Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners is building this building in the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville where Westminster-based Accurence will move next year. (Courtesy Etkin Johnson)

Westminster-based Accurence moving to new Louisville facility

LOUISVILLE — Westminster software company Accurence is moving to the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville, where Denver developer Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners will build a 17,940-square-foot building for the company slated for completion early next year.

Etkin Johnson officials announced on Tuesday that they’d inked a lease with Accurence for the facility.

Accurence develops and maintains roofing software applications for insurance carriers and roofing contractors. The new building, on a 2.38-acre parcel at 305 S. Arthur Ave., will house 59 employees and provide Accurence with room for growth.

The new building will include an open office layoout and conference room as well as 1,500 square feet of warehouse space.

“Accurence was founded in the Colorado Technology Center,” Accurence president Jake Labrie said in a release. “Moving back after six years to build a facility in the business park just seems right.”

LOUISVILLE — Westminster software company Accurence is moving to the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville, where Denver developer Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners will build a 17,940-square-foot building for the company slated for completion early next year.

Etkin Johnson officials announced on Tuesday that they’d inked a lease with Accurence for the facility.

Accurence develops and maintains roofing software applications for insurance carriers and roofing contractors. The new building, on a 2.38-acre parcel at 305 S. Arthur Ave., will house 59 employees and provide Accurence with room for growth.

The new building will include an open office layoout and conference room as well as 1,500 square feet of warehouse space.

“Accurence was founded in the Colorado Technology Center,” Accurence president Jake Labrie said in a release. “Moving back after six years to build a facility in the business park just seems right.”