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Jordy Construction

Jordy Construction is a full-service commercial contractor that is led by a common purpose and vision: to deliver a high-quality customer experience through the execution of a well-planned construction project.

Jordy Construction offers extensive experience in office, restaurant/retail, industrial/secured facilities, healthcare, education, fitness facilities, churches, renovations/remodeling, and new building construction.

ADDRESS: 1212 S. Broadway, Suite 100, Denver, Colorado
PHONE: (303) 744-6106

TYPES OF WORK: Adaptive Reuse / Historical Preservation, Commercial, Design Build, Education, Entertainment, Health Care, Hospitality, Interiors, Religious, Recreational/Sports, Remodeling/Renovation, Restaurant, Sustainability

PRODUCTS/SERVICES: Construction Services

AREA: Denver Metro
FIRM SIZE: Large (30+)


Jordy Construction Projects



Unlike any other project in downtown Denver, SugarSquare manages to achieve big design in an extremely narrow urban space – just 25 feet in width. Designed by architecture firm Semple Brown Design, SugarSquare was conceived as an addition to the Sugar Building. Constructing the 11,400 square foot building between the 100-year-old Sugar Building and the Spice Building created a complex set of challenges. Substantial time was initially spent assessing the site to determine the best approach for bringing the architect’s design into reality. The lack of egress from the alley combined with the aspect ratio of the footprint created a substantial logistical challenge. Working within the constraints of a 25-foot by 125-foot lot meant there was virtually no lay-down space for staging and erecting the structure. That meant that not only did every single piece that came onto the site have to be planned, timed and organized down to the even the smallest materials, careful coordination was also required for where each person on the site was at any given time in order to ensure the safest job site possible. Space constraints meant Jordy had to take the unusual approach of building the structure from back to front, instead of bottom up and was driven by crane position and reach capability. The back wall and alley walls went up first, and then worked our way out toward the street. The approach necessitated creative bracing and design solutions to ensure the partial floors would hold up while construction took place on the other pieces. Despite all the challenges on this unique project, actual ground-up steel and concrete erection was completed successfully and entirely without injury in just 30 working days.

The Barn at Raccoon Creek

The Barn at Raccoon Creek

The Barn at Raccoon Creek was an extensive renovation and enhancement project. It featured the restoration of a turn-of-the-century barn and the development of a bridal cottage, landscaped gardens and courtyards, and a single-story steel building. The Barn at Raccoon Creek is a part of the original Grant Ranch property, which dates back to 1878, when Colorado’s third governor, James B. Grant, purchased the property for sporting. Jordy Construction understood that the primary appeal of the property is its history, and preserving its character was essential to the success of this project. Bridal Cottage The existing old white house, that originally housed workers when it was a working ranch, was demo’d to make way for the new 1,800 SF single story building to serve as the Bridal Cottage. Continuous concrete footing and stem wall were put in place establishing foundational integrity for the building. Existing Barn and Groom’s Loft Addition The existing 2,400 SF barn was most recently used to store golf carts, but originally housed milk cows. Numerous modifications were made including shoring, corrective and heavy timber re-frame, slab on grade, installation of fire protection systems, and a commercial kitchen to accommodate large numbers of guests for weddings and special events. A 3,000 SF two story addition was built to include a Groom’s Loft and restrooms. Cart Barn/Storage Jordy built a 4,800 SF single story steel building adjacent the Clubhouse to store golf carts and other equipment for Raccoon Creek. Throughout the entirety of this project, Jordy worked closely with Raccoon Creek Golf Course to coordinate schedules and minimize disturbances for its employees and members.

CTRL Collective

CTRL Collective

CTRL Collective was a full build out of the 3rd floor of the newly constructed Dairy Block Building in lower downtown Denver. The job boasts a very high level of finish. Jordy Construction installed full electrical systems with high lighting and control panels. The HVAC system was branched off of the existing building system while Jordy provided the control system. There was a full bathroom group added. This project required exemplary communication as the owner was out of town and did not attend regular meetings. Jordy documented all site conditions meticulously. Jordy Construction has worked for the architect for over 20 years and understands their high standard of quality and finish specifications. As time has moved forward in this building, Jordy Construction continues to gather more work from the building team.

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