The Renovation and Discoveries of the Highlands Ranch Mansion

Date and Time: 
Monday, March 16, 2020 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Jeff Case, Mike Magle and Forrest Dykstra

in light of the expanding impacts of the Coronavirus in Colorado.

We intend to reschedule this program at some future date!

Jeff Case and his two key partners on the Highlands Ranch Mansion renovation team will take you through the journey of restoring one of the most unusual grand mansions on the Front Range.

This presentation will start with the dream of restoring this legendary home to the day the doors were opened to the public.  Jeff Case, Mike Magle and Forrest Dykstra will highlight the planning, investigation and execution of a two year renovation that respects the heritage and defines the future of this western jewel.


Jeff Case has been involved with the creation of Highlands Ranch since its early days in 1981.

A civil engineer by training (Colorado State 1977), he was involved in the construction of the water and wastewater infrastructure serving our community for the first 5 years of his tenure. In 1986, he was hired by the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District and Centennial Water and Sanitation District to oversee the planning and construction of the infrastructure for both districts. Jeff continues in this role today.

Jeff has been a resident of Highlands Ranch since 1987 where he and his wife, Cheryl, have raised three children. A native New Englander, Jeff has a love for history and enjoys photography in his free time.