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Sand Creek Regional Greenway Trail

Denver, Colorado

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In partnership with Mile High Flood District and Stream Landscape Architecture + Planning, Muller provided design services for conceptual, preliminary, and final design of the Sand Creek Trail in Denver from Quebec Street to Peoria Street. The 2.1-mile segment of the trail is divided into four reaches for design and construction. The trail project includes a trailhead with 41 parking spaces. Muller also prepared stormwater management plans and permitting documents for temporary and permanent water quality improvements.

Impacts from erosion and increased use had escalated damage to the existing soft surface trail resulting in elevated demands for maintenance of degrading trail conditions, repairs, and in some cases repeated
reconstruction. In addition to meeting Denver’s modern operational and recreational needs, experiential desires, and technical specifications for Denver, a primary goal of the project was to evaluate and improve safety along the corridor.



City and County of Denver – Department of Transportation and Infrastructure and
City and County of Denver – Parks & Recreation 


Stormwater & Floodplain Management



41 Parking Spaces | 1 Curb Ramp Improvement and Upgrade | 1 Parking Lot | 219 Storm Drains | 1 Trailhead | 2.1 Miles of Trails 

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