Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs)

Chairs
Al Colussy
Alan Colussy Architecture
AlanColussy@gmail.com

LaDonna Baertlein
Dig Studio
ladonna@digstudio.com

Andrew Knudtsen
EPS Denver
aknudtsen@epsdenver.com

Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs)

 

ULI Colorado 2018 Denver Metro Area Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) Funding Application:

Deadline for application extended to March 16, 2018!

Through a $10,000 grant in funding from the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), ULI Colorado is accepting requests from applicants including public agencies, nonprofits, and institutions (or private entities working in a public-private partnership) for a Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) that will address land use issues in their community.

The DRCOG grant will reduce the cost of a TAP to two sponsoring communities by $5,000, or 33 percent, with the potential for additional matches to reduce cost to the primary sponsor.

Click here to download the official DRCOG Request for Applications.

About Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs):

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.

Browse through previous TAP reports below:

Arrowhead TAP report 8 16 16
Aurora 13th Ave TAP report 6 13 16
Aurora TAP Report_10.4.11
Boulder Community Health TAP 2.15.17
Boulder – 55th and Arapahoe 12.16.16
Confluence TAP Report_8.21.08
DPS TAP Report_8.15.08
Englewood TAP 12-12-16
Five Points TAP Report
Lakewood TAP Report
Lone Tree TAP Report_2.15.13
Louisville TAP Report_9.3.13
Mineral Station TAP Report_6.18.14
North Boulder Art District TAP Report 10.6.17
Sheridan Station TAP Report 1.29.2014
Southmoor Station TAP Report 8.21.17
South Sheridan TAP Report 12.08.17
Steamboat TAP Report_9.13.12

Sun Valley TAP Report_7.7.10
Superior Marketplace TAP 10.21.16
Washington Street TAP Report 1 29 16