SAFEBuilt back on growth track
The people at SAFEBuilt, a building inspection firm, also are looking forward to it, hoping the project will lead to work for its crews.
SAFEBuilt has good reason to believe it will, in fact, land the job; Denver-based Alberta Development Partners, the developer that recently acquired the mall, has worked with SAFEBuilt in the past.
SAFEBuilt gave its blessing to The Streets at SouthGlenn, an Alberta mall in Centennial completed in 2009.
Getting the Foothills Mall gig would be the latest piece of good news for a company that has been growing all year.
As a result of the relatively brighter outlook in construction, SAFEBuilt is celebrating its 20th year in business with a 45 percent increase in employee numbers and a year-over-year revenue jump that could be as large as 35 percent.
SAFEBuilt serves as an independent inspector for municipalities in Colorado and in other markets across the country, helping to ensure that construction projects within those municipalities conform to safety codes.
Headquartered in Loveland, SAFEBuilt does business in Georgia, Michigan and
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