Entries by ECI

5 Tips for Surviving Work-From-Home Life

This spring has brought about numerous unprecedented changes in the way we conduct our daily work lives. For many of us in the Colorado construction industry, this includes working solely from home for what could be the first time. At first it sounds like a dream – pajamas all day, your kitchen only steps away, […]

7 Colorado Parks to Visit This Summer

We’re not going to sugarcoat it – the beginning of spring is shaping up to be a rough season for Colorado (and for the rest of the world). But since we’re a “glass half full” kind of company, we like to focus on the silver lining and provide hope whenever possible. The good news is […]

Leading the Charge: Selina Cook Steps into Role of Chief Operating Officer

She’s the woman with the plan, the accountability officer, and the ultimate doer when it comes to getting stuff done. For nearly 17 years, Selina Cook’s vision and leadership has played a fundamental part in shaping ECI’s history, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome her into the new role of Chief Operating Officer! […]

A Win for the Home Team: Jefferson County Public Schools

After many months of hard work, we are pleased to announce that the Jefferson County Public Schools Field Improvement project was finished in late November.   The ECI team began the massive project in April 2019, and we are proud to share that this was ECI’s largest contract to date.  ECI was hired by Jefferson […]

19 ECI Highlights of 2019

Raise a glass – it’s time to cheers to another year. With 2019 almost in the rearview, we thought we’d take a moment to reflect back on all the excitement ECI has seen throughout the past 12 months. Without further ado, let’s delve into the top 19 things that have happened in 2019:   Completed […]

The Home Stretch: Restoring the Big Thompson Legacy

When the rain started falling in Colorado in September 2013, no one expected it to turn into one of the most destructive floods in our state’s history. After a few days of intense rainfall, numerous regions were left with demolished roads, bridges, parks, homes and waterways. The path to revitalization has been a slow-moving one, […]