Offices


DenverGeolocation: 39.7848, -105.1176

 Denver

The Denver office is the largest Terracon office in the Rocky Mountain Region. They have been serving public and private clients throughout the Front Range since 1990 on a wide array of project types including higher education, renewable energy, highways, bridges, and buildings. They maintain a fully equipped testing laboratory accredited by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AASHTO Materials Reference Laboratory (AMRL), and the Concrete and Cement Reference Laboratory (CCRL). Our service-oriented engineers, scientists, and technicians apply classical and contemporary techniques to serve our clients' best interests. Example services include expansive soil mitigation; forensic testing, non-destructive testing, pavement management services and Special Inspections, environmental site assessments, soil and groundwater remediation, and asbestos, mold, and lead-based paint services.

10625 W I-70 Frontage Road North, Suite 3
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Phone: (303) 423 3300
Fax: (303) 423 3353

Services

Environmental
Facilities
Geotechnical
Materials

Contacts

Mathew Fielding P.E., Office Manager
Elaine Motisi, Corporate Service Representative

Key Projects


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JILA (Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics)Geolocation: 39.9847, -105.2282

University of Colorado Boulder

Terracon was selected to provide construction observation and materials testing services for additions to the JILA facility on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. The 51,000 square feet addition includes one level of underground laboratory space and five levels of office space.

Our services include earthwork site grading classification and testing, slab sub-grade testing, utility and foundation backfill compaction testing, drilled pier observation and testing, asphalt paving testing, reinforcing steel and embeds, cast-in-place concrete…


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Rocky Mountain Arsenal Lime Basins Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) RemediationGeolocation: 39.8152, -104.8803

The Rocky Mountain Arsenal (RMA) originated as a chemical weapons manufacturing center to support WWII military activities.  From 1952 to 1982, portions of the Arsenal were leased to Shell Oil Company for the manufacturing of pesticides and herbicides.  Beginning in 1974, Interim Response Actions (IRA) were designed and implemented to protect public health, the surrounding community and the environment from Arsenal contamination.  Contaminants at the site include pesticides, heavy metals and chemical warfare material.  The RMA is an Environmental Protection Agency National Priorities…


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The Cedar Point Wind ProjectGeolocation: 39.2639, -103.6922

The Cedar Point Wind Project consists of 139 turbines, two onsite substations, one operations and maintenance building, and more than 40 miles of overhead transmission lines. The wind farm will produce 252 MW of wind energy throughout Lincoln, Elbert, and Arapahoe counties. The Cedar Point Wind Project will generate enough clean renewable energy to power approximately 68,000 Colorado homes.

Terracon was selected to perform geotechnical and construction materials engineering and testing services during the turbine foundation construction and access road construction.


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US 285 ReconstructionGeolocation: 39.732, -105.0532
This $40.1 million project includes the reconstruction of a five-mile section of the US-285 corridor from Kipling Street to Federal Boulevard in the communities of Denver, Sheridan, and Lakewood, Colo. The project includes the reconstruction of three bridge structures and approximately 24 lane miles of new and rehabilitated pavements. Terracon provided geotechnical engineering studies and was selected by the client due to our value-engineering approach to the project, as well as our responsiveness during the pre-proposal effort. This is the fourth design-build project for the Colorado…

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Veterans Affairs Replacement Medical FacilityGeolocation: 0, 0

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Replacement Medical Facility “A Jewel on the Plains” will be home to a new 182-bed medical center, a 30-bed spinal cord injury/disorder center, a 30-bed nursing home, a medical research building and multiple parking structures.  A highlight of the project will be a bridge that connects the 12 on-site structures to one another.  The $800 million project is projected to open in the spring of 2015 and is anticipated to be certified LEED Silver.  Once completed the VA Replacement Medical Facility is anticipated to serve 82,700 United…