Constructed 7,200 linear feet of sustainable single track hiking and mountain biking trail for the Arroyo Hondo Open Space in the Spring of 2011. ATI worked within parameters to protect the archeological sites throughout the park and provide vistas for interpretive opportunities. County of Santa Fe - Arroyo Hondo Open Space details.
Designed and constructed 0.7 miles of crusher fines trail to connect the town to the trail system that exists at the community golf course and surrounding open space for the Nutrition and Physical Activity Board of Grant County in Uysses, Kansas.
Constructed and maintained numerous trails in Boulder County: Design and supervise volunteers to construct the Eagle Wind Trail (2.5 miles) in the Rabbit Mountain Open Space. City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks details
Facilitated and participated in public meetings regarding the Chaffee County trails Master Plan in 1996 & 2001.
Numerous design & build projects totaling over 35 miles include: Sharptail Trail, Swallowtail Loop, Ringtail Trail, Hidden Mesa Trail, Spruce Mountain Trail, Eagle Mountain Trail, Dawson Buttes, East West Regional Trail (2 miles completed in 2007, 6+ miles completed 2008), and the new 6+ mile trail system at Lincoln Mountain Open Space. Douglas.co.us, See the Lincoln Mountain Construction details, Dawson Buttes Trail Construction Slideshow, and the Douglas County Colorado details
Open Space and Natural Areas, Castle Rock, Colorado
Numerous design & build projects totaling over 25 miles include: Sharptail Trail, Swallowtail Loop, Ringtail Trail, Hidden Mesa Trail, Spruce Mountain Trail, Eagle Mountain Trail, and Dawson Buttes. Client of the Year 2008!
Designed and constructed East West Regional Trail, 2 miles completed in 2007, 6+ miles more scheduled for the 2008 season.
Designed 2 miles of low-grade trail for S Mountain to allow pedestrian, especially seniors, access. Route is separated from the summit road but provides safety and visibility from trail.
Several miles of the Oro Grande Trail were rerouted over the years, mainly through USFS lands. These projects helped preserve access, and avoid the shooting range and landfill.