Archive for April, 2020:

Affinis Clients Recognized with Awards

Posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 by Peggy Amor
In Accolades, Clients, tagged in meadowbrook park overland park edgerton kansas

We are excited to share three clients have received awards for projects on which we partnered with one another. That list includes the City of Overland Park, Kansas; City of Edgerton, Kansas; and the Johnson County Park and Recreation Department (JCPRD). Learn more about each honor and how they helped move communities forward below. The […]

City of Overland Park Reduces Flooding for Local Neighborhood with Storm Sewer Repairs

Posted on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 by Brad Schleeter
In Stormwater, tagged in Tags: , , stormwater stormsewer rcb replacement

The City of Overland Park, Kansas wanted to address street and structure flooding issues and upgrade infrastructure in one of its residential neighborhoods. The Walmer Street Major Storm Sewer Repair (MSSR) project was designed to achieve these goals while minimizing impacts to homeowners. A part of the city’s CMP replacement program, our team was responsible […]

Baffle Chute Design Protects Resident and County Infrastructure

Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2020 by John Spell
In Stormwater, tagged in Tags: , baffle chute design

Leavenworth County, Kansas wanted to add value to their community by upgrading one of their rural, gravel roads. Together, we smoothed out the road’s profile, making it less hilly and improved it to an asphalt surface. Along with designing these elements, the Affinis team was tasked with improving the stormwater conditions. The road crossed a […]

Concrete Roadways Offer Benefits to Overland Park Residents and the City

Posted on Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 by Kristen Leathers
In Streets, Transportation Engineering, tagged in DCIM100MEDIADJI_0014.JPG

Every year, the City of Overland Park, Kansas invests in their infrastructure through the Neighborhood Streets Reconstruction Program (NSRP). The initiative targets residential streets that have passed their useful life and are no longer responding to routine maintenance. After extensive evaluation, the City decided to reconstruct streets in this program with concrete pavement, because of […]