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Broadway Station Redevelopment

Denver’s Broadway Station redevelopment is a $135 million megaproject to reenvision a 50-acre brownfields site — formerly owned by Gates Rubber — as a pedestrian-friendly, high-density, mixed-use urban neighborhood with multimodal transportation and mass transit access. Matrix was entrusted with this complex long-term project as an esteemed expert in construction management, inspection, and design services with extraordinary capabilities in civil engineering, transportation, and program management.

Our multidisciplinary team led the redevelopment through the complex technical and procedural challenges inherent in a project of this scale, including the construction of three bridges (one over the South Platte River and two over the consolidated rail line). Our team provided full-spectrum construction management and procurement, as well as owner representation for the client-owner entities. This project required extensive coordination with the City of Denver; agencies and companies such as the Colorado Department of Transportation, Mile High Flood District, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Union Pacific Railroad, BNSF Railway, and Regional Transportation District; and multiple stakeholders to ensure the project vision and implementation were coordinated smoothly.

Services provided on this project included the following:

  • Civil engineering
  • Construction management
  • Transportation engineering
  • Project management
  • Structural engineering
  • Landscape architecture
  • Land surveying
  • Environmental services