The 2nd Annual Knoll Stocking Contest

The 2nd Annual Knoll Stocking Contest”, hosted by Workplace Elements, benefiting the Denver Children’s Home:

Each participant was given a plain, basic stocking to decorate.  And that, my friends, was enough to get the designer juices flowing.  With a wall full of hopefuls, each stocking hung patiently, waiting to receive tiny candy canes that had been handed to each voter as they arrived, allowing up to three votes per person.  The top three stockings receiving the most candy canes would win an iconic Knoll piece of furniture!  The stockings would then be filled with gifts and sent over to the Denver Children’s Home to brighten the season for the kiddos.  Take a look at some of the amazing stocking ideas we had to choose from and everyone having a great time!


From the initial contact with Mr. William VonFeldt during our stage planning meeting to the final walk through, we felt MAX Construction committed to render the best quality in service, and to ease the burden of having such a large remodeling project while our office performed its normal operation. We were particularly impressed by the dedication, attention to detail, follow up and professional behavior of your superintendent.

Evelyn Guillen

Administration of Reservoir Technologies

MAX Construction, Inc. was asked to complete small and large projects with very short completion schedules.  Each time, the project was completed on time and within budget.  Your ability to manage subcontractors and maintain overall cleanliness on the job was a great benefit to us.

John Whitlock

Brookfield Management Services

Once we started, MAX took total control.  It is refreshing to work with professionals who take ownership of a project, and see it through from start to finish.  We always had up to date information, and the paperwork was always in order.  I hope to have the opportunity to work with MAX Construction, Inc. in the future.  Thank you and your team for a job well done.

Jackie Curtis

CB Richard Ellis