Community Projects

Community service is vital to the health and longevity of our local economy.  Wells Springs donates time and professional services for agencies strong in entrepreneurial spirit, free enterprise and self-sustainability.

Women’s Bean Project

Women's Bean Project a Wells Springs Community ProjectWells Springs was engaged in the spring of 2013 to assist WBP with site due-diligence for a possible building purchase in support their growing strategic plans.  

Our scope of work included assessing the remodel potential of various for-sale warehouse products in the Ballpark neighborhood. Our due-diligence findings and development budgets were used to present options to the Board of Directors and negotiate Purchase and Sales Agreements. 

 

“From the beginning David understood our needs and became a trusted part of our team. His expertise made us feel that we knew the right questions to ask to navigate our way through the construction process.”

– Tamra Ryan, Women’s Bean Project – CEO

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement a Wells Springs Community ProjectJunior Achievement owns one floor of their building at 14th and Market in Denver which was embarking on a substantial core & shell remodeling project.  Wells Springs represented JA to ensure their project cost allocation and risk exposure equalled their pro-rata share of the building.  

 

“David came highly recommended us by several community business leaders as a high integrity, knowledgeable project manager who could guide our organization through a complex construction project.

David was all they said he would be. His  expert advice was absolutely invaluable and we had a trusted partner working on our behalf.”

– Robin Wise, President/CEO, Junior Achievement–Rocky Mountain, Inc.