Come visit the first drive-thru Chipotle in Colorado! The “Chipotlane”, as the company is calling it, is a new concept and an exciting addition to Prairie Center in Brighton. Redland provided civil engineering and landscape architecture design services for this project.
Berkley Shores is an urban infill project that provides Adams County with centrally located housing along the Front Range. The project is a combination of waterfront single-family homes and a community of townhomes. It provides 17 single-family detached units and 72 townhome units. The community space consists of a neighborhood garden, a small park feature […]
The first residents of Chroma Apartments at Central Park have begun moving in. Chroma Apartments is a 13.5 acre multi-family development with 263 units in 3-story apartments, for-rent townhomes and unique carriage units. An 8,300 square foot clubhouse and pool offer amenity space to residents. The community is located next to the Shops at Central […]
Littleton, Colo. — Redland, a Colorado-based land planning, civil engineering, landscape architect and construction management firm with projects throughout the Western United States, recently named four employees as associate principals. Brian Hart, Mark Cevaal, Travis Frazier and Susan Wade were promoted based on their expertise, experience and potential to drive growth in new markets. “This […]
Over the past few years Redland has developed high performance remote work technology. Whether our Associates need to leave early for a family event and finish up a few things in the evening or need to work from home or the road for an extended period of time, we are prepared.
Redland is helping to add a banking option to the thriving Central Park community in Highlands Ranch, as the construction of Ent Credit Union recently broke ground.
Another Redland project is progressing in Brighton as Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom recently started vertical construction.
Last March, hundreds of Urban Land Institute (ULI) members gathered in a frigid airplane hangar in Aurora, Colorado for a Redland-sponsored event on “The Death and Life of American Retail”.