Project List | Featured Projects


The projects highlighted below are just a representative sampling of the depth and breadth of Goodbee & Associates, Inc. Design-Build project experience. Please check back from time to time as we update this page with a variety of the work we have completed since 1994. We appreciate your website visits! 

Goodbee & Associates, Inc. Representative Design-Build Project Experience:

120th Avenue Connection Design-Build, Broomfield - CDOT: Goodbee & Associates, Inc. (GA) provided utility coordination services during design and construction for the 120th Avenue Connection design-build project for CDOT/Broomfield. Tasks included wet utility design (water and sanitary), wet and dry utility coordination for all utilities affected by the project, extensive coordination regarding potential drainage impacts relative to utilities, schedule and field coordination and cost responsibilities/agreement coordination for the interchange design-build project.

TREX Design-Build [Transportation Expansion Project], Denver - CDOT: Goodbee & Associates, Inc. (GA) provided utility coordination services for the southeast I-25 corridor project which involved more than 500 utility facilities and over 300 utility relocations, both public and private. Responsibilities included utility design management for the 19-mile Transportation Expansion Project. Major interstates were widened to as many as 7 lanes in each direction and 19 miles of double-track light rail were added throughout the metro area. T-REX is considered by some to be one of the most successful transportation upgrade projects in the United States.

Colorado Springs Metro Interstate Expansion [COSMIX] Design-Build in Colorado Springs, CO – CDOT: Goodbee & Associates, Inc. (GA) provided utility coordination services for the Colorado Springs I-25 corridor involving 300 utility facilities and over 150 utility relocations. The GA team was responsible for utility design management, coordination with affected utility companies, the City and the Contractor throughout design and construction. The resulting project upgraded the I-25 corridor through Colorado Springs to 12 miles of six-lane highway including the complete reconstruction of two major interchange complexes and 17 new bridges. With a cost of approximately $150 million, COSMIX is the largest highway construction project in Colorado Springs history. Of note, COSMIX was completed nearly a full year ahead of schedule while maintaining the flow of traffic on the facility throughout construction.

RTD FasTracks North Metro Rail Line Design-Build: Goodbee & Associates, Inc. (GA) is currently providing utility coordination services on the RTD FasTracks North Metro Rail Line project, an 18.5-mile electric commuter rail line that will run from Denver Union Station through Commerce City, Thornton and Northglenn to Highway 7 in north Adams County. The team is responsible for management of utility coordination services, including locates, potholing coordination and inventory for existing utilities along the corridor, an important element of the design phase where buried utilities are exposed in order to find their precise locations and depth. The procedure identifies which utilities will be relocated and which will be protected in place during construction.

RTD FasTracks I-225 Rail Line Design-Build, Denver Metro: Goodbee & Associates, Inc. (GA) provided utility coordination services on the I-225 rail line project. The team was responsible for utility, potholing/locating and traffic control coordination services on the design and construction phases of the RTD FasTracks I-225 corridor, a 10.5-mile light rail line within the city of Aurora that will provide key regional connections to the East and Southeast rail lines. Project elements consisted of design-build utilities coordination involving light rail systems, stations, bridges and crossings.

RTD FasTracks Eagle P3 - Denver CO: Goodbee & Associates, Inc. (GA) provided utility coordination services for the Eagle P3 project, the first public-private partnership for commuter rail in the US to incorporate design-build, financing and long-term operations. P3 includes the East Rail Line, Gold Line, Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility and Northwest Rail Line. The project involves the expansion of rail and bus service, building 122 miles of commuter rail and light rail, 18 miles of bus rapid transit service, and adding 21,000 new parking spaces. Team responsibilities included utility coordination, input regarding scheduling for utility design and construction, and utility owner notification and coordination. Additional duties and tasks involved review of all inter-discipline design packages as required for project QA/AC, coordination with all utility designers, and coordination of schedule for all utility design and construction work.