The Boulder Jewish Community Center‘s (Boulder JCC’s) new building project began in earnest during the last weeks in December, as large dirt moving equipment began rolling onto the site. While most of Boulder was on holiday break, the crew from Calcon Constructors, the company contracted to construct the new community building, began the process of grading the property and clearing it of all remaining debris.
Currently, the Boulder JCC has received its Grading, Utility, Temporary Trailer and Fence Permits, which have enabled work to commence on the site. In addition, the formal documents for the Building Permit have been accepted by the City of Boulder and are under review. During this time, there is a tremendous amount of site work that needs to occur to prepare the site for the building construction. The issued site permits have allowed the JCC and Calcon to move forward to prepare the site.
While winter weather may stop some people, the cold and snow are no match for us,” shared Keith Timm, Boulder JCC’s Project Manager and Owner’s Representative of Capstone. “Construction is moving full steam ahead, and we will blaze through the winter months.”
Please note that the entire Boulder Jewish Commons site at the corner of Cherryvale and Arapahoe is now a construction site. For safety reasons, access is limited and restricted to construction personnel. Please contact Jonathan Lev, Executive Director, to discuss further if you have any questions.
The JCC will be posting pictures regularly so that you can stay abreast of what’s happening, and in the coming weeks, the JCC will have a real time webcam sharing minute by minute photos of the work on the site. View the process and progress at www.boulderjccbuilding.com.