Building Healthy Places Workshops

ULI Colorado is a leader in Building Healthy Places programming in our state.

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Building Healthy Places Workshops

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With funding from the Colorado Health Foundation of $30,000 to the Colorado District Council of ULI (ULI Colorado), ULI Colorado has hosted four Building Healthy Places (BHP) workshops over the past several years 2016.

The workshops bring together 8-to-10 ULI volunteer experts with community leaders and other stakeholders to envision new designs, developments and infrastructure that will benefit community health.

In one-day exercises, these workshops study the selected communities and provide observations, findings, recommendations, and suggest practical first and next steps in retrofitting or designing the built environment to enhance community health and wellness.

In partnership with the Colorado Health Foundation, ULI has become a leader in best practices to create healthy and sustainable places—communities where all residents can enjoy active lifestyles, access to healthy food, clean air and water, green space and natural systems, and a safe community supporting physical and mental health.

Read past Building Healthy Places workshops here:
Loveland BHP Workshop 4.2.15
Pueblo BHP Report 6.12.15 Part 1
Pueblo BHP Report 6.12.15 Part 2
Colorado Springs BHP Report 12.1.16
Montbello BHP Report 12.9.16

Thank you to the Colorado Health Foundation, our partner on these workshops!
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ULI Colorado has also done significant work on the Federal Boulevard Corridor through ULI’s Building Healthy Corridors Initiative.

After hosting a national panel for their perspectives and convening numerous local stakeholders to better understand their points of view, ULI Colorado made recommendations to help transform this 2.5 mile corridor into a more healthy place for residents and visitors.  View our presentation here:
ULI Healthy Corridors National Study Visit Presentation Part 1
ULI Healthy Corridors National Study Visit Presentation Part 2
And read the report here: Federal Boulevard Denver–Adams County–Westminster, Colorado

We followed up with a Developer Forum to stimulate interest among local and regional developers that might have an interest in helping to bring investment to this corridor.

View the presentations on the event website, and the blog post from the event.