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Welcome to
Joubert.

I’m President and CEO Paige Lentz. This is how I got here.

Joubert  |   It’s my mother’s maiden name. I decided to use this family name for my company because I want to show people how meaningful my work is to me.

Dad  |  My dad helped shape me into the person I am today. He taught me perseverance on the many backpacking trips we took together. His entrepreneurial ventures showed me the limitless possibilities of ingenuity. And passion – he has no rivals when it comes to cheering for the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns sports teams.

Art  |  I loved art class growing up. As an adult, I’ve studied how color affects space, the environment, and people’s moods. My work today is an extension of my thirst for creativity. Design and building are art forms to me. 

Colorado  |   This is my home. I’m proud to have worked in the real estate industry in this state for 15 years.

I look forward to working with you.

You can’t build something of quality unless you do it intentionally.

With every project, Paige asks: How does this building fit within the context of the community? How does it fit with the owner? How will it fit into the future? To build with intention, Joubert uses four guiding ideas:

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There are no silos at Joubert. We integrate all stakeholders from start to finish.

The result: A more efficient process, lower costs, less waste and a better product.

Paige leads a team of experts to design, plan, construct and finish every project in a way that streamlines the traditional building approach.

Detail-obsessed? Maybe. But we at Joubert consider that an asset. No door knob is too small, and no paint shade is merely close enough for us to scrutinize how our choices affect our projects’ overall goals.

We’ve tracked down reclaimed tile from a 100-year old French chateau and a red claw-foot bath tub from Italy. We recreated the historic Brown Palace Hotel’s original bar in a home in Denver’s Washington Park neighborhood, spending countless hours researching and even more time finding the materials. We pore over the minutiae in our projects because it’s not only the right thing to do – in our mind, it’s the only thing to do.
See, if we focus on the details from the beginning of a project, we save time, money – and Advil – at the end.

Our goal is to be good stewards of the Earth.

In all of our projects, we aim to leave the smallest carbon footprint possible. 

At Joubert, we talk about sustainability at the beginning of the project – not once we’re halfway through as a project add-on. We view sustainability as a building philosophy that we commit to from Day One.
We use:

  • High-efficiency thermal heating and cooling systems
  • Quality, Earth-friendly insulation
  • Energy-efficient windows
  • Water retention systems
  • Solar panels
  • Paints with no volatile organic compounds
  • Reclaimed materials

We are sensitive to our projects’ natural habitats.
When we start a project, we become intimately familiar with the contours of the land and the character of the neighborhood. We then determine how best to use those unique features.

But our community involvement doesn’t end when a project is completed.
Over the years, Joubert team members have:
worked pro bono with the Home Builders Foundation of Metro Denver to help modify the homes of people with physical disabilities who have a financial need

  • promoted literacy through work with the Junior League of Denver;
  • helped provide horse therapy for deaf or hearing impaired children; and
  • collected backpacks and provided meals for homeless students in both Denver and San Antonio. 

We strive to be a force of good in our communities.