The construction market today is often volatile. It’s a face-paced environment where labor is in short supply and everyone is pushing to get things done faster. Those competing forces can easily create tension among owners, contractors and subs, leading to an unpleasant and contentious building experience where someone is destined to leave unsatisfied. Vertix Builders was founded in 2014 with a focus on reversing that trend and taking the culture back 30 years to when a person’ word meant something.
Vertix Builders recently topped out two new medical facilities: the Greeley Skilled Nursing Facility and the Dry Creek Medical Office Building. The Greeley Skilled Nursing Facility, located at 4356 24th Street Road, is a three-story building totaling 52,000 square feet and will provide 54 beds.
Colorado-based Vertix Builders recently celebrated the topping out of a new 21,000-square-foot surgery center and physical therapy building in Laramie, Wyoming. The new building is being built on behalf of Premier Bone and Joint, an orthopedic group serving patients throughout the state of Wyoming as well as athletes from the University of Wyoming for over 40 years.
Since its founding in 2014, Vertix Builders has worked on more than 200 projects totaling more than $150 million in revenue — and was named "General Contractor of the Year" by the American Subcontractor Association of Colorado in 2017 and 2018.
Vertix Builders began construction recently on the new Parker MOB III medical office building on the Parker Adventist Medical Campus. As a health care construction specialist, Vertix Builders will be working with a team that includes RTA Architects, Med Development and Parker Adventist.
“We’re excited to be working with Centura Health and Parker Adventist to bring a great facility to their Parker campus,” said Ryan Bonner, president of Vertix Builders.
Vertix Builders, a culture-focused construction company, has started construction of the new Parker MOB III medical office building on the Parker Adventist Medical Campus. As a healthcare construction specialist, Vertix Builders will be working with a team that includes RTA Architects, Med Development and Parker Adventist.
With a niche for healthcare construction, Vertix Builders, a culture-focused construction company, is underway with the construction of a fourth project for SimonMed Imaging, a low cost, medical imaging company with locations across the nation. The newest project by Vertix is located in Littleton and contains MRI, CT and X-Ray imaging services. The project is shelled space in an existing building and will be completed in September.
Vertix Builders, a culture-focused construction company, has successfully completed the new robotics OR and support spaces at the Swedish Medical Center birthing unit. The company was selected to retrofit existing spaces in order to accommodate the new operating room, support spaces, pre-op and recovery areas.
DENVER – Vertix Builders, Inc. recently established a ten point “culture code” for the company and its employees that is garnering industry attention. The code is posted at the company’s jobsites and serves not only as a reminder, but as a way for employees to feel empowered to make sure all aspects of a job are being done correctly and running smoothly.
DENVER– Vertix Builders, Inc. has been recognized as the General Contractor of the Year, a prestigious industry award presented by the American Subcontractor Association of Colorado (ASA of Colorado). This is the second year in a row that Vertix has been honored with the award which is presented to the general contracting company that runs an efficient jobsite, is a reliable partner, schedules efficiently, and treats their trade partners fairly.
Vertix Builders announced Thursday morning the start of construction on a new skilled nursing facility in Greeley.
The Greeley Skilled Nursing Facility will be a recovery center for patients released from the hospital who still require professional nursing care and physical therapy for full recovery. The building will be located at 4356 24th Street Road, north of CenterPlace Drive and 44th Avenue.
Vertix Builders, a culture-focused construction company, is pleased to announce that the company was selected to provide renovations to the Swedish Medical Center-Southwest Emergency Room. The work will include updates to the main waiting room and reception desk (which will be highlighted by a new, wood ceiling and custom casework) and renovations to the patient and nurse areas. The project is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2018.
Subcontractors account for 90 percent of the cost on most projects and are the true tradesmen who create each building. One of the most important factors in evaluating a prospective general contractor is the strength of its relationships with subcontractors. This is increasingly important in a flush construction market where contractors can be picky about who they work with. Unfortunately, too many general contractors run a job site more like a dictatorship than a partnership with their skilled tradespeople, and that lack of camaraderie can cost an owner time and money, and create frustration.
DENVER —Vertix Builders, Inc. has been recognized as the General Contractor of the Year, a prestigious industry award presented by the American Subcontractor Association of Colorado (ASA of Colorado). The award is presented to the general contracting company that runs an efficient jobsite; is a reliable partner, schedules efficiently and treats their trade partners fairly.
And the driving force behind Vertix Builders Inc., a construction company he cofounded in 2014. “Our focus is on our people and our subcontractors,” said Bonner, LEED BD+C, CHC, president of the Frederick-based firm. “Construction is a tough business; you can’t control a lot of its variables, but you can always control the people around you.