In the Community
Where We Work | Golden, Colorado
CoorsTek’s vision is to make the world measurably better. While we’ve grown to have a global reach, we’re committed to acting as a good steward and supporting the long-term strength of the local communities where we live and work, while providing advanced manufacturing solutions to customers.
We aim to be transparent and respectful of the communities near our facilities in all aspects of our operations and remain in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. Our approach to business is to support local job creation, build sustainable relationships, positively impact the environment and improve the communities where we live and work.
CoorsTek in the Community | Golden, Colorado
CoorsTek is a family led, multi-generation with roots in Golden, Colorado for more than 100 years. Through jobs and outreach programs, we connect with our communities and help strengthen them in meaningful ways. Here are a few Golden examples:
- 1,200 employees based in Golden.
- Partner with Mile High Workshop, and similar groups, to provide employment and job training at the 9th Street facility for those facing barriers and challenges for employment.
- $120 million CoorsTek Center for Advanced Materials in the Golden Technology Center.
- $24 million CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines.
Facilities in Golden, Colorado
14143 Denver West Pkwy, Suite 400
Golden CO 80401
9th Street Facility
600 9th Street
Golden, CO 80401
Clear Creek Valley Plant (CCVP)
17750 W 32nd Ave
Golden, CO 80401
CoorsTek Center for Advanced Materials (CCAM)
4455 Table Mountain Drive
Golden, CO 80403
4545 McIntyre Street
Golden CO 80403
North Table Mountain Facility
16000 North Table Mountain Pkwy
Golden CO 80403
Golden Community Contact Information
Questions or comments about all Golden facilities can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CoorsTek Golden, 600 9th Street Facility Air Permitting
Updated: June 20, 2018
Golden, Colorado, is home to our global headquarters and 9th Street Facility, as well as multiple other manufacturing facilities. CoorsTek applied to renew its operating permit for our 9th Street Facility located in downtown Golden through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The 9th Street Facility currently operates within the regulations set by CDPHE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and we continuously monitor our air emission sources with updated technology to ensure they are operating properly.
We are committed to minimizing the impacts of our operations on nearby residents and are working closely with CDPHE and EPA during the renewal process. We will work collaboratively with these organizations to address any concerns and to continue to work within regulations set by the CDPHE and EPA.
Maintaining an open dialogue with our neighbors in Golden and near all of our facilities is incredibly important, and we appreciate the opportunity to shed light on this permitting process. The permitting currently sits with CDPHE, who will then pass it on to the EPA for a 45-day review period.
Please check this page for the latest updates on the permitting process.
Questions About CoorsTek and the Permitting Process
For questions about the permitting process for CoorsTek, or our facilities located in Golden, please contact us at: email@example.com
Supporting Documents and Helpful Links
Summary FAQ Document (Updated June 20, 2018)
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment - Air Permits
Pictured: CoorsTek facility located on 9th Street in Golden, Co.