Clients & Employees Earn Baseline Fastest-growing Private Companies

2014 Fastest-growing Private Co Top 50Results are in for the Denver Business Journal’s top 50 finalists in the 2014 Fastest-growing Private Companies awards.  Baseline earned #2 in Flight IV, companies with annual revenues between $3.6 million and $9.9 million.  Companies were ranked in five flights based on the percentage of growth for ...

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Be The Change Volunteers for Tanzanian School

Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” — Mahatma Gandhi

As BaselinBe The Change Volunteerse’s Division Manager, Rick Behning has extensive experience helping public- and private-sector clients with their civil engineering needs. However, none has meant more personally and professionally than his volunteer assignment in Tanzania for Be The Change Volunteers (BTCV). This development aid, non-profit was formed in 2007 when friends rebuilt a school used in the ...

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USA Pro Challenge Cyclists Race by Baseline

Thanks to Golden Moves and the City of Golden for hosting Stage 6 of the USA Pro Challenge on August 24.  Baseline was proud to be a 2014 sponsor.  Cyclists raced down Washington Street under the iconic “Howdy Folks!  Welcome to Golden” arch.  This year’s route also included Baseline’s new headquarters at 1950 Ford Street.  Congratulations to Aspen’s Tejay van Garderen for winning his second USA Pro Challenge!

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Proud to Sponsor Stage 6 of USA Pro Challenge 2014

It’s back–USA Pro Challenge!  The City of Golden is hosting Stage 6, and Baseline is a proud sponsor. If you want to be in the middle of the action, Parfet Park is the place to be for the Watch Party:

Saturday, August 23

  • 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. — Kids’ Bicycle Rodeo in Golden Community Center parking lot — FREE helmets!
  • 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. — Double feature, “With My Own Two Wheels” and “American Flyers”

Sunday, August 24

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Baseline Ranks Top Colorado Firm on 2014 Hot Firm List

Baseline has earned position #38 on the 2014 Hot Firm List2014 Hot Firm ListZweigWhite’s annual List is an exclusive ranking of the 100 fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firms in the United States and Canada.  Rankings are based on the highest percentage revenue growth and dollar revenue growth over a three-year period compared to other entrants.  Baseline was the highest ...

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Green Buildings Lead with LEED Features

LEED logoBy Chris Rundall, PE, LEED AP & Jeremy Beard, PE, LEED AP O+M

Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) has been applied to more than 7,000 projects in the United States and 30 countries1).  From its simple beginnings in 1994, LEED has evolved into the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) comprehensive rating system.

Even with so much momentum, LEED certification takes a back seat to more popular energy concepts ...

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Greeley, CO Makes U.S. Best Cities for Jobs

When it’s all aboGreeley Logout location, Baseline’s Regional Office in Greeley, Colorado, has it made.  Greeley is one of three Colorado cities to make the U.S. best cities for jobs (Denver Business Journal 5/13/14).  Its 5.6 percent job growth last year and 12.2 percent increase between 2008 and 2013 place it fifth among small cities (less than 150,000 non-farm jobs).

What are the other Colorado cities?  Boulder ranks first among medium-sized cities, and ...

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Structural Engineering for Colorado Flood

Flood victims looking for structural engineering resources can turn to Colorado’s Structural Engineers Association.  This association provides links to firms on its members’ page.  Here are some local firms familiar to us:

  • RMG – RMG Engineers Group has an office in Evans.  It’s a multi-disciplinary engineering firm with specialties in structural engineering, home design and building code development.
  • Wernsman Engineering – Professional Engineer, Stephen Wernsman, heads ...
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Register for Land & Development Conference

If you’re involved in Colorado real estate, you know how difficult it is to keep up with key issues such as land-demand projections, navigating the entitlement process and major infrastructure projects along the Front Range.  On the morning of Tuesday, September 17, the Colorado Real Estate Journal along with NAIOP and Cassidy Turley will bring you up to speed.  Join them and Baseline for the Continue Reading →

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