Howelsen Place is located at the heart of beautiful downtown Steamboat Springs on the site of the historical Harbor Hotel.
Howelsen Place was named the 2009 Project of the Year by the Association of General Contractors. Located at Seventh and Lincoln, the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs.
The design for the overall project dictated a complex combination of materials to create a visually inspiring exterior, along with an interior that features different and completely unique floor plans throughout the project.
Landmark Consultants, Inc. designed a 600-ft storm sewer to serve this mixed use development and surrounding right-of-way located at the corner of 7th and Lincoln Streets. Landmark’s analysis included exploring multiple sewer alignments and discharge points through congested City right-of-way.
Calcon also battled a tight downtown site, record snowfall, and surrounding waterways to build this new mixed-use venue in the heart of Steamboat Springs. Calcon Constructors was challenged to build a project of this scale among adjacent historic structures, close to the nearby Yampa River and Butcherknife Creek, and bustling streets filled with vacationers. The project team partnered with the city of Steamboat Springs to coordinate parking, delivery schedules, crosswalk and street closures, noise, and weekly town meetings to coordinate construction with retailers and residents.