What’s New at ECI? Summer 2022 Updates

It’s been a busy summer for team ECI! We have finished numerous long-awaited projects and kept the ball rolling with several new projects across northern Colorado and the Denver region. Read up on what’s new below, and click each project header for more info and project photos!


Recently Completed Projects:

Arkins Promenade

The Arkins Promenade combines recreation and the natural environment in a linear park along the South Platte River. Promenade visitors can enjoy an elevated walkway with seating areas, outdoor classrooms, and viewing platforms 16 feet above the river bank.
Owner: City and County of Denver
Architect: Wenk Associates

Downtown Westminster

ECI’s work on this project started with the construction of the Downtown Plaza, which consisted of a splash feature, restroom building, and pavilion area. Our scope continued with putting the final touches on five city blocks.
Owner: City of Westminster
Architect: Wenk Associates

Kenney’s Run Greenway

This project removed much of the Molson Coors property from the 100-year flood plain, which positively impacted this flood plain along Ford Street. The project created a wider sidewalk on the east side of Ford Street, and the channel bottom featured naturalistic landscaping.
Owner: Molson Coors and City of Golden
Engineer: ICON Engineering

Erie Community Park Final Phase

ECI completed Erie Community Skate Park in 2013, and we were contracted to finish the final phase eight years later. This last stretch includes basketball courts, a sledding hill, restroom buildings, shade structures, and many more amenities.
Owner: Town of Erie
Architect: Design Concepts

Cherry Hills Country Club

ECI rerouted Little Dry Creek through holes 13-17 of Cherry Hills Country Club. We removed thousands of feet of grouted boulders from the banks of the creek, banked the slopes back to create a more natural stream, added rock to the bed and banks of the creek to help with flow, and removed and replaced two brick cart bridges.
Owner: Cherry Hills Country Club
Engineer: Muller Engineering Company


Projects in the Works:

Veterans Memorial

The Veterans Memorial will provide a space that honors our nation’s heroes and feature numerous unique elements, most fascinating of which being a replica of the USS Colorado battleship, which will extend into the park’s lake.
Owner: Adams County
Architect/Engineer: Otak, Inc. and DHM Design

Coal Creek Park

This park redevelopment for the Town of Erie will include the following elements: Splash pad/ice rink, restroom/shelter, utilities, shade shelters, storage building, lighting, landscape and irrigation.
Owner: Town of Erie
Architect: Wenk Associates

Cheyenne-Arapaho Park

This 4.6-acre park will include a community garden, off-leash dog area, natural play area with extended cottonwood creek bed, and multiple picnic and shade areas. The park will benefit residents by supporting quality of life and providing additional opportunities for recreation and nature experiences close to home.
Owner: Arapahoe County
Architect: Stream Landscape Architecture

Englewood Parks Renovations

ECI is renovating Cushing Park, Centennial Park, and Baker Park in Englewood. The finished parks will include numerous new features, including a new skate park, restroom buildings, picnic shelters, playgrounds and site furnishings.
Owner: City of Englewood
Engineer: Goodbee & Associates

Circle Point Park

This project consists of the redevelopment of an existing park in the Circle Point Business Park to a true amenity. There will be outdoor workspaces, meeting spaces, walking trails, grass field, social areas with one even including a putting green.
Owner: NBC Metropolitan District
Architect/Engineer: Wenk Associates and JVA Engineering

Denver Museum of Nature and Science

ECI is creating an ecological park off the plaza of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science through City Park. The project features several unique elements to mimic natural areas in Colorado, including multiple different types of boulders, a box canyon, and several natural play areas.
Owner: Denver Museum of Nature and Science, City and County of Denver
Architect/Engineer: DIG Studio, Muller Engineering