Entries by ECI

ECI SITE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS WORK AT NORTHWEST OPEN SPACE

Construction has started to renovate Northwest Open Space (NWOS), a 50-acre athletic complex located in the City of Northglenn, just south of 112th Avenue between Federal Boulevard and Huron Street. The athletic complex is made up of four baseball/softball fields and 19 turf athletic fields of various sizes, which are used for youth and adult […]

RESTORATION OF THE BIG THOMPSON RIVER AND RIST-GOSS DITCH BEGINS.

ECI Site Construction, one of the state’s leading general contractor focused on highly complex river work and parks and recreation, announced that construction has started. The Legacy River Resilience and Rist-Goss Ditch Improvement Project area is located in Larimer County, west of Loveland, between Rossum Drive and Wilson Avenue. The project is spearheaded by the […]

CELEBRATING THE GROUNDBREAKING TODAY, TIME TO START MOVING SOME DIRT!

Painted Prairie is a neo-traditional planned community that fits in well with the Aurora Places comprehensive plan but was on the drawing board long before the Aurora Places plan was ever conceived,” said Aurora Mayor Bob LeGare as city leaders joined developer Chris Fellows and representatives from Alberta Development Partners in celebrating the groundbreaking today, […]

Greeley residents celebrate re-opening of Woodbriar Park

About 100 parents and children on Saturday attended the official unveiling of the newly renovated Woodbriar Park in Greeley. The $2.5 million project, which began construction in December 2017 and was done in collaboration with Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation, and Public Works departments, was done to not only give Woodbriar a badly needed facelift […]

PRESS RELEASE | Westminster Central Plaza

ECI SITE CONSTRUCTION SELECTED TO BUILD DOWNTOWN WESTMINSTER PLAZA. Loveland, July 13, 2017. ECI Site Construction, one of the state’s leading general contractors focused on highly complex river work and parks and recreation, announced that is has been selected by the city of Westminster, to build the Central Plaza and Phase 1 Streetscape. This development […]

11 Reasons Why City Parks Make a Difference

Proof of how City Parks can make a difference! Read the American Planning Association’s 11 studies showing how City’s use parks — from community revitalization to helping children learn. During the Great Recession, Kissimmee, Florida (pop. 64,000) did something many found unbelievable – spent $35 million to renovate a major park as an economic development […]

Grant Frontier Park: 1858 mining camp to Denver’s golden park

Located in the same spot on the South Platte River where gold miners founded Denver’s first settlement in 1858, Grant Frontier Park has experienced more bust than boom times.  A 1-year, $3.8 million renovation by ECI has transformed the once bleak park into an award-winning urban treasure.

$4.3M Wellington park

If Wellington builds it, they will stay. At least that’s the attitude some have about the 30-acre park and two baseball fields under construction in north Wellington, where the Wellington Community Park is expected to be partially open by the end of October. “We really didn’t have any attractions…”