Located along the front range of the Rocky Mountains, this beer distribution facility replaced an existing building. The owner preferred a design that was cohesive with Anheuser-Busch’s 1870’s Brew House in St. Louis, Mo. yet would easily tie into the surrounding natural terrain. Close coordination with the City of Littleton also was key to project success.
The end-result was a facility that features auburn brick, limestone and a mahogany wooden ceiling with trusses. Accented stained concrete floors welcome visitors into the lobby, which is designed to be multi-functional and allow for large gatherings outside the hospitality suite.
The warehouse has an exterior brick column at 40-feet-on-center to give relief to the large panel. The office has a metal-sloped roof to screen the rooftop mechanical units and a ridged entry extended into the lobby featuring wood timber beams and ceiling. Brick venner was used to match the modular brick.
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