Baseline was there—Ragnar Trail and Ride the Rockies!

The weekend of June 9th kicked off the Baseline fittest with the Ragnar Trail and the Ride the Rockies events!

Ragnar Trail is a 120-mile relay race for eight runners over a 24-hour period through a series of three challenging trail loops in Snowmass, CO. Baseline’s first year to enter a corporate team of runners placed 119 out of 222 teams! Not too shabby!!! Our team included: Matt Tyburski, Jesse Carano, Emily Logan, and Jordan Piaskowy; as well as clients, friends, ...

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Best Engineering Companies in Colorado

In civil engineering, there’s only one opportunity to get it right. With zero margin for error, public projects need to be expertly done the first time. The best engineering companies in Colorado are meticulous, delivering precise engineering solutions. With 20 years of experience, Baseline Engineering Corporation is one of the leading engineering companies in the region. Our customized solutions in civil engineering, community planning, land survey, and water & wastewater engineering deliver to our client’s exact specifications.

Best Engineering Companies in ...

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Construction Begins Today for a Baseline-Designed Project in Garden City!

Over the last four years, Baseline has worked in collaboration with Garden City on its 8th Avenue Realignment & Rehabilitation project where we’ve completed survey, traffic analysis, and conceptual and final design for realignment and rehabilitation spanning over five City blocks. Click here for more on this exciting project.

 

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Baseline Sabbatical Takes to the High Seas

During the eighth year of work (after working seven full, consecutive years), our full-time civil engineers, land surveyors, community planners and water/wastewater engineers are eligible for paid sabbaticals. This benefit includes 22 consecutive business days off plus approval on a discretionary bonus up to $2,000. The bonus can be applied to flight, lodging and other approved trip expenses. In January/February, Danny Miller spent part of his sabbatical on an ocean cruise. Here’s Danny’s sabbatical journey.

Danny Miller, Baseline CAD Technician

Sabbatical Destination: Norwegian Cruise ...

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Baseline’s Employee Sabbatical Calls for Surf and Sand

During the eighth year of work (after working seven full, consecutive years), our full-time civil engineers, land surveyors, community planners and water/wastewater engineers are eligible for paid sabbaticals. This benefit includes 22 consecutive business days off plus approval on a discretionary bonus up to $2,000. The bonus can be applied to flight, lodging and other approved trip expenses. Last month, Chris Rundall took his sabbatical away from the office. The following is Chris’ story on how he spent ...

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Colorado State University’s Tetiana Rivkina Receives 2017 Baseline Engineering Scholarship

Proud to support Colorado State University’s (CSU) College of Engineering students, this year’s Baseline Engineering Scholarship was awarded to Tetiana Rivkina. A committee appointed by the Dean of the Scott College of Engineering selected Tetiana based on the scholarship’s criteria:

  • Full-time undergraduate student within the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Major in Civil/Environmental Engineering
  • Minimum overall 2.75 GPA
  • Preference given to students from rural communities covering a six-state region.

According to Susheela Mallipudi, Department Coordinator/Graduate Advisor, “Tetiana is from the Ukraine and is a ...

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Civil Engineering’s Teachable Moments

As a project manager in Baseline’s Civil Engineering division, Mike White, P.E., understands the intricacies of the projects he manages inside and out. The Colorado School of Mines (CSM) recently tapped into his knowledge. CSM invited Mike to give a presentation about water quality and underground detention. Representatives from student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Associated General Contractors of America were his audience.

Mike not only found the ideal project to ...

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Civil Engineering Internship Emphasizes Land Development

From the bicycle-friendly city of Davis, California, to the same in Golden, Colorado School of Mines’ (CSM) student, Maito Okamoto, is experiencing what it’s like to live in a different state as well as what it’s like to attend an engineering-exclusive school.

Maito is a second generation immigrant from Japan. His first language was Japanese, but he learned English when he started school. Although the cultural diversity in Colorado isn’t as vast as California, Maito is settling in. He’s the ...

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