Elevated Shelter in Medicine Bow – Routt National Forest
This site in the Medicine Bow routinely receives 10 feet of snow or more, to accommodate the clients need Ridgeline designed the elevated shelter to allow access to the site year round.
Forest Fire Behind Towers in Southern Colorado
The existing tower (right tower) was found to be deficient and did not provide the capacity the client needed. Ridgeline engineering assisted the project by helping the client replace the old tower with a new tower (right tower) to meet the their current needs.
300' Guyed Tower in Southern Colorado
Ridgeline engineering helped replace the existing tower with a new tower to meet the current standards.
Custom Platform Foundation near the Maroon Bells
Ridgeline designed a custom platform to account for difficult site accessibility. The platform design minimized the amount of concrete needed while also meeting the strength requirements.
Drilling a Monopole Foundation Adjacent to Building
Ridgeline engineering performed construction observation during the installation of a drilled monopole foundation.
Joel in Eldora, Colorado
Moving a Prefabricated Shelter into Place
60' Self-Support Tower in Boulder County, Colorado