Planning for Denver’s Super Bowl Victory Parade started immediately following the win over the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game – two weeks prior to the Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers.
Colorado Barricade coordinated delivery and pickup of six semi-trucks loaded with crowd control barrier through the streets of Downtown Denver within a 20 hour period.
We placed 20,007 linear feet of crowd control across the two mile parade route (four miles total covering both sides of street).
More than 5,000 Zip Ties were used to connect event barricade along the route.
Colorado Barricade staff worked a total of 384 work hours over a 20 hour stretch beginning Monday 2/8/16 at 11 pm working through Tuesday 2/9/16 at 7 pm). Great job guys!