Built to catalyze Englewood and Sheridan’s mixed-use development potential, Oxford Station is a 3.5-acre in-fill site adjacent to the Oxford Light Rail Station. Originally housing an industrial/warehouse and office building (50,000 SF of facilities footprints), the new development added two residential buildings (24,100 SF and 26,400 SF) with parking facilities. 

 

Services included utility locations, easement services, drainage study, traffic impact study (Oxford and Navajo Streets), erosion control, stormwater master plan, cost analysis, water and sewer utilities, grading, and hydrology & hydraulics (H&H) services to eliminate the need for onsite drainage storage.  The project required coordination and public meeting with the City of Englewood and RTD.

 

The site was complicated because it was a constrained, in-fill site adjacent to railroad, a retaining wall, and roadway on three sides.  The mixed-use component (residential and commercial) required access to parking.   Additionally, there was a large sewerline crossing on the north side of the site, and the original storm sewer flooded often. The stormwater system required careful H&H analysis to determine the impact of the Platte River

Oxford Station, Englewood/Sheridan, CO

  • Services Project Type

    Water

    Storm

    Sanitary Sewer

    Grading & Earthwork

    Low Impact Design (LID)

    Roadway, Parking, Driveways

    Master & Site Planning

    Cost Estimation & Construction Services

    Infrastructure

    Residential

    Mixed-Use and TOD