Baseline is proud to announce Noah J. Nemmers, PE, PLS has joined the firm as Manager of our Civil Engineering Group. Mr. Nemmers joins Baseline to expand and strengthen our services in the area of land development engineering and municipal infrastructure upgrades. As a Project Manager in the Denver area for the last 6 years, Noah’s experience ranges from annexation and infrastructure design for clients such as Lowe’s to client representation and project management on a 1500 acre ...
We finally have the technology approved by the State and Funding Agency. We are now 30% complete with design of a 600 GPM Arsenic and Uranium Water Treatment Facility. This design is tricky because the raw water is high in Silica. After a long deliberation, we decided to not adjust the pH. We have an MnO2 coagulation filtration unit and dose ferric chloride on the front end to take care of the Arsenic. After that ...Continue Reading →
We’ve completed our report and a series of intersection analysis exercises necessary to determine the most effective design. This has resulted in a 135 foot inscribed diameter roundabout on South Golden Road, Golden, Colorado.
Engineers from Jefferson County say, “Baseline Engineering has demonstrated that a 135 foot inscribed diameter roundabout will perform well at this location. The engineers have performed a technical roundabout analysis & design to achieve a state-of-the-art design that limits entry ...Continue Reading →
It’s always fun getting a pH Meter, D.O. Meter, and Imhoff Cones through customs.Continue Reading →
Golden, CO (PRWEB) | October 5, 2009
Baseline Engineering designed the $3.2 Million Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Facility for the Town of Red Cliff. Ground breaking for the new plant occurred on September 29, 2009.
Finally! That was the collective feeling of the project team on September 29 when ground was broken on the new Red Cliff Wastewater Treatment Facility. A project that has been 20 years in the making took a ...Continue Reading →
By David Beasley | Global Atlanta | September 15, 2099
In 2005, Charles Brewer again found himself at a crossroads. He had already founded Mindspring Enterprises Inc., an Internet service provider, which merged with Earthlink Network Inc. in 2000 to become the second largest Internet company in the U.S. After leaving the tech field a few months after the merger, Mr. Brewer became a real estate developer, transforming a former cement recycling plant ...Continue Reading →
Golden, CO (PRWEB) | March 5, 2008
Baseline Costa Rica S.A. together with Baseline Corp U.S. recently completed a challenging Water and Wastewater Master Plan for an 1100 acre land development project along the Gold Coast of Costa Rica. The Master Plan is for the Las Catalinas development just north of the Town of Potrero in the Guanacaste Province. Ultrafiltration for water treatment and an MBR with a re-use component is being recommended.
The experts ...Continue Reading →
We are all very proud of Tim for this. Below are excerpts from the Greeley Tribune, the Rocky Mountain News and 9News coverage on the story.
GREELEY, CO – Three years ago, Timothy Geisick visited the site of a
school bus accident that took the lives of his aunt and uncle before he ever had a chance to meet them. On Dec. 14, 1961, 20 school children from Greeley, about 50 miles north of Denver, were killed when ...
Part of Baseline’s vision statement is to improve its communities. Idaho Springs to benefit from their involvement.
Baseline Engineering was recently selected by the City of Idaho Springs for Surveying, Design Engineering, and Construction Administration services for a major sanitary sewer rehabilitation project. The project will replace a large portion of the city’s aging collection system to reduce inflow and infiltration. Excess inflow and infiltration into the ...Continue Reading →
By Jacob Smith, Mayor, City of Golden
Last night we made a tough call in choosing between two options for the preservation of the Brickyard Manager’s House at the north end of town. As I said during the meeting, all things being equal the Golden Landmarks Association proposal would be the preferred option, since it would place ownership of the property in the hands of a local, community-based nonprofit. All things were not equal, ...Continue Reading →