Archive for December, 2021:

City of De Soto Increases Safety at 91st and Lexington

Posted on Wednesday, December 22nd, 2021 by Affinis Corp
In Traffic, tagged in de soto roundabout traffic design

The intersection at 91st Street and Lexington Avenue is located near De Soto High School and a few commercial businesses. The area has significant traffic with K-10 highway nearby. During peak hours, it was a challenge for drivers to make a left-hand turn from 91st Street, and some were taking unnecessary risks. The City of […]

3 Water Quality Application Trends in Kansas City

Posted on Saturday, December 18th, 2021 by Affinis Corp
In Stormwater, tagged in water quality applications

The interest in improving water quality is increasing in the area with places, like Johnson County Kansas and the City of Kansas City, Missouri, paving the way. This change is driven by several factors locally, including the region’s commitment to sustainability and making our outdoor spaces more accessible and engaging. In addition, the growing national […]

Railroad Engineering Group Offers New Services

Posted on Thursday, December 16th, 2021 by Affinis Corp
In Railroad, tagged in affinis railroad engineering

Railroad engineering requires a unique skillset and is needed any time a railroad falls within your project’s limits. This is how the Affinis Rail Team can benefit municipalities, Departments of Transportation, and industries. Why are these specialized services needed? The railroads have their own unique structure and standards. Understanding how railroad personnel work with one […]

Moving Leavenworth Forward

Posted on Wednesday, December 15th, 2021 by Affinis Corp
In Roadway, tagged in Thornton Street Leavenworth Kansas

The City of Leavenworth, Kansas helps move their community forward by routinely reinvesting in their infrastructure. Every 3 years, they conduct a city-wide pavement analysis to rate each street and identify which improvements are the most critical. As a result, they decided to improve Thornton Street. However, the repairs needed went beyond simple maintenance and […]