Celebrating 11 Years in Business

Celebrating 11 Years in Business

Coming off the heels of our 10 year anniversary, we’d like to take the time to reflect on how much our firm has grown and evolved.

Vertical Arts’ continual growth is helping shape our future. With our recent expansion into the Vail Valley, we hope to gain notoriety as a premier firm throughout Eagle County as well as Denver. By utilizing our multiple disciplines and pushing our design aesthetic and creativity, we look forward to continually progress as architecture and technology become more sophisticated. Although the custom home market is something we feel very passionate about, we hope to see VA designing more and more commercial and mixed use projects that will enliven the communities they are in for decades to come.

Each branch of our firm has emerged with its own unique culture that is true to the cities in which they reside. One thing that is common among all branches, however, is that our staff loves to embrace all that Colorado has to offer. From skiing, to biking, to the vast array of art and music, we truly live in an amazing place. We often find this fun-loving attitude helps us bond with our clients and the things they are interested in. It’s easy to find inspiration and connect the environment of each site into every aspect of our strategic planning and design process.

We like to pride ourselves on the level of care and service we bring to each project. We truly care about the needs and wants of the clients, and will work with them through every step of the process. We understand how important trust and communication is during the building process, and we see ourselves as liaisons for our clients. Through good listening and collaboration, we believe we can create a unique project that is true to the clients’ aesthetic, technical needs and budget.

If you’re interested in learning about how we can work together, send us a note at info@vertical-arts.com. We’d love to connect — check us out on Facebook and Twitter!

Cheers to another 10 years!

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