WESTMINSTER, Colo. – U.S. Engineering Company recently received permits to begin construction at the company’s new Rocky Mountain headquarters with relocation to the new facility scheduled for September of this year. The project will convert an existing warehouse near 120th Ave. and Pecos St. to 28,000 square feet of office space while maintaining 7,000 square feet of warehouse.
In relocating, U.S. Engineering is consolidating its three current Colorado locations in Westminster, Thornton and Loveland. The company plans to vacate all three offices in September.
“We’ve been in Colorado since 1967, and we’re very proud of what we’ve been able to contribute to our local communities over the past five decades,” U.S. Engineering CEO Tyler Nottberg said. “We’re also excited about what the future holds, and these investments reflect that.”
Nottberg said the company is making the move with a strategic purpose.
“When you look at our market, many of our core customers are within the 470 loop, so after the move all of our operations will be closer to key clients,” Nottberg said. “We also want to reward our employees with a high-level work environment. We believe that’s important both for our current employees and as we recruit prospective employees. It really boils down to the culture and values that are important to U.S. Engineering.”
About U.S. Engineering Company
Established in 1893 in Kansas City, U.S. Engineering Company has grown to be a leading mechanical contractor with regional locations in Kansas City and in the Denver area. As a design-build mechanical contractor, the company’s construction, service and maintenance offerings include HVAC, plumbing, hydronic piping, process piping, site utilities, piping/plumbing fabrication, sheet metal fabrication and energy services. U.S. Engineering is committed to bringing value to owners and the construction process through advanced planning, extensive preconstruction, building information modeling (BIM) and prefabrication.
The company generated $252 million in revenue during its 2014 fiscal year. Of that, $121 million was in the Rocky Mountain Region.
In 2013, ENR Magazine named U.S. Engineering the Colorado Specialty Contractor of the Year.