A twist to a barn raising is a barn moving. Baseline provided civil engineering services for the Iconic Entry project, which consists of moving the historical Arnold Barn to a new location at the entrance to the ski resort in Steamboat Springs. Our work included the associated grading and drainage plan for the Arnold Barn… Read more »
When it comes to your community’s next big infrastructure project, there are many Colorado civil engineering companies to choose from. You need civil engineers who not only design and implement exacting engineering solutions but also communicate effectively with all interested parties. From government agencies to concerned citizens, many people are impacted by new development. At… Read more »
On August 9th DDRC, the Developmental Disabilities Resource Center, hosted their 26th Charity Golf Tournament at Hiwan Golf Club in Evergreen, Colorado. Baseline Engineering sponsored four members to join the tournament and raise funds for this important organization. Proceeds will be used to create job opportunities people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families… Read more »
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.
A beautiful day for some field work/spelunking for a 2,000-ft-long culvert in Black Hawk for a LOMR we are completing. Mike and Mat don safety wear to check out culvert slope and conditions.
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… Read more »
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… Read more »
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… Read more »
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,… Read more »
Here’s the second snapshot of a Baseline employee sabbatical. (The first snapshot was of our Business Development Manager, Rick Behning’s trip to Morocco.) 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… Read more »