Spur construction

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CSU Spur officially broke ground May 5 on the first of three buildings as part of the future National Western Center. 

The first building at CSU Spur is named Vida and will focus on animal and human health, leveraging CSU’s world-class veterinary medicine program; hosting the second location of CSU’s Temple Grandin Equine Center, which provides equine-assisted activities and therapies to humans with a range of needs; and partnering with the Dumb Friends League to offer a donor-subsidized clinic for companion animals while providing hands-on education for CSU veterinary students.

As an essential function, the project construction remains on schedule, joining ongoing construction efforts on the site by the City and County of Denver.

  • Vida: 114,000 sq. ft. / February 2022 completion
  • Food & Ag (name TBA): 60,000 sq. ft. / April 2022 completion
  • Water (name TBA): 122,000 sq. ft. / September 2022 completion

JE Dunn is the general contractor on the CSU Spur project; and CAA ICON is managing the CSU Spur project. The Clark Enersen Partners is the design team for the Vida building.

Media: find renderings, photos, and b-roll here.

Live construction cam at CSU Spur

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