Business is back for architecture, but the recession changed the game
"Looking around Denver these days, it's easy to see how the Great Recession changed the building environment. The forest of cranes that dominated the downtown skyline just a few years ago — as the state courts building, the Four Seasons hotel and the Colorado history museum were going up — now looks more like a few trees.
It's not all a sad story. Business is so strong now that Anderson's firm just added four new workers. Klipp brought back everyone it furloughed and bumped up seven employees this month. Slaterpaull is anticipating a 20 percent growth in revenues this year." Read more.