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Thornton Street Reconstruction Boosts Infrastructure and Water Quality for Leavenworth

Posted on Thursday, May 13th, 2021 by
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Every 3 years, the City of Leavenworth, Kansas conducts a city-wide pavement analysis, allowing them to rate each street and identify which improvements are most pressing. The results revealed the Thornton Street pavement was in poor condition. The repairs needed went beyond simple maintenance, so the city decided to perform a full reconstruction on the […]

Baffle Chute Design Protects Resident and County Infrastructure

Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2020 by
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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 […]

How to Implement a Pavement Preservation Program

Posted on Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 by
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Creating a pavement preservation program can help cities extend the life of their streets. However, categorizing and tracking every road takes time and strategy. Start by analyzing your city’s pavement to identify problem areas. This can be done by visiting individual sites and making assessments or by working with an outside vendor to gather the […]