Steamboat Springs Ron McKenzie, chairman and founder of Steamboat Springs-based TIC Holdings, is retiring from the company. His last day is Tuesday. McKenzie founded the heavy industrial contractor in 1974.
The company was acquired by Nebraska-based Kiewit last year.
Local architects earn honor from magazine
Keith Kelly and Tim Stone, principals at Kelly and Stone Architects in Steamboat Springs, have been recognized as two of the top 20 architects younger than 40 by Mountain Living magazine.
According to the magazine, "when the duo is working, they aren't looking for ways to incorporate their personal style into a design. On the contrary, what gets the principals : excited is mixing things up."
Jake's Drafting president earns LEED certification
James "Jake" Henry, owner and president of Jake's Drafting Service, has earned LEED accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council. With this accreditation, Jake's Drafting Service now houses three design professionals to assist their clients in the design and construction of buildings that will earn LEED certification, according to a news release.
LEED, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is widely recognized as the standard in the design, construction and operation of green buildings.
Pine Grove Dental Arts to hold an open house
The new Pine Grove Dental Arts office will hold an open house from 3 to 7 p.m. July 10. Dr. Curtis Comeau, Dr. Bill Schwartz and Dr. Steven Diehl have joined to better serve Northwest Colorado, according to a news release. They'll share renovated space in the Pine Grove Center, where Comeau has been located for 25 years. The office also offers expanded hours and new technology.
The July 10 open house will include barbecue catered by C's and music by D.J. Tanner. The office also will give away several Sonicare toothbrushes.
More information is available at http://pinegrovedentalarts.com.
Fortress Investment pays no 2nd-quarter dividend
Fortress Investment Group, the parent company of Intrawest, announced Wednesday that it chose not to pay a dividend in the second quarter of 2009. Intrawest is the parent company of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.
"The board elected to retain capital for potential future investment opportunities and for working capital purposes," according to a news release.
Fortress, an alternative asset manager, hasn't paid dividends in a year. It declared a second quarter cash dividend of about 23 cents per Class A share for the quarter ending June 30, 2008. Shares closed at $3.25 Friday. They've been as high as $13.85 and as low as 77 cents during the past year.