Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs), composed of qualified and unbiased ULI Colorado members who volunteer their time, bring relevant expertise directly into communities to address difficult real estate and land use challenges.
Applications are Now Open
The Request for Applications (RFA) for the ULI Colorado 2022 Technical Advisory Panels is now open. If your organization is interested in applying for a TAP, please follow the link below to learn more.
About Technical Advisory Panels:
Since 1947, the Urban Land Institute Technical Advisory Services program has assembled 400+ ULI-member teams to help TAP sponsors find solutions for issues including affordable housing, economic development, placemaking, healthy communities, walkability, public-private partnerships and infrastructure, among others.
Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs), composed of qualified and unbiased ULI Colorado members who volunteer their time, bring relevant expertise directly into communities to address difficult real estate and land use challenges. TAPs are designed to provide practical and actionable recommendations that produce results on the ground. They are not academic exercises, but are intended to be blueprints for positive change. TAPs help communities establish this direction and inform next steps, including targeted investments in planning, economic development and infrastructure.
In Colorado, ULI Technical Advisory Panels have provided solutions for such key sites as Five Points, the Colorado Convention Center, Coors Field, Fitzsimons, and the Denver Justice Center. Since 2003, ULI Colorado has completed more than 50 TAPs leading to positive policy changes and built projects.
Interested in volunteering in a TAP or bringing a TAP to your community? Contact [email protected]
DRCOG Metro Vision Idea Exchange Webinar about how TAPs have helped communities in Colorado:
More info about the webinar is available on DRCOG’s website here.
Browse through previous ULI Colorado TAP reports below: