Adams District Court
SLC Commercial Construction LLC v. Precision Rentals
Motion to substitute a $78,798 bond for a $52,532 mechanic’s lien in rural Northglenn.
Attorneys: Jonathan G. Pray and Kevin P. Walsh, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Systems LLC v. Maxwell Builders; Brixmore GA Westminster fka Centro GA Westminster fka Galileo Westminster; Buy Buy Baby; A&H Plumbing and Dynamic Painting Co.
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 9230 Sheridan Blvd. in Westminster due to $9,500 in unpaid work.
Attorneys: Andrew J. Felser and Michael J. Glade, Glade Voogt Lopez Smith Felser P.C.
Arapahoe District Court
SJ’s Unbreakable Glass LLC v. Rocky Mountain Construction Company; Gregory A. Daviscourt; The Mile High Group LLC; Franklin Bank and Trust Company; CWI Inc.; Arapahoe County Public Trustee Sue Sandstrom
Mechanic’s lien foreclosure at 64 Inverness Drive in Englewood due to $9,253 in unpaid work.
Attorneys: Joe T. Reece, Susan F. Baker and Bethany R. Reece, Reece & Baker
Westchester Surplus Lines Insurance Company, a Pennsylvania corporation v. Cintas Corporation No. 2 dba Cintas Fire Protection, a Nevada corporation
The plaintiff claims the defendant failed to properly repair a fire suppression system at 14555 E. Hampden Ave. in Aurora, causing water damage to the insured’s property.
Attorneys: W. Gustin Vandiford, Cozen O’Connor
Centennial Airport Center Owners Association v. Revere Development; Revere Street Holdings
The plaintiff alleges the defendants own property that the plaintiff manages in Centennial and built three buildings on the property without permission.
Attorneys: Alan D. Sweetbaum and Andrew S. Miller, Sweetbaum Sands P.C.
Roman Beck v. Karelia Construction; Paul Bellizio
The plaintiff claims he hired the defendants to install and paint a fence at 11568 E. Adriatic Place in Aurora and paid them $39,400 but the defendants did poor work.
Attorneys: John Bellinger, The Law Office of John Bellinger
Gregory Ast; Ast Construction v. Joel Walker; Blue Sky Insurance Services
The plaintiffs, who are builders of townhomes and condominiums, allege the defendants sold them an insurance policy that doesn’t cover townhomes and condominiums.
Attorneys: Jerome M. Joseph, Theodore A. Wells and Robert E. Roetzel, Allen & Curry
Boulder District Court
Meghan Burke v. Powderhorn Condominium Association
The plaintiff, owner of an apartment at 5950 Gunbarrel Ave. in Boulder, claims the defendant allowed mold and bacteria to fester there, leaving it uninhabitable.
Attorneys: J. Scott Sweeney, Sweeney Construction Law
Tebo Partnership v. Gunbarrel Brewing Company; James Fox
Lease dispute. The plaintiff alleges the defendants owe $175,268 in unpaid rent at 7088 Winchester Circle, Unit 200, in Boulder.
Attorneys: James C. Ruger, Ruger Law Firm
Broomfield District Court
Anthem Highlands Community Association Inc. v. Nash Anthem LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Pulte Home Corporation, a Michigan corporation; Brookfield (Colorado) Management LLC dba Brookfield Residential Properties; Newland Real Estate Group LLC
The plaintiff accuses the defendants of several construction defects, including not installing enough water taps, leaving the community with insufficient water.
Attorneys: Jeffrey P. Kerrane and Andrew T. Mossman, Kerrane Storz P.C.
Denver District Court
Anita Roach v. Silver Cloud Properties LLC; Distinctive Dwelling Inc.
The plaintiff claims that she rents a home at 1830 W. 35th Ave. in Denver that was built in 1891 and the defendants haven’t maintained it, exposing her to mold and asbestos.
Attorneys: Zachary S. Westerfield, Westerfield & Martin
Gardner Builders US LLC v. The Good Clinic LLC; 1776 Curtis LLC; LMC Welton Holdings LP
The plaintiff alleges that it was hired as the general contractor for two projects, at 2100 Welton St. in Denver and 1776 Curtis St. in Denver, and is still owed $923,478.
Attorneys: Michael L. Cowan and Alex King, Beltzer Bangert & Gunnell
2230 SFSD LLC v. NowRx Inc., a Delaware corporation
Lease dispute. The plaintiff alleges the defendant has abandoned property it was renting at 2240 S. Delaware St. in Denver and now refuses to pay its rent.
Attorneys: Douglas Norberg and Dani Saunders, Alchemy Law Firm
Willy’s Concrete Forming v. Farrington Construction Management
Collections for $321,989 in unpaid construction services at 4375 N. Rome St. in Denver.
Attorneys: Justin Herrera
Ranko Mocevic; Colorado World Resorts LLC; United by ECH LLC; Colorado Homes LLC v. Pinetree Financial Corp.; Shopneck Family Foundation; River Bend Corp.; Elea Development LLC
The plaintiffs claim the defendants failed to provide documentation and grant an extension for the purchase of properties as part of a settlement agreement. The properties include a house at 21049 Cedar Lake Road in Golden, 1,200 acres of farmland near Elizabeth and dozens of lots in Brighton.
Attorneys: Nathan G. Osborn, Warren N. Eckloff III and James C. Taravella, Montgomery Little & Soran P.C.
Bernida Chapman; Adam Chapman v. Schwalb Builders LLC
The plaintiffs allege they hired the unlicensed defendant to finish a basement at 6873 E. Eastman Ave. in Denver and paid it $22,350 but the defendant never did the work.
Attorneys: David P. Hutchinson, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti P.C.
New Hope Presbyterian Church USA v. Church Mutual Insurance Co.
The plaintiff, a church at 3737 New Hope Way in Castle Rock, claims it was seriously damaged during a severe hailstorm in June 2020 and the defendant refuses to pay it.
Attorneys: Richard Daly, John Scott Black, Jonathan S. Sar and Thomas J. Archer, Daly & Black P.C.
Satori Property Co. LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; HFJAZ Satori LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; GAN Satori LLC, a Delaware limited liability company v. Satori Holdings LLC; Oyster Holdings LLC: Oyster Holdings II LLC; Oyster International LLC: Brian Higgins
The plaintiffs claim they hired the defendants to do construction work on multi-family housing units at 950 and 958 Lincoln St. in Denver and the work was shoddy.
Attorneys: Andrew Pipes, Frascona Joiner Goodman & Greenstein P.C.
Marian Larsen v. Able Construction & Remodeling; Matthew Plowman; Rico Leon; Maloney Builders LLC; Mark Maloney
The plaintiff alleges she hired the defendants to make a $357,500 addition to a house at 1429 S. University Blvd. in Denver and they haven’t done any work there.
Attorneys: Shannon M. Bell, Kelly Law Partners
Thompson Thrift Construction Inc., an Indiana corporation v. Total Fire Protection Inc., a Michigan corporation
The plaintiff claims the defendant was hired to install sprinkler systems at a multi-family residential project in Denver known as The Haven by Watermark and did so in a way that repeatedly failed inspections from the Denver Fire Department.
Attorneys: Andrew J. Manion, Manion Stigger
Jason Hitchings; Raquel Del Fiorentino-Hitchings v. All Universal Construction Inc.; Mike D’Angelo
The plaintiffs claim they hired the defendants to remodel 4139 Stuart St. in Denver so they could establish a Montessori school there and the result was “poor workmanship, unreliable workers, broken promises, a non-functioning house, extreme duress, emotional pain and suffering, uncertainty, financial hardship, stress, and worry.”
Attorneys: Sally P. Berg, Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti
Mark G. Martinez v. Chili Shack MGMS LLC; Abraham Olivas
Lease dispute. The plaintiff alleges the defendants rented 4801 Morrison Road in Denver but didn’t pay rent or expenses. The plaintiff seeks an undetermined amount of money.
Attorneys: Knute O. Broady, KOB Law
Stephen Pfeifer v. Christine Wright; Wright Fit Realty
The plaintiff alleges the defendants agreed to work as brokers for the sale of 2716 Geneva St. in Denver and then charged fraudulent fees.
Attorneys: Nicole A. Westbrook and Javier J. Heres, Jones & Keller P.C.
MW Residential Colo LLC v. Accurate Distribution LLC dba Accurate Window and Door Center
Substitution of a $376,887 bond in place of a $251,258 mechanic’s lien at 357 Bannock St. in Denver.
Attorneys: Henry C. Bangert, Beltzer Bangert & Gunnell
KAS Yosemite LLC v. Ruffhouse Athletics LLC; Melvin Ruffin Jr.
Lease dispute. The plaintiff claims the defendants owed $292,969 in unpaid fees and interest at 3600 Yosemite St., Suites 900 and 950, in Denver.
Attorneys: Steven W. Kelly, Michael L. Schlepp and Ciara N. Kimminau, S&D Law
Douglas District Court
Bryan Gray; Karen Gray v. Sean Emerson; Colorado Deck & Pergola LLC
The plaintiffs claim they hired the defendants to do construction work at 301 Castle Pines Dr. in Castle Rock and the defendants have failed in many ways, including by “absconding with funds for the project they have converted to their personal use.”
Attorneys: Adam R. Ausmus, Ausmus Law Firm P.C.
Donald Heimmer; Karen Heimmer v. Life Centre Ministries; Alpen Construction
The plaintiffs are suing their neighbors, the defendants, for allegedly building a fence that crosses onto their property at 9098 Red Primrose St. in Franktown.
Attorneys: T.R. Rice
Jefferson District Court
Bryan Scott; Katrina Scott v. J&L Construction and Real Estate Consulting
The plaintiffs allege that they worked as contractors for the defendants but were never paid $2.5 million for their work or refunded money they invested in the company.
Attorneys: Paul M. Grant, Goodreid & Grant
Benjamin Gold; Jamie Gold v. AOE Enterprises Inc.; Matthew J. Walters
The plaintiffs claim they hired the defendants to do construction at 2414 Newland St. in Edgewater and the defendants did shoddy work.
Attorneys: Mark W. Nelson and K. Thomas Cantley, Nelson Law Firm
Joshua Baker v. Exceed Electrical Contracting; Adam Stockton
The plaintiff claims the defendant Stockton wrongly fired the plaintiff, who owns 49 percent of their contracting company, after the plaintiff caught him embezzling.
Attorneys: Caleb Durling and Kirsten N. Kube, Fox Rothschild
Paramount Heights Condominium Homeowners v. Pipe X
The plaintiff claims the defendant was hired to replace piping at Paramount Heights, a 104-unit condo complex at 10115-10185 W. 25th Ave. in Lakewood, and did so improperly, causing leaks and damages.
Attorneys: Jonah G. Hunt, Marcus T. Wile and Kelly K. McQueeney, Orten Cavanagh Holmes & Hunt
Sarah Kollmann v. Paramount Heights Condominiums HOA
The plaintiff, owner of a condo at 10165 W. 25th Ave. in Lakewood, says she became sick and two of her pets died due to water leaks that the defendant failed to warn her about.
Attorneys: Randall M. Weiner and Annmarie Cording, Weiner & Cording
Le Grice Construction v. Kimberly Thomas; Gregory Wambolt; Front Range State Bank; Public Trustee of Jefferson County
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 12464 S. US Highway 285 in Conifer due to $41,371 in unpaid work.
Attorneys: Michael A. Schlueter, Schlueter Mahoney & Ross P.C.