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Brush Creek Neighborhood Rehabilitation and I/I Reduction Project

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Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City is making major investments in its sanitary sewer system through its Smart Sewer Program. GBA’s Water Environment team has worked on several large projects for the city, including Brush Creek Area 2. The Brush Creek Area project includes rehabilitation recommendations for approximately 405,350 LF of sewer and 2,722 manholes in a densely populated area. The Read More>
Exterior of 28th Street Pump Station

28th Street Stormwater Pumping Station

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Council Bluffs, Iowa The city of Council Bluffs, Iowa, planned for capacity upgrades of the 28th Street Stormwater Pumping Station and upstream storm sewers in response to ongoing storm flooding. GBA completed the study, design, bidding and construction-phase services for the installation of a new stormwater pump station, which has the capacity to pump 161.5 MGD. The station was designed Read More>

Paragon Star Development

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Lee’s Summit, Missouri Paragon Star, a 300-acre, mixed-use development, is a case of what can happen when stakeholders envision work, play and living spaces together in one community. Located in Lee’s Summit, the development will include recreational, office, retail, hotel, entertainment, convention and residential uses. GBA provided civil, traffic, environmental and survey services for Paragon Star’s preliminary and final plans, Read More>

Spencer Creek Streambank Improvements

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St. Peters, Missouri In 2012, the city of St. Peters, Missouri created its Stormwater Master Plan (SMP), which laid out a blueprint for projects and defined best practices for stormwater management, reductions in pollutant loading and improvements in water quality. This blueprint included the Spencer Creek streambank improvement project. The highly-developed project area encompassed the main channel of Spencer Creek, Read More>

Wabash Avenue Reconstruction

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O’Fallon, Missouri GBA performed conceptual, preliminary and final design for the LPA administered reconstruction of Wabash Avenue. The design consisted of a wider roadway section, grade changes, intersection realignment, sidewalk, drainage improvements, channel improvements and bridge replacement. Before reconstruction, the corridor consisted of substandard clear zones, poor intersection geometrics, unconnected and non-ADA compliant pedestrian facilities, and an undersized and hydraulically Read More>
Retaining wall at 6200 Nieman

Nieman Road Storm and Turkey Creek Tributary Improvements

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Shawnee, Kansas GBA used creative solutions to provide the study, design and construction inspection of the 6200 Nieman Storm and Turkey Creek Tributary Improvements for the city of Shawnee, Kansas. The project began with a preliminary engineering study (PES) to investigate the flooding of Nieman Road and businesses along Tributary 63 of Turkey Creek. After the PES was completed, GBA Read More>
Detention pond

Fallen Heroes Memorial & Pond/Site Renovations

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New Century, Kansas (JCAC) At JCAC New Century Airport (IXD), the Commission is working with Dale Duncan and Spencer C. Duncan “Make It Count” Foundation, Inc. to coordinate with Ryan Warman of Pearce Construction and GBA on upgrading park amenities and the Fallen Heroes memorial. Improvements include combining the ponds, dredging the accumulated sediment, and improving the slope along New Read More>
Aerial view of Liberty Wastewater Treatment Facility

Utilities & Wastewater Treatment Facility

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Liberty, Missouri This project was a culmination of several years and studies to investigate options for the City of Liberty to manage regulatory requirements and the rate structure for sewage fees for the residents of the City of Liberty. Previously, Liberty wastewater was treated by the City of Kansas City, Missouri which had significant capacity limitations. This new project allows Read More>