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MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS is an award-winning firm that has been providing professional construction services throughout Colorado’s Front Range and mountain towns for more than thirty years. We take pride in building some of the state’s most recognizable schools, fire stations, libraries and other local and regional landmarks, as well as a wide range of commercial and industrial buildings. Each project is expertly designed and built to establish a sense of place in its respective community. While our experience enables us to tackle any challenge, our size allows for intimate involvement in each project, guaranteeing the highest level of teamwork and client satisfaction. We welcome the opportunity to assist with your construction needs and look forward to developing an enduring relationship with you.

SUBCONTRACTOR QUOTE:
"MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS is the most professional general contractor we've encountered in our 41 years in the subcontracting business."
- Quote from Mike Roschak - Owner

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MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS celebrates Philips S Miller Park’s Grand Opening

MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS celebrated Philips S Miller Park’s grand opening on Saturday, May 14. 2016. MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS attended the grand opening of their recently completed project at Philip S. Miller Park on Saturday, May 14, 2016. The grand opening celebrated the construction of the new park Plaza, Millhouse, and

MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS awarded Aspen Country Inn Renovation

MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS was recently awarded a preconstruction service contract for the $2.9 million Aspen Country Inn renovation in Aspen, CO. The Aspen Country Inn is an affordable housing community that has been in service since 1999 and has a total of 39 units. The project requires a qualified team

MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS Wins Two Best Project Awards

Engineering News Record magazine has presented MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS with two 2015 Best Project Awards for projects the company completed in 2014. MWGC’s projects competed with nearly 100 other entries in the contest, which “were judged on design and construction quality, contribution to the community and the industry and how