Building 48 at the Denver Federal Center in Lakewood was originally a munitions plant. Now the federal government wants to make it a clean energy workplace.
LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Building 48 at the Denver Federal Center is showing the wear and tear of 82 years.
Originally an ordnance plant, it’s where employees produced 6,000 cartridges of small caliber bullets a day for World War II soldiers.
Now the building itself may be ammunition to fight climate change. It will be transformed into a clean energy workspace for Department of the Interior employees that are currently working out of rented office spaces located across the Denver area.
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