Lake Irene Trail Project (2004-2006): $122,230. NPS construction.
Alberta Falls - Lake Haiyaha Trail Project (2009-2011): $400,000, fundraising underway.
Visitor Centers and Exhibits:
Kawuneeche Visitor Center (1987-1990): Planning, fundraising, construction supervision, (Blackhawk construction), $228,755.
Kawuneeche Visitor Center Exhibits (1989-1990): Planning, exhibit design and fabrication supervision, (Denver Museum of Natural History construction), $81,990.
Moraine Park Museum (1989-1993): Planning, fundraising, exhibit design and fabrication supervision, (Denver Museum of Natural History design and construction), $244,000.
Lily Lake Visitor Center (1991-1993): Planning, fundraising, exhibit design and fabrication supervision, (Condit Exhibit construction) $158,700.
Fall River Visitor Center (1992-2000): Fundraising, planning, project supervision, $2,033,693, plus $100,000 for land. Worked with Rocky Mountain Consultants for building construction and Exhibit Design Support and Services for exhibit construction. Completed May 20, 2000.
Historical Preservation and Restoration Projects
Shadow Mountain Lookout (1994-1996): Planning, fundraising, construction supervision (Susan Maxson Designs and NPS construction), $43,814.
William Allen White Cabins (1995-1997): Planning, fundraising, contract supervision, (Rocky Mountain Consultants construction), $140,884.60.
Indianhead Ranch: Restoration Survey (1994-1995): Planning, fundraising, contract supervision, (Rocky Mountain Consultants engineering and survey), $8,500. Restoration design Phase II (1999): $55,280. Phase III, 2000-2001: Restoration of Cabin #1005, $50,512; Cabin #1006, $41,748.40; Cabin #1003, $11,050 (Cornerstone construction). Restoration completed February 22, 2002.
NPS Quarters 48 - became RMNA office building (1995-1997): Restoration complete, $160,000. Planning, fundraising, contract supervision.
Holzwarth Ranch Historical Restoration (1998-1999): Mama’s Cabin restored October 25, 1998, $33,000. Additional $53,000 restoration of three buildings, 1999. Rocky Mountain Consultants construction.
Beaver Ponds Boardwalk Signs(1994): Fundraised for the first wheelchair accessible trail in RMNP, including an accessible boardwalk and exhibits, NPS construction, $10,000.
American Conservation Corps: (2003- on-going): $100,000. Providing a summer of work and education in RMNP and nearby Forest Service areas to underprivileged college-aged students. Seventh season completed.
Howland/Olson Family Fellowship: (2004-ongoing): $15,000. Funding fellows/interns for RMNP and the RMNA.
Next Generation Fund: (2006-present): A capital campaign to improve and expand youth programs in and around Rocky Mountain National Park, including the American Conservation Corps, redevelopment of the Junior Ranger program and bolstering the Environmental Education program. This effort will produce an endowment fund of $10 millions to sustain these educational programs into the future.
Headquarters Irrigation/Sprinkler system 1994: Fundraising, facilitation, (Belmire construction) completed on time and on budget, $4,295.
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