Projects

MERCO is proud to have participated on the following projects:                                                                                                            

I-225 Light Rail Environmental Evaluation and Preliminary Design, Aurora, CO

The project includes 10.5 miles of light rail connecting the existing Southeast Corridor at the Nine Mile station to the proposed East Corridor at Smith Road and Peoria Street. MERCO provided air quality, noise studies and scheduling services. MERCO successfully delivered all of the tasks within the budget and on the schedule while addressing the issues, concerns and all applicable regulations.

T-REX Utility Engineering, Air Quality, Noise & Vibration Monitoring: I-25 Widening Project, Denver, CO

MERCO provided utility design and management, regulatory coordination, noise & vibration monitoring, and turnkey air quality monitoring for this project. MERCO was tasked to manage a significant portion of the utility project as well as the design efforts. All of the monitoring programs were designed in response to public comments and regulatory requirements.

Public Benefits and Costs Study of the proposed BNSF/UP Front Range Railroad Infrastructure Rationalization Project, Colorado

MERCO performed a study of potential noise and vibration impacts as part of the possible relocation of Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific Railways away from the Front Range, out onto the eastern plains. This study looked at various factors to assist in evaluating potential noise and vibration impacts to regions surrounding potential routes.

COMRAD Program - DOE, Denver, Colorado

The Community Radiological and Meteorological Monitoring Program, known as ComRad, is a cooperative effort between the Department of Energy (DOE) and the communities surrounding the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (RFETS). MERCO was responsible for the operation and management of the technical and the educational/outreach aspects of the ComRad Program.

Other representative projects include:

  • I-225 Light Rail Environmental Evaluation
  • Orchard Road and Yosemite Interchange Improvements DTC
  • US 550 from the New Mexico State Line
  • I-76 Bridge Design
  • US 287 Realignment
  • Platte Canyon and Coal Mine Road Expansion
  • US 285 Bridge West of C470
  • City of Aurora, CO Colfax Avenue/Peoria Widening Project
  • TREX I25 Widening Project
  • City of Greenwood Village, CO - Arapahoe Road/Boston-Clinton Streets Intersection, Hot Spot Analysis
  • SH 402, CDOT Region 4
  • I-225 Widening Project
  • I-25 and 144th Interchange
  • Sheridan and 113th -120th
  • Quebec and Belleview Interchange
  • Telluride Air Quality Carrying Capacity
  • Country Road G, Cortez CO
  • SH 83 Expansion, Parker CO
  • I-225 and Colfax Avenue Interchange
  • Environmental Impact Statements, Air Quality Studies for Vail, Telluride, Aspen, and Crested Butte ski area expansions