Echo Ridge Subdivision (Topeka, Kansas)

2012 ACEC Engineering Excellence Award
2012 ACEC National Recognition

CFS Engineers provided civil design for a new 68 unit low income housing complex with community center. The project consists of stormwater collection, retention, treatment and detention, water main extension, sanitary sewer extension, City and private street design, cutback parking and two parking lots. The project will include pervious concrete paving, rain gardens and staged detention with two dry detention ponds. The project is not seeking LEED certification but incorporates many green technologies in compliance with HUD funding requirements.

Kingsbury Park Master Plan (Wichita, Kansas)

2012 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects

This project included development of a Master Plan for a 454 acre City park. The park will include approximately 2 miles of streets, 7 bridges, 7 RCB’s, Pavilion/Event Center, several miles of pedestrian, bike and nature trails and amenities. CFS provided survey and civil design support for the Master Plan. CFS also attended meetings, helped coordinate mining operations,
provided construction inspection and provided compaction testing of grading during mining operations.

Argosy Casino Parkway (Riverside, Missouri)

2011 Transportation Project of the Year-APWA, Kansas City Chapter
(North Phase)
2009 Transportation Project of the Year-APWA, Kansas City Chapter
(West Phase)

This project involved construction of a new 1/2 mile parkway connecting I-635 with the Entertainment District in Riverside, MO. WEST: Design of approximately 1 mile of new parkway connecting I-635 and Argosy Casino. Included 2-lane roundabout, future utility coordination and compliance with the U.S. Corps of Engineers and the L-385 Levee District. NORTH: Design of approximately 7/8 mile of new parkway connecting Argosy Casino with Missouri Hwy 9. Included design of a new straddle-bent bridge over Line Creek coordination with 10+ utilities and compliance with the U.S. Corps of Engineers and the L-385 Levee District.

US 50 & Graphic Arts Road (Emporia, Kansas)

2010 Municipal Paving Award, American Concrete Institute

Longview Road (Kansas City, Missouri)

MARC 2009 Sustainable Success Award

Reconstruction, widening and relocation of 1/3 mile of urban roadway to a 3-lane section with enclosed storm sewer system, sidewalks, street lighting, bio-retention, and hazardous waste removal.CFS provided project management, engineering surveys, design and geotechnical services for 100% of the project, as well as public involvement and utility coordination. CFS also provided sub-consultant for assisting county with right-of-way services.

West Wyatt Earp Boulevard (Dodge City, Kansas)

2010 Engineering Excellence Award-ACEC, Kansas
2009 Municipal Concrete Award-KRMCA
2008 Transportation Project of the Year-APWA, Kansas

This project involved design and construction of a five-lane roadway section with sidewalks on both sides. Construction included replacement of an existing four lane roadway while maintaining two-way traffic at all times. Construction sequencing and stormwater collection were other major challenges during this project. CFS worked closely with the City to develop innovative solutions to remedy these obstacles.

22nd Street, Canterbury to Commerce Parkway (Hays, Kansas)

2009 KCA-KDOT Partnering Award
2009 Municipal Streets and Intersection Award-MO/KS ACPA

CFS provided construction inspection for participating items including 1 mile of street, storm sewer and RCB bridges on 22nd Street from Canterbury Drive to Commerce Parkway.

Lake Shawnee Trail (Shawnee County, Kansas)

2009 Outstanding Accomplishments, Park and Recreation
Areas and Facilities, Class I-NACPRO
2007 Engineering Excellence Award-ACEC, Kansas

This project included a master plan and engineering design services for a multipurpose trail along West Edge and East Edge Roads around Lake Shawnee. CFS provided design services for the trail, trailhead gateway, regional trailhead, bridges, parking lots and utilities. This project filled a major need by providing a socially and economically valuable project that allowed safe access for exercise and outdoor activities that will be utilized for years to come.

Morganville Bridge Replacement (Clay County, Kansas)

2007 County Public Improvement Award-ACEC, Kansas

The existing steel truss bridge over the Republican River had a structurally deficient rating and a 90 degree bend in the County road just off the west end of the bridge. The poor alignment made visibility of oncoming traffic difficult, creating a dangerous condition. By offsetting the new alignment to the south and eliminating the dangerous 90 degree bend, the new bridge created safer conditions and eliminated approximately a mile of County road threatened by erosion from the Republican River.

Kellogg Avenue (Wichita, Kansas)

2009 Municipal Concrete Award-KRMCA
2006 Engineering Excellence Award-ACEC, Kansas
2006 National Finalist-ACEC
2006 Bridge Award-American Concrete Institute

This project benefited citizens of Wichita by improving traffic service in the East Kellogg corridor. The original roadway was a four lane arterial street with two-way frontage roads. Because this is the primary thoroughfare through Wichita, the original configuration caused severe traffic delays and congestion. The current improvements include a six lane expressway for US 54/400 traffic, and two lane one-way frontage roads with turnarounds for local and business traffic. The reduced congestion and associated travel time resulted in significant savings of time and fuel for the citizens of Wichita.

Montana Road and Sand Creek Road Intersections (Ottawa, Kansas)

2007 Best Industrial Road Concrete Paving Project-ACPA,
Missouri/Kansas Chapter

This project involved reconstruction and improvements to the Montana Road and Sand Creek Road Intersection. CFS provided surveying, traffi c and drainage analysis, field check, office check and final plans for intersection improvements. Right-of-way plans, geotechnical investigations, public involvement and shop drawing reviews were also provided.

Shawnee Mission Parkway Interchange at Maurer Road (Shawnee, Kansas)

2004 Excellence in Concrete-Concrete Promotional Group

The Maurer Road Interchange at Shawnee Mission Parkway was designed to provide safer and more efficient mobility while negotiating lanes. The interchange’s close proximity to Lackman Road and I-435 brought further safety concerns. Project involved design of a complex interchange to include traffic signals and lighting at Lackman and I-435. CFS was responsible for Project Administration, Surveys, Traffic Analysis, Drainage Study, Design, Construction Documents, Public Involvement and Aerial Photogrammetry.

Rockwell Lane Bridge over Brush Creek (Kansas City, Missouri)

1997 Engineering Excellence Award-APWA
Arts Commission Excellence Award

The Rockwell Lane Bridge serves primarily as an important flood control element for Brush Creek. Reflecting the architecture of the Country Club Plaza, the bridge aesthetically enhances the surrounding park and provides a gateway to the Westwood Subdivision. Ornate balusters and hunter green lamps accent the stonework used within the large bridge structure.