Owner
Adams County Housing Authority
Architect
KTGY Group
Location
Thornon, CO
Project Size
226,800 sf
Delivery
CM/GC
Core Market
The Village of Yorkshire was a phased, occupied renovation of a 1970’s era, 200-unit public rental property with 10 three-story wood framed buildings and a club house. Scope includes renovations to building exteriors, interiors and site. 
 
Scope included new siding and windows; new interior finishes, cabinetry and millwork; plumbing and electrical fixtures. Asbestos abatement and interior demolition was Pinkard-contracted. Total project building area is approximately 226,800 sf.
 
To accommodate owner needs on this occupied property, Pinkard phased construction on a two-building at a time basis. Construction sequencing and resident relocation schedules were closely coordinated with Adams County Housing Authority. 
 
The project was designed and constructed to meet Enterprise Green Communities Criteria including erosion control measures; efficient irrigation; HVAC performance; Energy Star rated lighting, appliances and roofing; low/no VOC paints and adhesives; construction waste management; Green Label carpets; advanced water-conserving plumbing fixtures; occupancy controlled bathroom fans; and mold prevention measures.
 
Funding for this project included federal funds under HOME, CDBG, Public Housing, and the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) programs.
 
Core Market
Green Features

erosion control measures; efficient irrigation; HVAC performance; Energy Star rated lighting, appliances and roofing; low/no VOC paints and adhesives; construction waste management; Green Label carpets; advanced water-conserving plumbing fixtures; occupancy controlled bathroom fans; and mold prevention measures