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July 2018 Monthly Archives

Pier Point Village 6 Condominiums

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This Pedestrian Egress Bridge Project consisted of complete removal and construction of a new steel bridge.  The project included demo, work on the existing foundation wall, new concrete, steel installation, fiberglass grating for walkway, and painting.  This project included extensive communication with the homeowners, as we had to close the garage during the day in […]

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San Marco South

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RECON Construction was hired to make maintenance repairs to two sets of stairways treads, by removing and replacing the stair treads. Boulder county required that we provide engineering designs and bring the stairways up to code. Please be aware, every city is different. Simple maintenance repairs can turn into a major project depending on the […]

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Stuart Street

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JLW Expert Consulting (sister company) and RECON Construction worked with the defense team to bring conclusion to the Construction Defect litigation with reasonable repair costs in a performance based settlement.  The repairs include a complete replacement of the building envelope – stucco exterior, flashing, sealants, complete roof replacement, new concrete sidewalks and patio, and other […]

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Highland View

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This property was in dire need of deck replacements and repairs.  The project included complete replacement of ten decks, and repairs to 39 decks (some minor and some major repairs), along with staining.  This project required extensive coordination and communication between our crew and the homeowners.  The biggest challenge on this project was finding rotted […]

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