McClure worked with the City of Fort Dodge in the completion of infrastructure related negotiations, completed a Facility Plan, and conducted an Anti-Degradation Alternative Analysis to improve the North Central Ag-Park.
McClure provided landscape architecture design-build, master planning, community involvement, documentation, and construction administration services for the Independence Uptown Market in Independence, MO.
LENEXA FLEET FACILITY
The design-build project consists of a new approximately 22,000 square foot facility that will perform all fleet maintenance that has expanded to over 500 units including police patrol cars, fire apparatus, tractors, trailers, loaders, cars, pickup trucks, vans, and a litany of public works and parks department maintenance vehicles and equipment.
The City of Lenexa selected McClure as part of a full-service, multi-year design-build team for the planning, design and construction.Development began with design charrettes to capture the City’s needs and proceeded into schematic design and design development stages to create a functional facility.
Location: Lenexa, Kansas
Client: The City of Lenexa, Kansas
Scope: Planning, design, and construction services, site layout, grading and erosion, SWPPP, permitting, water and sewer services, rain garden
Expertise: Development Services
ASHWORTH ROAD PHASES 1 &2
Ashworth Road is a minor arterial connecting West Des Moines to the new Grand Prairie Parkway interchange in Waukee. The existing street from Jordan Creek Parkway to Grand Prairie Parkway is a 2-lane rural road. The City of West Des Moines has programmed Ashworth Road to be reconstructed to a 5-lane urban street in 0.5-mile phases from Jordan Creek Parkway to the West Des Moines City limits. The project includes a shared use path, storm sewer and water main. There is an existing CenturyLink duct bank within the Ashworth Road right of way that cannot be relocated or lowered. McClure worked with CenturyLink to pothole the existing duct bank to determine its existing elevation. With the duct bank located, McClure set the profile of Ashworth Road to not impact the duct bank while minimizing impacts to the adjacent property owners. The road had to be set higher than the surrounding properties due to the elevation of the duct bank which required storm sewer intakes to be placed in the yards of adjacent properties to intercept storm water flowing to the site. McClure worked with the City’s right of way agent to obtain permanent storm sewer easements from affected properties.
The project will serve as a minor arterial connection, parallel to Interstate 80, between interchanges on Jordan Creek Parkway and Grand Prairie Parkway.The project included preliminary interchange concepts for a future interchange at Ashworth Road and Interstate 80.The design was especially challenging due to a 90-year-old interstate duct bank running under the pavement. The duct bank could not be relocated. The elevation of the duct bank drove the profile of the road and required the storm sewer to be designed deeper than typical. The project included identifying utility conflicts and coordinating with the utility companies to mitigate the conflicts. The project included relocation of two gas mains, overhead electric and cable, and underground communication lines.The project included preparation of right of way acquisition plats, permanent and temporary easement plats. McClure worked with the right of way acquisition agents to provide technical background during right of way negotiations with the property owners.
Location: West Des Moines, IowaClient: The City of West Des Moines, IowaScope: Surveying, mapping, preliminary design development, opinion of probable costs, traffic impact study, community outreach, securing permits for removal, construction inspection, final design.Expertise: Transportation