The Design-Build project converted U.S. 60 into a freeway for a length of 4.15 miles between County Road 241 to the west and Peck Hollow Road to the east. For local residents who were used to the at-grade highway intersections in the past, the new fully controlled access greatly improves safety for both U.S. 60 & Farm Road 253 in Greene County and U.S. 60 & Route B/VV in Webster County. The goals of the project include safety improvements, new intersection and highway ramp design, a freeway underpass in Greene County, a freeway overpass in Webster County, drainage and lighting improvements, sound wall design, and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).CFS Engineers responsibilities include roadway planning and design, design of ADA pedestrian crossings, sanitary sewer plans, stormwater pollution prevention, noise pollution analysis, big-block retaining walls, and engaging local Missouri State University students with an ongoing diversity outreach program.
National Award of Merit from Design-Build Institute of America
AASHTO Quality of Life/Community Development Award