Tony Mata



Tony started in construction over 25 years ago as a laborer/water truck driver in Broomfield at Hunter Douglas’s corporate headquarters/warehouse production center. Since then he has been in the field working his way up the ranks to a Superintendent position. A few of his favorite, challenging projects were the Icehouse Lofts in Denver, which was his first midrise building. It included a 3-story underground parking structure, shotcrete and a tower crane. Tony also enjoyed the New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, Anschutz Patient Pavilion 12-story bed tower and Buck Recreational Center in Littleton.

Tony enjoys each day working alongside his peers and industry professionals to create the vision of the architect and owner. It is always fun to see the project start on paper and then watch it turn into a business that the people enjoy on a daily basis.

He is a Colorado native and former Marine with a son and two daughters. Tony and his wife enjoy DIY projects around the house along with traveling near and far. They also love to watch the Broncos.

“You can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, you get what you need” — Jagger/Richards