Land Development / Infrastructure

Stapleton Redevelopment

Forest City Development
Denver, Colorado
Stapleton Redevelopment

JFSA provided planning, engineering design, and permitting services for Filings 1, 7, 8 10 and 13 of Forest City's Stapleton Redevelopment project. This constituted close to 20% of the infrastructure design for the entire 5000-acre development. Services include; roadway design (including I-70 interchange), water and sewer design, regional stormwater conveyance and treatment facilities, site design for all big box and outlot commercial buildings on Filing 1, and all associated permitting.

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Stapleton Redevelopment Stapleton Redevelopment
Prairie Gateway Development Prairie Gateway Development
Littleton Village Littleton Village
Prospect Village Prospect Village
Foothills Campus Foothills Campus
The Meadows Sanctuary Subdivision The Meadows Sanctuary Subdivision

Stapleton Redevelopment

Forest City Development
Denver, Colorado
Stapleton Redevelopment

JFSA provided planning, engineering design, and permitting services for Filings 1, 7, 8 10 and 13 of Forest City's Stapleton Redevelopment project. This constituted close to 20% of the infrastructure design for the entire 5000-acre development. Services include; roadway design (including I-70 interchange), water and sewer design, regional stormwater conveyance and treatment facilities, site design for all big box and outlot commercial buildings on Filing 1, and all associated permitting.

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Prairie Gateway Development

Matrix Design Group / City of Commerce City
Commerce City, Colorado
Prairie Gateway Development

JFSA was contracted to provide planning, civil engineering design for the infrastructure associated with the 600-acre Prairie Gateway development, the home of the new Rapids Stadium. JFSA's responsibility was to design 11,500 feet of roadways, 20,000 feet of water lines up to 16-inch, 30,000 feet of sanitary lines up to 30 feet deep, and 15,000 feet of storm lines up to 90-inch. We also provided limited construction administration services.

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Littleton Village

Klipp Architects
Littleton, Colorado
Littleton Village

The project was comprised of approximately 77 acres of mixed-use development with approximately two-thirds residential, and one-third commercial development. JFSA's role was to provide conceptual engineering in support of the development plan proposal. Infrastructure design for approximately $13M of roads, sanitary sewer mains with private service connections, storm sewer, and water lines.

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Prospect Village

Urban Neighborhoods
Denver, Colorado
Prospect Village

The development was intended to be an urban residential neighborhood located on 6+ acres northwest of Coors Field off of 20th Street in downtown Denver, Colorado. JFSA provided the site/civil design including master planning and individual site design for seven urban loft-style buildings with pedestrian plaza, parking garage, off-site public parking facilities, and all public roadway and sanitary sewer mains with private service connections, storm sewer, and water lines to support the development. Two of the buildings have been completed to date.

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Foothills Campus

Foothills Parks and Recreation District
Jefferson County, Colorado
Foothills Campus

JFSA served as the civil engineer for the Ridge at West Meadows Administrative and Recreational Facilities Campus in Jefferson County. This development, owned and operated by Foothills Park and Recreation District, consists of more than 200 acres supporting a recreation center, ice arena, administrative facility, golf course, and various athletic fields. JFSA provided planning, design, and permitting services for the infrastructure of the overall development, as well as site specific design services for each building and athletic field within the project.

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The Meadows Sanctuary Subdivision

Skyland Meadows Development, Limited
Jefferson County, Colorado
The Meadows Sanctuary Subdivision

JFSA provided full engineering design for this project which included a pumping station, bike trails, a bridge and all associated infrastructure. JFSA prepared site development plans that redefined stormwater as a resource that contributes to the enhancement of the surrounding environment and quality of life, instead of a nuisance to be conveyed off-site as quickly as possible. The stream and open space on either side of the site were incorporated into the design to provide a wildlife sanctuary, wetlands, and waterfalls, creating a place of solitude for residents.

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