IronClad helped contribute to Park City’s 2014 construction year, a year in which the building department released $144.9 million in building permits. IronClad worked with the 2014 Homebuilder’s Association on the Stein Erikson residences in Deer Valley. IronClad was also the roofing provider for the Grand Lodge Re-Roof Project at Deer Valley Resort. IronClad continues to be a major presence in Park City during the 2015 year as they take on the roofing & siding for the Rio Grande.
IronClad is excited to be such a big park of Park City’s construction as they seek to improve and upgrade the city. The Rio Grande at 820 Park Ave has been an exciting job for IronClad as they work with New Star Contractors to restore and revitalize the building. The building is connected to the Town Lift Plaza and its historical background has meaning and presence for Park City residents. It used to be the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Passenger Station and is one of the last historical buildings in Park City. The restoration of this building is a hot topic as it will house 10 luxury homes with ski-in/out access, a rooftop deck and more. To find our everything that these luxury condos will offer, you can visit their website 820ParkAve.com.
IronClad is helping to restore the original look of the Rio Grande with wooden siding. Many park city residents identify the Rio Grande with corrugated yellow metal, but the original building was wood, which is the look the builder’s are seeking to restore. IronClad is proud to be able to have a part in both Park City’s history and their future in the restoration and development of the Rio Grande on 820 Park Ave.