Newland Project Resource (NPRI) has been chosen to work as a sub consultant for Jacobs Engineering to conduct the Public Outreach and Project Information Management aspects of the CDOT funded Grand Avenue Bridge Environmental Assessment.

 

The rehabilitation or replacement of the bridge could have serious impacts on the downtown core and historic districts in Glenwood Springs. NPRI is responsible for developing and implementing a Public Involvement Program (PIP) for the project. The PIP identifies and structures the involvement of all affected entities in the community – neighborhood groups, business organizations, commercial and residential property owners, businesses, commuters, individuals and other special interests. It also defines and schedules effective participation and communication techniques to ensure that interested stakeholders become engaged early on and remain active through the duration of the project.