The Platte to Park Hill: Stormwater Systems project is taking a comprehensive approach to better protecting people and property against flooding while improving water quality and enhancing public spaces. The $300 million project is one of the largest innovative green infrastructure projects the City of Denver has undertaken. The four-part project includes a new river outfall and park improvements, a linear greenway, and an improved city golf course in an area that encompasses eight neighborhoods.
Livable Cities Studio, Inc. is part of the Program Implementation Management team for the overall process bringing design oversight and public involvement strategy to the project as well as supporting the procurement team in the development of the procurement documents. In addition, Livable Cities Studio is providing urban design and landscape architecture services for the 39th Avenue Greenway preliminary design which includes programming, cost estimating, overall plan development, graphics and the development of supporting procurement drawings
Urban Design | Landscape Architecture | Ecological Infrastructure Design | Public Engagement
City and County of Denver
Matrix Design Group