Laboratory adds staff Infinity Laboratories, a full-service chemical and microbiological contract laboratory based in Castle Rock, has added staff members to the company’s expanding team and …
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Laboratory adds staff
Infinity Laboratories, a full-service chemical and microbiological contract laboratory based in Castle Rock, has added staff members to the company’s expanding team and recently expanded and purchased Ultimate Labs in San Diego.
“We are also excited to announce some amazing new hires, and one internal promotion, all of whom are dedicated to our bedrock principles of excellence, integrity, and quality,” Daniel Henderson, president and chief executive officer of Infinity Laboratories, said in a news release.
Sergey Boytsov was named chief operation officer and chief information officer. He will oversee all internal operational and IT activities.
Greg Rhead was named vice president of quality and regulatory and will oversee all global quality governance and initiatives.
Gary Doucette is now vice president of sales and will oversee all sales and customer service teams.
Sophia Sueck was named laboratory director of the San Diego facility, Ultimate Laboratories. Sueck has been with Infinity Laboratories since 2015 and has most recently served as microbiology manager.
Cooking studio to open
Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios will open its first studio in Colorado this summer. The Highlands Ranch location will be owned and operated by Chris Logue and Shaylee Smith, a mother-daughter team of Colorado natives. The studio will offer hands-on culinary experiences for children and adults.
With a background in early childhood education, Logue and Smith were drawn to the experiential aspects of the Flour Power philosophy, they said in a news release. The studio will offer birthday parties, weekly classes, full-day camps, kids night out and special events.
“Our studios are constantly adding new culinary programming for children designed to help them be more mindful of making smart and healthy eating choices while learning lifelong skills in the kitchen,” Susan Caldwell, founder and CEO of the company, said in the news release. “Cooking teaches children so much, including reading, math, science and chemistry.”
Flour Power studios also offer a variety of events for adults, including special events, themed classes, birthday parties, and corporate team-building events.
Local brewery changes hands
Brewability Lab and The Brew on Broadway announce the purchase of The BoB and name change of Brewability Lab to Brewability on Broadway. The sale is expected to be finalize by July 31.
Brewability employs adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to brew and serve craft beer. It is the only brewery in the United States with this model, according to a news release.
Brewability opened in 2016 at the original Caution Brewing space in northeast Denver. Its new location at 3445 S. Broadway in Englewood is more accessible, the release said.
Brewability plans to maintain and grow community outreach events developed by The BoB, according to the news release. It also plans to add its food service to the South Broadway location.
A going-away party for The Brew on Broadway is planned for July 27. The BoB opened July 6, 2013, on South Broadway and has brewed its interpretations of English-style ales.
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