Main Street Revitalization

Client: Main Street Revitalization
Date: April 02, 2008

This project is located in historic downtown Breckenridge, Colorado. The Town’s intent for this project was to make enhancements to Main Street that would improve the downtown experience.

Enhancements consisted of:

  • Providing more hardscape walking areas for pedestrians
  • Removal and replacement of storm sewers
  • Removal and replacement of sidewalks, valley pans, and curbs and gutters
  • Making all of Main Street ADA compliant
  • Enlarging the corners of intersections to allow for pedestrian staging off the traveled road
  • Improving crosswalks at intersections to minimize crossing distance
  • Asphalt paving
  • Enhancing directional signs to public buildings
  • Installation of new electrical services
  • Improving landscaping


The Main Street Revitalization project was done in several phases from 2008-2024.
All construction was done in the spring during mud season.

Peninsula Recreation Area Improvements

his project is located at the south end of the Town of Frisco, CO and is within the “Peninsula Area” of Frisco which borders Lake Dillon.  This job was a joint venture with The Weitz Company who at the time had an office in Frisco. CHC’s portion of the work was the civil site development, while The Weitz Company was responsible for the buildings on the site.

This was another job that included all facets of our company including, but not limited to: site clearing, excavations, hauling, concrete foundations, grading, concrete piers, concrete slabs, concrete walkways, curb & gutter and asphalt paving.


West Vail Pass Recreation Path

Client:Colorado Department of Transportation

This project is located on the West Vail Pass Recreation Path adjacent to Interstate 70 in Eagle County. It begins north of Interstate 70 (MP 181.9) and extends approximately 8.2 miles to the top of Vail Pass and 1-2 miles into Summit County (MP 190.1). This eight mile section of path is located at elevations ranging from 8,000′-11,000’ and experiences extreme weather conditions that can cause damage to the asphalt at a higher than average rate. The resurfacing portion of the project included approximately 8 miles of a 1-1/2” overlay of the existing path using warm mix asphalt. The work also included resurfacing on Big Horn Road inside the Town of Vail, drainage improvements, striping, signage and traffic control. Columbine Hills Concrete, Inc. was given 25 days to complete the job and the path had to be open to the public Friday-Sunday.


Ten Mile Canyon Recreational Path

Client:Summit County Government

This project is located at the intersection on I-70 and Hwy 91 at Copper Mountain. The project was built to connect the existing bike path that goes from Frisco, CO to the bike path that goes over Vail Pass, as well as the start of a master plan that would extend the bike path system to Leadville, CO.

This section of path re-routes users to the eastside of Ten Mile Creek (behind the Copper Conoco Station) instead of the old route which had users on the frontage road in front of the Conoco Station. Users can either head towards Leadville which will eventually end about 1.5 miles at Hwy 91, or can turn at the half way point and head towards the Vail Pass bike path.