Work begins on Auraria Campus Project
MWGC crews began work August 18 on the Auraria Higher Education Center’s Panic Alarm. The almost $210,000 project calls for the installation of a new centralized security system in virtually every building on campus—more than thirty structures. The new system will allow each building to be armed or disarmed and doors to be locked or unlocked from one centralized location. “We’re excited to be involved in a unique project like this. Its importance can’t be understated—installing the infrastructure that will help ensure the security of one of the largest higher education campuses in the State of Colorado,” said Jason Golden, MWGC Vice-President.
MWGC completed a fire suppression system expansion and upgrade at AHEC in 2013. Other higher education projects delivered by MWGC include renovations to Arapahoe Community College’s Castle Rock campus and several projects for Colorado Mountain College’s Leadville and Dillon campuses.