Western Region Office – Denver, Colorado
Our Western regional office is in Aurora, Colorado, about 20 minutes from the city’s downtown area and 30 minutes from Denver International Airport. From the Denver area, we handle sales, engineering and site assistance for projects in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming – making up over 40% of the United States’ geographical area. The engineering staff in the Denver area is also responsible for projects in our Southwest region.
3033 South Parker Road, Suite 1100
Aurora, CO 80014
More About Reinforced Earth in the West:
Our western region is home to the tallest MSE wall in North America – 140 feet – at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The walls were built in the early 2000’s when a third runway was added.
We have been very active on Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD) railway projects, providing bridge abutments and station platforms for the Eagle P3 and West Corridor FasTracks system.
Several MSE dams dot the region, including Taylor Draw in Colorado, Lake Sherburne in Montana, and a dam on Lake Lenexa in Kansas. Reinforced Earth® MSE walls are used for a different application on each.
A unique application for our products is in the design of wildlife crossing structures, which are becoming common especially in the west, where bridges and tunnels allow groups of animals to safely cross human-made barriers.