Upcoming Projects

Professional Services (Projected) 

Q3 2021

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Q4 2021

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Construction Services (Projected)

Q3 2021

Tennessee & Oneida Storm Phase 1 

  • The Tennessee and Oneida Storm System, Phase 1 project will be to construct the downstream portion of a new storm system, which includes removing and replacing the outlet and culvert from Lollipop Lake to the outfall to Cherry Creek. New storm improvements will also be constructed in Garland park, which will convey stormwater runoff from Tennessee & Oneida to Lollipop Lake. While these improvements are underway in the park, Denver Parks will also be making improvements that include grading around Lollipop Lake, new plantings and irrigation improvements.  Goal: TBD

WQ REG Heron Pond-Carpio Sanguinette Park Phase 1B 

  • The Heron Pond Carpio-Sanguinette is a DOTI-Denver Parks and Recreation collaboration that constructs a regional water quality pond and a community park on the 80-acre site between 51st and 54th Avenues and between Emerson and Franklin Streets.  This phase of the project constructs the pond, as well as installs the infrastructure and performs the grading for the next phase, which will add park amenities to the site.  Goal: TBD

Marion Street System, Phase 2

  • This project is to extend a storm drain system for two city blocks, from the end of Phase 1 at Marion St and E 27th Ave south along Marion to W 25th Ave. The majority of the work consists of open cut construction of an 8’x8’ box, a 96” RCP, lateral pipes, inlets, manholes, and other drainage structures. Other areas of work include waterline relocation and surface restoration (paving) in areas where construction impacts existing infrastructure.  Goal: TBD

Safe Routes To School 

  • Provide Curb Extensions, curb ramps and crosswalk markings  along Bruce Randolph Ave at Franklin St and Humboldt St to improve Safe Routes to School.  Goal: TBD

Mill 13: So Central Downing Street 

  • Mill Levy Package 13– is a T&M CIP/Mill Traffic Signal Upgrade project. Propose is to rebuild 5 traffic signals located within an arterial corridor. The locations of these signals are at: 7th Ave & Downing St; 9th Ave & Downing St; Virginia Ave & Downing St; Kentucky Ave & Downing St; Louisiana Ave & Downing St.  Goal: TBD

2019 New Traffic Signals - 1: 11th Ave & Josephine, Alameda & Newport, 13th Ave & Osage 

  • Three new signals at E 11th Avenue/Josephine Street (Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon), E Alameda Avenue/S Newport Way (Full Traffic Signal), and W 13th Avenue/Osage Street (Full Traffic Signal).  Goal: TBD

Police District 5 Replacement 

  • Address deficiencies at current District 5 station with a new build.  Goal: TBD 

Blair-Caldwell Branch Library Renovation

  • The library wants to ensure that the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library continues to be a welcoming and useful facility that serves the Five Points Denver neighborhood well for generations to come and continue to be a stellar historical and cultural center for African Americans in the Rocky Mountain West. While keeping the integrity of the design, Blair-Caldwell requires significant changes in order to provide the vibrant and evolving community with current and future library services. Only available to SBE Contractors.  Goal: TBD

Mill Levy 16A: Capitol Hill - 13th Ave and 14th Ave 

  • The overall objective of this project is the redesign and reconstruction of the traffic signals and intersections of two major corridors within the City and County of Denver –  13th Avenue, and 14th Avenue. There are a total of six  (6) traffic signals is this project and the locations of these traffic signals upgrade are at the following intersections
  • 6 Signals: 13th at: Clarkson, Corona, Downing, 14th at: Clarkson, Washington, Pearl.  Goal: TBD

Mill Levy 26

  • This is the 2020 Traffic Signal Upgrade Mill Levy 26 Project.  The overall objective of this project is the redesign and reconstruction of six (6) traffic signals within the City and County of Denver (CCD). Goal: TBD

Citywide Sidewalk - McAuliffe Safe Routes to School CD8 (6 Seg)

  • The purpose of this team will be to work with CDOT to implement infrastructure changes to McAuliffee Elementary per CDOT grant requirements. Project includes: 1/2 mile of sidewalk with enhanced pedestrian crossing at 23rd Avenue/Kearney Street.

Q4 2021

General Storm - Bowles Ditch Separation, Phase 1 

  • Bowles Ditch Separation Ph. 1 consists of storm improvements from the Glenbrook Pond outfall to upstream of the Bowles Lateral. The project includes open cut installation of approximately 1050 feet of 42- and 48-inch storm main with laterals and inlets, including crossing the Bowles Lateral to West Saratoga Place. The Bowles Lateral will be piped via 60-inch pipe for 187 linear feet, upstream of the existing 72-inch culvert under West Saratoga Place. A headwall and wingwalls will be constructed at the culvert entrance.  Goal: TBD

WQ SS-Kentucky & Irving Park and Intersection Improvements

  • The W Kentucky Ave & S Irving St Park and Intersection Improvements project will construct a new Denver Park at the northeast corner of the intersection. These improvements will include shaded bench structures, a decorative wall, small basketball court, concrete skate features, landscaping and irrigation improvements and other concrete flatwork. Within the ROW at the intersection, the City will be constructing new curb and gutter bump outs that will contain flow through green infrastructure improvements with decorative landscaping and irrigation improvements. 

WQ SS-Federal Blvd, Alameda to Mississippi

  • The South Federal Green Blvd. project will involve the construction of 60 streetside stormwater planters and associated retaining walls, underdrains, irrigation, landscaping, and sidewalk replacement. This green infrastructure project is located in the S. Federal Blvd ROW, mostly behind the curb, between Alameda Ave. and Tennessee Ave. This is a retrofit project that will require close utility coordination and field fitting to construct around existing conflicts. 

General Sanitary - 29th and Speer Blvd/Louisiana and Pearl

  • The goal of the W 29th Ave & Speer Blvd Sanitary Improvements project will be to remove and replace two runs of existing 8” sanitary sewer in Speer Blvd from W 29th Ave to Bryant St. This construction will need to reconnect existing sanitary service lines, make curb ramp improvements and restore that asphalt street.
  • At Louisiana Ave & S Pearl St, they City will be making storm improvements that will consist of removing existing inlets and replacing them with new, higher capacity inlets that will tie back into the existing 21” storm main in Louisiana Ave. The street will also be regraded approximately ½ block in each direction to help restore the curb height and regain the street capacity for stormwater runoff. Landscaping and irrigation improvements will also be in the project scope.

South Broadway Corridor Multi-Modal Transportation Improvements Project 

  • Develop a two-way enhanced bicycle facility concept design (10-30 % design, aerial-based plans) for the Broadway corridor (I-25 to 16th) to educate the public, including cyclists, residents, and business owners and their employees, of the challenges and opportunities associated with developing a multi-modal corridor. This should include cross sections that indicate the scope of the improvements including: signal and intersection modifications, signage and striping changes, parking, bikeway and transit improvements.  Goal: TBD

HSIP 2018 Pkg 2: Fed @ 38th/Exposition/Kentucky/Mississippi/Jewell/; CO/MLK 

  • Includes rebuilt traffic signals and intersection improvements at Colorado Blvd & MLK Blvd, and 5 Locations along Federal Blvd: 38th Ave, Exposition Ave, Kentucky Ave, Mississippi Ave, & Jewell Ave.  New signals will be built to City and County of Denver Standards, and intersection improvements may include but are not limited to ADA accessible curb ramps, sidewalks, curb and gutter, and any necessary drainage work. Goal: TBD

20th Street Viaduct Rehabilitation 

  • The project will rehabilitate the 20th over Platte River bridge.  Work includes concrete deck repairs, bridge rail repairs, expansion joint replacements, and a thin bonded overlay.

Q1 2022

Mill 10 Monaco Signal Rebuild 

  • Redesign and reconstruction of seven (7) traffic signals within the City and County of Denver (CCD). The intersections are: N Monaco Pkwy & 14th Ave; N Monaco Pkwy & 13th Ave; N Monaco Pkwy & 8th Ave; N Monaco Pkwy & 6th Ave; N Monaco Pkwy & 4th Ave; N Monaco Pkwy & Cedar Ave; N Monaco Pkwy & Virginia Ave Improvements made to curb ramps, sidewalk, curb and gutters, and curb returns at each intersection for enhanced pedestrian access.  Goal: TBD

Mill Levy 15 Central Capitol Hill at 6th Ave and 8th Ave 

  • This project consists of Consultant Selection and Design to final construction plans for 19-intersections traffic signal replacements in the Capital Hill Neighborhood along 6th Ave and 8th Ave corridors.  Goal: TBD

General Storm - Antero Peak

  • The Antero Peak General Storm project consists of two locations: South Adams Way in the Wellshire neighborhood, and Stuart Street in the West Colfax neighborhood. South Adams Way is a storm project that includes open cut construction to upgrade and reconfigure laterals and inlets at the intersection of South Adams Way and South Monroe Street as well as mid-block on South Adams Way between South Monroe Street and East Eastman Avenue. The Stuart Street project consists of approximately 2000 LF of open cut construction of a 48” RCP storm main with laterals, inlets, and manholes. There will also be an outfall to Dry Gulch with landscape restoration including water quality features.  Goal: TBD

27th Street Interceptor, Phase 4

  • This project is to extend a storm drain system for four city blocks, from the end of Phase 3 at Washington St and E 25th Ave south along Washington St. to E 20th Ave. The majority of the work consists of open cut construction of 78” RCP, lateral pipes, inlets, manholes, and other drainage structures. Other areas of work include waterline relocation and surface restoration (paving) in areas where construction impacts existing infrastructure.

Q2 2022

E. 16th Avenue System Phase 2 

  • The E 16th Avenue Street System - Phase 2 is a large storm system in Batavia Pl from 17th Ave to approximately Dahlia St.  Goal: TBD 

Jackson St Storm Phase 2 

  • The Jackson St Storm Phase 2 project is a large storm system that extends from 14th Ave and Jackson Street to near Hale Parkway along Colorado Blvd or Albion St.  Goal: TBD

General Storm - Torreys Peak

  • This project consists of three general storm locations- Ellsworth Ave, Phase 2 which extends from Cook St to Garfield St., Franklin Alley which is the west alley of Franklin between E Illif Ave and E Warren Ave,  and Upper Sanderson Gulch at S Vrain St.  Ellsworth Ave consists of approximately 1000 LF of open cut construction ranging in sizes from 18”-36” and 4.8x4.4 RCBC. Franklin Alley consists of open cut construction of approximately 500LF of 18”RCP.  Upper Sanderson Gulch consists of approximately 3000 LF of open cut construction ranging in sizes from 18-54” RCP. Other areas of work include waterline relocation and surface restoration (paving) in areas where construction impacts existing infrastructure.  Goal: TBD

Q3 2022

HSIP CCD 2018 Pkg 4: Park & I25/I70; Miss @ Platte/Santa Fe; Colfax/Downing

  • HSIP CCD 2018 Pkg. 4 is a federal grant traffic signal upgrade and intersection improvement project operating under the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). The project goal is to reconstruct four (4) existing traffic signals within the City and County of Denver located at (1) Park Avenue West at I-25/I-70 On-Ramp; (2) Mississippi Avenue at Platte River Drive; (3) Mississippi Avenue at Santa Fe Drive; and (4) Colfax Avenue at Downing Street.  Goal: TBD

HSIP CCD 2018 Pkg 5: Colfax at Broadway/Lincoln/Grant

  • HSIP CCD 2018 Pkg. 5 is a federal grant traffic signal upgrade and intersection improvement project operating under the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). The project goal is to reconstruct three (3) existing traffic signals within the City and County of Denver located at (1) Colfax Avenue and Broadway; (2) Colfax Avenue and Lincoln Street; and (3) Colfax Avenue and Grant Street.  Goal: TBD

Citywide Sidewalk - CD2 - Group 1 (9 Seg) (13.01.020.044)

  • This project will design and construct 9 missing sidewalk segments covering approximately 3,280 linear feet across council district 2. These projects are expected to have varying conflicts that will need to be addressed during design. The improvements include missing sidewalk segment design, constructing a Denver Moves: Trails and Pedestrian compliant sidewalk in each identified location and any associated necessary concrete repairs/replacement (curb/gutter, curb ramps, and other miscellaneous features).  Goal: TBD

Q4 2022

Police District 6 Replacement

  • Demo/Rebuild due to significant increase in number of officers and staff for District 6 (40% increase since 2009) Goal: TBD

Morrison Road Improvement

  • Roadway reconstruction between Nevada and Perry, two pedestrian plazas, plus bulb-outs at 3 intersections.  Goal: TBD