Corporation completed our 4,400 sq. ft. retail facility
on November 28th 2000. We are very pleased with the experience
we had with MBI. The project was our first of this
magnitude. Denise and Raju went above and beyond the call of duty
helping us thru this process. I would highly recommend them to
anyone seeking a commercial builder. Everything, down to the
littlest detail, was completed within budget and on time.
Please, feel free to stop by and visit our facilities.
I would be happy answering any questions you should have regarding
our experience with MBI Corporation.
COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
the voters of Weld County School District 6 approved a $62.5
million bond for the purpose of building Northridge High School
and remodeling Brentwood Middle School, John Evans Junior High,
Heath Junior High, Franklin Middle School, Maplewood Middle School,
Central High School and West High School; and
the Board of Education of Weld County School District 6 directed
that the projects be completed with as little disruption to the
educational process as possible; and
the projects were completed on time and within budget;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of Weld County
School District 6 gratefully acknowledges MBI Corporation for
the professional and timely completion of the District 6 Stadium
highly recommend MBI Corporation for work on any projects
you may be considering. AMI is currently completing construction
on the $1.7 million dollar ADA compliance contract here
at Colorado State University. This project is not only highly
complicated with over 72 building renovations that involve construction
from modifying existing restrooms to complete new installation
of additional elevators in buildings but, it is also a very high
profile project with direct interest of the President of the campus.
MBI is doing an outstanding job both coordinating the
work progress and keeping the many clients informed as to
the progress in there facilities.
would highly recommend MBI Corporation to any possible work that
you may be considering them for.
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS
was the Director of the Career Center at Colorado State University
from October 1995 until April 1998. During that time Ammons Hall,
a historic building on the Colorado State campus, was renovated
for occupancy by the Career Center. The General Contractor for
the project was the MBI Corporation. I believe the Ammons renovation
was approximately $1,200,000.00 in size and nine months
Rasmuson was the Project Supervisor for MBI and he and the rest
of the MBI team did a terrific job of managing the completion
of the project. Renovation projects are always difficult because
they always seem to involve surprises and any construction project
has complications. The Ammons project was underway when the
immense summer flood of 1997 hit and it also had several unexpected
discoveries as the project progressed.
Rick and the MBI staff did a wonderful job of handling the project
as originally conceived, surviving and cleaning up after the flood,
and finding ways to overcome the surprises uncovered in the building.
My strongest statement is that I found the MBI team easy
to work with. They were willing to discuss and investigate alternate
methods of completing portions of the project as the surprises
in the building or changes in our thinking revised the scope or
direction of the project. One item clearly stands out in my memory.
As I noted earlier, Ammons is one of the historic buildings on
the campus. During the construction process several of the historic
elements in the building were damaged. MBI and the project design
team spent hours and days on a nationwide search to find appropriate
replacement materials for the damaged items. This was impressive
because it showed their concern and it insured the maintenance
of the quality of the building.
strongly recommend the use of MBI. They did a great job
for us. Please feel free to call if you have questions.
letter is in reference to MBI Corporation and the excellent
job they are in the process of completing for us.
am the owner of a small industrial property that houses Rand-Scot,
Inc., a medical device manufacturer. My tenant required additional
warehouse and manufacturing space. It was desired that we add
to the existing property rather than relocate to a larger facility.
worked with us and with the city authorities to obtain clearance
for our project, a 7,000 square foot addition.
a small project, the execution was complicated by stringent city
review and difficult access soil, fire safety problems, as well
as cost constraints. The property adjoins a nature area that has
over 15 civic and environmental groups involved in overseeing
a 2-year period MBI and their sub-contractors worked with
us through the conceptual, planning and architectural stages.
Often dealing with city personnel on problem issues.
of MBI's attention to detail and realistic planning, we
have been able to continue to manufacture in our building as the
new one sprouted around us. There has been almost no interruption
of our scheduled production.
GYMNASTICS & DANCE
letter is to notify you that we would be happy to give a reference
to any of your prospective customers. We continue to be pleased
with our building and strongly feel that the continual communication
between us, you, Larry the architect, and the primary subcontractors
was as critical to the outstanding outcome as was the attention
to detail and quality workmanship of your crew.
free to have your prospects contact us any time, or tour our building.
We are very proud of it.