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Architectural Firm MVE + Partners Opens Denver Office


Architecture and planning firm MVE + Partners is opening a new Denver studio as part of the firmís steady expansion. The new office, located in the cityís vibrant Uptown neighborhood at 1900 Grant St, boosts MVEís presence in the fast-growing region and positions it to better compete for projects in design and construction in Colorado, Utah, and Arizona.

The past decade has seen a population boom in urban and suburban Colorado (as high as 33% in nearby Broomfield), resulting in a pressing need for a new form of human scaled urbanism, city making, and for quality multifamily housing, office, retail, cultural amenities, and infrastructure.

Heading the new studio is Principal Richard Flierl, ASLA, a Colorado native who brings more than 30 years of urban design experience to the position, along with a unique understanding of the Rocky Mountain regionís development history and projected growth. Current projects incorporate the urban design of new towns, redevelopment visioning, along with architectural design of new build and the adaptive reuse of unique urban sites and historic buildings.

Two representative projects include the G3 Apartments in Salt Lake City, a 187-unit residential development that adjoins the Campus at Granary development and wraps around a new surf pool destination amenity. Downtown Laveen is a Master Plan in Phoenix that will transform a 90-acre farm and its historic farmhouse structures into a new mixed-use, agrarian-inspired downtown building based on the site's agricultural history and surrounding areas.

Flierl is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, a member of the Public Realm Council of the Downtown Denver Partnership and the former Vice Chairman of the Orange County District Council of the Urban Land Institute on Place, guiding the development of the Metropolitan Plan speaker, and has participated as a university design juror, panelist, and symposium leader on the topic of the authentic creation of place. He is a graduate of Colorado State University.

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