Front Range Trail at Castle Rock

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This project in Castle Rock involved the construction of 18,480 feet of concrete trail, integrating various structural and landscaping elements to enhance accessibility and aesthetics. Key features included two low water crossings and two pedestrian walk bridges. The low water crossings involved extensive dewatering and stream diversion techniques. Similarly, the pedestrian walk bridges, spanning over waterways and ravines, were supported by concrete abutments on drilled piers, with pre-assembled metal bridges placed atop.

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