Statement of Purpose

The Denver Technological Center has often been described as the finest business park in North America. The aesthetic and fiscal value of the properties has outpaced other area sub markets including the central business district in Denver for many years. This quality is maintained through the implementation of protective covenants and strict architectural controls, overseen by the DTC Architectural Control Committee (ACC). These covenants establish a high set of standards for planning and design, which are fair to all parties, while maintaining exceptional value for each property within the Denver Technological Center.

Protective Covenants

The Protective Covenants of Denver Technological Center legally apply to all land that is part of DTC, regardless of ownership and are independent of the zoning and land use regulations of local governments. The system of land use control created by the Covenants includes not only the Covenants but also a Master Plan, Review Procedures, and Design Criteria.

Activities Necessitating Review

Under the Covenants, any proposals to construct, modify or demolish improvements within DTC must obtain plan approval from the ACC prior to commencement. The ACC's review and approval process also applies to signage, changes in property use, and maintenance activities that take place on or with respect to property that is part of DTC. The ACC meets on a regular basis to review plan submittals. After the ACC approves a plan submittal, an applicant may proceed with a project, but only in strict compliance with the terms and conditions of approval. The ACC performs periodic site inspections, both during development and on an ongoing basis thereafter to ensure compliance.

Committee Membership

The Architechtural Control Committee is made up of six (6) regular members. Of these six (6), at least two (2) members must be architects and one (1) member must be currently engaged in land planning practice. All other members must have a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in land planning or development. Membership is as follows:

Mr. Lee Dehmlow, Chairman
Mr. Dehmlow is a Development Manager with Shea Properties. He has 35 years of experience in the building industry, spanning commercial, institutional and residential sectors, including both project and management roles in construction, architecture, and project development.

Mr. Michael Barber, Architect
Mr. Barber is a practicing architect with 35 years of experience. He is the Director of Design at Barber Architecture and has been responsible for the design of numerous public and private projects for regional and national clients. He is the recipient of awards for architecture and planning and has won ten major design competitions. Mr. Barber is a member of other design review committees, including membership in the Federal Design Excellence program.

Mr. David Daniel 

Mr. Daniel's expansive design portfolio includes institutional, civic, commercial, healthcare, hospitality and multi-family residential projects. His tenure at Davis Partnership has been built on his previous experience as the Director of Design at two of the city’s most renowned design firms and has afforded him the privilege of leading the design on many of the region’s most recognized projects.

Mr. John Kilrow
Mr. Kilrow is a Senior Vice President with Shea Properties with over 25 years experience in commercial development. His background includes extensive involvement in architectural design reviews and covenant administration primarily associated with Shea’s various commercial and residential communities.

Mr. Eric Hecox
Mr. Hecox is a Vice President with Shea Properties. He has over 15 years experience in water development, land development and special districts. His background includes extensive involvement with special districts and master-planned developments primarily in the Denver South region. 

Mr. Phil McCurdy, AIA
Mr. McCurdy is the Principal of the Architecture Group at the Denver office of Gensler, an international architecture and planning firm. In more than 30 years of practice he has had the opportunity to lead projects both locally and nationally. He serves on Gensler’s national Practice Area for Buildings and Campuses and on the City of Denver's Design Review Board for the Cherry Creek North mixed-use district.

ACC Staff:  

Galina Butylev
Community Services Manager

Karol Gomez
Design Review, Covenant Administration

John F. Forhan, Esq.
Legal Counsel 

Contact Us

Architectural Control Committee

6380 S. Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 400, Greenwood Village, CO 80111, US

Phone: 303-773-1700 Fax: 303-740-6954





North of Belleview - City and County of Denver

City & County Building: Within Denver dial: 3-1-1 Outside Denver: 720-913-1311 

Planning & Zoning: 303-640-2191 Zoning Administration: 200 W. 14th Ave.; Rm. 201, Denver, CO 80204

Building, Permit Center: 303-640-2191 Zoning Administration: 200 W. 14th Ave.; Rm. 201, Denver, CO 80204

Public Works: 720-913-4500  200 West 14th Avenue, Room 303, Denver, Colorado 80204

Fire: 720-913-3473  Denver Fire Department; 745 West Colfax Avenue; Denver, CO 80204

Wastewater Control: 303-446-3725  2000 West 3rd Avenue Denver, Colorado 80223

South of Belleview - Greenwood Village

Greenwood Village City Hall: Telephone 303-773-0252; Fax 303-290-0631 6060 South Quebec Street; Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Planning & Zoning: 303-486-5783 

Building: 303-486-5783 

Public Works: 303-708-6138 

Service Districts

Castlewood Water District: 303-770-7272  7901 E. Belleview Ave., Suite 230; Englewood, CO 80111

Castlewood Sanitation District: 303-770-7272  7901 E. Belleview Ave., Suite 230; Englewood, CO 80111

Southgate Water & Sanitation District: 303-779-0261  3722 E. Orchard Rd.; Littleton, CO 80121

Denver Suburban Water District: 303-779-4550  6380 S. Fiddlers Green Cir., Ste. 400; Greenwood Village, CO 80111

South Metro Fire District: 303-773-8282  7900 E. Berry Pl.; Englewood, CO 80111

Goldsmith Metropolitan District: 303-779-4550  6380 S. Fiddlers Green Cir., Ste. 400; Greenwood Village, CO 80111