Denver’s Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade – five road closures and 12,000 linear feet of crowd control

2018 Denver St Patrick's Day Parade Denver’s Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade kicked off Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. at the Coors Field parking lot and ended at around 1 p.m. at 27th and Blake streets. Earlier in the morning, at 3 am, Patrick O’Bryan, Operation’s Manager for Colorado Barricade, [...]

Meet the Experts – Customer Appreciation and Demo Day

Colorado Barricade hosted our annual customer appreciation and demo day Friday, September 23rd. Customers and guests from around the region were given one-on-one opportunities with Colorado Barricade experts in Traffic Control, Street/Highway Sign Installation, Pavement Marking and Sign Manufacturing and Sales. Additional vendors and demonstrations included Tim Lang of Ennis Flint, [...]

Don’t Miss the Fair Fun!

Colorado Barricade is proud to sponsor two local summer favorites this weekend! The Arapahoe County Fair and Golden's Buffalo Bill Days are both happening this weekend. These fair favorites will be entertaining the masses with carnival rides, concerts, fireworks, muttin bustin, craft beer festival, and lots more. Check out the activities at [...]

Region 1 Sign Job is Complete!

Derek Szysmanski and his team wrapped up the Region 1 Sign job earlier this month. The job entailed removal and install replacements on US 285 between Pine Junction and Morrison in Jefferson County. The work certainly had its challenges with blizzards and temperatures ranging from 36 to 99 degrees throughout [...]

2016 Bike To Work Day

Bike to Work Day June 16th Pedal for Pancakes was great success! Colorado Barricade sponsored the Downtown Denver Partnership’s Breakfast Station at Skyline Park (16th and Arapahoe) celebrating Bike to Work Day. The cyclists and volunteers had a ton of fun handing out 500+ reflective stickers and water bottles. Bike to Work [...]

IREA Traffic Control Plans Workshop

Colorado Barricade Traffic Control Planners Alex Martinez and Amy Tegtmeier presented an interactive traffic control workshop at IREA headquarters last Friday. 45 IREA supervisors from all of Colorado had fun teaming up to interpret, adapt, and implement traffic control plans. The exercise focused on specific job responsibilities and covered work [...]