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DENVER-The long-awaited redevelopment of the former Stapleton International Airport is finally taking off — but the work is underground. Twin Peaks Excavating Inc., based in Lafayette, CO, has begun installing the first new water, sewer and storm sewer pipes.

The initial infrastructure work will involve them laying more than 25 miles of pipe and will take four months, says Richard Hamlin, of Twin Peaks.

Mortenson Construction, the general contractor for the $4-billion redevelopment of Stapleton, hired Twin Peaks. Forest City Enterprises is the developer of the project, which is described as the largest infill project in the nation.

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