“The expansion into Colorado is a major milestone for the growth and success of Power Design, and we are looking forward to establishing ourselves in this new market,” said Stephen Beals, divisional operations manager. “We are thrilled to have our first venture in this state be our 11th project with Wood Partners and are happy to continue our relationship with the nationally-recognized developer.”
Located in the historic Baker district of Denver, Colorado, the 338-unit Alameda Station community will be built on more than five acres with access to the Alameda Light rail station. With construction already underway, Alameda Station will feature unique living spaces, a sustainable green design and pedestrian-friendly urban living.
The Denver metro area continues to outpace the rest of the nation in job growth, with employment rising 2.3 percent in the first half of 2012 alone. Nationally, construction for multifamily projects is expanding at one of the fastest rates in the country, with more than 3,000 units expected to be completed by the end of the year. (Source: Marcus & Millichap). Power Design, Inc., a key player in the multifamily sector, is actively working in more than 15 states across the nation and has created more than 100 jobs this year alone.
About Power Design, Inc.
With more than 100 active projects, a 70,000 square foot national headquarter facility, a 100,000 square foot distribution center and accumulative revenue exceeding $1 billion dollars, Power Design is one of the top electrical contractors in the United States. With a 12,000 square foot training center dedicated to core training and hands-on simulation experiences to provide real-life applications, Power Design is at the forefront of innovative training practices and techniques.
Since founded in 1989, Power Design has operated as a family-run business built on an unbending foundation of quality service and loyalty to its employees and customers. Power Design’s commitment to customer service has enabled them to partner with the top 100 general contractors as ranked by Engineering News-Record (ENR). For more information visit http://www.powerdesigninc.us or call 727.210.0492.