39th Avenue Greenway Project
Presented by: Felsburg Holt & Ullevig (FHU)
This meeting will be virtual via Zoom. Log-In information will be sent approximately 2 hours prior to the start of the meeting!
The 39th Avenue Greenway project was a vital component of Denver’s Platte to Park Hill program to reduce flood risk, improve water quality, and upgrade the resiliency of the city’s infrastructure while making important investments into community amenities. This presentation will provide an overview of the design and construction of a linear greenway, which collects and conveys stormwater to the South Platte River, incorporating park and open space, landscaping, community connectivity, utility relocations, and water quality enhancements. This project transformed an abandoned railroad spur into a community amenity which doubles as stormwater conveyance.
Pat Stein - Pat is a Principal at FHU with 16 years of experience, and leads FHU’s structures group in the Mountain West Region. His recent work includes leading large alternative delivery projects, working directly with Contractors and Agencies to delivery multi-faceted project solutions. Pat has also developed FHU’s structures practice regionally, with projects in South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, and Wyoming.
Kendra Gabbert, PE, CFM - Kendra has 14 years of experience in water resources, providing leadership roles on FHU’s largest and most complex transportation projects. Kendra brings a unique depth of experience in floodplain modeling and mapping, and leads a group of over 10 drainage engineers in our Mountain West Region.