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Webb Group International - Project Portfolio

 
Denver Convention
Center Hyatt

Webb Group International's clients include:

The City of Birmingham, Alabama - WGI & Pendleton Friedberg Wilson & Hennessey P.C. have teamed up to produce a disparity study and ordinance program for the City of Birmingham.

The City of Macon, Georgia   WGI is consulting for the City of Macon with assistance in financing and building a 300 room convention center hotel.

Forest City Enterprises of Cleveland, Ohio - WGI is assisting Forest City Enterprises with the mixed-used development of 9,000 acres in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

National Education Association of Washington, DC  - WGI is providing assistance with Minority Community Outreach in the areas of evaluating, strategizing, development, partnerships and crisis management.

SMG of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - WGI is assisting SMG in obtaining management contracts for public facilities.

United HealthCare Services Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota - WGI is providing assistance with public relations, analysis, documentation, consulting, general services and training.

 

Projects former Mayor Wellington Webb oversaw during his three terms from 1991 to 2003:

  • Construction and opening of the $4 billion Denver International Airport
  • Redevelopment of the former Stapleton Airport into a residential development with 12,000 homes and more than 13 million square-feet for commercial. The project was awarded the "Stockholm Partnership Award for Sustainability" by the King of Sweden.
  • Improved the city's bond rating from a general fund of AA in 1991 to AA+ in 2003, and Denver International Airport rating of BBB- in 1991 to A in 2003.
  • The $300 million expansion of the Colorado Convention Center and 1,100-room hotel.
  • The $22 million upgrade of the nationally-recognized Red Rocks Amphitheater and $75 million facelift for the historic Denver Auditorium.
  • Negotiations to keep Denver's professional sports teams -- Denver Broncos, Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets -- in the city for at least 25 years and their new venues located near downtown Denver.
  • Won voters' support for other numerous bond issues, including $96 million for neighborhood and park improvements; $148 million to expand Denver Health Medical Center; and $125 million to expand the Denver Art Museum and for improvements at the Denver Zoo.
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