Turner Construction Awarded Two Renovation Projects at Cheyenne Mountain Resort

November 11, 2010

Turner was recently awarded both the Guestroom Renovation project as well as the Public Space Renovation project at Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, Colo. This will be the first major renovation at the hotel since the property came under new ownership and was partially overhauled in 1996.

The Guestroom Renovation project consists of the renovation of eight lodges (Clear, Cripple, Fountain, Quail, Elk, Bear, Buffalo, and Dove) totaling 321 guestrooms and corridors. Included within the 321 guestrooms are five suites and eight ADA rooms, in which five are existing and three will be new. 

The Public Space Renovation project consists of the renovation of public spaces including the Colorado Ballroom, Boardroom, Amphitheatre (EPR), Grand Rivers Room, White River Room, Kiva Rooms, Dove Room, Remington Rooms, Quail Room, and pre-function spaces located on the terrace and promenade levels. The hotel inclusive of its guestrooms and public spaces will operate fully for the length of this project in all areas outside of the construction.

One of the resort’s highest priorities is maintaining its AAA four-diamond status. This means investing in the property so that it stays up to date. Another motivation was the eventual resumption and completion of work on an expected competitor; the Renaissance Hotel on the north side of Colorado Springs.

Construction commenced in September 2010 on the Public Space Renovation work with an anticipated completion date of January 2011. The Guestroom Renovation project will commence in November 2010 with an anticipated completion date of April 2011.

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