Speer and Washington Multifamily Development

We are currently designing a multifamily the Monroe Street Apartments residential apartment complex on a 29,261 square footprint on the bustling intersection of Speer Boulevard and Washington Street. The final building will be approximately 80,000 to 90,000 square feet with a total of 94 dwelling units.

The facility will include one below-grade parking level with additional parking at grade. The average size dwelling unit will be approximately 650 square feet. The residential building will include interior amenity spaces, a rooftop deck and a small amount of retail space at the grade level.


1000 Broadway Development Denver, CO

Close to DU and Colorado Christian University, 1000 Broadways offers university students   a convenient city-living option and access to nearby parks.

We provided design services for this 280,000 square foot, LEED Gold Certified, 4-story multifamily residential apartment complex with a total of 250 dwelling units located on a 3 acre site.

The site included a 130,000 square foot parking garage to accommodate 375 vehicles. Future plans for the building include a variety of amenities including a landscaped courtyard.

Platform at Union Station, Denver, CO


Enormous windows, open floor plans, technology at one’s fingertips and views make the city—in all its glory—part of the interior décor: Platform at Union Station gives urban dwellers a new place to unwind, play and call home.

We designed the electrical services for this LEED® Gold Certified mixed-use development in downtown Denver as part of the redevelopment of the historical Union Station. The project includes a 21-story multifamily residential apartment complex with a total of 288 dwelling units. The building features a large, rooftop pool with a whirlpool and barbecue area; a technology-equipped fitness center; a modern yoga studio, clubhouse and group restrooms on level 10 and a resident business center on level 11.

Residents can shop in approximately 6,500 square feet of retail space at grade level and take advantage of the convenience of three above-grade parking levels and two below-grade parking levels. Leasing office space will be located on the ground level.

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Belleview Station Block A

Belleview Station is a pedestrian’s dream community. The development offers easy access to light rail, bike paths, open space, fine retail, ample dining and two major highways in case driving is an option. Developers predict, “Belleview Station will become the new heart at the intersection of the DTC and the City of Denver.” We are helping that heart to start beating.

The project includes a five-story multifamily residential apartment complex that is approximately 372,000 square feet with a total of 350 dwelling units. There are approximately 15-18 main unit types.

We designed the buildings to include amenity spaces to total approximately 11,000 square feet including a rooftop deck with pool and approximately 32,700 square feet of retail space at grade level.

We designed a parking structure with one level below grade and 4 levels above to accommodate 600 vehicles. This project design will pursue LEED Silver certification upon construction completion.

Morningstar Assisted Living at Cherry Creek

Project Description

MEP Engineering was selected by Morningstar Assisted Living to provide mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services for their Cherry Creek location, in Denver, CO. This new assisted living and dementia care facility included 88,500 affected square feet. Saunders Construction was the preferred General Contractor. MEP services were completed in January 2008.

Technical Services Provided

The first floor is approximately 14,823 square feet and consists of a kitchen and dining hall, chapel, salon, theater, fitness and therapy room, administration, and support areas. The second floor is approximately 19,175 square feet and is designed for dementia residences. The space includes twenty-two studios, one bedroom, and two bedroom configurations as well as offices, laundry, dining, serving area, spa, and activity spaces. Floors three through five were a total of 54,485 square feet combined and include sixty-six assisted living studios, one bedroom, and two bedroom configurations as well as office, laundry, spa, art/crafts area, library/café, and activities spaces.

CSU Pueblo Student Housing Building I, II and III

Project Description

MEP Engineering was selected by Colorado State University to provide mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services for two new student housing facilities, located on their Pueblo Campus. These projects included two new 250 bed, three-story student housing facilities of approximately 80,000 square feet each. MEP services were completed in October 2010.

Technical Services Provided

MEP designed the main level student common to accommodate future students’ personal and social needs. We included: private study rooms, great rooms, private conference rooms, a convenient bistro and serving aisles, a cyber lounge, central laundry facilities, mail room, and reception and waiting areas. The mechanical system for the building incorporated a water source heat pump system originally designed with highly-efficient boilers and cooling towers. We planned the boilers and cooling towers to accommodate being transferred to a “Ground Source Geothermal System” which university representatives are considering installing. The project is registered with the USGBC and achieved “LEED GOLD Certification.”