CMAR | Western Summit Constructors, Inc./Kiewit
To solve water loss issues and reduce operation and maintenance costs, Denver Water solicited the services of a construction manager at-risk (CMAR) to remove and replace the existing Ashland Storage Basin Facility, located in the historic Highlands neighborhood, which was originally constructed in the 1890s as an open-air reservoir with earthen bottoms.
What benefits CMAR offered Denver Water
The major work items on this $33 million project
How WSCI/Kiewit's pre-construction evaluation saved Denver Water $2.8 million