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In January 2000, Denver International Airport (DIA) was
the 6th busiest airport in the world, as well as one of the
most beautiful. Each year, millions of travelers marvel at
DIA<&27>'s striking construction, extensive artwork, and efficient
operation. Along with the many products supplied by Dalco
Industries, Inc. for use on several DIA projects, we are most
proud to be a material supplier to the airport<&27>'s largest concourse, Concourse B.

Opened in the Fall of 1999, Pepsi Center is set in the picturesque Platte River Valley just west of Downtown Denver. The 20,000-seat arena is the home for the NHL<&27>'s Colorado Avalanche, the NBA<&27>'s Denver Nuggets, numerous other sports, and a wide array of concerts and large meetings. recently, it was voted the best arena in the NBA due to it<&27>'s fan friendliness, ease of parking, and great food fare.

\"\"/Completed in 1995, Coors Field has revitalized the entire Lower Downtown district in Denver. Considered by many to be the premier stadium in the Major League Baseball, Coors Field couples a historic ballpark feel with all the amenities of the modern era. In 1998 it hosted the 69th All-Star Game, and in 2007 it hosted its first World Series.  Year after year, fans congregate here to cheer on MLB\\\'s Colorado Rockies.

\"\"/The Denver Public Library is one of the more creative buildings in the region. Its eye-catching aesthetics were constructed during a massive renovation project in the early 1990\\\'s. The library has enjoyed a renaissance to become a favorite stop for children and adults of all ages.

\"\"/The three building JD Edwards complex is located within the bustling Denver Tech Center. The growing software firm\\\'s state-of-the-art complex is their national headquarters. Located in the heart of the Denver Tech Center, the complex houses some of the region\\\'s latest cutting edge technology.

\"\"/The Omni Interlocken Hotel is built in one of the state\\\'s fastest growing regions, the US-36 corridor between Denver and Boulder. Nestled among emerging technological parks and sprawling office complexes, this four-star hotel contains 200 rooms and all the necessities for the business traveler and vacationer alike.

\"\"/Denver Pavilion, located in the heart of Downtown Denver, is one of the city\\\'s biggest shopping and entertainment attractions. It is home to some of the country\\\'s biggest and most recognizable retailers and restaurants. The Pavilions are routinely listed as one the city\\\'s top tourist destinations.



The new Northern Water Reclamation Facility for the City Of Colorado Springs has a treatment capacity of 20 million gallons per day. It\\\'s being constructed to meet ever increasing EPA regulations, to accommodate growing population on the north and northeast sides of the city, and to alleviate the demand on the current waste water collection and treatment systems.




The Hyatt Regency at The Colorado Convention Center is scheduled to open in late 2005. This massive 1.25 million SF hotel will house 1100 rooms over 37 floors. Included is over 60000 SF of meeting space, making it the premier destination for Colorado\\\'s conventioneers. Located on the west edge of Denver\\\'s panoramic downtown, the hotel will offer picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains and the Platte Valley.


The Denison Memorial Library will serve as a hub of \"\"/medical knowledge and a key resource for healthcare information for the Rocky Mountain region. The 116,000 SF library will include offices, reference areas, as well as a learning resource center, space for databases, material storage, education and health periodicals, study spaces, the History of Medicine collection, and specialized building support spaces.




The Discovery Canyon K-12 school in Colorado Springs will serve students for generations to come. This institution is the first of its kind with fully integrated special Pre K-12 curriculum focusing on the \\"technical sciences.\\" When finished, this 400,000 SF facility will service nearly 3000 students on a campus of nearly 80 acres adjacent to Colorado Springs. Grade levels will be implemented in throughout the run of the project with completion due in the Fall of 2007  


\"\\"\\"\"The Denver Metro Water project at 64th and York is ongoing, with DALCO getting the participating contractors everything from simple cure, column tubes, and patches, to advanced waterstops and special fabrications, as well as miscellaneous items.  The project will serves thousands of future water users in the metro area.


\"\\"\\"\"/DALCO is proud to be involved with literally thousands of Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) projects over the past two decades.  We have been able top work on the massive T-Rex project in the south Denver Metro area, scores of bridges in urban and far-flung locales, and expansion, resurfacing, and various projects across the Centennial State.  All types of highway castings and materials from DALCO litter the states expansive highway system.


In ad\"\"/dition to our work with the original construction of Denver International Airport, DALCO continues to work with the expansion, repair, and maintenance of the airport.  Being one of the busiest airports in the United States, a large amount of manpower and construction is required to keep DIA up to date with the latest safety standards and flyer expectations.  A major job of DALCO is the ongoing runway repair.