Urban and Regional Planning Work

Student Work


City of Littleton Bikeway Design Guide

Student Researchers: Aidan Johan and Krista Runchey

Buena Vista Town Campus Development Plan

Student Researchers: Sarah Crump and Kortney Harris

Baker Station Feasibility Study

Student Researcher: Ted Harberg

Alternative Transit Systems in Thornton, Colorado

Student Researcher: Jamie Leaman-Miller

88th Avenue Revitalization

Student Researcher: Erin McMorries

40 West ArtLine Urban Design and Mobility Enhancements

Student Researchers: Sarah Grossi and Nikisha Mistry

Faculty Work

Silver Cliff and Westcliffe Placecmaking

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Wayfinding signage

Carbondale Third Street Improvements

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Streetscape design guidelines

Woodland Park Downtown Walkability

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Streetscape design and improvements

Dawson Ranch Survey

Principal Researchers:

  • Tom Noel
  • Jacqui Ainlay-Conley
Dawson Ranch is located within the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site in Kiowa County, on the eastern plains of Colorado. The historic site memorializes an attack on Cheyenne and Arapaho people by Colorado militiamen in 1864. This project involved surveying and assessing National Register of Historic Places eligibility of the twentieth-century ranch complex and possible nineteenth-century cowboy line camp ruins.

RMNP Historic Themes Study

Principal Researchers:

  • Ann Komara
This study explored how artists, photographers, and writers have portrayed the area within and surrounding Rocky Mountain National Park since Albert Bierstadt and William Henry Jackson began recording images in the late nineteenth century. An inventory and analysis of the images and words, and their reception, formed the basis for interpretation and management of park resources.

Salida Scout Hut Renovation

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Adaptive reuse and expansion