• 311 Mapleton Development

Development Update - August 2022

August Milestones

New scopes will be starting in the month of August:

  • Balcony Railings – 8/1

  • Gutters / Downspouts – 8/8

  • Patio Pavers – 7/29

  • Perforated Metal Panels – 8/8

  • MEP Trim Out – 7/25

  • Storefront & Glass Partitions – 8/1

  • Shower Doors – 8/1

  • Carpet – 8/1

  • Unit Appliances – 7/19


Trucking Impacts

  • Shower Doors – Approximately 1 truck per week*

  • Storefront / Glass Partitions – Approximately 1 truck per week*

  • Unit Appliances – Approximately 1 truck per week*

  • Patio Pavers – Approximately 1 truck per week*

  • Balcony Railings – Approximately 2 truck per week*

  • Flooring Material – Approximately 3 trucks per week*

  • Cabinets / Millwork – Approximately 2 truck per week*

  • Interior Doors & Trim – Approximately 3 trucks per week*

  • Insulation & Drywall – Approximately 5 trucks per week*

  • Brick Veneer – Approximately 5 trucks per week*

  • Steel – Approximately 1 trucks per week*

  • Framing Material – Approximately 1 trucks per week*

  • MEPF Material – Approximately 6 trucks per week*

  • Irrigation/Landscaping Material – Approximately 2 trucks per week*

  • Underground Utility Material – Approximately 2 trucks per week*

  • Concrete Pour Dates

  • Chapel Building

  • Foundation Walls (Sequence 1) – 8/10*

  • Foundation Walls (Sequence 2) – 8/15*

  • Foundation Walls (Sequence 3) – 9/7*

  • Building – K (Pool)

  • Walls & Floor - 8/31*

  • Slab on Grade – 9/9*

Calendar view of construction activities, including estimated truck numbers linked here. Dates are subject to change pending weather/other real-world variables. If dates change, the original will have a strikethrough. The new date will be shown after and updated on the monthly development article + construction calendar. Thus far, changes have been minor in the overall scheme of things, and we'll continue putting our best efforts toward maintaining that goal.


Trucking impacts with the * asterisk are semi-truck-sized vehicles, or considered to be heavy impact deliveries, and are required to use the dedicated Dellwood and Alpine routes through the project's duration. All other vehicles will use the best available public roads. Related truck routing articles: