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GARFIELD COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

Project Type: Access & Parking Upgrades, Fuel Tank Relocation
Team Members: River City Consultants, Storage Tank Technology Inc., Huddleston-Berry, Wolverton Landscaping
Construction Cost: $1.2M

Project Type: Access & Parking Upgrades, Fuel Tank Relocation
Team Members: River City Consultants, Storage Tank Technology Inc., Huddleston-Berry, Wolverton Landscaping
Construction Cost: $1.2M

Project Type: Access & Parking Upgrades, Fuel Tank Relocation
Team Members: River City Consultants, Storage Tank Technology Inc., Huddleston-Berry, Wolverton Landscaping
Construction Cost: $1.2M

Garfield County Fairgrounds
Garfield County Fairgrounds
Garfield County Fairgrounds
Garfield County Fairgrounds
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REDLANDS MESA GOLF COMMUNITY

Project Type: Residential Development
Description: Full civil engineering of mulit-phase residential golf course community that included engineering of roads and utility infrastructure in challenging topographic environment.

Project Type: Residential Development
Description: Full civil engineering of mulit-phase residential golf course community that included engineering of roads and utility infrastructure in challenging topographic environment.

Project Type: Residential Development
Description: Full civil engineering of mulit-phase residential golf course community that included engineering of roads and utility infrastructure in challenging topographic environment.

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Buzzard Creek Safety Improvements and Kimball Creek Safety Improvements

In 2018, River City Consultants engineered safety improvements for Mesa County along Kimball Creek Road between miles 58.6 and 58.7 of Buzzard Creek Rd. The project consisted of ~ 4 miles of road widening, sight distance improvements, resurfacing, clearing of roadside vegetation, MSE retaining walls, trench drains, numerous road culvert replacements and State and County permits. The accomplished goals of this project were to:

• Provide a corridor that focused on safety and functionality while accommodating heavy equipment traffic and the adjacent landowners

• Improve drainage conditions

• Remain within existing ROW limits and to minimize disturbance of land and existing properties

• Minimizing utility relocations to save time and money for the client.

In 2018, River City Consultants engineered safety improvements for Mesa County along Kimball Creek Road between miles 58.6 and 58.7 of Buzzard Creek Rd. The project consisted of ~ 4 miles of road widening, sight distance improvements, resurfacing, clearing of roadside vegetation, MSE retaining walls, trench drains, numerous road culvert replacements and State and County permits. The accomplished goals of this project were to:

• Provide a corridor that focused on safety and functionality while accommodating heavy equipment traffic and the adjacent landowners

• Improve drainage conditions

• Remain within existing ROW limits and to minimize disturbance of land and existing properties

• Minimizing utility relocations to save time and money for the client.

In 2018, River City Consultants engineered safety improvements for Mesa County along Kimball Creek Road between miles 58.6 and 58.7 of Buzzard Creek Rd. The project consisted of ~ 4 miles of road widening, sight distance improvements, resurfacing, clearing of roadside vegetation, MSE retaining walls, trench drains, numerous road culvert replacements and State and County permits. The accomplished goals of this project were to:

• Provide a corridor that focused on safety and functionality while accommodating heavy equipment traffic and the adjacent landowners

• Improve drainage conditions

• Remain within existing ROW limits and to minimize disturbance of land and existing properties

• Minimizing utility relocations to save time and money for the client.

Buzzard Creek Safety Improvements and Kimball Creek Safety Improvements
Buzzard Creek Safety Improvements and Kimball Creek Safety Improvements
Buzzard Creek Safety Improvements and Kimball Creek Safety Improvements
Buzzard Creek Safety Improvements and Kimball Creek Safety Improvements
Buzzard Creek Safety Improvements and Kimball Creek Safety Improvements
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POWDERHORN TINY HOMES

River City Consultants provided engineering and surveying for eight mobile “tiny homes” on .59 at Powderhorn Mountain Resort under a Temporary Use Permit with Mesa County. The scope of work included an engineering level topographic survey and site plan, utility locations, a level two traffic study, stormwater management plan, preliminary and final engineering, water/sewer demand calculations, and a representative for public hearings. This project was approved by Mesa County on September 16, 2019.

River City Consultants provided engineering and surveying for eight mobile “tiny homes” on .59 at Powderhorn Mountain Resort under a Temporary Use Permit with Mesa County. The scope of work included an engineering level topographic survey and site plan, utility locations, a level two traffic study, stormwater management plan, preliminary and final engineering, water/sewer demand calculations, and a representative for public hearings. This project was approved by Mesa County on September 16, 2019.

River City Consultants provided engineering and surveying for eight mobile “tiny homes” on .59 at Powderhorn Mountain Resort under a Temporary Use Permit with Mesa County. The scope of work included an engineering level topographic survey and site plan, utility locations, a level two traffic study, stormwater management plan, preliminary and final engineering, water/sewer demand calculations, and a representative for public hearings. This project was approved by Mesa County on September 16, 2019.

Garfield County Fairgrounds
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SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS ON HWY 340

River City Consultants engineered sidewalk improvements on Highway 340 for Mesa County. The scope of work entailed engineering a pedestrian pathway and inter-connectivity of existing pedestrian pathways along the Highway 340 corridor.

River City Consultants' scope included:
• Surveying included ownership, rights-of-way, easements, monument research, topographic survey, utility locates, and to develop base a map for the project.

• Engineering consisted of developing design alternatives, design of the sidewalk and path, ADA compliance (walk and curb ramps), drainage analysis & design, existing access tie-in (e.g., driveways), signage and striping, identifying required ROW acquisition, requiring easements, and preparing a CDOT compliant plan set and project specifications.

• Construction management entailed River City Consultants assisting Mesa County with CDOT compliant management of the project through the "local liaison" program, construction observation, and CDOT documentation of construction, materials, labor, and payment.

River City Consultants engineered sidewalk improvements on Highway 340 for Mesa County. The scope of work entailed engineering a pedestrian pathway and inter-connectivity of existing pedestrian pathways along the Highway 340 corridor.

River City Consultants' scope included:
• Surveying included ownership, rights-of-way, easements, monument research, topographic survey, utility locates, and to develop base a map for the project.

• Engineering consisted of developing design alternatives, design of the sidewalk and path, ADA compliance (walk and curb ramps), drainage analysis & design, existing access tie-in (e.g., driveways), signage and striping, identifying required ROW acquisition, requiring easements, and preparing a CDOT compliant plan set and project specifications.

• Construction management entailed River City Consultants assisting Mesa County with CDOT compliant management of the project through the "local liaison" program, construction observation, and CDOT documentation of construction, materials, labor, and payment.

River City Consultants engineered sidewalk improvements on Highway 340 for Mesa County. The scope of work entailed engineering a pedestrian pathway and inter-connectivity of existing pedestrian pathways along the Highway 340 corridor.

River City Consultants' scope included:
• Surveying included ownership, rights-of-way, easements, monument research, topographic survey, utility locates, and to develop base a map for the project.

• Engineering consisted of developing design alternatives, design of the sidewalk and path, ADA compliance (walk and curb ramps), drainage analysis & design, existing access tie-in (e.g., driveways), signage and striping, identifying required ROW acquisition, requiring easements, and preparing a CDOT compliant plan set and project specifications.

• Construction management entailed River City Consultants assisting Mesa County with CDOT compliant management of the project through the "local liaison" program, construction observation, and CDOT documentation of construction, materials, labor, and payment.

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