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Construction, Detours and Projects

South Suburban is dedicated to the improvement of its facilities, parks and trails. Projects are listed by earliest start date. Please check back periodically for new projects.

 

Current Projects & Bid Proposals

Construction

Entertainment District Trail
Project Description: The Entertainment District Trail in Lone Tree will be augmented with a connection from the existing Kimmer Plaza crusher fines trail to Park Meadows Drive. The new trail connection surface will be concrete. A modular block retaining wall will be incorporated, as well as new deciduous and evergreen trees.
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Anticipated Construction Dates: July 2021 – September 2021
Project contact: Jeff Hoge, Construction Inspector, JHoge@ssprd.org, 303.483.7021

 

Centennial Ridge Park
Project Description: Centennial Ridge Park improvements will include expanding and updating the existing playground area with a poured-in-place rubber safety surface, and new playground equipment for age groups 2-5 and 5-12. The existing basketball court and shade pavilion will be replaced, and ADA access will be improved.
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Anticipated Construction Dates: July 2021 – November 2021
Project contact: Will Barringer, Park Planner, WBarringer@ssprd.org, 303.483.7024

 

Berry Park Improvements Project
The improvements to Berry Park include updated playground equipment and a poured-in-place rubber safety surfacing. Picnic tables, benches, and a new shade pavilion will be also installed. The existing asphalt trail will be converted to concrete, and ADA accessibility to all park amenities will be improved.
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Anticipated Construction Dates: August 2021 – November 2021
Project contact: Will Barringer, Park Planner, WBarringer@ssprd.org, 303.483.7024

 

Bobcat Park Improvements Project
The existing park consists of a playground with equipment for children ages 2-12 years, a shade pavilion, a multi-use field, landscaping, an internal park trail, and a trail connection to the regional Bear Creek Trail. Bobcat Park improvements include replacing the age-specific equipment in the 2-5 and 5-12 year old playgrounds, as well installing poured-in-place rubber safety surfacing. The shade pavilion and picnic tables will also be replaced. New concrete flatwork will improve ADA accessibility.
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Anticipated Construction Dates: August 2021 – November 2021
Project contact: Will Barringer, Park Planner, WBarringer@ssprd.org, 303.483.7024

 

Cornerstone Park Synthetic Turf Fields
Project Description: The Cornerstone Park Improvements Project involves replacing two bluegrass turf multi-use fields with lighted synthetic turf fields. A concrete sidewalk on two sides of the fields will be installed, providing updated ADA accessibilty. On the west side, parking lot improvements as well as landscape and irrigation will be installed. 
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Anticipated Construction Dates: August 2021 - December 2021
Project Contact: Kate Mack, PLA, Park Planner III, KMack@ssprd.org, 303.483.7020

 

David A. Lorenz Regional Park
Project Description: Construction of Phase I will begin soon. This includes constructing three lighted synthetic fields, an off-leash dog park, vault style restrooms, shade shelters, parking lots, trail connections, picnic tables, benches, trash receptacle, and other related amenities. Future phases of development include the development of eight lighted pickleball courts with adjacent parking lot and a children’s playground.

The three multipurpose fields will replace the five existing multipurpose fields located on the portion of Lorenz Regional Park owned by Arapahoe County. The off-leash dog park will replace the dog park that was closed in 2019 for the construction of the South Suburban Sports Complex. 
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Anticipated Construction Dates: September 2021 - April 2022
Project Contact: Kate Mack, PLA, Park Planner III, KMack@ssprd.org, 303.483.7020

 

Lonesome Pine Park Improvements Project
Proposed improvements include replacing the tennis and basketball courts with post-tension concrete courts, replacing the playground equipment and installing rubberized safety surfacing, and adding a new shelter with picnic tables and other site amenities. Community members are invited to take this survey to provide their input. Comments will be accepted through Oct. 15, 2021.
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Anticipated Construction Dates: TBD
Project contact: Kate Mack, PLA, Park Planner III, KMack@ssprd.org, 303.483.7020

 

Greenwood to Denver Terminal Transmission Project
Project Description: Xcel Energy—Colorado proposes to rebuild and reconductor approximately 15.4 miles of existing 115 kilovolt (kV) transmission facilities to operate at 230 kV. The plan is to rebuild and/or reconductor facilities within existing right-of-way and easements from Xcel Energy’s Greenwood Substation to its Denver Terminal Substation. The project includes modifications to the existing Greenwood, Arapahoe and Denver Terminal Substations to accommodate the new 230 kV lines. The transmission line project crosses six municipalities: Centennial, Greenwood Village, Littleton, Englewood, Sheridan and Denver.
Project Contact: greenwoodtodenverterminal.com, 303.294.2726, greenwooddenverterminal@xcelenergy.com

Contact Information

For further information about any construction, detours, proposed or sustainability projects, please contact Melissa Reese-Thacker, Planning Manager, at MelissaR@ssprd.org or 303.483.7023.

Planning Projects

Stay tuned for updates!

Detours

Centennial Link Trail – Segment 3A
Project Description: Conversion of existing 10’ crusher fines trail to 10’ concrete multi-use trail. Segment 3A will include work from East Caley Avenue to East Orchard Road. Detour signage will be in place. Click here for detour maps.
Anticipated Construction Dates: July 2021 – October 2021
Project Link with Maps: City of Centennial