Midwest Steel & Iron Works, Denver Colorado
Midwest Steel & Iron Works Company is one of Denver's oldest and largest metal fabricators. Since the late nineteenth century Midwest has produced structural and ornamental components for buildings and engineering structures throughout Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico.
The four-building Larimer Street complex served as the company's headquarters between 1923 and 1983. The Midwest complex includes an architecturally significant office building designed in 1930 by Denver architect, Roland L. Linder. The Art Deco design of the office is a rare Denver example of the style applied to an industrial site,