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Toyota Elephant Passage Water Quality Improvements

Denver Zoo, Denver, Colorado

The new Denver Zoo exhibit design is a taxonomic-based site plan that exhibits animals grouped by family, genus and species based on environment, including exhibits that contain a variety of species sharing a distinct landscape setting at the Toyota Elephant Passage.

StudioCPG developed a master plan strategy for detaining water quality volumes on-site, using the water to support landscape development and passing storm volumes on to Duck Lake in City Park. Plant materials were selected both to thrive in inundated and drought conditions, and to appear tropical in the Colorado climate.

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Pueblo Low Impact Development Concepts

Pueblo, Colorado

StudioCPG provided landscape architecture and graphic assistance to Short Elliot Hendrickson, Inc., engineers to create Low Impact Development (LID) concepts for the State Fairgrounds and an adjacent neighborhood in the City of Pueblo

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Mile High Flood District (MHFD)

Denver, Colorado

StudioCPG’s ongoing interest in flood control and water resources is reflected by diverse range of project types including the redevelopment and revegetation of lakes and waterways in both urban and rural contexts.

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