Bemas Construction, Inc. was formed by Larry Ames in 1995. Bemas was formed to provide mass overlot grading and construction services for the Denver Metropolitan/Rocky Mountain area.  Since then Bemas has evolved into a diverse heavy/civil construction company which continues to perform grading for commercial/residential developments and a wide range of municipal projects.  Many of our projects include:

  • Commercial projects
  • Drainage ways
  • Airports and airport runways
  • Highway projects
  • Rip rap
  • Paving
  • Offsite/onsite truck hauling
  • Subexcavation
  • Retaining walls
  • Lake remediation
  • Water storage tanks
  • Concrete pipe placement


Bemas is well experienced with technical projects that involve structured procedures relating to scheduling, work progression, contract execution, submittals, erosion control BMP implementation, inspections and coordination of all parties involved. Bemas is also committed to a Project that provides a safe working environment to all parties on the jobsite and maintaining a safe environment for the public and overall environment.

Bemas Construction

Bemas Construction

Bemas Construction Office

80 Inverness Drive East

Englewood, Colorado 80112


  • Whispering Pines

    Whispering Pines

    Subexcavation and overlot grading for Tripointe, Ryland, and Shea Homes in Aurora, Colorado.
  • KDOT, K-18 Project

    KDOT, K-18 Project

    Earthwork and grading of 4 million cyd for new highway interchange for Kansas Department of Transportation.  Includes relocation of drainage channel and tie in to Kansas River.
  • Devils Lake, Highway 19 North Dakota

    Devils Lake, Highway 19 North Dakota

    Grade raise of 7.3 miles of State highway with existing adjacent lakes on both sides of road including  15′ fills in lake.  Project included rip rap, wave attentuators, equalization pipe, traffic control and paving.
  • Rueter Hess Water Treatment Plant

    Rueter Hess Water Treatment Plant

    Excavation, overlot grading, storm piping and riprap for a water treatment plant in Parker, Colorado.