Posts Tagged ‘Denver’

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Feel. The. Love.

Despite record rainfall the week prior – this year’s Cherrity Pie Festival, which took place September 14th benefitting Anchor Center for Blind Children, was beautiful success raising over $26,000 in charitable donations and bringing out over 200 guests! Since the inception of the festival in 2010, Pie has donated a total of $69,000 in funds to the Anchor Center over the last 3 years. We […]


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Colorado Fires Prompt Officials to Consider Homeowner Fees for High-Risk Areas

Coloradans living in high-risk wildfire areas should have to pay for additional homeowners’ coverage according to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s Task Force on Wildfire Insurance and Forest Health. Claims Journal Excerpt: October 2, 2013: The recommendations seek to shift more responsibility to homeowners living in wildfire-prone areas after two consecutive summers of devastating fires that destroyed […]


Who Said Engineers Don’t Know How To Have Fun?

The 3rd annual Cherrity Pie Festival, hosted by Pie Consulting & Engineering, is already in the works! Another pie-filled day is set for Saturday September 14, 2013 at Anchor Center headquarters. If the third time’s a charm then we plan on tripling the fun with even mo’ love, activities, and of course, more pie! This […]


Two Key Factors in Determining Wind Load

Are our buildings being designed for enough wind load? Colorado’s climate is undoubtedly an average of extremes with high winds, epic blizzards, sweltering summer heat, pounding rain, and hailstorms alike. High winds in particular, however, account for a substantial portion of property damage claims that we at Pie investigate. Wind loads are calculated using two […]


Pie Culture

To celebrate the first release of our Pie Employee videos, we at Pie Consulting & Engineering would like to introduce…Pie Culture.  This is an opportunity for our exceptional staff to reveal a little bit about what excites and inspires us when we are away from work.   The goal of Pie Culture is to convey who […]