Construction Services

VERTEX’s multi-disciplined team of architects, engineers, environmental scientists, and construction professionals are uniquely qualified to investigate damage to projects caused by weather events and/or construction defects in order to develop and price the proper scope of work and to implement repairs in a safe, timely, and quality fashion.

Construction Defect Repair

VERTEX’s award winning construction team performs reconstruction work with a focus on responsiveness, safety, and quality. In addition, we also maintain large single project and aggregate bonding programs so, if requested, VERTEX can provide performance and payment guarantees from a triple A-rated bonding company, which is rare in the reconstruction industry.

Insurance Restoration

Whether for water damage, fire and smoke damage, wind damage, vandalism, or microbial growth, the repairs to your property can be overwhelming. VERTEX maintains a unique blend of experts that include both construction professionals and forensic engineers that assist our clients in the repair and restoration of work as well as with interaction and correspondence between insurance carriers and adjusters. As restoration contractors, VERTEX is dedicated to providing smooth and efficient restoration or repair work with as little disruption to your operations as possible.

Deconstructive Testing

At VERTEX, deconstructive testing is carried out by specialists who understand architectural, structural, and material performance. VERTEX can provide this specialized demolition to better understand a possible defect or required repair.

General Restoration Work

VERTEX performs general restoration work for public and private owners to address architectural, civil, and structural issues on built projects. VERTEX frequently provides this work under stipulated sum, construction management, or design-build contracts.

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Key Personnel

Bob Bergeson

Bob Bergeson

Executive Vice President, Construction Contracting

Bob Bergeson, Executive Vice President of Construction Contracting, Tenant Improvement (TI) and Restoration, has been working in construction and management for over a decade. At VERTEX, his expertise has quickly expanded from construction project management to include the management of his division, General Construction; projects consisting of TI and Restoration. Mr. Bergeson’s work ethic and skills have brought excellent results in his work. He has been able to successfully manage hundreds of TI jobs on time and within budget over the years. 

News

VERTEX's Bill McConnell to Speak at ASC 2019 International Conference

April 11, 2019

On Friday, April 12th, VERTEX CEO, Bill McConnell, will be presenting at the ASC 2019 International Conference along with Carloine Clevenger, Assistant Director of Construction Engineering and Management at University of Colorado Denver. Learn more about VERTEX’s educational partnership with University of Colorado Denver. 2019 Theme: The Business of the Built Environment Join industry professionals who will…

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Expert Water Management + Comprehensive Insurance = Integrated Risk Management

April 9, 2019

Legionnaires’ Disease and Insurance  As the number of reported Legionella infections has increased, so has the number of lawsuits and claims. In reaction to the growing number of claims made asserting liability for illnesses related to exposure to Other Opportunistic Premise Plumbing Pathogens (OPPPs) and the higher standard of care that must be met to…

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VERTEX University Partners with Joshua N. Weiss, Ph.D.

April 4, 2019

VERTEX University has partnered with Joshua N. Weiss, Ph.D., the co-founder of the Global Negotiation Initiative at Harvard University, a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Negotiation Project, and President of Negotiation Works, Inc., to develop a series of courses (Conflict Analysis, Conflict Dynamics and Conflict Resolution) for the VERTEX team. Many of VERTEX’s projects involve…

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VERTEX is Contracted to Refresh a Denver Icon

March 8, 2019

  At the center of the circular soffit – sometimes referred to as “the mothership” by management – is the new elevator feature, the construction of which posed a number of challenges to both the design and construction. The previous elevator base had been wrapped in dark gray granite with a water feature draining into…

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VERTEX Acquires Compass Project Management, Inc.

January 18, 2019

The Vertex Companies, Inc. (VERTEX) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Compass Project Management, Inc. (Compass). “To VERTEX this acquisition is about joining forces with an amazing company whose mission and core values are aligned with ours.” said Jeff Picard, President of VERTEX. “Together we believe we will create more value to our employees and…

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Blog

2018 Hurricane Season

September 11, 2018

NOAA’s 2018 hurricane outlook was published in May, just before the official start of the hurricane season. Neil Jacobs, the assistant secretary of commerce for environmental prediction and observation, says that NOAA predicts between 10 and 16 named storms, with sustained winds of 39 mph or higher. The agency expects five to nine hurricanes, which have…

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Ladder Safety Training Video

April 11, 2018

According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), over 500,000 people are treated each year for ladder related falls. Whether you use a ladder out in the field, in your workplace or at home, safety should always be your number one priority.  At VERTEX, safety is part of our culture. We recently hosted…

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Occupational Health & Safety Standards in Canada

March 27, 2018

In Canada, Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) is covered by Acts (legislation) or statutes and other related regulations promulgated under federal, provincial, and/or territorial regulations. Regardless of jurisdiction, the key components of OH&S regulations in Canada are similar across the country. However, the details of the legislation, the mechanism of implementation, and enforcement may vary…

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Fire - How it Affects Structural Steel Framing

February 21, 2018

As forensic engineers, it is often our responsibility to assess the structural integrity of a building after a natural disaster or an event from unfortunate circumstances. It is also our responsibility to determine the necessary repairs that need to be made to the structural framing of the building in order to return it to a…

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Window Flashing 101 - The Proper Way to Flash a Residential Finned Window

January 30, 2018

The most prevalent of all window types is the residential grade window with a nailing fin. While the most prevalent, many engineers, architects, and general contractors lack an understanding of how to properly flash this type of window. Here are some tips and industry standards to watch for in your next residential finned window flashing installation. Window Flashing Basics…

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