Featured Project: US HWY 36 BRT Bus Shelters
Removal of existing and installation of 16 new BRT Bus Shelters as part of the US HWY 36 express bus lane expansion project. The primary challenge of this project is battling the winter elements as well as dealing with constant traffic on US HWY 36 that remains active throughout the multi-phased project.
(currently under construction) completied fall of 2014
This project consisted of 2 city blocks in the Curtis Park neighborhood of Denver. The area is being revitalized for “urban farmers”.
The unique features of this project were installing one of the original “bike share” stations that was working under a prototype program at this time. We also installed the first LED street lights in Denver on this project, as well as solar powered site lighting.
Today the Urban Farmers provide local produce to the neighborhood and local restaurants.
This project consisted of several patch areas of concrete repair that needed to take place on the existing Wier. The challenges of this project were access. There is no way to access the work area by vehicle. Therefore, we had to crane a forklift onto the dam some 20+ below the access above the berm. All materials to be installed had to be brought down into place, and all debris that was chipped out or a bi-product of construction had to be trapped and removed including dust mitigation.
This work was completed for the Army Corp of Engineers, and therefore a challenge in itself. The project was voted a success by all parties.