Matrix assembled a multidisciplinary team of experts in planning, land development, engineering, economics, public relations, and environmental and infrastructure assessment to assist the Pueblo Depot Activity Development Authority (PDADA) with the redevelopment of 15,847 acres of federal surplus property, formerly the Pueblo Chemical Depot (PCD). The site includes approximately 5 million square feet of buildings and bunkers, 150 miles of roadway, 46 miles of rail infrastructure, and various utilities.

The Redevelopment Plan is intended to strike a balance between homeless, economic, and community development needs. In preparing an effective and implementable redevelopment plan and homeless submission, the Matrix team evaluated and considered existing market and economic, planning, infrastructure, environmental, and other local issues. The Redevelopment Plan supports the development team’s goal to return the former PCD property to its highest and best use, and make the PuebloPlex site part of a sustainable, vibrant, and enduring community.

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