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Condit Design and Fabrication Facility Renovations Complete – Denver Open House a Success

Posted on September 30th, 2014 by Anabelle McLean

Condit Denver headquarters

Before and After: renovations to Condit Lobby

As a company that creates unique marketing environments for our clients, we recognize that our facility is the ideal setting for a working portfolio. In February 2013, Condit moved locations in order to bring fabrication, warehousing, and office facilities all under one roof. The result? A 135,000 square foot blank canvas! Our designers, engineers, and fabricators have been working–rather, having a field day– together ever since to create spaces that inspire our visitors and showcase Condit’s in-house capabilities.

We rounded the corner in September of 2014, installing the final details of our renovated spaces. Antique brass accents helped complete our Vegas-meets-Paris Café break room where a monochromatic mural and furniture theme is strongly contrasted by textured gold columns. The design “Campground” now boasts a hand-constructed tree trunk in which a spiral staircase brings guests up to a forest-mod “Treehaus” bar and lounge. These are just two among the many other spectacular spaces that exemplify Condit’s design and fabrication services.

Condit headquarter corporate build-out

Paris meets Vegas Cafe & Treehaus Bar

And what better way to show off our new digs than by hosting an Open House! We caught up with old and new clients alike, reinforced connections with business partners and made friends with business professionals in the community. Guests were greeted by a parking lot decked out in even more fun Condit creations. The Recycled Ski Arch, created for the SIA Snow Show last year, framed a space that housed a 5mx5m Condit event structure, two local food trucks, and a bar.

Condit temporary structure at Open House

Guests were invited to grab a Condit-themed cocktail from the Treehaus bar before heading to the speaker event lead by Brad Feld. Brad, a Boulder-based start-up investor and entrepreneur spoke on the subject of Innovation Environments.  The remainder of the evening was open for guests to tour the facilities, network, and enjoy great food and drink.

A successful event is only solidified by the feedback received; for all the positive words that we were given, Condit extends a profuse and sincere thank-you. Your support, appreciation, and presence keep us excited to continue doing what we do best. Thank you!

Denver food trucks and SIA ski arch. Brad Feld



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Condit Hosts an Open House in New Exhibit Fabrication Facilities

Posted on September 10th, 2014 by Anabelle McLean

Denver Colorado – September 10, 2014 – Condit Exhbits, LLC, an international exhibit company specializing in the design, fabrication, management, and installation of custom trade show exhibits, museums exhibits, visitor centers, temporary structures, and corporate environments announces an event of their own. Condit will be hosting an Open House at their Denver headquarters at 5pm Thursday, September 18th, 2014.

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Taking Business Outdoors

Posted on August 12th, 2014 by Michael McGowan

When you have a company based in Denver, you’re guaranteed to have half, if not most, of your personnel heavily involved in outdoors activities. Here at Condit we have avid golfers, bikers, skiers, hikers, runners, tennis players… and the list goes on. It’s no coincidence that many of our clients hail from the outdoor industry. Like all of our clients, we take these outdoorsy types very seriously. But especially with this industry we believe our loyalty goes beyond business

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Corporate Environment: Western Union Denver Headquarters

Posted on July 31st, 2014 by Anabelle McLean

Condit’s capabilities stretch far beyond the historic core of our business of designing and building tradeshow exhibits. We have become experts at extending our clients’ brand through any type of environment, and recently that expertise has involved corporate office displays.

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Client Spotlight: Seoul Semiconductor for LightFair Show 2014 Las Vegas

Posted on July 11th, 2014 by Anabelle McLean

For this client spotlight edition, we take a look at a recently completed custom tradeshow exhibit for client, Seoul Semiconductor and their new booth build for the LightFair 2014 show in Las Vegas. As a longtime exhibit builder for Seoul, they entrusted us for this year’s challenge of creating a brand new booth, with new dimensions, product highlights, and overall design strategy. U.S. Marketing Manager, Megan Smith details their “main goal this year was to present a new and exciting look for the Seoul Semiconductor North America brand. We also had the goal of capturing 50% more leads from the previous year.”

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June at a Glance

Posted on July 1st, 2014 by Anabelle McLean

With only 30 days in June, our Condit team packed as much as possible into this short month. Not only did much successful business ensue, but with snow that lasted in the Denver area through May, June was also the official kickoff to summer.

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Client Spotlight: Numi Tea Custom Exhibit for NRA Show 2014, Chicago

Posted on June 9th, 2014 by Anabelle McLean

Longtime client, Numi Organic Tea, is celebrating seven years of tradeshow exhibiting using a Condit custom exhibit. This year’s National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show was particularly important, as Numi launched their new Indulgent Tea line, a guilt-free line of teas incorporating notes of chocolate into herbaceous favorites. For this we took the challenge of adjusting their booth both to showcase this new line while also highlighting Numi classic flavors. Tara Downey, Numi’s Marketing and Events Coordinator explains, “Our booth allows us plenty of space to have multiple product displays from different angles, which makes it more exciting and eye-catching to show attendees. Our Indulgent Tea display looked beautiful.”

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