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Larimer County, Colorado

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The reconstruction of the Big Thompson Canyon after the 2013 floods was a complex and a “first of its kind” permanent flood repair project. With 23 miles of damaged roadway and river restoration needed, the project drew the support of FHWA, CDOT, USFS, CPW, EWP, Larimer County and the City of Loveland. This was the largest project of the flood recovery program for CDOT and provided the opportunity for an alternative delivery through CM/GC to meet program and recovery expectations. Muller’s involvement in the flood recovery program and institutional knowledge enabled this team to serve CDOT in project director support roles. Muller contributed to the implementation of this project through:

  • Decision making assistance
  • Stakeholder engagement and coordination
  • Contracting and permitting
  • Design discipline engagement and communication
  • Project-wide action item logging and tracking
  • Meeting coordination
  • Documentation
  • Presentations and strategic support
  • Guidance to the project team from a program level

Muller provided key staff to assist CDOT in the management and oversight of the highest priority flood recovery project. These positions were critical to keep the project moving forward on time, within budget and with the right scope of work to repair the roadway and protect from future damages.


CDOT Region 4


Program Management


  • ENR National, Best of the Best – Highway/Bridge
  • Colorado Association of Stormwater and Floodplain Managers, Project of the Year
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