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Our Work

PRS has built its sterling reputation, project by project, as a trusted and indispensable partner to each client.

Current Engagements

US 50 Little Blue Creek Canyon

PRS provides public information management for one of the largest infrastructure projects ever undertaken in Montrose and Gunnison County.

A venture by the Federal Highway Administration and the Colorado Department of Transportation, this $50 million, four-mile critical roadway improvement operation provides access to various federal lands including BLM and USFS land and Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. PRS serves as the project spokesperson and provides ongoing, timely and accurate public information in conjunction with the construction and project management teams.

City of Aspen

PRS regularly works as a strategic partner and outreach consultant for many of the City of Aspen’s high-profile projects, including the Castle Creek Bridge pedestrian enhancements, Aspen Pedestrian Mall, Park and Midland safety and connectivity improvements, and the Lake Avenue living lab.

Current projects include the Spring and Cooper infrastructure overhaul, Burlingame Childcare Center, Maroon Creek Multi-Use Trail, and Paepcke transit hub, for which PRS provides public process assistance, project messaging, and stakeholder outreach and education.

Pitkin County Open Space and Trails | Wildlives Campaign

PRS developed educational messaging and an extensive marketing strategy for Pitkin County Open Space and Trails and Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s “Wildlives: Listen to Your Better Nature” campaign.

With a mission to encourage respectful and safe human-wildlife interactions and protect natural resources, this on-going effort establishes guidelines for wildlife interactions and raises awareness of the

Eastwood Developments

PRS has been the strategic communications consultant for Eastwood Developments since 2016, including during the successful 2020 approval of the Snowmass Center redevelopment plans. PRS provides ongoing communications support for all of Eastwood’s regional investments.

Aspen/Pitkin County Airport

In 2019 and 2020, PRS supported the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport’s ASE Vision public process to establish a renewed purpose for the airport’s future.

After near-unanimous approval of the 2020 Common Ground Recommendations guiding document borne out of the most exhaustive community engagement process in Pitkin County history, PRS joined the ASE Airport Layout Plan team in 2022 to develop and implement a strategic communications plan that serves to yield a consensus as airport planning efforts progress.

Flying M Ranch

PRS provides comprehensive communications support for the Flying M landowner and investment and real estate teams while the new 33-acre master plan and residential subdivision on the Roaring Fork River is developed and evolves through the Garfield County public approval process.

San Juan Water Conservancy District

The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) adopted a straightforward mission statement for its Strategic Plan 2021: “To be an active leader in all issues affecting the water resources of the Upper San Juan River Basin,” with comprehensive public education and information on water matters among the plan’s principal guiding values.

The SJWCD Board of Directors engaged PRS in 2022 to help identify local water issues in Pagosa Springs and greater Archuleta County, ascertain stakeholders, organize informational gatherings, meetings and outreach workshops, establish a work plan and group, create messaging and branding, and develop a marketing plan that supports widespread communication of the strategic plan.

Town of Carbondale

PRS serves as the on-call communications consultant for the Town of Carbondale. PRS developed the Town’s strategic communications plan and guided, engaged and educated a diverse audience through the 2021 comprehensive plan update process.

City of Glenwood Springs | Keep South Midland Moving | Project Complete, Ribbon-cutting 7.8.22

In its public information management role for the $13 million South Midland Avenue roadway reconstruction project in Glenwood Springs, PRS provides ongoing communications, strategic outreach, and coordination between local stakeholder groups and the project, construction engineering teams.