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 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.
"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
The headquarters building for East Grand Fire Protection District #4 received a facelift courtesy of MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS (MWGC). The 10,500 square foot remodel of administrative office space and classroom space was completed August 8th 2014...
Work has begun on an addition to Sugarloaf Fire Protection District’s Station #1. The station, located ten miles west of downtown Boulder, was originally constructed in 1910 as a school house and was adapted for its current use in 1967. It is unmanned and used to store fire district equipment
Work has started on the City and County of Denver’s new Fire Training Simulator. The six story steel tower will be built alongside an existing five story training tower, and will be connected at the third and fifth levels. The new enclosed tower includes training features such as a burn
Aurora, CO –MW GOLDEN CONSTRUCTORS, Castle Rock, served as construction manager/general contractor for the renovation of Aurora Public Schools’ Educational Services Center. The Education Services Center is a multi-building campus and serves as the headquarters and nerve center for the district, which has in excess of 42,000 students. The 15,000