Jim Black Construction works within a multitude of different projects- anywhere from residential, commercial, industrial or residential. We pride ourselves on our ability to work on a variety of different projects, and for the past 7 months, one of our projects was the remodeling of the Adams County Fire Station #12.
The remodel was something very close to our hearts as we strongly support our community fire fighters. In fact, several of our close friends work for varying fire departments throughout the Colorado area. So needless to say, we we’re excited to move forward with this remodel. Seven months later, we were invited to the open house to see the unveiling of our final efforts.
The point people for this project were Jimmy, our COO, Bryan, our Project Manager, Tony our Superintendent (and one of our longest standing employees), and our architect from Allred & Associates, Brad. All of them worked alongside Chief Laurienti, Chief Sunderland and Captain Bush throughout every step of the process. Nothing was done unless it received the approval of the fire staff. After all, they were the ones that were going to be spending the majority of their time there, so their approval was key.
When we arrived to the open house we just assumed that we would be present for the unveiling of the new fire station and then we would stay for mingling afterwards. However, we were pleasantly surprised to discover that the Adams County Fire Station had actually created a very lovely plaque for Jim Black Construction as a token of their appreciation for all of our hard work and effort. They spoke about how much they appreciated us as a company and about how much they loved the new station. It was an honor, and a true surprise to receive that plaque from a group of people we admire so much.
Overall, we had an amazing time at the open house, and were so proud of our team for overseeing and completing such a massive undertaking for the Adams County Fire Rescue. We truly do have an amazing team, and we see proof of that every time we complete a project.