Mortenson has been building projects that define Colorado since 1981. Superior performance throughout Colorado consistently places Mortenson one of the top builders in the state.
Mortenson Denver offers our more than 500 salaried and craft team members a fun and challenging, yet very rewarding environment to advance their careers. Serving private and public sectors, the Denver office maintains a partnering philosophy as the core of its business relationships.
Because of our diverse and extended history and exceptional team, the Denver office focuses on a wide range of markets. We are serving our customers in the following markets: corporate, healthcare, higher education, renewable energy, manufacturing, hospitality, sports, bioscience, infrastructure, museums, performing arts, and municipal (libraries, civic, public assembly).
Our customer-centric approach allows us to form positive relationships. In fact, 80% of our business comes from repeat client work.
Vice President, General Manager
Maja serves as vice president and general manager of the Denver office, overseeing all aspects of Mortenson's Colorado operations, including preconstruction, construction, and business development activities. She has earned LEED AP accreditation, is a member of ASHE and AHA, and is involved with numerous foundations and community boards, including the Denver Metro Economic Development Council and the Denver Health and Hospital Foundation. She is a graduate of Leadership Denver and serves on the board of directors for the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation.
Some of the many projects Maja has been involved with include the Exempla St. Joseph's Replacement Hospital in Denver; the new Ralph L. Carr Colorado Justice Complex in Denver; Exempla Good Samaritan Hospital in Lafayette, Co; Exempla Lutheran North Pavilion in Wheat Ridge, CO; and multiple projects for the Denver Health and Hospital Authority in Denver.
Vice President, Operations
Dale is responsible for executive oversight of all construction and field operations, and the accounting and scheduling departments. He is a board member of the ABC’s Rocky Mountain Chapter, a board member of the finance council at Blessed John XXIII Church, and is active in the Boy Scouts of America.
The many projects Dale has been involved with include the Denver Art Museum Frederic C. Hamilton Building in Denver; the Cherry Creek North Redevelopment Phase III JW Marriott Hotel in Denver; and the Whiteman Air Force Base Maintenance Docks and Airfield Paving effort in Knob Noster, MO.
Field Operations Manager
John has 35 years of construction experience, and serves as field operations manager, providing direct oversight, organization, and coordination of field construction activities and ensures that construction is completed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. He also ensures work is completed safely and monitors quality workmanship by all trades and team members.
Some of the many projects John has been involved with include Coors Field and the Pepsi Center Arena, Park Place Lofts in downtown Denver, and the Stapleton Redevelopment project.
Director of Project Development
Gene serves as director of project development for the Denver office, acting as a strong advocate for Mortenson's construction management, design-build and development services throughout Colorado. A team member since 2003, Gene has earned the designation of LEED© Accredited Professional and Associate DBIA© and has managed multiple large-scale healthcare and sports projects across the United States.
Gene's focus is on the growth of our business in Colorado, identifying new markets and strategy and collaborating with our customers and partners to develop solutions that will transform project concepts into reality. He believes our success is built upon our ability to understand and add value to our customers' and partners' organizations and the investments we make to improve the communities where we live and work.
Director of Preconstruction
Clay serves as director of preconstruction and his responsibilities includes overseeing preparation of budget estimates, value engineering, systems cost analysis, scheduling of both design and construction activities, subcontract negotiation and award, project administration, scheduling and cost control. He is LEED-Accredited Professional, holds a DBIA Certificate of Designation, is 2011 Board Chair of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Colorado chapter, and is a member of NAIOP and the Commercial Real Estate Development Association.
Some of the projects that Clay has been involved with include the Broadmoor Development – Brownstones in Colorado Springs, CO; and numerous projects at the Army base in Fort Carson, Colorado including the 4th Infantry Division BCT-H Company Operations and Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities, the Wilderness IBCT Complex Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility and the Engineering and Division Headquarters Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility.
- 1800 Larimer Office Building Denver, Colorado
- Commerce City Civic and Justice Center Commerce City, Colorado
- Coors Field Colorado Rockies Baseball Stadium Denver, Colorado
- Denver Art Museum Frederic C. Hamilton Building Denver, Colorado
- Denver Health Pavilion for Women and Children Denver, Colorado
- Denver International Airport Concourse B Denver, Colorado
- Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Exempla Lutheran Medical Center Northeast Addition Wheat Ridge, Colorado
- National Renewable Energy Lab Science and Technology Facility Golden, Colorado
- Pepsi Center Denver, Colorado
- Ritz-Carlton Hotel Denver, Colorado
- RTD Elati Light Rail Maintenance Facility Englewood, Colorado
- University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus Research II Aurora, Colorado
- Vestas Blade Facility Windsor, Colorado