The Oliver Building
The Oliver Building

The 15,000 sf addition to the company’s existing manufacturing facility houses the administrative operations. The structure of the addition is comprised of structural steel and masonry on concrete spread footings. Within the office building, finishes include cherry paneling and millwork, acoustical and drywall ceilings and partitions, carpet and ceramic tiles, dyed polished concrete, and paint. The exterior is surrounded with a landscaped walking path with water feature and footbridge.

321 Mainstreet
321 Mainstreet

Originally constructed in 1875, the building has seen many uses and has been updated several times, necessitating some extensive interior demolition down to its original framing. Saving as much of the original furnishings and features was top priority. The ground floor of the structure is now 2200 square feet of commercial space for a marketing consulting firm, containing offices, and meeting spaces. Restrooms were expanded and sustainable features were added throughout.

Master Magnetics Warehouse
Master Magnetics Warehouse

The project consisted of utilizing existing warehouse space and transforming some of the space to offices and restrooms. MWGC helped to optimize Master Magnetics’ warehouse space by helping to condense down and increase efficiency on available storage space, freeing up valuable space. We then maximized their office work space in their existing warehouse. We expertly divided the space and assisted the client in creating a functional layout for their growing business needs.

Offices at El Jebel Renovation
Offices at El Jebel Renovation

MWGC renovated and remodeled this 34,285 square foo, 3 story office building. Office spaces, Restrooms, Conference Rooms, an Entertainment Room, and a Ball Room were each expertly designed and updated to provide functional spaces with a fresh look. Work was all done while the building was occupied.

Webb 8th & 9th Floor Remodel
Webb 8th & 9th Floor Remodel

MWGC was hired to complete a remodel of the 8th & 9th floors of the Wellington Webb Municipal building. Complex phasing was required as the building remained operational during the work day. MWGC worked between the hours of 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM and daytime hours on the weekends. Separation barriers were erected to protect the employee areas from dust and other particles. Services performed were the buildout of 3 new offices on the 8th floor and 6 new offices on the 9th floor.

Hollis+Miller Tenant Improvements
Hollis+Miller Tenant Improvements

Located inside the Riverwalk Building in Castle Rock, MWGC is assisted the architecture firm Hollis+Miller in the creation of their new office. The office is an open concept design built to increase interaction between employees.

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