​129 See Forever


The 2017 renovation of this spectacular See Forever penthouse included modernization of kitchen, dining, living rooms, and all bathrooms and closets.  New amenities included energy efficient LED lighting throughout, sleek modern cabinetry, and professional kitchen appliances, perfectly integrated to complement the stone and timber theme of the existing unit.  Hensen worked closely with the Owners Florida based design team to coordinate and complete the project on time for the holiday vacation season.


Past Resedential Projects​​

Telluride Town Park Pedestrian Bridge


​With the growing number of summer festivals in Town Park, the Town of Telluride selected Hensen Construction to design and build a new pedestrian bridge to replace the old, dilapidated wood bridge leading into the park.   The new bridge is the main entry point for tens-of-thousands of festival goers each summer.

Telluride Town Park Stage


Eating backstage at the Telluride  music festivals will never be the same again.  Hensen Construction is coming out of the ground with the new catering facility and has already poured the new seating area slabs.  No more dirt floor and uneven tables for the festival support staff.  In addition to the new catering facility there will be new backstage public restrooms that will eliminate the need for those yucky porta potties.   Can't wait for the 2019 festival season to begin. 

Past Commercial Projects

586 West Pacific


Hensen Construction performed  a design-build renovation on a 100+ year old historic house in Telluride. Newly remodeled inside and out this home is traditionally historic on the outside and modern, artsy and cozy on the inside. Complete with warm walnut flooring, custom woodwork and finishes throughout and an open concept for entertaining with family and friends. This renovation transformed the original 1100 sq ft home into a 2400 sq ft home by lifting the house and adding a full basement and loft in the vaulted ceiling.

​Wilkinson Public Library Remodel


Hensen worked with renowned library designers Humphry Poli Architects and the Wilkinson Library staff to renovate and modernize the 20 year old library to improve the meeting rooms, teen area, reading rooms and computer work stations. The overall goal was to make more efficient and effective use of the limited space in the library and to enhance the wireless technology capabilities for the library users. The renovation included energy efficiency improvements with motion controlled LED lighting and improved sound deadening between meeting rooms and public spaces too keep private meetings private. Hensen’s craftsmen salvaged much of the existing millwork for reuse and fabricated new millwork to match the existing as needed to complete the renovation and minimize the changes in appearance within the library. The project was completed with minimal disruption to the daily use of the library and its patrons.

Animas River Pedestrian Bridge

Schneider Park Pedestrian Bridge

Past Civil Projects

Hensen Construction Company


536 West Pacific


Hensen Construction expanded the basement through innovative  construction techniques that eliminated the need to lift the house. This allowed the owners to utilize the house during construction. This 800 sq ft expansion included the addition of a guest master bedroom, a bathroom with steam shower, laundry room, ample storage, and an upgraded mechanical system. 


A bike enclosure and storage area were added under the deck. A unique and beautiful hand forged fence was installed around the property. 

    

   

​Gondola Station Addition


​Hensen Construction was selected by The Town of Mountain Village to construct an addition and enclosure for the Gondola emergency generator system.  This building shields the new generator system from weather and conceals them from public view. The generators provide emergency power to keep the gondola operational during power outages that Telluride experiences frequently.  The finish product blends in so well most people do not even know it is an addition.