1601 Wewatta, a Class A, 300,000-rentable-square-foot office building, is located in the Central Platte Valley district of Lower Downtown (LoDo) Denver. The building is immediately adjacent to Union Station, which is now the largest public transportation redevelopment project in the United States. The building, designed by HOK Architects out of Washington, D.C., features an iconic design that will set a new architectural standard in LoDo. The 10-story building will contain approximately 280,000 square feet of office space with 20,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor. Parking for 400 vehicles will be provided in four subterranean levels. WaterTectonics provided a customized on-site water treatment solution that included oxidation, greensand filtration, and ultrafiltration technologies. WaterTectonics also provided all of the field service and operation of the treatment system during a two month period where operators worked on rotations shifts 24 hours a day.