When the last brick is laid, the 90-acre, $350-million CityPlace project in Overland Park, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, will house 600,250 square feet of office space, 39,860 square feet of retail space, 1,382 luxury apartment units, and 140 senior-living units.
But for all of this to come to fruition, the city of Overland Park first had to reroute Switzer Road, a major thoroughfare, to better serve the new development.
Modifying this 3,300-foot corridor required designing two roundabouts, aligning roads, building storm sewers, creating a concrete pavement jointing plan, coordinating utilities, designing a traffic signal, installing LED street lighting, installing signing, marking pavement, and designing trails, landscaping, and irrigation.
We worked with multiple contractors to seamlessly tie adjacent roadway projects and site development to the $4.5-million Switzer Road realignment. The newly constructed road opened to traffic in late December 2015; the area continues to see development and revitalization.
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