Posts Tagged ‘stormwater’

Merriam Supports Neighborhood and Local Businesses with Recent Improvements

Posted on Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 by Kristen Leathers
In Stormwater, Transportation Engineering, tagged in Tags: , , 51st-after-2

The City of Merriam regularly makes improvements to its infrastructure, but one recent project supported local commerce and increased safety for residents. The Residential Streets Group V – Street and Drainage Improvements project included the redesign of two, distinct areas. The first was a commercial and industrial setting at Merriam Lane. The second was a residential […]

MS4 Permits and Public Engagement

Posted on Wednesday, October 28th, 2015 by Brad Schleeter
In Stormwater, tagged in Tags: , http://affinis.us/ms4-permits-public-engagement/

Last month, I attended the annual Missouri Water Environment Association Stormwater Conference in Columbia, Missouri. The Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit was a theme among many presentations. It regulates permit holders’ stormwater discharges and requires a variety of tasks, which are grouped into six minimum control measures (MCM). Permit holders are responsible for implementing […]

Kansas City Stormwater Improvements

Posted on Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 by Cliff Speegle
In Projects, Stormwater, tagged in Tags: , , , leawood heritage stormwater improvements

We have recently completed a number of stormwater improvement projects in the Kansas City metro area. Three, in particular, had very similar design features. Today, we’re sharing a quick overview of each project, along with a chart comparing characteristics of each. Leawood Heritage Stormwater Improvements Located on a tributary in the Dykes Branch watershed, this […]

Rejuvenating Communities Through Street Reconstruction

Posted on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 by Kristen Leathers
In Stormwater, Traffic, Transportation Engineering, tagged in Tags: , , http://affinis.us/rejuvenating-communities-street-reconstruction/

Our residential street team has a proven reputation for developing practical, quality designs that rebuild, rehabilitate, and rejuvenate neighborhoods. When aging infrastructure is worn out, it’s our job to make it new again and fix things that may not have worked well in the original design. These projects are an opportunity to: Improve an infrastructure’s […]