Affiliations

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Peak Concrete has been in business since 1983.

Commercial Applications Residential Applications
  • Structural Concrete
  • Foundations
  • Retaining Walls
  • Beams
  • Piers/Columns
  • Flatwork/Slabs/Curb & Gutter
  • Advanced, Symons and BB Plywood Forming Systems
  • Foundations
  • Patios & Sidewalks
  • Driveways
  • Color Concrete Finishes
  • Exposed Aggregate
  • Stamped Concrete

 

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One of Colorado's largest painting and wall coverings contractors. Capable of commercial and residential painting of all types. Our experience in custom wallpapering, drywall repair, and all types of architectural coatings has helped establish us with many general contractors along the front range. In business since 1984.

 

 

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Art C. Klein Construction, Inc. acquired A Cut Above the Rest Concrete Sawing & Drilling, LLC in 1999. We specialize in core drilling, electrical and gas slab sawing, wall and hand sawing, cosmetic saw cutting and soff cut sawing.

 

 

BRUCE W. BARR, AIA ARCHITECT

dba Art C. Klein Construction, Inc.
Bruce Barr and David Hentschel are employed through Art C. Klein Construction, Inc., operating as Bruce W. Barr, AIA, Architect. Our relationship with Art is unique in that although he is our primary employer, we operate as an independent division, regardless of job status.

The Architectural Division of Art C. Klein Construction Inc. was originally established in 1981 in response to a specific need for a selective group of clients, with which Art had developed an on-going relationship over the years. The Architectural Division grew ever stronger with the popular trend to use the design/build process for the construction. This turned out to be the major survival tactic that pulled us through the lean years of the late 1980s. When we emerged, we found we had established a reputation as a quality design team.

Our philosophy is to provide a thorough and complete architectural service from project conception to completion. Our moral responsibilities and code of ethics obligate us to serve the best interest of the client, and above all, life safety issues and regulations are of paramount importance, regardless of who the General Contractor is.