million
day-to-day administration of the project. Travis will coordinate with Pioneer Community Park
the architectural and ownership team during pre-construction to Peoria, AZ | $18.8 Million
assist with permitting, establishing milestone estimates and overall The Salvation Army Kroc Center
project schedules. He will oversee the seamless transition from pre- Phoenix, AZ | $33.9 Million
construction to construction and ultimate building commissioning. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport C15 & C23
Travis negotiates and administers all subcontracts, purchase orders Phoenix, AZ | $8.3 Million
and buyout functions. Cottonflower Marketplace Retail Center
FOR THIS PROJECT: Travis will ensure effective communication, Goodyear, AZ | $3.8 Million
as well as manage value engineering and design. Please see our Yavapai Regional Medical Center Women’s Health Pavilion
project approach (Section 3) for specifics. Prescott Valley, AZ | $10.5 Million
Union Hills & 24th St WTP Security Improvements
EDUCATION Phoenix, AZ | $10.4 Million
Crossroads Town Center
Northern Arizona University Gilbert, AZ | $16.8 Million

• B.S. Construction Management

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

13

CONTINUING EDUCATION

• OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety & Health Certification

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team PROJECT EXPERIENCE

TODD KONIGSFELD Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
SUPERINTENDENT Front Range Village Retail Center
Fort Collins, CO | $6.5 Million
Todd is responsible for the overall direction of project and Dual Brand Hotel
subcontractor personnel including field operations and Denver, CO | $27 Million
coordination. He helps maintain the quality control program and Marriott Renaissance Hotel at Colorado National Bank
lends support and advice to all field superintendents and foremen. Denver, CO | $29.6 Million
Todd works with the project manager to help coordinate field Colorado School of Mines Resident Hall
personnel and the flow of work for subcontractors, suppliers and Golden, CO | $28 Million
the various tradespeople on site. He is in charge of maintaining and State of WY Combined Laboratories
driving the schedule on a day-to-day basis, including all project Cheyenne, WY | $39.3 Million
schedule functions. Parker MOB
Todd’s responsibilities also include supervision of on-site safety Parker, CO | $19 Million
personnel in the development, implementation and enforcement Denver Justice Center
of site specific programs. He conducts regular inspections of the Denver, CO | $11 Million
project to assure OSHA compliance as well as trains and orients Jeffco Open School
all personnel in hazard recognition and pre-plans for hazard Denver, CO | $6 Million
abatement. Arapahoe County Sheriff ’s Substation
Littleton, CO $3.1 Million
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Arapahoe County Exhibit Hall
Aurora, CO | $7 Million
23 Arapahoe County Courthouse Remodel
Littleton, CO | $317,000
CONTINUING EDUCATION Spring Hill Golf Course Club House Remodel
Aurora CO | $1.1 Million
• OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety & Health Certification Hill House Renovation
• 10 Hour OSHA Certification Boulder, CO | $2.3 Million
• Health Care Construction Certificate - American Society of 550 Acoma Street Denver Health & Hospital Authority
Denver, CO | $2 Million
Healthcare Engineers 530 Acoma Street Denver Health & Hospital Authority
Denver, CO | $21,896
• Welding certification Hampton Inn Remodel Denver Tec Center
• 30 Hour Foreman’s Class Denver, CO | $3.5 Million
• CPR/First Aid certified Wind Energy Research Building
• PTI Certification: Level 1 Unbonded PT - Field Installation Laramie County, WY | $40,000
Good Sam’s
Windsor, CO | $2.6 Million

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

SHERRI KEEFER Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
SENIOR PROJECT COORDINATOR / CONTRACT Hidden Lake Homes
ADMINISTRATOR Westminster, CO | $12.8 Million
Colewood Apartments
It is Sherri’s responsibility to assist project management and field Denver, CO | $12.7 Million
operations by producing and managing all contracts, change orders, Woolley’s Classic Suites
meeting minutes and close-out documents. In addition, the project Denver, CO | $29.6 Million
coordinator is involved in preparation of billings, processing of Dual Brand Hotel
submittals, and assisting the Project Manager, Superintendent and Denver, CO | $27 Million
Project Engineers in project administration. Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center
Denver, CO | $31.3 Million
EDUCATION Harmony Corporate Center
Fort Collins, CO | $12.2 Million
Parks Junior College St. Francis Apartments at Cathedral Square
Denver, CO | $8.4 Million
• Word Processing and Business
Renaissance Uptown Lofts
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Denver, CO | $11.9 Million
Bacon Elementary School - Poudre School District
21 Fort Collins, CO | $6.8 Million
Hilton Garden Inn - Convention Center
CONTINUING EDUCATION Denver, CO | $23.8 Million

• Sage / Timberline Training Hilton Garden Inn
• Certified Payroll Reports Training Cheyenne, WY | $20 Million

Holiday Inn & Holiday Inn Express / Full Service
Denver, CO | $23 Million
Belmar Hyatt House
Lakewood, CO | $12.7 Million
Edgewater Civic Center
Edgewater, CO | $10.7 Million

Nederland Community Center
Nederland, CO | $3 Million

Arapahoe County Fairgrounds
Aurora, CO | $7 Million
Arapahoe County Sheriff ’s Substation
Littleton, CO | $3.1 Million
Arapahoe County Courthouse Remodel
Littleton, CO | $317,000

Red Rocks Credit Union Corporate Headquarters
Littleton, CO | $7.6 Million

Pine Bluffs Main Street Office Building 9
Pine Bluffs, WY | $1.8 Million
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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team PROJECT EXPERIENCE

JOSHUA DAVIS Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER CycleBar
Littleton, CO | $400,000
It is Josh’s responsibility to assist project management and Texas Republic Bank
estimating with the development of conceptual and final Richardson, TX | $225,000
estimates. He will review design documents and specifications for Capital One Bank
completeness, initiate constructability analysis, and identification Plano, TX | $7.5 Million
of long - lead items. Josh assists with all aspects of subcontractor Evergreen Shipping
qualification and scope identification. Dallas, TX | $275,000
FOR THIS PROJECT: Joshua will leverage his experience on Travis Wolff
the Hilton Garden Inn to provide Best of Class on post tension Dallas, TX | $325,000
concrete. Please see our project approach (Section 3) for General Electric
specifics. Los Colinas, TX | $14.56 Million
Ford Credit Center
EDUCATION Irving, TX | $100,000
Town North Bank
Oklahoma Wesleyan University Dallas, TX | $82,000
Quorum Capital Improvements
• B.S. Financial Economics Carrolton, TX | $8 Million
The Centrum Capital Improvements
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Dallas, TX | $16 Million

4

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team PROJECT EXPERIENCE

JOSE BORUNDA Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
PROJECT ENGINEER Cameron LNG Liquefaction Project
Hackberry, LA | $8 Billion
Jose will be instrumental in project layout, subcontractor Vogtle Electric Generating Plant
coordination, project communication and as-built assembly. He will Waynesboro, GA | $100 Million
provide support to both the Project Manager and Superintendent Davis Besse Steam Generator Replacement (SGR)
as well as the subcontractor partners to ensure a smooth and Oak Harbor, OH | $10 Million
coordinated project. V.C. Summer Nuclear Station
FOR THIS PROJECT: Jose will be in charge of the permitting Jenkinsville, SC | $50 Million
process and handle all deferred submittals. Please see our SXL Mariner Project
project approach (Section 3) for specifics. Marcus Hook, PA | $50 Million
AGL Newcastle GAs Storage Facility
EDUCATION New South Whales, AU | $40 Million
SH 121/SH 183 Airport Freeway
Texas Tech University Fort Worth, TX | $10 Million

• B.S. Civil Engineering & Architecture

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

5

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S e c t i o n 2 | Project Team PROJECT EXPERIENCE

SCOTT FREITAG Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million
PROJECT ENGINEER Department of Homeland Security - St Elizabeth Hospital
Washington, DC | $139 Million
It is Scott’s responsibility to assist project management and H&M Retail Store
estimating with the development of conceptual and final Jonesboro, AR | $1.2 Million
estimates. He will review design documents and specifications for H&M Retail Store
completeness, initiate constructability analysis, and identification Reno, NV | $1.3 Million
of long - lead items. Scott assists with all aspects of subcontractor H&M Retail Store
qualification and scope identification. Emeryville, CA | $1.5 Million
FOR THIS PROJECT: Scott will oversee material procurement and
quality control efforts. Please see our project approach (Section
3) for specifics.

EDUCATION

Ohio State University

• B.S. Construction Systems Management

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

3

CONTINUING EDUCATION

• OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety Certification

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S e c t i o n 5 | AIA305 & Workload / Capacity

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station
Denver, CO | $54 Million

Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO | $4.8 Million

TMeocrhgnaonloCgoym&mSucnieintyceCoBluleilgdein- Ngursing, Health
Fort Morgan, CO | $3.24 Million

Good Samaritan Assisted Living Facility
Estes Park, CO | $11 Millio

DOUG YORK Cottonwood Pointe
CO $3.2 Million
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Bacon Elementary School
Fort Collins, CO | $6.5 Million
Doug is responsible for the overall direction of project and Flagstone Elementary School
subcontractor personnel including field operations and Castlerock, CO | $7.3 Million
coordination. He helps maintain the quality control program and Colorado University Discovery Learning Center
lends support and advice to all field superintendents and foremen. Boulder, CO | $13 Million
Doug works with the project manager to help coordinate field Colewood Apartments
personnel and the flow of work for subcontractors, suppliers and Denver, CO | $12.7 Million
the various tradespeople on site. He is in charge of maintaining and Sol Naciente Farm Worker Housing
driving the schedule on a day-to-day basis, including all project Fort Morgan, CO | $8.3 Million
schedule functions. Woolley’s Classic Suites
Denver, CO | $22 Million
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Hilton Garden Inn
Cheyenne, WY | $20 Million
31 Dual Brand Hotel
Denver, CO | $27 Million
CONTINUING EDUCATION Marriott Towneplace Suites
Denver, Colorado | $5,997,399
• OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety & Health Certification Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, MRI
• OSHA 10 Hour Certification Rock Springs, WY | $776,128
• OSHA Subpart M Fall Protection Holiday Inn & Holiday Inn Express / Full Service
• OSHA Subpart R Steel Erection Denver, CO | $23 Million
• OSHA Subpart L Scaffolding Erection ABiumilsdiCnogmamndunEidtyBCeoaltlyegHeal-lHealth Sciences
• PTI Certification: Level 1 Unbonded PT - Field Installation Greeley, CO | $18 Million
• CPR/First Aid certified Springhill Suites
• Fall Protection Training Denver, CO | $8 Million
• Trench Excavating Training
• Steel Erection Training
• HazCOM
• Confined Space Training
• Power Actuated Tools Training
• Fork Lift Training
• Fire Protection Training
• Boom Lift Training

Homewood Suites
Lakewood, CO | $8.2 Million

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S e c t i o n 3 | Project Approach

KEY PERSONNEL
STATEMENT

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S e c t i o n 3 | Project Approach ensure we are not missing any critical details.
Starting with the Schematic Design, Alliance will prepare a
PROJECT APPROACH basis of budget estimate that will be tracked through the
entire preconstruction process. This initial budget will set the
PRECONSTRUCTION SERVICES parameters for evaluation of key components of the project
and their impact on schedule, cost and constructability.
The majority Of Alliance Construction’s projects are Identifying the scope of the work at this early stage sets in
negotiated, either CM/GC or Design/Build. We believe CM/ motion a discussion of alternatives and options that can
GC (or Design/Build) is the best strategy for the Owner meet the overall parameters established by the team. If the
to mitigate their Risk. Since we will be involved in the Project is found to be over budget, we can start working on
Project early, we will be able to help the Design Team with Value Engineering ideas quickly and get the options priced
Constructability Reviews, material selection, and equipment to make informed decisions. We have found this to be the
selection. Working through this process allows the Design best approach to balancing cost and scope, ensuring a solid
Team to draw once, and the Owner to make informed GMP Estimate with no surprises.
decisions early. We employ an open book approach, and Our entire team participates in identifying and solving
invite the Owner, Owner’s Rep, and Architect to be involved constructability issues. In fact, we conduct internal reviews
in selecting/interviewing the major trades. We would expect by other members of the Alliance staff to bring fresh sets
to bid out (through an RFP/Bid Package process) the 100% of eyes to the project at periodic intervals. Constructability
DD drawings and start to bring on the key subcontractor issues need to be brought to the forefront as early as possible
trade partners. This would include Mechanical, Electrical, in the design process. Even during Concept Design an
Fire Sprinkler, and Structural brought on as Design-Assist. evaluation of site conditions including access from adjacent
This will help ensure we control pricing and the labor for the streets, proximity of adjacent structures, location of existing
Project. If subcontractors are able to book backlog early with utilities and area available for lay down of materials, site
us, we will be able to get the right supervision and sufficient trailers, equipment storage and efficient crane movement
manpower to complete the Project on time and on budget. If will have an impact on cost and schedule. Working with the
we wait to bid the Project out until CDs are complete, some Design Team to mitigate problems caused by the building
of the preferred companies may already be full and cannot location or landscape features in the initial development
look at our Project. This may leave us taking more risk with of the project can save money and time. Casey Paulson
unproven subs. To ensure we get the right subs participating, (Chief Estimator), Travis Jury (Senior Project Manager),
Alliance would reach out to them as soon as we are awarded and Jose Borunda (Project Engineer) will be the team
the Project. We would have them put a place holder in their members involved in working with the Architect to resolve
bid schedule for our Project, and walk through the specifics any concerns about constructability of the design. They
of the Project. The Subcontractor will need to look at their will also take prime responsibility to review the building
backlog to confirm the Project fits and that they have the systems for coordination conflicts. Because Travis and Jose
specific manpower available to commit to the Project. will be involved in Preconstruction, there will be a seamless
Alliance strives to be proactive, and not reactive. What this transition to the construction phase with no loss of the
means is we are not just waiting for the next set of drawings valuable knowledge gained through the Design/Permitting/
to price. We are asking questions throughout the Design Estimating process.
Process, and presenting options for everyone to review. Communication on a Project of this magnitude and
Our goal is to help everyone be as efficient as possible, so complexity will be paramount to ensure all parties are
the process moves forward as quickly as possible. We have successful. We believe open dialog will help find and solve
extensive experience and knowledge in tough, fast-paced many problems early in the process. One key we have
Projects. These will prove invaluable as we go through the stressed, is to just pick up the phone or meet face to face.
Preconstruction process and work toward a GMP. Many times this can lead to a quicker solution, versus
As noted above, Alliance is committed to signing a GMP at exchanging emails and convoluting the issue. Alliance will
the 100% DD Level. We will work with the Design Team to be in close contact with the Design Team, whether we are
ensure there is enough detail for pricing, while not getting contracted through CM/GC or Design/Build. This ensures we
to far into detailing. Our GMP would be accompanied are aware of all issues or decisions being made, and can in-
by a detailed Narrative outlining all of our assumptions/ turn communicate any cost or schedule implications to the
clarifications and a Value Engineering list outlining any Owner. We will want to involve the Operator in many initial
potential savings or cost adds requested. We can then discussions as well, so they have a voice in how the building
engage our Subcontractor partners with the Design Team functions, understand the maintenance requirements, and
to ensure we are keeping within budget, while maintaining are confident we are providing security for the residents.
the integrity of the Design Intent. If any Value Engineering is
required, our Team can implement it through the CD phase
of Design. The Subcontractors can help vet this VE and

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S e c t i o n 3 | Project Approach COMMITMENTS FOR THIS PROJECT

PROJECT APPROACH • The Construction team commits to having a

DEFERRED SUBMITTALS & PERMITS Commercial Construction Footings and Foundations Permit
for structural/architectural review with Mr. Vincent Anderson
Champion: Jose Borunda and Mr. Steve Oliver by Nov 27th, 2018. This will be done in
conjunction with the log-in of the SUDP+Shoring+Excavation
JOSE BORUNDA Permit. ACS will assist in any way possible the design
team to facilitate the log-in process with C&CD for the SDP,
PROJECT ENGINEER Commercial Construction Permit, & Zoning.

Alliance anticipates that the deferred submittal sequencing • Site Development Plan, Commercial Construction
and permitting process for Hilltop Senior Living Communities
will include the following: Permit, and Zoning Permit all to be submitted together at
the first week of December 2018. Drawings are set to be
• Commercial Construction Footings & Foundation completed by the end of November.
Permit
• SUDP + Shoring + Excavation • Alliance Construction Solutions will also work with
• Site Development Plan
• Commercial Construction Permit the subcontractors in regards to the deferred permits needed
• Zoning Permit (Steve Oliver) for the site, i.e. Generator installation Permit, Fire Alarm
• Zoning for Generator Permit, Access Control and Elevator Permits to facilitate the
• SUDP for Generator log-in process and will coordinate the permitting issuance
• Generator with the CPM schedule that is to be held for the Hilltop
• Pool Design project.
• SUDP Pool Design
• Automatic Fire Sprinkler System • Alliance Construction Solutions will make sure all
• Fire Alarm System/ Access Control
• Elevators the submittals/log-ins are in order, submittal reviews are
completed and approved by the architect/engineer for
specific items like the Generator/Fire alarm/Fire sprinkler to
avoid any re-logging or submit specific items when it comes
to the review from the City and County of Denver.

DEFERRED SUBMITTAL TIMELINE

Please review the following pages for the deferred submittal
timeline.

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DEFERRED SUBMITTAL
TIMELINE

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PROJECT APPROACH SEQUENCING SETS US APART

POST TENSION CONCRETE • ACS makes it a priority to schedule work tight and

Champion: Joshua Davis still allow every subcontractor his allotted time to install their
work per the contract drawings.
JOSHUA DAVIS
• The day a deck is turned over you have multiple subs
SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER
working together to finish on time. What normally would
POST-TENSION SUBMITTAL REVIEW AND QC take two to three days to accomplish, ACS accomplishes in
one day. On that first morning, you have MEP total stations
• When looking at drawings the first thing to verify is setting points as well as Rebar and PT doing layout and
rolling out tendons. Structural Steel embeds are also placed.
that you have the necessary number of banded and uniform In doing so you gain a whole day of schedule time.
tendons to reach the total kips needed for that specific slab.
Stud rails at the specified columns should be accounted for. • During the afternoon MEP’s are setting sleeves and

• Next, verify that the curvature of the tendons block outs while Rebar and PT are screwing the PT dead ends
and PT heads into the edge form as well as placing bottom
is correct spanning column to column with banded and mat of rebar.
uniform tendons. Make sure that your chair heights fall into
your slab thickness. • Day 2 includes rolling out uniform tendons and

• Verify the penetrations that will be in the slab. (HVAC setting all PT cable stressing ends. All top steel, column steel,
and stud rails are installed.
block outs, Plumbing and electrical sleeves, ladder block
outs for access) This may require extra stud rails, hairpin, or • Day 3 is tidying up loose ends as well as inspections
bursting steel at certain locations.
and quality control for 3rd party and ACS employees. All of
POST-TENSION PLACEMENT AND FIELD QC these things combined allow us to pour an entire deck in just
over 1 week instead of 2 weeks. This type of schedule also
• Verify that the sweeps of the tendons are placed at holds our subs accountable for the work they put in place.
It’s about feeding the machine and keeping your foot on the
the correct height and location per the drawings. Verify the gas.
correct number of tendons are placed per plan.
OTHER BENEFITS
• Verify that stud rails are accounted for per plan.
• Verify any extra bar needed for blockouts, curbs, • Not only do you get our experience in Post Tension

bursting steel is in per plan. concrete you also get our experience in large concrete pours.

• Verify all structural steel embeds are placed in the • What would take others 4 separate pours and

correct location and have the necessary rebar placed around multiple weeks to pour a large slab took the ACS team 1 day.
Please inquire about our 4,650 cubic yard mat slab pour on
June 10th 2017.

HILLTOP OVERVIEW

• Plan a 5 pour stair step pour schedule.
• Site logistics will determine if a conventional

concrete pumping system is allowable or if we will need to
use a placing boom system.

• Placing and finishing roughly 15,000 square feet of

concrete per pour.

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PROJECT APPROACH • With list generated from submittal log a concurrent

MATERIAL PROCUREMENT & list will be generated of all material lead times and necessary
COORDINATION on-site dates as it relates to the construction schedule.

Champion: Scott Freitag • Track progress and lead times of material arriving on

SCOTT FREITAG site to share with appropriate parties for proper installation
dates as well as any site logistics lay down areas and crane/
PROJECT ENGINEER hoist schedules.

MATERIAL PROCUREMENT • Track and log all material as it arrives on site

SUBMITTALS COORDINATION

• Define submittal criteria as detailed by specs and BIM

Architect • Act as intermediary between subcontractors for

• Generate list of all submittals as required by proper dissemination of information that needs to be
communicated between parties and entire project.
specifications as well as plans including mechanical,
plumbing, and electrical schedules. Review all assembly • Organize BIM coordination meetings between
details for further submittals necessary for complete systems.
trades and design team. Documenting all progress and
• Submittal completion milestone in first 30% of changes while creating a single point of contact for both
design team and subcontractors.
project (5 months)
REVIEW • Maintaining BIM schedule with relation to

• Complete review of submittals for accuracy and construction schedule to ensure that progress in BIM is well
in advance of construction schedule so that all potential
compliance before submission to architect and engineer to conflicts modeled in will be identified and information will
ensure a first review approval be distributed to appropriate parties and properly corrected
before actual construction begins.
• Allow proper review time of submittals for Architect
• Proper documentation will be provided to Architect
and Engineer by submitting product data and shop drawings
prior to any lead time conflicts that may occur. of all field corrections made as identified in BIM model to
confirm correctness and completion.
• Review all Architect and Engineer comments with
QUALITY CONTROL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
subcontractors for potential conflicts and thorough review.
• Ensure material onsite is material listed in submittal

information

• Ensure that all construction is accurate to drawings

and/or BIM Model to what the current standard is.

• Review all construction to assembly details and UL

listings for accuracy

• Generate room sign off sheets for trades and

documentation so that the Authority Having Jurisdiction all
that is needed for approval.

• Report all deficiencies and corrections to all

appropriate parties using Plangrids “Rolling Punchlists”

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suggested by JNS Architects and has proven to be a valuable
PROJECT APPROACH asset and effective communication tool.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, VALUE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
VALUE ENGINEERING
MANAGEMENT, & DESIGN Often times original design concepts developed during the
MANAGEMENT initial phases of Preconstruction will be cost prohibitive and
we are tasked with evaluating alternative approaches or
Champion: Travis Jury materials. A best-value assessment during the initial phases
of design allows for the Design Team to avoid pending too
TRAVIS JURY much time developing a portion of the project that may not
fit within the Project budget. A value engineering trend log
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER will be developed and maintained during Preconstruction to
track these alternative solutions. This collaboration between
the Design Team and Construction Team are paramount to
providing best-value to the project and to the Owner.

DESIGN MANAGEMENT

Management of the Design throughout the course of the
Preconstruction and Construction phases is critical to both
the timeliness and delivery of the Project and adherence to
the budget. It is imperative that the Contractor and Design
Team work hand in hand during the development of the
construction documents. Often times this means that a fast
track approach is needed to begin construction. This allows
for construction to begin with a footings and foundation
permit while the building permit package is still being
developed. Engaging with key trades during Preconstruction
in a design-assist role allows us to leverage their expertise to
ensure we are providing the most cost effective solutions.

COMMUNICATION

Effective communication is critical to the success of a
construction project. The amount of information we
process on a daily basis has increased exponentially
over the last two decades which enables us to deliver
projects in a shorter time span resulting in a lower cost for
construction. In Construction, time and cost are directly
related. The more effective we become at exchanging
information, the faster we can resolve problems that arise
during the Preconstruction and Construction phases of a
project. Utilization of software or web-based file sharing
platforms allows for the transmission and dissemination of
information to an entire team at the click of a button. Part of
maintaining a successful approach to construction means
that a company must be truly progressive in its approach.
There are new systems and software being launched every
year and it is important to always leave the door open to
these new systems. This translates to a true team approach
when working with Design Teams and Owners. On the
Hilton Garden Inn project at Union Station, our team is
utilizing Submittal Exchange as the primary platform for the

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QA/QC PLAN

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PROJECT APPROACH

PROJECT CLOSEOUT

Alliance Construction Solutions operates under a “Best of
Class” contraction. Our corporate “Best of Class” policy is that
closeout is 75% completed by 85% completion of the work.
The closeout items include but are not limited to As-Builts, D
& M manuals, warranties, lien releases, and our “rolling punch
lists.” Alliance Construction Solutions will discuss on a weekly
basis the status of closeout with all project stakeholders.
Listed below are the “tools” that we utilize to manage the
closeout process.

QUALITY ASSURANCE LOG

The Quality Assurance Log is a document that helps manage
the “getting done to finished.” This form ensures quick and
complete punch list completion and is communicated with
the subcontractors daily.

WARRANTY LOG

The Warranty Log is utilized to ensure warranty items are
completed in a timely manner with no disruption to tenants.

CLOSEOUT MATRIX

The Closeout Matrix is the overall tool used to track and
manage closeout requirements. This document is reviewed
on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station

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CPM SCHEDULE

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PROJECT SITE PLAN

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PROJECT SITE PLAN
3D VERSION

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S e c t i o n 4 | Similar Project Experience MULTI-FAMILY
SENIOR HOUSING
RELEVANT PROJECTS PODIUM CONSTRUCTION / POST
TENsION CONCRETE
POOL
FITNESS CENTER
ADMINISTRATIVE / AMENITY
SPACES
LOCATION

HILTON GARDEN INN DENVER UNION STATION üü ü Denver, CO

EDGEWATER CIVIC CENTER üüü Edgewater, CO

üRENAISSANCE AT NORTH COLORADO STATION ü ü Denver, CO

üSTOUT24 ROWHOMES Denver, CO

üST FRANCIS APARTMENTS AT CATHEDRAL SQUARE ü ü Denver, CO

üHIDDEN LAKE HOMES ü ü Westminster, CO

üRENAISSANCE UPTOWN LOFTS ü ü Denver, CO

ü ü ü üCORNERSTONE RESIDENCES AT ST. FRANCIS CENTER Denver, CO

üCOLEWOOD APARTMENTS ü üü Denver, CO

üPIRANESI APARTMENTS ü ü Denver, CO

üGOOD SAMARITAN VILLAGE ü üüü Estes Park, CO

ü ü ü üBONELL GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER - ROSEWOOD Greeley, CO

üTHE APARTMENTS AT THE NORTHERN HOTEL ü ü ü Fort Collins, CO

üPEAKVIEW APARTMENTS ü ü Lafayette, CO

üMT. ST. GERTRUDE’S ACADEMY ü ü ü Boulder, CO

ü üHERITAGE CLUB ASSISTED LIVING ü Lakewood, CO

ü üHERITAGE CLUB ASSISTED LIVING ü Aurora, CO

ü üROSEWOOD SENIOR APARTMENT ü Greeley, CO

ü üALTERNATIVE LIVING SERVICES ü Colorado Springs, CO

üSOL NACIENTE FARM WORKER HOUSING ü Fort Morgan, CO

CARE MERIDIAN BOWLES SKILLED NURSING FACILITY ü üüü Littleton, CO

RENAISSANCE DENVER DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER ü ü Denver, CO

HILTON GARDEN INN DENVER DOWNTOWN üüüü Denver, CO

SOURCE HOTEL üü ü Denver, CO

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SIMILAR LOCAL EXPERIENCE

The Collinwood
Northern Assisted Care

Hotel Facility

Renaissance
Uptown
Lofts

Peakview Renaissance
Apartments Denver

Fort Collins Downtown Dual
City Center Brand
Hotel
Hidden Lafayette
Lake
Homes Westminster

Berkeley DENVER Heritage
Club Assisted
Aurora
Living
Colewood Edgewater
Apartments St
Edgewater Lakewood Francis
Civic Apartments
Center Littleton

Hilton Hilltop
Garden Inn Senior
Denver Union Living

Station

Heritage Renaissance Cornerstone
Club Assisted at North Residences
Colorado
Living Station

Care Meridian
Bowles Skilled

Nursing
Facility

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HILTON GARDEN INN DENVER UNION STATION

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel at 19th and Chestnut consists of two stories of underground parking, with a 12 story Post
Tension concrete tower and 8 story curtain wall glazed tower, for a total of 238,000 SF. The hotel includes 233
guestrooms, over 3500 SF of event and meeting space, a two story tall ballroom, 3rd level pool and amenities deck,
and an independently branded restaurant. The restaurant will be housed in the historic “Hose Company 1” building
that currently resides on the property. This building will be fully restored in accordance with the Denver Landmark
Preservation committee requirements, including structural reinforcement of the two story brick structure, tuck-
pointing and restoration of the masonry and sandstone façade, and repair/replacement of the original carriage
doors and windows that housed the horse drawn hose carriages from the late 1800’s.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT: SCHEDULED
Focus Property Johnson Nathan COSTS: DESIGN/BUILD COMPLETION
Group Strohe $54,000,000 DATE:
2737 Larimer Street 1600 Wynkoop November, 2018
Unit C Street Suite 100
Denver, CO 80205 Denver, CO 80202 PM: Travis Jury
Josh Fine Jim Johnson Superintendent: Todd Konigsfeld
(303) 296-7550 (303) 892-7062

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HIDDEN LAKE HOMES

A single three story elevator building on a four-acre site. The unit mix is forty-two (42) 1BR/1BA units averaging 667
square feet each and thirty (30) 2-BR/1-BA units averaging 928 square feet each. The total building square footage
is approximately 73,400 square feet comprised of 55,800 square feet of residential space and 20,900 square feet
of hallways, stairs, mechanical spaces, and common areas. Interior amenities will include a community room with
attached kitchen, fitness room, internet cafe, hair salon, an exam room for visiting medical personnel, and a third
floor open viewing terrace.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION
Jefferson County ej Architecture CONSTRUCTION CM/GC DATE:
Housing Authority PLLC COSTS: September, 2017
7490 W. 45th Ave- 735 S. Xenon Court $13,228,475
nue Suite 200
Wheat Ridge, CO Lakewood, CO 80 PM: Jeremy Nothdurft
80033 228 Superintendent: JR Garcia
Shannon Sperry Elizabeth Johnson
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COLEWOOD APARTMENTS

This project consists of a 49 unit apartment complex in the Berkeley neighborhood of Denver. It includes 4 levels of
Type V construction over 1 level of Type 1 (Podium) construction and 2 level of below grade parking. The building
will feature a fitness center and community room and all upper floor apartments will include unobstructed views
of downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains to the west. Units on the fifth floor will have private access to the
rooftop patio.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION
RPDG Tennyson Craine Architecture CONSTRUCTION CM/GC DATE:
Street, LLC 2190 East 17th Ave. COSTS: January, 2018
1416 Larimer Denver, CO 80206 $12,111,772
Street #202 Dan Crain
Denver, CO 80202 (720) 457-2012
Reid Davis
(303) 586-3080 PM: Dan Miller
Superintendent: Dan Farrar

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ST FRANCIS APTS AT CATHEDRAL SQUARE

This 44,608 sq.ft project will consist of a single six-story building with podium parking, a lobby/reception area,
manager’s office, security office, storage space and two apartments on the ground floor. Floors two through five
will each have twelve apartments. Finally, floor six will have space for work stations, interview rooms, a community
kitchen and dining area, a large community and training room, case management offices, a meeting/break room,
and a large outdoor terrace.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION
Saint Francis Apts Humphries Poli CONSTRUCTION CM/GC DATE:
LLLP Architects COSTS: January, 2018
Christian Pritchett 2100 Downing $8,583,000
2323 Curtis Street Street
Denver, CO 80205 Denver, CO 80205 PM: Huston Parkhurst
Christian Pritchett Joseph Poli Superintendent: Steven Peck
(406) 214-2052 (303) 607-0040

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EDGEWATER CIVIC CENTER

This project consists of a roughly 55,000 SF civic center for the City of Edgewater. The facility will include but not
be limited to a fitness center (including a gymnasium), a library, a police department facility, administrative offices,
public meeting space and atrium space.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: ESTIMATED CONTRACT: SCHEDULED
City of Edgewater Humphries Poli CONSTRUCTION DESIGN / BUILD COMPLETION DATE:
City Hall Architects, P.C. COSTS: September, 2018
Dan Maples Joseph Poli $10,700,150
(Deputy City (303) 607-0040
Manager)
(720) 763-3012 PM: Joey Hiers
Superintendent: Steven Peck
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THE NORTHERN HOTEL

The Northern Hotel Design/Build renovation project consisted of the renovation of this historic 43,000 SF building
original built in 1873. Although several remodel projects had been undertaken throughout its 137 year history,
Alliance Construction Solutions worked in conjunction with historic building authorities and the design team to
focus on the four stories of the hotel, completely renovating it to include retail space, multi-use and senior living.
This was all accomplished while maintaining the historic integrity of the building. Alliance also worked diligently
with the funding partnerships in utilizing multiple funding resources.

The exterior façade was reconditioned in 1936 to an Art Deco appearance. Other renovations included structural
modifications throughout, a new staircase, addition of an elevator, replacement of the entire HVAC system,
plumbing and electrical systems, refurbishing of a stained glass dome, relocation of partition walls and new
finishes throughout. This project is low income senior apartments.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
Funding Partners Vaught-Frye Archi- CONSTRUCTION DESIGN/BUILD
for Housing tects COSTS:
Solutions Joe Frye $7,000,000
214 S. College 401 W. Mountain
Second Floor Ave Suite 200
Fort Collins, CO Fort Collins, CO
80524 80521
(970) 494-2021 (970) 224-1191

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PEAKVIEW APARTMENTS

This apartment complex with community and recreational facility project is situated on an 11.5 acre site in
Lafayette, Colorado. It consists of 160 one and two-bedroom units in eight multi-family style buildings, each three
stories, for a total of 170,000 square feet. The wood frame construction also included masonite board siding on the
exterior.

The multi-family complex offers a one-story clubhouse, outdoor barbecue areas, a large community center
courtyard and detached carports. The construction schedule was phased to complete each of the individual
buildings in three-week increments.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: CONTRACT: COMPLETED
Peak Properties Associated Archi- CM/GC CONSTRUCTION
Development Corp. tects COSTS:
Amory Host Terry Muldoon $8,445,000
1877 Broadway 4155 E. Jewell, Suite
Suite 701 814
Boulder, CO 80302 Denver, CO 80222
(303) 444-3020 (402) 740-1017

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ROSEWOOD SENIOR APARTMENT / BONELL
WELLNESS FACILITY

The Rosewood Senior Apartments located on the Bonell Campus in Greeley, Colorado is a product of the
Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society. The Society is a not-for-profit and charitable organization based in
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, operating over 240 senior resident and care centers throughout the United States.

This 20,000 sf free-standing facility provides additional dwelling space, communal living areas, special hydro-
therapy tubs and temperature controlled rehabilitation/therapy pool. The single story wood framed facility
includes brick veneer, siding and asphalt shingle roofing. In addition to the living facility, an octagonal chapel area
was added to another portion of the facility.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
Evangelical RNL Design CONSTRUCTION CM/GC
Lutheran 1515 Arapahoe St. COSTS:
Good Samaritan Suite 3-700 $3,500,000
Society Denver, Colorado
5401 W. 20th Street 80202
Greeley, CO 80634 (303) 295-1717
(970) 330-8008

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GOOD SAMARITAN ESTES PARK

The Good Samaritan Village in Estes Park Colorado has both independent living apartments and assisted living
units and is a facility of the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society.

The independent living facility has 34 apartments with kitchens. There are 24 units in the assisted living wing. In
addition, the facility offers underground parking, an indoor swimming pool and spa, exercise room, common
areas, and a full service kitchen and dining room. The buildings reflect the mountain environment and are wood-
framed with brick and wood siding on the exterior.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
Evangelical Bas1s Architecture CONSTRUCTION CM/GC
Lutheran 1692 Big Thomp- COSTS:
Good Samaritan son Ave $10,200,000
Society Suite 100
Marlyn Tande Estes Park, CO
2101 S. Garfield 80517
Avenue (970) 586-9140
Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 669-3843

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HERITAGE CLUB ASSISTED LIVING - LAKEWOOD

The American Retirement Corporation (ARC) is a national company specializing in providing assisted living housing
for seniors. The Heritage Club of Lakewood provides an all-inclusive assisted living facility geared to retired and
memory impaired seniors in the Denver area.

Heritage Club of Lakewood included the construction of three 26-unit assisted living facilities, and a 14-unit
memory-impaired facility. The campus included a 2000 square foot commercial kitchen housed in close proximity
to residence units. These four buildings were approximately 85,000 square feet. Construction was comprised of
monolithic slab foundations, wood frame structure, masonry and siding exteriors. High-end interior finishes, a
nurse call-system and a facility for memory impaired residents requiring special security and safety devices made
up the additional scope of work for the project. As the CM/GC, Alliance provided extensive pre-construction
services to the owner and architect. Those services included assisting with the entitlement process and
coordination with local city and state agencies for our out-of-state client. Alliance also completed approximately
30% of the construction with its own forces, including framing and concrete, thus providing the owner with
schedule, cost and quality advantages on the project.

OWNER: 37027 ARCHITECT: (615) 329-9445 CONTRACT:
American (615) 221-2250 Earl Swensson COMPLETED CM/GC
Retirement Architects CONSTRUCTION
Corporation 2100 West End COSTS:
111 Westwood Avenue $9,800,000
Place, Suite 200 Suite 1200
Brentwood, TN Nashville, TN 37203

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HERITAGE CLUB ASSISTED LIVING - AURORA

The American Retirement Corporation (ARC) is a national company that specializes in providing assisted living
housing for seniors. The Heritage Club of Aurora provides an all-inclusive assisted living facility geared to retired
and memory impaired seniors in the Denver area.

Heritage Club of Aurora included the construction of two 40-unit assisted living facilities and a 13-unit memory-
impaired facility. These three buildings were approximately 75,000 square feet. Construction was comprised of
monolithic slab foundations, wood frame structure, masonry, and siding exteriors. A central food preparation
facility, high-end interior finishes, a nurse call-system and a facility for memory impaired residents requiring special
security and safety devices made up the additional scope of work for the project.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
American Earl Swensson CONSTRUCTION CM/GC
Retirement Architects COSTS:
Corporation 2100 West End $8,000,000
111 Westwood Avenue
Place, Suite 200 Suite 1200
Brentwood, TN Nashville, TN 37203
37027 (615) 329-9445
(615) 221-2250

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MOUNT ST GERTRUDE’S ACADEMY

The Academy Assisted Living Center was a historical renovation and addition to Mount St. Gertrude’s Academy in
Boulder, Colorado. The Academy campus, consisting of the original Academy building constructed in 1892, the
Chapel, and the Conservatory, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The restoration of the historic Academy building and construction of a new apartment addition with underground
parking facilities, made up this challenging project. Fifty-one residential units for senior citizens comprised this
upscale, integrated living community. Working together with the funding partnerships, Alliance Construction
Solutions was instrumental in the utilization of multiple funding sources.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
The Academy RNL Design CONSTRUCTION CM/GC
Development 1515 Arapahoe St. COSTS:
Group Suite 3-700 $13,000,000
Mr. Gary Berg Denver, Colorado
917 Aurora St. 80202
Boulder, CO (303) 295-1717
(303) 447-3000

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RENAISSANCE AT NORTH COLORADO STATION

Designed by Studio Completiva, the 104,306 square foot Renaissance at North Colorado Station development is a
mixed-use multi-family housing development located at 3999 Colorado Boulevard in Denver, Colorado. Located
on a Transit Oriented Development site in the Clayton neighborhood, this Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
construction project provides 103 units of rental housing, consisting of 19 studio, 54 one-bedroom, 24 two-
bedroom, and 6 three-bedroom apartments. In addition the project improvements includes supportive services
and management offices and resident amenities.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION DATE:
Colorado Coalition Studio Completiva CONSTRUCTION CM/GC February, 2016
for the Homeless Yong Cho COSTS:
Project Manager: 3000 Zuni St $15,462,349
Bill Windsor Denver, CO 80211
2111 Champa (303) 477-9156
Street
Denver, CO 80205 PM: Josh Thall
(303) 293-2217 Superintendent: Dave Plumb

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RENAISSANCE UPTOWN LOFTS

This project includes 98 residential units comprised of 92 one bedroom, 3 two bedroom and 3 studio apartments.
The ground floor fronting Colfax Avenue includes 8,000 square feet of retail space. A portion of the retail space
is devoted to a restaurant facility which employs and trains residents of the property. Total area of the project is
99,276 square feet. Renaissance Uptown Lofts is a five story building consisting of a slab on grade ground floor
covered by post tensioned slab at the second level with wood frame construction for the remaining residential
levels. In addition to the retail the ground floor includes an entry lobby and parking which are both accessed off
of Pearl Street. The design at the street level incorporates architectural elements that fit into the historic context
of the neighboring vintage buildings along Colfax Avenue. Designed in accordance with the Green Communities
Guidelines, a few of the sustainable features included in the construction are Energy Star rated appliances, rooftop
photovoltaic solar panels, enhanced insulation and interior materials that are environmentally healthy.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
Colorado Coalition Humphries Poli CONSTRUCTION CM/GC
for the Homeless Architects, P.C. 2100 COSTS:
Project Manager: Downing Street $12,283,018
Bill Windsor Denver, CO 80205
2111 Champa Joe Poli
Street (303) 607-0040
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 293-2217

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CORNERSTONE RESIDENCES AT ST. FRANCIS CNTR.

Cornerstone Residences is a five story building with 56,000 square feet and 50 units, located in Downtown Denver.
This project features a one-story post-tensioned podium and four stories of wood framing. There is also one story
of below grade parking. The units serve as transitional housing, helping the homeless find immediate housing.
The site is considered a Zero Lot line project with virtually no lay down area, and required blocking off one lane of
traffic on Park Avenue (one of the busiest streets in Denver) to complete foundations and exteriors. The Owner had
numerous funding sources and required Prevailing Wages and Certified Payroll.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT:
Rocky Mountain VTBS Architects CONSTRUCTION CM/GC
HDC, Inc. Steve Gardner COSTS:
Joyce Alms- 1860 Blake Street $10,546,825
Ransford Suite 170
142 West 5th Denver, CO 80202
Avenue (303) 675-0041
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 561-1870

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RENAISSANCE DENVER DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER

The project is a conversion of the Colorado National Bank building into a Renaissance by Marriott consisting
of 158,630 square feet, 230 guest rooms and an upscale restaurant. This historical renovation ensures the
preservation of an important landmark within the City and County of Denver.

In addition to the renovation of the existing six-story structure, two additional floors were added along with a new
stairwell and entrance on the southwest side of the building. All of the existing marble exterior of the building has
been preserved.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION DATE:
Stonebridge GKK Works CONSTRUCTION DESIGN/BUILD May, 2014
Companies 201 N Broadway COSTS:
9100 E. Panorama Denver, CO 80203 $31,300,000
Drive, Suite 300 Brian Klipp
Englewood, CO (303) 893-1990
80112
Bill Martinic PM: Jeremy Nothdurft
(303) 785-3100 Superintendent: Greg Ching

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DUAL BRAND HOTEL

Alliance Construction Solutions completed the renovation of a dual-brand Homewood Suites by Hilton and
Hampton Inn and Suites at 550 15th Street in Downtown Denver. Both hotels are housed under one roof and share
over 262,000 square feet of space.

The scope of work included renovating the existing 12 story office building, the former Xcel Energy building, into
a dual brand hotel to include 302 total guest units. The Hampton Inn and Suites occupies floors 2-5 with 120
units and the Homewood Suites (Extended Stay) takes up floors 6-12 with 182 units total. The first floor contains
two entries, two separate lobby areas, two kitchen pantries and two dining areas, one for each hotel brand. The
basement consist of shared meeting, pool and exercise facilities as well as back-of-the-house commercial and
guest laundry. The sub-basement houses the valet parking with the first commercial vehicle elevator.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION DATE:
Stonebridge Pahl Architecture, CONSTRUCTION DESIGN/BUILD April, 2013
Companies P.C. COSTS:
Scot Cameron Joe Pahl $27,398,180
9100 E. Panorama 303 East 17th Ave,
Drive, Suite 300 Suite 555 PM: Jeremy Nothdurft
Englewood, CO Denver, CO 80203 Superintendent: Dave Plumb / Doug York
80112 (303) 861-7147
(303) 785-3159

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WOOLLEY’S CLASSIC SUITES

Woolley’s Classic Suites is a luxury all-suite hotel featuring 191 guest suites and four executive suites. It is 164,750
square feet located near Denver International Airport. Amenities include 12,000 square feet of landscaped atrium
with glass elevators and skylights at the roof, breakfast and daily cocktail hours, pool, fitness center, and meeting
space. The pool is equipped with a lazy river and two jacuzzis.

OWNER: ARCHITECT: COMPLETED CONTRACT: COMPLETION DATE:
Stonebridge Pahl Architecture, CONSTRUCTION DESIGN/BUILD May, 2014
Companies P.C. COSTS:
Scot Cameron Joe Pahl $27,398,180
9100 E. Panorama 303 East 17th Ave,
Drive, Suite 300 Suite 555 PM: Josh Thall
Englewood, CO Denver, CO 80203 Superintendent: Doug York
80112 (303) 861-7147
(303) 785-3159

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S e c t i o n 5 | AIA305 & Workload / Capacity

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S e c t i o n 6 | General Conditions, Fees, & Financial Information

GC’s, FEES, & FINANCIAL INFORMATION

FEE FOR CM/GC APPROACH

FEE PROPOSAL

2.8%

GENERAL CONDITIONS $ FEE

$1,699,433 

PRECONSTRUCTION FEE Competitive for the Right
Reasons
$84,000

CHANGE ORDERS

4.9% Fee

SHARED SAVINGS

75% to the Owner & 25% to
the Contractor

DESIGN / BUILD

If the Owner elects to go
Design/Build, our Fee will be
3.9%

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