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Stantec to Revitalize Infrastructure at U.S. National Parks

Stantec has been awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to serve as architect and engineering consultant by the National Park Service (NPS). Under the U.S. $30 million contract, Stantec will work closely with the NPS Denver Service Center to find design solutions to address the backlog of infrastructure maintenance within …

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Aspen Snowmass to Debut All-Electric Slope-Side Development

East West Partners will begin construction this April on Electric Pass Lodge in Aspen Snowmass — one of the first of its kind slope-side, ski in/ski out for-sale residences that is 100 percent powered by renewable energy. The building will include 53 ski-in/ski-out, for-sale residences at the base of the iconic …

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National Engineering Firm Expands Reach in the Mile High City

Walter P Moore, a multi-disciplinary engineering firm with 22 national and international offices and over 700 employees worldwide, recently opened a new office in Denver. Known as industry leaders in sports, healthcare, aviation, higher education, and commercial projects, Walter P Moore established an office in downtown Denver in August 2020 …

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ACEC Colorado Bestows Highest Honor for Professional Engineering Contributions 

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado (ACEC Colorado) has honored Robert G. Carlson, PE of Lakewood-based Muller Engineering Company, with the association’s highest honor as the winner of the Orley O. Phillips Award. This annual award is granted to an ACEC Colorado member who has made significant contributions to the profession, …

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Avenida Partners Embraces New Tech to Improve Safety of Amenity Spaces

By Autymn Rubal, special projects manager with CFC Construction During a global pandemic, community gathering spaces become higher-risk environments. Communities worldwide need to determine best practices for safely reopening these spaces. The hurdles to reopening appear even more challenging against the backdrop of an economic recession, when every business must strive to make …

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Major Restoration on Tap for Denver’s South Platte River

A leader in river restoration and development, S2O Design and Engineering has been selected to execute a signature component of downtown Denver’s River Mile development—the restoration of the iconic South Platte River. The effort will incorporate sustainability, aquatic and riparian habitat enhancements, and flood control along a more than 1-mile-long …

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MTech Mechanical Raises $10k for Suicide Prevention Coalition of CO

MTech Mechanical held its first annual Samborski Memorial Clay Shoot in October at Kiowa Creek Sporting Clays. $5000 was raised completely through internal donations and matched by MTech to donate $10,000 directly to the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado (SPCC). “Due to current pandemic, our team had to adapt and …

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ACEC Colorado Announces 2021 Engineering Excellence Award Winners 

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado (ACEC Colorado) honored 16 Colorado consulting engineering firms’ design and research projects during its Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) virtual presentation on Nov. 2. The ACEC Colorado annual EEA program recognizes consulting engineering firms for projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, …

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RTD’s N Line Now Open Connecting North Metro Denver to Downtown

The long-awaited RTD N line—the first electrified commuter rail line that RTD will operate—is now officially open for passenger service. The new commuter rail line significantly improves mobility from the city’s northern suburbs to downtown Denver. Global architecture, engineering, and design firm, Stantec, provided project management, track design, structural design, …

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City of Brighton Approves Water Treatment Plant Upgrades

Environmental engineering and construction firm Brown and Caldwell has been approved by the City of Brighton to design improvements and expansions to the city’s drinking water treatment plants (WTPs). Serving more than 41,000 citizens over a 27-square-mile area, the city owns and operates two WTPs; the Reverse Osmosis (RO) WTP …

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