As Seen In The Denver Business Journal – April 26, 2016

Etkin Johnson will build a new facility for software company Accurence at the Colorado Technology Center.

Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners will build a 17,940-square-foot flex industrial building for Accurence, a software company that specializes in homeowner insurance claims inspection.

The facility will be built on 2.4 acres at 305 S. Arthur Ave. in the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville.

“We are very pleased to be developing a build-to-suit facility for this growing company,” said Ryan Good, executive vice president and partner at Etkin Johnson. “We’re excited for the opportunity to deliver Accurence a modern building that meets their specific needs and seamlessly reflects their culture and brand.”

Accurence is currently based in Westminster and develops desktop roofing software applications for insurance carriers and roofing contractors across the country. The new facility will house 59 employees and includes room for future growth.

“This project is a significant step for Accurence and comes at a time when the company is seeing its fastest growth,” said Jake Labrie, president of Accurence. “The new facility will have a great impact on the team and the company. We think this will help us attract great talent – a priority for any software company in today’s market.”

The new facility will contain office space and about 1,500 square feet of warehouse space. Accurence will relocate its operations from Westminster following the completion of the new building in February 2017.

Colorado Technology Center is a master-planned business park encompassing 580 acres. Etkin Johnson owns and manages a 900,000-square-foot portfolio there, with another 120,581 under construction at 2000 Taylor Ave.

Ware Malcomb is serving as project architect.