ALC Helping to Create a Greater Colorado Springs!

As a part of our commitment to creating a better Colorado Springs, ALC is proud to be currently working with several non-profit organizations or non-profit-funds. We have a great deal of compassion for each of the organizations that we work with and have happily offered discounts...
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Future debated for Jones Park, Colorado Springs’ popular outdoor hub

Altitude Land Consultants is currently working with El Paso County Parks Department on two important master planning studies for our region. The following is an article by the Gazette about one of the projects, Jones Park. Original Article. As Jones Park’s foreseeable future is...
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Always hiring the right people

For 10 years, ALC has been on a constant growth cycle. We are often asked if we’re hiring, the answer is always yes… for the right people. If you have a great work ethic and want to work for a dynamic firm in Denver or Colorado Springs, contact us...
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Springs Rescue Mission starts construction on Phase II of resource campus – Repost of CSBJ, 3.13.19

Altitude Land Consultants proudly served as the landscape architect for both Phase I and Phase II for the Springs Rescue Mission. For Phase II, ALC serves as a sub-consultant to Echo Architecture. The following was an article from the Colorado Springs Business Journal, dated...
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The Chill Space

Whether it’s an urban apartment, a Texas Donut or a Garden Apartment Complex, the amenity is key. The pool is perhaps the default amenity, but the costs can be insane over the maintenance cycle. These projects went for something more elegant (and cost-effective).
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Play Hard, Work Harder

We believe deeply in a fun, laid back work ethos at ALC. So if you see us getting a game of Ping Pong in, tossing some bags, or perhaps having a drink or two, you’ll know why. We’re doing it for you (and our sanity, ha!)
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Do you Pike Ride?

The long-awaited Pike Ride has made it to Colorado Springs. This photograph includes our Director of Urban Design, John Olson, on a 2014 reconnaissance visit with Springs’ leaders to check out Denver’s B-Cycle. Per the photograph, we prefer to work. Photo credit: Allen Beauchamp...
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Introducing the Future Ohio Avenue – Gunnison

Did you know that ALC is deep in the process of connect the town to the gown of Gunnison and Western State Colorado University? Watch this 15-minute video for more information: Video Presentation
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Our New (hopefully more frequent) Blog Series: Snippets

At ALC, we’re working to better communicate what we’ve been up to. Watch for brief snippets in the coming weeks of what we are working on and/or what keeps the engine running. Thank you for your loyal following of our blog!
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Why I Bike…

I have always loved bicycling; the feel of the wind rushing past, the feeling of using your own strength to gather speed, the connection between you and your path. Going to high school in Capitol Hill there wasn’t much need for a car. I walked just about everywhere and took the...
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