Baseline COVID-19 Community Update

        To Our Clients, Employees, and Communities, The first tenet of “What we do” is to Support Communities. We want you to know that we are following our local authority’s direction in order to keep all our employees and clients safe. Furthermore, we are continuing to take all prescribed health and safety… Read more »

Baseline Celebrates National Surveyors Week!

Survey Story of the Day “I got to survey the URS terminal at McCarran Airport, specifically the “Janet Airlines” terminal, i.e. Area 51 employees. This project included an extensive background check, under armed guard, no cameras and no phones. As far as aliens go, that’s classified.“— Danny Tucker, Survey Crew Chief NOTE: Janet Airlines, also… Read more »

Baseline Increases Capabilities by Offering Landscape Architecture

Baseline Engineering Corporation, an award-winning multi-disciplined engineering, community planning, and land surveying firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Landscape Architecture to its portfolio of service options. With the addition of landscape architecture, we are driven to better meet the needs of our existing and future clients. The landscape architecture department will complement our… Read more »

Floodplain Management

Are you planning a building project near a river? Are you trying to understand floodplain management and how to comply with FEMA standards? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Baseline Engineering Corporation understands that it can be overwhelming trying to keep track of every aspect of a building project. Hiring a company that… Read more »

Surveyors Complete UAV Pilot Licensing

In January, Aaron Demo, Doug Lancaster, Jayme Hobin, and Danielle Bustos braved the cold to complete drone flight school each earning their Part 107 certification which allows them to legally pilot an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or drone) for commercial use under FAA regulation. The flight school our team participated in was administered by an… Read more »

Infrastructure Report Card for Better Quality of Life

 Last week, the Colorado Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released a report card for Colorado’s infrastructure—the first since 2010 — garnering a C- grade for the state. Baseline Engineering Corporation Division Manager and ASCE Colorado Section President, Kim Swearingen, PE, MBA, attended and emceed the Infrastructure Report Card release on January… Read more »

Angel Tree at Baseline

B4C 2019 Angel Tree Event Through the Salvation Army, Baseline for Community (B4C) brought Angel Trees to our lobbies in Golden, Loveland, and Colorado Springs. The Angel Tree program provides Christmas gifts to children from less fortunate families who might not be able to celebrate the holidays. Tags are displayed on the trees with a… Read more »

CSU’s Florencio Guzman Diaz Receives 2019 Baseline Engineering Scholarship

Baseline is proud to support future engineers at Colorado State University’s (CSU) College of Engineering. This year, the Baseline Engineering Scholarship was awarded to Florencio Guzman Diaz who is a junior from Trinidad, CO and majoring in environmental engineering. “The scope of my intended major environmental engineering is wide and vast. The areas of specialization… Read more »

Baseline for Community’s Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

In November, Baseline for Community (B4C) sponsored our second company-wide Thanksgiving Food Drive — resulting in donating 876 lbs of non-perishable items to four different food bank programs: Food Bank of the Rockies, Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado, Food Bank for Larimer County, and LiftUp Routt County — surpassing last year’s food… Read more »

Celebrating National Community Planners Week – Day 4!

Planning Story of the Day “As planners, we are routinely asked to facilitate neighborhood meetings. Development proposals are presented to neighboring property owners to inform and to identify potential compatibility concerns. We are particularly adept at active listening, and creative problem-solving whenever we can. On one occasion, at particularly well-attended neighborhood meeting for a housing… Read more »