Today our crews are at the site cleaning up the sidewalk closures that were in place while the building has been under construction. After working and cleaning up the project area, our prep crew will grade and complete the elevations so that a city inspector can approve the new concrete pad that will be poured to the building's entrance from the city sidewalk. This is important so that the new installation will meet ADA guidelines and more importantly meet the city's building code requirements.
We are frequently asked about replacing and repairing city sidewalk in Denver, there is definitely more of a process to working on city sidewalk projects as compared to a simple walk way or sidewalk on a private property. With a Denver city sidewalk a permit, "right of way" permit must be applied for. This "project guide for sidewalks" from Denver County will be a helpful resource if you are considering repairing or replacing the city sidewalk that you are responsible for as a Denver County property owner. The Neighborhood Sidewalk Repair Program from Denver has a complete section of their website answering common questions or concerns about hazardous sidewalks and even an affordability program. It is definitely worth checking out.
Our concrete experts at Denver Concrete Inc are definitely familiar with the permitting process with the City of Denver. Call us at (720) 663-1711 or fill out our contact form for more information on repairing or replacing Denver City Sidewalk. Also, make certain to check back on this project as we will be updating photos and this page to reflect the before and after pictures of the project. We attempt to document as many of our projects as we can.