Hard Hat Tour: The Prism – December 17

December 17, 2018

Join DAF for our December Hard Hat Tour at The Prism. The tour is on Monday, December 17 and will be guided by Fred Pax with Davis Partnership Architects and John Webber with GE Johnson.

About the tour: The Prism is a nine-story, 107,000 square-foot speculative office building. At the time of the tour, the project will be in the last month of construction with completion scheduled for early January 2019. The tour will include the first floor, which is comprised of the main lobby, some back-of-house rooms and raw retail space along 17th and Curtis Streets. The tour will also cover parts of floors two through nine, which will provide an interesting glimpse into this strikingly modern office building.

About the site:
 The Prism is part of a mixed-use project located on a 50,000 square-foot half-block site in the central business district of Downtown Denver. The complete development consists of residential, retail and offices with an ample supply of parking. The property is bordered by office buildings, hotels and restaurants in a dense part of the urban core. The Prism strikes a cutting profile on the 17th Street frontage, known as the “Wall Street of the Rockies.” The angular glass curtain wall offers dynamic reflections of surrounding buildings while giving the relatively small edifice a larger presence.

The cost of the tour is as follows:
DAF Member: $30
Non-member: $35
DAF Hard Hat Set: $40*
*The cost of a Hard Hat Set does not include admission; please also purchase a DAF Member or Non-member ticket to ensure your spot on the tour.

Description and rendering courtesy of Davis Partnership Architects.

Please bring your own PPE (hard hat, safety vest, safety glasses). If you don’t have your own PPE, you may purchase a DAF set. A limited number of loaner PPE sets will be available at the site. Please note, attendees are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather and must adhere to the following safety protocol:

  • Closed-toe sturdy shoes – Tennis shoes, high heels, sandals, flip flops and fashion boots are not acceptable footwear for the construction site. Boots do not have to be steel toe; they can be hiking boots as long as they are durable and at least ankle high.
  • Full-length pants or jeans (no shorts, capri pants, skirts or dresses) – Pants do not have to be jeans but they must be long enough to touch the top of your shoes.
  • Shirts with minimum four-inch sleeves.

Please note: Allow ample time for nearby street parking. As always, consider taking public transportation, Lyft or Uber – thank you.