New Roundabout Construction Begins Monday in Steamboat Springs

Phase I Focused South of Intersection – Gondola Square Parking Garage to Ski Time Square
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO-July 6, 2018-The new Mt. Werner/Ski Time Square
Roundabout project will begin construction on Phase I starting at 7am on Monday, July 9. Duckels
Construction has divided the Roundabout Project into two phases focused on two separate work
zones.

Phase I work in the southern zone between the Steamboat Grand shops and the Gondola Square
parking garage runs from July 9 through September 17. Phase II in the northern zone between the
Steamboat Grand porte-cochere and the Ski Time Square parking garage goes from September 13
through November 1.
Beginning on Monday, Duckels
will set up temporary erosion and
traffic control devices, remove
sections of concrete medians
near the Gondola Transit Center
and the Steamboat Grand, and,
install a temporary exit from the
Steamboat Grand. These three
items will be finalized before
closing the Phase I work zone to
traffic, anticipated that same
week.

In addition, project efforts during the Phase I closure will focus on continued site preparation and
material removal, new concrete and the snowmelt system in front of the Grand businesses along Mt.
Werner Circle.
During Phase I, traffic accessing Ski Time Square will need to turn left and utilize the north portion of
Mt. Werner Circle, headed toward the Steamboat Grand. Vehicles from Apres Ski Way or Eagleridge
Drive looking to access Ski Time Square will need to head west on Mt. Werner Circle, then turn right
toward the Steamboat Grand and follow detour signage. Those accessing Gondola Square should
remain on the south portion of Mt. Werner Circle.

Steamboat Springs Transit (SST) passengers accessing Ski Time Square and Burgess Creek bus
stop will need to use the Gondola Transit Center as service into these locations will not occur during
the project. Pedestrian access between the closed stops and the Gondola Transit Center will be
maintained and signed. SST buses will be required to use a temporary turn around at the Transit
Center and remain on the south side of Mt. Werner Circle.
Maintaining access to all businesses is a priority during the project. Ongoing public information
meetings related to the new roundabout are scheduled to occur every two weeks, with the next
meeting scheduled for July 20. The bi-weekly meetings take place in the Mountain View Foyer of the
Steamboat Grand (2300 Mt. Werner Circle) from 9AM to 10AM, unless otherwise noted, and will
provide project and construction updates.
For additional information, questions or concerns during the project, please contact SSRA project
manager, Ralph Walton, III or construction manager for the city, Garrett Hanson with Vali Copper &
Associates.

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