Representative Projects

  • Rangley Hospital District Critical Care Hospital, Rangley CO—Provided Civil Design services for the construction of a new hospital scheduled to open in January 2013. Landmark value engineered over $1 million dollars in savings through the elimination of structural retaining walls, simplification of the storm water drainage system, and the development of an onsite borrow area to mine fill for the project. The project required 50,000 cubic-yards of cut and fill to create a buildable site.
  • Grand River Hospital District Medical Office Building, Battlement Mesa CO—Provided Civil Design services for the construction of a medical office building in Battlement Mesa for the Grand River Hospital District scheduled to break ground in the spring of 2013. The project required a site plan and grading plan that accommodated the project site’s 30-ft of vertical relief and balanced the project’s required earthworks.
  • Yampa Valley Medical Center Family Birth Place and Surgical Services Expansion, Steamboat Springs, CO—Partnered with Davis Partnership Architects on design services for the Family Birth Place and Surgical Services expansion at Yampa Valley Medical Center. The $13 million project added over 32,000 square feet to the Yampa Valley Medical Center.
  • Yampa Valley Medical Center Parking Lot Expansion and Campus Master Planning, Steamboat Springs, CO—Provided construction design services for the construction of 157 new parking spots at the Yampa Valley Medical Center.       Additionally, Landmark assisted the Medical Center in evaluating their current property holdings and potential future expansions to ensure that the parking lot did not inhibit their ability to grow.
  • Pioneers Medical Center Earthwork Assessment Sanderson Hills, Meeker, CO—Assisted the Medical Center board in evaluating the earthwork quantities associated with creating a site development pad at the Sanderson Hills Site. Landmark developed a conceptual grading plan, a narrative of design approach, cut/fill quantities, and the extent of rock removal required to develop the site. Landmark also develop a Preliminary Engineer’s Opinion of Probable Construction Costs that corresponded to the above grading plan and quantities.
  • Bud Werner Memorial Library – Performed a detailed site grading and drainage review and design for the proposed Bud Werner Memorial Library Expansion. Landmark’s analysis included a review of the Yampa River floodplain and flood elevations, design of a 270-ft storm sewer to serve the site and surrounding right-of-way, and the specification of a Stormceptor mechanical treatment device to improve water quality.
  • Edgemont- Located along the south edge of the Steamboat Ski Area and directly on the “Beach”, this ultra-high end, multi-family project consists of two large condominium buildings, six duplexes and well integrated skier amenities. Landmark was able to solve grade, drainage and access challenges that resulted in measurable site development costs. Coordination with adjacent property owners as well as timely design integration allowed for accelerated site improvements related to an ambitious ski area re-grading plan.
  • Ski Time Square and Thunderhead Re-development – This is the long-awaited redevelopment of the heart of the Steamboat Ski Area commercial district that will include a mix of fractional and full ownership, condo-hotel and possibly full hotel service, and a carefully planned amount of commercial space. This project will change the look and feel of the future base area and accelerate Steamboat Springs out of the 1970’s and 1980’s and into a modern vacation, destination magnet.
  • The Porches – This 34-lot subdivision is located on the doorstep of the Steamboat Ski Area. This high-end residential project demonstrates old world craft combined with modern amenities. The developer and builder, Structural Associates, has demonstrated a commitment to irrefutable quality in every aspect of the project, from utility installation to the mortise-and-tenon joints. Landmark has performed all construction staking, platting and localized site designs for the project.
  • Chadwick Estates and Place – The Chadwick properties are within walking distance of the Steamboat Ski Area and boast large, single family homes unrivaled in the area. The multi-family “Places” buildings extend the superior architecture of the “Estates” and creates a cohesive flow of an integrated, high-end community. Landmark solved extreme grading and utility challenges while delivering a complex phased project.
  • Majestic Valley Subdivision – Site Planning and Engineering services for a proposed mixed-use project at the gateway to the Yampa Valley. Extensive review of infrastructure and access was required to provide an economic balance for this project’s feasibility. Focus was on the Floodplain restrictions that had not been mapped by FEMA, but were identified by Landmark in the early stages of the project. This proactive work ended up saving potential years to the project as FEMA’s updated mapping would have included this parcel.
  • City of Steamboat Springs On-Call Surveyor – Landmark is the only firm who has served continuously as the City’s on-call surveyor. We provide property descriptions, topographic surveys, boundary surveys, subdivision platting, water diversion point identification and locations.
  • Old Town Streetscape Project – Landmark surveyed approximately eighty face blocks of downtown Steamboat Springs and created a topographic base map. The project involved surveying over 16,500 individual points in a 75 acre area and creating a 24-sheet planset.
  • Steamboat Base Area Improvements/ Burgess Creek Promenade – Landmark provided construction staking for the Burgess Creek Promenade and daylighting of Burgess Creek, together with surveying for Gondola Plaza improvements and the new Event Stage. Landmark Consultants, Inc. also performed a thorough asbuilt survey of all constructed and discovered underground utilities at the project site.