While many local businesses have been forced to pause operations during this pandemic, Colorado has deemed construction essential. However, while projects are still underway, builders need to ensure that strict social distancing guidelines are met in order to keep their workers safe.
With the nation facing a looming recession, as well as supply chain issues, the construction industry is not without complications. In this 'new normal' we find ourselves facing, Denver must take extra care to ensure projects are being delivered as safely, quickly and cost efficient as possible.
How are the region's leaders completing their projects under coronavirus? Join us and chat along as we build a bright future for Denver.
During this webinar we will discuss:
-- What strategies are market leaders taking to ensure social distancing requirements are being made?
-- Are Denver's general contractors being impacted by supply chain limitations?
-- Have Denver's major projects been set back by social distancing requirements?
-- Will we see a decline in hard construction costs from the coronavirus?
-- Is the coronavirus impacting zoning and entitlements in Denver?
EVP, Development Management, Confluent Development
Dean Barber joined the Confluent Development management team in 2017 as the Executive Vice President of Development Management. With 30 years of development experience, Dean’s capability spans product types that include build-to-suit, multi-tenant...
Morgan began her career at Milender White in the Denver office, after which she was selected to lead the Southern California office as Construction Executive. Morgan was instrumental in the growth of Milender White in the region. She drives...