SOUTH PLATTE RIVER TRAIL

HENDERSON, CO

A Safer Place for Pedestrians

This project consisted of completing a recreational trail connection along the east side of the South Platte River, from 108th Avenue to 120th Avenue. This remote location required site prep and demolition to clear trees and undergrowth prior to installing the concrete bike path, while maintaining erosion and sediment control.

A 120-foot prefabricated bridge was installed over the S. Platte River, along with a 64-foot bridge to cross the Bull Seep Canal. At the completion of the project, the areas adjacent to the trail were seeded, and pavement markings and signage were installed.

Owner – Adams County
Engineering Firm – Drexel, Barrell & Co.