CCAI has a reputation of providing innovative solutions, attention to detail and ethical business practices. Services include schematic design, budget control, scheduling, quality construction and, if requested by our client, project development services, including property management. The principals of CCAI each have more than 30 years of construction experience on a wide range of projects and building systems.Contact Us
- More than 3,000,000 sf of tenant improvements successfully completed
- In-house capability to perform architectural test fits and construction documents
- Our architectural layouts take maximum advantage of existing building layout and systems, saving construction cost
- Lower construction costs make the lease terms more acceptable
- Our in-depth knowledge of building and systems saves construction costs
- Principals of company represent more than 70 years of combined construction experience
- Extensive experience in all types of building types and building system
- Excellent relationship maintained with municipal and county building departments
- Building in Colorado since 1973
- Experienced with building in occupied buildings without negative impact on existing tenants
Suzi Sperry is Office Manager for CCAI. She oversees Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Construction Waivers, Subcontractor Certificates of General Liability, and Workers Compensation.
Suzi has worked with Russell Leavitt since 2004. Suzi has over 25 years experience in Property Management for both retail as well as Class A office property. She is familiar with the construction process on Tenant Improvement as well as budgeted Capital items.
Prior to joining CCAI in early 2022, Suzi was diagnosed with Acute Myeloma Leukemia in September of 2019. She was in the hospital for extensive chemotherapy treatment for 74 days. She was in the ICU and intubated with complications of the rigorous treatment and is referred to as the “Miracle Patient” as she was not expected to survive. She received a bone marrow transplant in late May of 2020 and is currently in remission