Lone Tree Pedestrian Bridge | Denver, CO

Development

Working with the City of Lone Tree, Corum provided one-source project management for their $7 million Lincoln Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. Lincoln Avenue is a busy thoroughfare, serving as many as 89,000 cars a day, and the creation of the bridge will enable walkers, joggers and bicyclists to safely cross over Lincoln Avenue. Designed to maintain Lone Tree’s experience as a single community, the bridge will specifically connect “traditional” Lone Tree to the new RidgeGate area via the Willow Creek trail to the RidgeGate Open Space.

Spanning 170 feet, the Lone Tree Pedestrian Bridge is a cable-stayed structure, with a large mast in the shape of a leaf rising 78 feet on its southern end.

Corum worked closely with the architect, contractor and City Council to hone the most cost-effective design while still maintaining community aesthetics. Additionally, our team managed the project’s budget, schedule and City, County, and Department of Transportation (DOT) logistics as required.

Information

  • Lone Tree, CO