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History

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History

BuildPress Inc traces its roots back to 1989 in Colorado and since then have never looked back. With thousands of successful projects under our belt, we can proudly say that we are one of the most trusted construction companies in Colorado performing both domestic and international construction work



1995 - Start with a small service

BuildPress Inc traces its roots back to 1989 in Colorado and since then have never looked back. With thousands of successful projects under our belt, we can proudly say that we are one of the most trusted construction companies in Colorado performing both domestic and international construction work

2000 - Find investor for our project

Ask ten architects to design a project and you’ll get ten completely different designs. These designs (and their budgets and construction limitations) could make your project a resounding success or could make it something less than successful.

2005 - Reach 100 employees milestone

Each architecture firm is structured differently, has varied design aesthetic preferences, and is skilled at different subsets of the profession. While not exhaustive, here are a few ways to better understand who might be the best architect for your next project.

2010 - Reach 10.000 clients milestone

Unless you are dead-set on a specific architect/firm, multiple quotes give you the best understanding for how competitive the market is for architectural design services. Each firm will likely quote different services involved in their work. So, as best as you can, get an apples-to-apples comparison of the quotes submitted based on the services provided.

2015 - Open 3 offices at California, Las Vegas and Washington

Four teams have been chosen to move on to the second stage of the Pershing Square Renew competition. Aiming to transform downtown Los Angeles' oldest park, the finalists will now refine their schematic proposals in preparation of a second review in March 2016. The winning scheme will potentially be the five-acre park's sixth iteration, replacing Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta and landscape architect Laurie Olin current design that first opened in 1994.