Denver Diner

Denver Diner


When a fire broke out in the kitchen of the Denver Diner in October of 2014, employees and customers were forced out into the street as the fire spread. The Denver Diner is an iconic restaurant in the city, so cleaning out the building and repairing damage needed to be done efficiently and effectively. In order to protect human and environmental health, DS Environmental was hired to test for regulated hazardous building materials that may have been exposed due to the fire, or could be exposed when renovations began. The total budget for the revitalization of the Denver Diner was around $1.4 million dollars, and DS Environmental was involved throughout the year long process to help ensure the construction team was operating within state and federal regulations.

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