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Harmony Club Golf Course

 JR Engineering has been working with the Harmony Club Golf Community since 2013 providing comprehensive Planning and Landscape Architecture Services related to the design and development of their single family attached and detached residential community.  JR’s comprehensive services include Planning and Site Design, Civil Engineering, Open Space Landscape and Trail Design, Streetscape Landscape, and Golf Course Buffer Landscape.  The Harmony Club Community is a 645 Acre Master Planned Community which includes a 180 Acre Golf Course and over 80 of Community Open Space, Trails, Streetscape, Golf Course Landscape Buffers and Recreational Amenities.  

Map Overview
Golf Course
  • JR Engineering Staff Involved:

  • Ken Merritt, APA,RLA – Client Manager

  • Ken Merritt, APA,RLA – Planner & Landscape Architect

  • Tim Halopoff, PE – Project Engineering Manager 

  • Becky Brush, PE – Project Engineering

  • Andrew Hugill, PE – Project Engineering

Harmony Club Golf Course Community – Planning & Landscape Architecture

Client: Harmony Club, LLC


Mark Tingey , (970) 224-9444 6432 Grand Tree Boulevard Timnath, CO 80547

Harmony Club Golf Course Community – Planning & Landscape Architecture
Timberleaf park

JR Engineering worked with DR Horton and the City of Thornton on the Timberleaf Community Open Space, Neighborhood and Natural Area Parks located within the Timberleaf Subdivisions.  The project included the design of over 17 acres of passive open space, streetscape landscape a 4.7 acre Neighborhood Park and 2 acre Natural Area Park & Wetland Viewing Plaza. Each Park is connected by an extensive network of on-site and off-site pedestrian/bike trails linking the two parks with numerous open space areas, the City’s Regional Trail network, the adjacent residential neighborhoods and nearby schools.  The Timberleaf trail system when complete will allow residents of Timberleaf and other nearby communities to walk or bike on nearly 5 miles of paved off-street trails.  The Neighborhood Park includes the design of a 650 square foot picnic pavilion, multi-use open turf play fields and structured play areas specially designed for children 2 years through 12 years of age.  The Natural Area Park and Wetland Viewing Plaza includes a series of ADA accessible soft walking trails leading to a raptor and wetland viewing plaza with a shade pavilion, boulder play area, several hammock lounge areas, raptor nesting boxes and perches within a natural bio-diverse landscape community of upland meadow grasslands, foothill plants and wildflower meadows. Extensive stakeholder meetings and municipal collaboration was performed throughout the productive design phases of the project.  The stakeholders included nearby residents, City of Thornton, Adams County Parks, Adams County School District and the Mile High Flood Control District.

The 17 acres of Open Space Landscape, Park and Environmental Reclamation is currently under construction with completion scheduled by mid - 2021.

Park Landscape

JR Engineering Staff Involved:
Aaron Clutter, PE, – Client Manager
Ken Merritt, APA,RLA, – Planner & Landscape Architect
Garret Bails, PE, – Project Manager
Eli Farney, PE, PTOE – Transportation Manager
Jeff Paulson, – Design Engineer
Jarrod Adams, PLS – Survey Manager

Timberleaf Neighborhood & Natural Area Parks

Client: DR Horton

Contact:  Paul Yourick , (303) 754-3242                                                                     

Forward Planner for DR Horton                                                           

9555 S. Kingston Court                                                                             

Englewood, CO 80112

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