By Chris Rundall Here in Colorado, consumers pay a 40.4 cents-per-gallon tax on gasoline: of this tax, 18.4 cents goes to the federal government and 22 cents goes to the state. The state tax portion, which funds maintenance and improvements to our state’s roads and bridges, has not changed since 1991. However, inflation and improved vehicle… Read more »
In the Denver Metro area and Northern Colorado when “urban infill” projects are mentioned, we might think of the downtown Denver area just North of Coors Field or Stapleton as prime examples of the term. Wikipedia defines infill as “the use of land within a built-up area for further construction; especially as part of a… Read more »
By Noah Nemmers, PE Low-impact development (LID) is a term used to describe a land planning and engineering design approach to managing storm water runoff. LID emphasizes conservation and use of on-site natural features to protect water quality. This approach implements engineered small-scale hydrologic controls to replicate the pre-development hydrologic regime of watersheds through infiltrating, filtering, storing, evaporating, and detaining runoff close to its source. Baseline has been involved in numerous… Read more »
By Aaron Demo, PLS Professional Land Surveyors are constantly helping clients understand what they need when they say they need a “survey.” Surveys can range from Improvement Location Certificates (“ILCs”) to the infamous “ALTA surveys”. Surveys are generally subject to state and local regulations, but can still vary in dramatic ways. The ALTA survey is… Read more »
By Noah Nemmers, PE As pavement technology continues to change and advance, a major emphasis is being put on environmental stewardship. Highway administration’s efforts are increasingly aimed at the industry’s overall use of recycled materials, environmental and ecological constrains, as well as the Long-Term Pavement Performance. Better determining the current condition of the country’s pavements… Read more »
No matter who you are, this is impressive. 105′ bridge girders installed today with a huge crane with 400′ telescoping boom!
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Baseline’s Alvarado Road project is out to bid with Bid Opening August 9. A 2 mile widening and repaving project near Empire, CO. Call our office for details.
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,… Read more »
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… Read more »