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Denver Construction & Development Update

Wed Jul 21, 2021

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Denver Construction & Development Update

In-Person: Major Projects, Trends & Construction Costs

Wednesday July 21 2021 | 8:00 AM MDT

$99.00

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In-person Event Covid-19 Guidelines & Restrictions

This event will be in-person and will follow strict protocols to ensure the safety of all attendees. Please click here to learn more about the precautions and guidelines we will be enacting at this event.

Speakers and Panels

Ashley Stiles

Ashley Stiles

Founder & CEO, Tribe Development
Sean Campbell

Sean Campbell

CEO, FORMATIV
Eric Hiraga

Eric Hiraga

Executive Director, Denver Economic Development & Opportunity
Tyler Morris

Tyler Morris

Principal, Pure Development

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Pre-Event Networking
9:00 AM
9:50 AM
Material and Labor Costs
Labor costs have been an issue for quite some time in CRE, keeping many projects from getting off the ground. Now due to the past year and a rapidly changing world, landscape material shortages have become another obstacle for the CRE community to overcome.
9:50 AM
10:40 AM
Major Projects & Trends Changing Denver
Denver has no shortage of new developments . Not only is there an abundance of new projects, but many of these projects are in up-and-coming neighborhoods. As the work-from-home movement continues, there could be an influx of people moving farther from the center of the city and into these new areas. How could this impact these new developments?
10:40 AM
11:00 AM
Post-Event Networking

Why This Matters

What You'll Learn:

  • How has adaptive reuse become more difficult with the pandemic? What adjustments are required to ensure higher air quality? 
  • Material costs, specifically timber, have soared in recent months. With supply chain issues created over the past year, how are projects staying on budget?
  • Construction costs and labor shortages have been an issue in CRE for quite some time. With many projects and companies looking to get back on track this year will we see these issues come more center stage? 

 

How You'll Do More Business: Denver has experienced a boost in popularity during the past year, in part due to its affordability and outdoor attractions. With the vaccine quickly being rolled out, it will be up to the CRE community to retain Denver's new residents.

 

Who You'll Meet: Investors, architects, developers, architects, brokers, city officials, general contractors and engineers.

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