THK is pleased to be teamed up with Yeh and Associates to investigate the rock fall mitigation strategies along West Bound Peak Period Shoulder Lane (WB PPSL) through the I-70 Mountain Corridor. THK and Yeh are able to digitally create 3-D images of the rock faces using drone technology.
The Ilex walls are in the process of being painted. The walls are being painted to look like stone using stain. CDOT Project Manager tells the Newsletter “an important part of the project has been ensuring whatever work we do, it complements key aspects of Pueblo. This includes the baseball player wall by Runyon Field and this process of matching the stone look of the Riverwalk”.
A ribbon cutting ceremony, softball tournament and trick-or-treat event marked the grand re-opening of Riverside Park. The Park, 5 years in the making, was completed on schedule, and under budget.
City Councilwoman Alicia Johnson told the Greeley Tribune “The resurrection of this park means so much because the flood was such a tragedy. Bringing the community back together in one place is symbolic because it shows we go through this together.”
In an article published in The Daily Sentinel describes the area as “the 18 Road area is home to five singletrack and doubletrack trails on 83 miles and acts as the access to the seasonally open 10-mile Sarlaac Trail that traverses the Little Book Cliffs”.
According to the City of Colorado Spring's website, The Uintah Street Bridge Underpass trail construction is an "$1.1- to $1.2-million project [that] will eliminate the most dangerous road crossing on this section of trail and make the trail on the western side of the creek more usable. Legacy Loop Plaza opened in November. With about 100 parking spaces, bus pull-ins and easy access from I-25, the area is perfect for staging big races and other events."
“[The Design and Construction Teams] did a great job getting this massive project done and we are very happy it is over and the results are already paying off,” Mayor Mike Hillman said in an interview with CBS News 4.
Construction for the gabion retaining walls has begun. These walls will provide trail access under the Uintah bridge, which will become one of the off street connections of the Legacy Loop in Downtown Colorado Springs.
THK is very pleased to announce the completion of the Fraser River Corridor Master Plan through Cozens Ranch Open Space! Big thank you to the Town of Fraser and all of our stakeholders for their continued investment in responsible recreation and environmental stewardship in this 120-acre open space.
THK is pleased to be working with the Fountain Creek Watershed, Flood Control and Greenway District, CDOT, Matrix Design Group, Aztec General Contractors and Sun Construction on the retoration of Fountain Creek at Hwy 47.
The Town of Fraser recently hosted a multi day envisioning session and open forum discussion that included a series of open house presentations, tours and social events all aimed at developing the Fraser River Corridor Master Plan
THK Associates was honored with a 2016 American Society of Landscape Architects Colorado Chapter (ASLA Colorado) Merit Award in the Flood Restoration category for their revegetation and restoration work on Piney Creek.
The Colorado Lottery Starburst Community Awards recognizes excellence in the use of Lottery proceeds in community projects implemented to enhance a community’s environment. In October of 2016, this award was bestowed to the City of Colorado Springs for their work on the environmental playground at America the Beautiful. From the Colorado Lottery News page on their website, the environmental playground is touted as a “new addition to the park [that] will continue to showcase Colorado’s beauty." This playground does not build a predetermined experience but provides the building block for an adventure! Every trip to the park is a new and exciting experience.
THK Associates, Inc. has been involved with the successful design and installation of a fish passage structure located in the City of Fountain, Colorado.The existing diversion structure was retro-fitted to allow the migration of high plains fish species throughout Fountain Creek, with specific consideration given to the threatened Arkansas Darter and a species of concern, the Flathead Chub. The fish passage structure has been installed and is a great success. The Arkansas Darter and Flathead Chub now have free access to Fountain Creek and are no longer a free meal!
THK is pleased to have been be featured in the I-25: The New Pueblo Freeway eNewsletter! We are enjoying our work with CDOT, the Consultant Team, the Contractor Team and the City of Pueblo bringing the Ilex Street to City Center Drive improvements to life!
THK Associates, Inc. involvement with the I-25 / Cimarron Interchange Design-Build Project has been featured in CDOT's January 2016 Enewsletter. The THK Team worked alongside Scott Systems and the public to create a design theme for the bridge abutments that celebrates the adjacent Fountain Creek with characteristic aquatic elements. The concrete panels will be complete and installed adjacent to Fountain Creek in 2017.