Columbine Homes Modernization

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project at a glance

Columbine Homes consists of 200 low-income housing units in 42 buildings. Work was done in two phases. Phase one included many improvements. Grading and drainage improvements infill material, concrete work, storm sewer system, and new downspouts.  Landscaping improvements included removal of existing plant material, soil preparation, shrub planting, mulching, edging, drip irrigation, replacement of existing playground surface and concrete patios and walks.  Structural improvements included interior floor slab settlement, interior and exterior wall cracks and building settlement.  Public Service improvements included replacing the existing power lines with new underground service lines to all the units and replacing the existing gas meters with new meters.

Phase two was largely interior renovations including the removal and replacement of the following items: stoves, refrigerators, range hoods, cook tops, interior passage sets, window treatments and hardware, bathroom accessories, mirrors, medicine cabinets, kitchen and bathroom lavatories, plumbing fixtures, shower valves, shower heads, grab bars and lighting fixtures.  Additional work included selective demolition and replacement of tub surrounds in all ADA units and removal and replacement of interior wood doors and hinges that are unsalvageable and not in working order.

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