Construction Services

VERTEX provides General Contracting services for commercial interior projects spanning a wide range of client types.  We specialize in office, retail, medical, restaurant, and hospitality construction. VERTEX can construct projects with state of the art, high-end finishes as well as more moderate remodel designs. We are just as comfortable working for local business owners as we are for national tenants with strict brand specifications.

Pre-Construction Services

Planning is crucial to the success of any build and at VERTEX, our pre-construction services are taken very seriously.  From conceptual estimating to material review, VERTEX can help you understand if a project is financially feasible and/or provide value engineering options to get your project within budget. Throughout pre-construction phase, we aim to instill confidence that the project is well thought-out.

General Contracting

The VERTEX name brings with it decades of construction experience and a reputation for top-quality construction, safe work sites, and getting projects done on time and on budget. Not only do we understand the importance of your time and budget, but we also understand that exceeding expectations is why our clients return. Our office network allows us to focus on projects nationwide, both small and large.

Engineering Design Build

There are not many in the industry that offer true one-stop engineering design build services. Many who claim to have engineering design build services are not strong in all areas. VERTEX offers strong and consistent architectural services, engineering and construction management that are integrated within one dedicated team will improve quality and efficiency.

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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. 

Benjamin Fay

Benjamin Fay

Senior Project Manager, Tenant Improvement

Benjamin Fay is a Senior Project Manager for the Tenant Improvement Division of VERTEX. He has 5 years of superintendent experience as a team leader, estimator, construction manager and contract administrator. Specific responsibilities include: coordinating all site construction activities and supervising all field personnel as required to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality, supervising all trade and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities. Since he started at VERTEX in August of 2012, Mr. Fay has completed many large tenant Improvement projects in the Denver metro area. Prior to working for VERTEX, Mr. Fay was a Superintendent for a mid-sized general contractor in the Midwest working mostly on large public projects. 

James Boudreau

Senior Project Manager

James Boudreau has thirty-five years experience in the construction industry, performing construction management, general contracting and site maintenance. Experienced in surveying properties to assess damages, establishing detailed work plans, and managing repairs and maintenance. Duties include consulting with clients, architects, engineers, and contractors to review scope of work, overseeing costs, repairs and renovations, as well as on-site supervision of projects. 

News

VERTEX's CEO, Bill McConnell, to Present at AGC’s 2019 Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management

January 16, 2019

On Monday, January 28th, VERTEX CEO, Bill McConnell, will be presenting on the State of the Construction Industry at AGC’s 2019 Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management in Bonita Springs, Florida. AGC’s annual Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management focuses on the thought leaders in the field of construction risk management, including the…

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VERTEX's Henry Stormer Receives Certified Fire Protection Specialist Credential

January 10, 2019

Henry Stormer, National Fire Investigation Division Manager for VERTEX, was recently awarded the Certified Fire Protection Specialist credential. The Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS) credential was created in 1971 to recognize, through certification, qualified individuals who are dedicated to curtailing fire loss, both physical and financial, and who have acquired a level of professionalism through applied work…

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Happy Holidays from VERTEX

December 21, 2018

VERTEX would like to thank our clients, vendors, and employee-owners for your continuous support throughout 2018. Take some time during the holidays to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends.  Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a great start to 2019!

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VERTEX 2018 Charitable Giving Overview

December 4, 2018

Over the past 23 years, VERTEX has been able to support hundreds of organizations across North America. 2018 offered VERTEX the opportunity to support both new and returning charities, many of which were submitted by our employee-owners. Check out the 2018 highlights. A very big THANK YOU to our employee-owners for your charitable work and contributions….

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VERTEX Offers 3-Day Basic Consultant Methamphetamine-affected Property Initial Training

November 5, 2018

VERTEX’s Thomas Koch, CIH, MEPM, Vice President of Industrial Hygiene/EHS Services will be leading a 3-Day Basic Consultant Methamphetamine-affected Property Initial Training on November 27th to 29th, 2018 in our Denver office. This 3-day training course will cover topics about meth-affected property as well as an overview of related statutes and regulations. We will also discuss…

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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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Surprising Construction Defect on New Builds - Blocked Plumbing

September 25, 2017

The above images show PVC pipe partially filled with concrete and construction debris. This was photographed on-site at a new construction development. VERTEX served as an expert for this construction defect claim, filed by the property owner claiming faulty plumbing/drainage. Investigation of the plumbing revealed major blockage by construction debris, plaster and dried paint. Plumbing…

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The 2017 Hurricane Season - How it Compares

September 6, 2017

It is obvious that we are in the midst of a very active and dangerous hurricane season. The development of consecutive storms: Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, has a lot of people asking questions. Many are also struck by the intensity of the 2017 hurricane season. Harvey had record breaking rainfall with 51.88″ recorded. That’s now…

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How Construction Companies Should Approach the Upcoming OSHA Silica Standard Revision

August 30, 2017

As of September 23, 2017, many construction and manufacturing firms must comply with the revised construction and general industry Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards for respirable crystalline silica to reduce cases of lung cancer, silicosis, and other diseases in construction workers. Options for exposure control methods can be found on OSHA provided Table 1,…

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Potentially Dangerous Levels of Formaldehyde Discovered in Composite Wood Products

July 31, 2017

Just as some homeowners are moving into their brand-new homes, they have been advised by homebuilders and legal counsel to evacuate due to potentially dangerous levels of formaldehyde found in construction materials. For a recent report, see CBS News. Tom Koch, CIH MSEPM, VERTEX VP of Industrial Hygiene & EHS Services, has been busy scheduling…

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