Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Arrowhead Golf Course is one of the most photographed golf courses in the world!
Designed by famed architect I.M. Pei, the pedestrian promenade is made of red, white and gray granite stretching from Broadway to Union Station.
Mousetrap section of highway connecting Interstate 76 and Interstate 70, including lane extensions from Wadsworth Blvd.
A 87.8-acre body of water surrounded by residences, along with Westminster High School to the north and the 8.6-acre Hidden Lake Open Space to the west. Excavation materials from the lake-bed were repurposed for an I-76 expansion project
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center provides the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains right in the heart of Denver's Uptown neighborhood.
Stapleton International Airport was the primary airport serving Denver, Colorado from 1929 to 1995. In 1995, Stapleton was replaced by Denver International Airport. It has since been decommissioned and the property redeveloped as a retail and residential neighborhood.
Denver International Airport is the 18th-busiest airport in the world and the sixth-busiest airport in the United States.
The Northwest Parkway is a 75 mile per hour toll road, connecting E-470 at I-25 in the north metro Denver area.
In the state of Colorado, Interstate 25 follows the north–south corridor through Colorado Springs and Denver. The expansion project took place just north of Founders Parkway in Castle Rock, CO
Lane expansion of Interstate 25 from CO HWY 7 to CO HWY 52
The Central City Parkway is a four-lane highway, running from Interstate 70 near Idaho Springs to the historic mining town and gambling area of Central City. Opened on November 19, 2004
The Rocky Flats Plant was a former nuclear weapons production facility in the northwest Denver area. Official cleanup of the plant began during the 1990s.
A 5.627 mi (9.056 km) state highway in Jefferson County, Colorado. It begins at an at-grade intersection with US 6 and SH 93 in Golden and ends in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
Approximately six miles southeast of Colorado Springs. The airport consists of 2 runways and one crosswind runway. Grieve Trucking assisted in the rebuilding of the Airport runways.
Grieve Trucking participated in the removal of asbestos and other hazardous materials from the site.
Newly opened Veterans Affairs Hospital in Aurora, CO serving the men and women of the U.S armed forces.
Because of its strategic location within the Denver city area, Cherokee provides crucial electrical generation as well as grid accuracy within the distribution system to keep Denver and the surrounding area powered.
Cherokee was originally built as a coal-fired plant, but has undergone a complete makeover as part of Colorado Clean Air-Clean Jobs legislation.
An east–west United States Highway that travels approximately 1,414 miles (2,276 km) from Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado to Uhrichsville, Ohio. Grieve Trucking particpated in the lane expansions from Sheriadn Blvd. to the city of Boulder, CO.
A 2.4 million square foot fulfillment center located in Thornton, CO
Express lane expansions from Interstate 25 to Wadsworth Blvd.
May 31, 2017 a tanker carrying 500 gallons of diesel fuel and 500 gallons of various oil types caught fire on northbound I-25 near Bellevue Ave shutting down the interstate and causing major damage to the road surface. Grieve Trucking was on the scene and worked overnight to help get the major highway open for the next morning's commuter traffic.
An annual competition made up of skiers and snowboarders on the school's very own mini-park. Since 2013, Grieve Trucking has been the sole transporter of snow for the Rail Jam festivities held by the Freeriders Union of Colorado College.