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Prescient, a Colorado innovator in construction technology, shutting down its Arvada plant

Construction-tech company Prescient, which fabricated components for multi-family buildings, is closing its Arvada factory and laying off 60 employees, according to a letter the company sent to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment on Thursday.“This action is expected to be permanent, and upon conclusion of the shutdown activities the company would be closed,” Sandra Espiritu-Orte...

Construction-tech company Prescient, which fabricated components for multi-family buildings, is closing its Arvada factory and laying off 60 employees, according to a letter the company sent to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment on Thursday.

“This action is expected to be permanent, and upon conclusion of the shutdown activities the company would be closed,” Sandra Espiritu-Ortega, the company’s chief human resources officer wrote in a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act letter filed with the state on Aug. 31, the date when layoffs were expected to begin.

John Vanker and Michael Lastowski founded Prescient on Sept. 1, 2012, in a large Broomfield garage, using state-of-the-art technology, including robotic welders, to produce panels, trusses and other components for apartment buildings, hotels, senior centers and student dorms.

The company integrated its design software tightly into the manufacturing process, and turned to designers, engineers and software programmers based in Eastern Europe to help lower costs. Once fabricated, those components were assembled at construction sites, speeding up construction times and saving clients money.

In the summer of 2017, the company moved its headquarters from Arvada, where it employed about 300 people, to Durham, N.C. The Arvada plant, however, remained open and its address is listed as the point of contact in the WARN letter.

Espiritu-Ortega didn’t respond to a request for information on whether the entire company was closing, but that seems likely based on the language in her letter.

Prescient has contributed in the construction of 90 buildings covering 13.2 million square feet to date in Colorado, according to the company’s website. Among its projects are Park 17, Radius Uptown Apartments, Civic Lofts, Alexan Arapahoe Square, Edison Lofts at Rino, a new dormitory at Colorado Christian University and a hotel, the Hyatt House Belmar.

Despite winning numerous contracts in Colorado and across the country, Prescient has struggled in recent years. The company laid off 50 workers at its Arvada plant earlier this year and shut down its North Carolina plant last year. A listing on LoopNet shows its facility at 14401 W. 65th Way in Arvada at 388,489 square feet.

Two days before Prescient filed, Broomfield-based Aktiv Pharma Group informed the state it would be laying off 70 workers at three of its locations in Broomfield and Fort Collins.

“Unfortunately, due to unexpected circumstances, the company must shut down substantially all of its operations,” CEO Amir Genosar wrote in his WARN letter.

Based in Broomfield, Aktiv was an innovator in auto injectors. One of its leading devices contained Atropine, which can be injected to counteract organophosphate poisoning including nerve agents and poisonous mushrooms.

‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’ weaves a tapestry of classic songs and female empowerment at Arvada Center

The first production of the Arvada Center’s 2023-2024 theatre season traces the story of an American music icon.Carole King wrote the music for an entire generation — Including such classics as "I Feel the Earth Move," "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" and "Beautiful." That last one provides the title track to “...

The first production of the Arvada Center’s 2023-2024 theatre season traces the story of an American music icon.

Carole King wrote the music for an entire generation — Including such classics as "I Feel the Earth Move," "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" and "Beautiful." That last one provides the title track to “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” which tells the story of the singer/songwriter’s incredible rise to fame through the songs she’s become known for.

Emily Van Fleet, who plays Carole King in the production, remembers hearing these songs during family road trips.

“I learned about Carole King, I think like a lot of people of my generation, from my parents who grew up with ‘Tapestry’ and kind of came into their own as adults with this soundtrack of Carole King music,” Van Fleet said.

She adds that she loves how the show focuses on King’s earlier years, and the songs she and her husband, Gerry Goffin, wrote for other, more popular artists when they were still “kind of nobodies.”

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Ty-Gabriel Jones returns to the Arvada Center for this show, after appearing in its production of “Damn Yankees” earlier this year. In Beautiful, they play one of The Drifters. The group had a hit with King’s song, “Up on the Roof,” in 1963.

“I think it would be really easy for me to say, this is a nostalgic show, but I think that's really hollow today,” Jones said. “People are writing music that is written to go viral via TikTok. People are writing things for a very specific generation. They know that that's the vehicle that's going to send it where they want it to go. And I think this is tapping back into storytelling outside of the musical theater genre of music.”

Beautiful looks at the music business during a time when hits were coming out of music factories, in King’s case, the storied Brill Building in New York. The central story is a joyous celebration of female empowerment, but it still manages to include the songs that everyone couldn’t stop dancing to.

Choreographer Kelly Van Oosbree took some of her cues from other shows covering this time period, like The Jersey Boys and Ain't Too Proud. Van Oosbree said it was fun to create movement for the Great American Songbook, calling it “some of the best music — best dance music — that's ever been written.”

“So it was super, super fun, not only to research the time period and the types of popular dances that were happening in the late ‘50s, early ‘60s, mid-’70s,” she said, “but (also) these particular artists — the Drifters, the Shirelles, and little Eva for ‘The Locomotion.’ And this particular group of actors (and) dancers are really super talented.”

Though it’s easy to call Beautiful a jukebox musical, Van Fleet thinks that label isn’t big enough for this show. Instead, she sees it as staying true to the essence of King’s life and her journey to discover her own voice, “culminating in this beautiful album of Tapestry that we all know and love.”

“This feels like a play where I get to sing Carole King songs,” Van Fleet said. “For me, personally, it's such a journey that we go on and it's very true to her life and her memoir.”

Jones says they are grateful to be who they are in this time in the theater.

“Because all these stories that we tell in theater, this one very much included, tells another layer of that enchilada,” they said. “What were the things that the advocates and the pioneers in the past did and worked through and schlepped through so that I could be who I am and I could tell their story as a more free individual.”

“Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” launches the Arvada Center's theatre season on Friday, Sept. 8 and runs through Sunday, Oct. 15.

Editor's Note: The Arvada Center is a financial supporter of CPR, but has no editorial influence.

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Homefill opens household goods refill store in Olde Town Arvada

Kim Whitehead started with a simple mission; to help people minimize waste.Whitehead is the owner of Homefill, a refill store with a location in Denver that opened six years ago and recently opened a location in Olde Town Arvada on Nov. 25. The shop sells natural household products ranging from shampoo, lotions, cleaning supplies, dish soap, cooking oils, flour, seasonings, makeup wipes, cookware and other household necessities.Customers can bring in thei...

Kim Whitehead started with a simple mission; to help people minimize waste.

Whitehead is the owner of Homefill, a refill store with a location in Denver that opened six years ago and recently opened a location in Olde Town Arvada on Nov. 25. The shop sells natural household products ranging from shampoo, lotions, cleaning supplies, dish soap, cooking oils, flour, seasonings, makeup wipes, cookware and other household necessities.

Customers can bring in their own containers or purchase reusable containers at the shop, Whitehead said — a practice she says will reduce the prevalence of single-use plastics.

“My goal is truly to help people contribute less waste,” Whitehead said. “We sell all-natural products, which reduce single-use plastics so people can look around their house, at everything they buy over and over again, and kick the (single use) container to the curb.”

The Arvada location of Homefill has both a retail license and a food license, allowing the shop to include sugar, grains, nuts, oatmeal and teas in its inventory. Whitehead said she also offers accessories from companies that are focused on sustainability, including compost bins made out of fiber, shampoo and conditioner bars and beeswax wraps for food storage.

When Whitehead set out to open her first Homefill location, she looked at retail spaces in Olde Town Arvada but felt they were not a good fit for where her business was at the time. Over the years, she said, the historic district evolved, and she now feels like the store’s new location near the intersection of Grandview Avenue and Upham Street.

“Olde Town has evolved so much with the light rail, closing the streets,” Whitehead said. “I just thought, ‘This could be so much fun.’ There’s a tremendous amount of opportunity.”

Whitehead said the support from the Arvada community has been great in the store’s early goings. Homefill is likely the only refill store in Arvada — Littlerless, which lists sustainable refill stores across the country, says there are no others — and Whitehead said she believes that when folks have a refill store in their neighborhood, the convenience helps encourage waste reduction.

“I’ve had people come in and say ‘I’m so glad you’re here, we’ve been looking for something like this close to home. I’ve had to drive across town,’” Whitehead said. “It’s a change in behavior so it has to be convenient. If I can serve the needs of people where it’s convenient, I want to do that.”

She also mentioned that local businesses can purchase large quantities of cleaning supplies, hand soaps and lotions for a bulk discount from the shop.

Whitehead’s goal for Homefill’s Arvada location is to meet the needs of the community, which she says she will tailor the shop’s inventory to over time.

“I invite people to come, check it out, and let us know what we can do better,” Whitehead said. “We want to be able to meet the needs of our customer base there. What are they looking for? We can adjust our inventory to that.

“I’m so excited to be there,” Whitehead continued. “It feels like the right time to do it — I think we can truly serve the community.”

Homefill’s Arvada location is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays and closed on Mondays.

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Pablito’s Burritos opens second breakfast burrito truck in Arvada

On-the-go Arvadans in search of a quick breakfast option are in luck, as Pablito’s Burritos opened its second breakfast burrito truck, located in the parking lot of 5545 Olde Wadsworth Blvd. in late June.Pablito’s was founded in 2020 by Abruci’s Fire and Vine owners Marvin Williams and Jeff Prograr in Abruci’s Lakewood parking lot. Planned to start up in summer 2020, the breakfast burrito truck opened ahead of schedule in April 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.In the years since, Pablito’s...

On-the-go Arvadans in search of a quick breakfast option are in luck, as Pablito’s Burritos opened its second breakfast burrito truck, located in the parking lot of 5545 Olde Wadsworth Blvd. in late June.

Pablito’s was founded in 2020 by Abruci’s Fire and Vine owners Marvin Williams and Jeff Prograr in Abruci’s Lakewood parking lot. Planned to start up in summer 2020, the breakfast burrito truck opened ahead of schedule in April 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the years since, Pablito’s has become a Lakewood favorite known for its hearty, flavorful burritos. The truck has a menu of fan favorites and build-your-own options and was named ‘Best Breakfast Burrito’ by Westword in 2023.

Williams, an Arvada resident, said he was prompted to open a new Pablito’s location just outside of Olde Town to solve the “quick breakfast burrito desert” that he says exists around the historic district.

“You have a lot of people who live where I do and drive all the way down (to Lakewood),” Williams said. “If I’m going to Bonfire (Burritos in Golden) or Santiago’s (at 57th and Independence), I have to drive quite a way to get there. And we just felt like we could expand a little bit more because there wasn’t anything up here.

“You can’t go pick up a breakfast burrito unless you go in a place or go inside of a restaurant,” Williams continued. “There’s no burrito trucks — and really, no food trucks — traditionally, on this side of town.”

Pablito’s offers three meat options; chorizo, pulled pork and bacon, with pinto beans available as a veggie option. Williams said the truck’s most popular burrito is “The Baddest Burrito, Period,” which includes bacon, chorizo, eggs, green chile, hash browns, avocado crema and cheese.

“The Chad” is the second most popular menu item and lives up to its reputation by being truly basic; just cheese, bacon, egg, hash browns and, of course, green chile.

Williams said the difference between Pablito’s and other breakfast burritos is that the ingredients — which are prepared at Abruci’s before going out on the truck — are mixed together before being placed in the tortilla, giving each bite a balance of flavor.

“We throw everything in a bowl, mix it all together,” Williams said. “We add the crema, we add the green chile, we make sure that it’s nice and not dry. By mixing everything together, you’re getting that bite — every bite, it’s the same, you’re getting that yumminess in every bite. I think that’s what really sets us apart.”

Pablito’s shares staff with Abruci’s, which allows for a low-turnover, familiar work environment among the company’s employees, Williams said. Abruci’s notably ditched tipping in favor of a uniform service charge in 2015 — a practice which isn’t carried over to Pablito’s simply because the orders are much smaller.

The truck goes through anywhere between 75 and 150 burritos a day, Williams said, with the latter figure spiking on weekends.

The Pablito’s Burritos Arvada location is open 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday. The truck is closed Mondays, though the Lakewood location is open seven days a week.

El Pollo Loco opens second Colorado location

El Pollo Loco previously operated one restaurant in Denver that closed during the Great Recession of the late 2000s.ARVADA, Colo. — El Pollo Loco is continuing its expansion into Colorado with a second location.The fire-grilled chicken chain has opened a new restaurant at 5480 Wadsworth Bypass in Arvada. That's near Interstate 70 and Wadsworth Boulevard.The 3,800-square-foot store is the second El Pollo Loco in Colorado. The first ...

El Pollo Loco previously operated one restaurant in Denver that closed during the Great Recession of the late 2000s.

ARVADA, Colo. — El Pollo Loco is continuing its expansion into Colorado with a second location.

The fire-grilled chicken chain has opened a new restaurant at 5480 Wadsworth Bypass in Arvada. That's near Interstate 70 and Wadsworth Boulevard.

The 3,800-square-foot store is the second El Pollo Loco in Colorado. The first Colorado restaurant at 4698 Peoria St. in Denver opened in November 2022.

“When our team discovered this vibrant spot in the heart of Arvada, we instantly recognized the location as the ideal home for our newest El Pollo Loco,” said Brian Carmichall, Chief Development Officer for El Pollo Loco.

“With a spacious dining room designed to reflect the warm, community-focused spirit of Arvada, we're excited to offer a place where locals can gather and savor their El Pollo Loco favorites as we continue to expand in the Colorado market.”

El Pollo Loco previously operated one restaurant in Denver that closed during the Great Recession of the late 2000s.

The restaurant chain is known for its L.A. Mex food, "an innovative blend of traditional Mexican cuisine and better-for-you eating, that Los Angeles is known for."

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After first announcing plans to enter the Colorado market in March 2021, El Pollo Loco has signed two separate development agreements for eight initial restaurants in the Denver area.

The deals include four restaurants each on the east and west sides of the Denver metro area, according to El Pollo Loco.

El Pollo Loco said the franchise partners are experienced operators:

El Pollo Loco told 9NEWS it plans on opening 10 to 15 restaurants in the Denver metro area and as many as five others in the Colorado Springs area over the next five years. Each Colorado restaurant would employ as many as 50 people.

The restaurant chain said the Colorado expansion is part of a plan to open 140 new locations throughout the western United States by 2026. El Pollo Loco currently operates 478 locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas, Utah, and Louisiana.

The nearly 50-year-old El Pollo Loco said its expansion will be driven by two recently-unveiled prototype designs.

One version has no indoor dining room, instead catering to off-premise sales with a take-out window, a dual drive-thru, parking for curbside pick-up, and patio seating. The second prototype will have a smaller-than-typical dining room that opens up to an expansive patio. This format will also feature a dual drive-thru and curbside pick-up parking spaces.

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El Pollo Loco said each of its new prototypes share an enhanced digitized experience – including "Pollo To Go" cubbies for mobile to-go and delivery orders, digital menu boards and GPS-enabled curbside pick-up, all integrated with the company’s dynamic and versatile mobile app.

"This exciting franchise development is a reflection of our Acceleration Agenda, our strategic plan for ongoing national expansion through franchising," said Carmichall. "The success of our better-for-you menu combined with our new L.A. Mex restaurant design has continued to attract experienced multi-unit operators interested in our growing brand."

Of El Pollo Loco's 478 restaurants, 282 are owned and operated by franchisees.

The chain said it is seeking operators to help with its western expansion. The initial investment to own and operate a single unit is estimated between $770,000 and $2,097,000, which includes a franchise fee of $40,000, according to El Pollo Loco.

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