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We have helped our clients implement hundreds of projects, from large national and regional projects and programs to small, locally important initiatives. Here are some highlights of a couple of current projects :

I-70 Mountain Corridor, Floyd Hill

For more than 15 years, Peak staff have been integral to developing
context-sensitive solutions to improve safety and mobility along the
I-70 Mountain Corridor between the Denver metro area and Glenwood
Springs. Peak, in partnership with Atkins Global, led the NEPA process for the I-70 Floyd Hill Project, conducting technical analyses and supporting a comprehensive Context Sensitive Solutions stakeholder process for this project. The transformative project will add a third westbound travel lane to eliminate the bottleneck of two-lane capacity between Floyd Hill and Idaho Springs, connect a missing section of the I-70 frontage road between Evergreen and Empire, and implement environmental enhancements for wildlife, air and water quality, stream conditions, and recreation. 

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Colorado Front Range Passenger Rail 

Peak staff have contributed to passenger rail development in Colorado for the past decade and are leading the pre-NEPA service development planning to integrate passenger rail into Colorado’s transportation network. Front Range Passenger Rail will connect Colorado's major population and employment centers. We are building on prior project development alternatives analysis, stakeholder engagement, environmental data collection, and agency coordination completed in 2020 for the Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission, now the Front Range Passenger Rail District. 

Advancing Lincoln Avenue

Peak is supporting the City of Lone Tree, Douglas County, and Wilson Engineering on the pre-NEPA and NEPA project development to develop and implement a multimodal vision for Lincoln Avenue between Oswego Street and Park Meadows Drive, including the interchange with Interstate 25, the Havana Avenue intersection, RTD light rail stations, numerous trails and bicycle facilities, and a planned transit mobility hub.


Lincoln Avenue is a vital regional arterial in Douglas County. This stretch of Lincoln Avenue is the gateway to Lone Tree’s City Center and the heart of significant existing and planned developments; health facilities; shopping; residential areas; business centers; and regional road, transit, and trail systems. Providing safe and reliable travel options for those who work in, live in, and commute through the area is vital to the community’s success.   

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Other Ongoing and Recent Past Projects

  • 16th Street Mall Revitalization Environmental Assessment, Section 4(f) Evaluation, Section 106 Consulting Party Coordination, and design/build owner representation; CCD (Jacobs and Atkins)

  • Railroad Hazards Study planning and facilitation, Denver, CO; CCD (HNTB)

  • I-70 Wildlife Crossings NEPA and design, Genesee and Empire, CO; CDOT

  • Northwest Rail Peak Period Service Study, RTD (Atkins and wood)

  • Powers Boulevard and Airport Road Interchange NEPA Reevaluation, Colorado Springs, CO; CDOT (AECOM)

  • Citizen Advisory Committee Facilitation, RTD (Catalyst Public Affairs)

  • I-70 Mountain Corridor Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) 2020 Reassessment, CDOT and Collaborative Effort (HDR)

  • Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Transition and Closeout, Pueblo to Fort Collins, CO; CDOT and Front Range Rail Commission/Rail District

  • Calahan Highway Bridge Replacement Categorical Exclusion, El Paso County (AECOM)

  • Pikes Peak Avenue and 31st Street Intersection Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements Categorical Exclusion, Colorado Springs, CO; City of Colorado Springs (Kimley-Horn)
  • C470 Segment 2 Planning to NEPA Transition, Lakewood, Morrison, and Golden, CO; CDOT (Wilson)

  • I-25 South Gap Environmental Assessment, Monument to Castle Rock, CO; CDOT (Jacobs)

  • I-70 Central Environmental Reevaluations, Denver, CO; CDOT (WSP)

  • Lincoln South Beltway Environmental Assessment (reevaluation), Lancaster County, Lincoln, NE; NDOT (Jacobs)

  • I-25 Cimarron Design-Build Environmental Compliance and Permitting, Colorado Springs, Colorado; CDOT (Kraemer)

  • CDOT Flood Recovery Incident Command Center and Flood Recovery Local Agency Project Support, Loveland, CO; CDOT (CH2M HILL/Jacobs)

  • California High Speed Train Environmental Impact Statement, Merced to Fresno, CA, California High Speed Rail Authority (CH2M HILL/Jacobs)

  • CDOT Interregional Connectivity Study for High-Speed Rail, Pueblo to Fort Collins, CO; CDOT (CH2M HILL/Jacobs)

  • CDOT Environmental Stewardship Guide Update; CDOT (CH2M HILL/Jacobs) 

  • CDOT Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Handbook Update; CDOT (CH2M HILL/Jacobs)

  • City and County of Denver, NEPA Training and Comment Support for Central I-70 Project, Denver, CO; CCD (CH2M HILL/Jacobs)

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