Front Range completed an intensive level survey form for the former National Beet Harvester Company factory in Brighton, Colorado, in June 2012. The 1919 building housed a factory which produced implements used in cultivating and harvesting sugar beets. The Kuner-Empson Company acquired the building in 1936 and used it as a warehouse. The building is now surrounded and enclosed by later warehouses.
In June 2012, Front Range submitted the final version of the Pleasant Hill (Towner) Bus Tragedy Survey Plan to the Kiowa County Historic Preservation Commission. The project, funded by a Certified Local Government grant from History Colorado, identified and recommended survey priorities for historic resources associated with the 1931 blizzard that claimed the lives of a school bus driver and five students.
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