Denver Mountain Parks
Mundus Bishop has provided design services for the Denver Mountain Park system since 2006. The firm’s master plan, a collaborative and inclusive process, created a comprehensive vision for the future of the mountain park system. This expansive system encompasses more than 14,000 acres of mountain and foothill open spaces, parks and conservation areas outside the city. Mundus Bishop’s recent work ranges from design guidelines for shelters, buildings and park features, to design of new trails, overlooks, amenities, and protective measures for conservation areas for parks as diverse as Summit Lake, Corwina and Genesee. The Denver Mountain Parks Master Plan won the Convention and Visitors Bureau Tourism Star Award in 2014; National Association of Recreation Resource Planners Excellence in Planning Award in 2011; the Merit Award for Planning from ASLA Colorado in 2010;and the Great Outdoors Colorado Starburst Award in 2009.