Tagged: infrastructure

Here’s why some of the world’s biggest retailers, and many others, are flocking to north metro Denver

Here’s why some of the world’s biggest retailers, and many others, are flocking to north metro Denver

An unprecedented $350 million worth of commercial projects broke ground along the I-25 corridor in Thornton in 2017, city economic development officials say. There is little reason to think the flood of development will stop any time soon, and neighbors Westminister

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is against Green Roof Initiative, says it “goes too far too fast”

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is against Green Roof Initiative, says it “goes too far too fast”

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is opposing a citizen initiative on the November ballot that would require most new city buildings of at least 25,000 square feet to have gardens, solar panels or other “green roof” components, saying it “goes too far too fast.”

Fed-up Colorado towns fight oil and gas ops by making new rules, but industry is ready to fight back

Fed-up Colorado towns fight oil and gas ops by making new rules, but industry is ready to fight back

Colorado residents fed-up with what they see as the state’s failure to protect people and the environment are fighting fossil fuel development inside their towns by making new rules. But the industry and state government are ready to fight back.

Fed-up Colorado towns fight oil and gas ops by making new rules, but industry is ready to fight back

Fed-up Colorado towns fight oil and gas ops by making new rules, but industry is ready to fight back

Colorado residents fed-up with what they see as the state’s failure to protect people and the environment are fighting fossil fuel development inside their towns by making new rules. But the industry and state government are ready to fight back.

Aurora City Council pushes to condemn Park County property for construction of giant reservoir

Aurora City Council pushes to condemn Park County property for construction of giant reservoir

The owners of three small parcels of land in Park County — and their desire to hang on to those properties — could complicate efforts by Aurora to build a reservoir that would help the city shore up its future growth plans for the next 50 years.

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

A White House advisory council on infrastructure Thursday became the latest casualty of the pique of business leaders over President Donald Trump’s response to the hate-fueled violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

A White House advisory council on infrastructure Thursday became the latest casualty of the pique of business leaders over President Donald Trump’s response to the hate-fueled violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion terminal project faces flak over refugee camps and bribery case

The Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion terminal project faces flak over refugee camps and bribery case

Ferrovial, aiming to win a $1.8 billion contract to renovate and manage parts of Denver International Airport, has wide-ranging businesses and projects in 15 countries but has also attracted controversy along the way.

A look at Ferrovial, the Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion, 34-year terminal project

A look at Ferrovial, the Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion, 34-year terminal project

Ferrovial, aiming to win a $1.8 billion contract to renovate and manage parts of Denver International Airport, has wide-ranging businesses and projects in 15 countries but has also attracted controversy along the way.

Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last

Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last

Denver’s first large public-private partnership, at Denver International Airport, could be followed by several more in the next few years — and city officials are working out plans for a special office to aid those efforts.