The University of Denver’s Rich Architectural History

Scott Reiman is a proud alumni and former trustee of the University of Denver, as well as the namesake of the Reiman School of Finance at the Daniels College of Business. Recently, Hexagon and Reiman’s contributions to the rich history of the University of Denver were featured in a DU blog post exploring the architectural hidden gems on campus.  

Notably, the article mentions, “the exterior of the Daniels College of Business features several limestone reliefs, funded by former DU trustee Scott Reiman. Carvings of a bull and bear, recognizable symbols of the stock market, grace the exterior and represent the study of finance. In honor of Reiman, a limestone grapevine protrudes from the exterior trim. It features tiny hexagon-shaped grapes, calling to mind Hexagon Investments.”  

The Reiman Theater, inside Margery Reed Hall, and the restoration of its long-lost and beautifully restored mural is also highlighted. For more than 80 years, the original Shakespearean mural created by Denver artist John E. Thompson was painted over and forgotten until being rediscovered in 2006.  

Learn more about The Reiman Foundation and Hexagon Investments.