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Lee's Summit, MO

FOUR STREAMBANK STABILIZATION/STORMWATER MANAGEMEN

Last Updated

09/04/2018

Project Manager(s):

John Persing
816-969-1800

Estimated Construction Dates:

Jan 01, 2019 - Jun 01, 2019

Project Status

In Design

Projected Funding:

$1,000

Project Description:

NE BRISTOL DRIVE The project will improve the unnamed stream running under NE Bristol Drive near NE Concord Street. Recently, the centerline of the stream has begun to shift southward upstream of the crossing at NE Bristol Drive, causing the existing culvert wing wall to collapse. A temporary wing wall will be installed to protect the exposed roadway embankment, but the long term solution will require more significant work upstream. This project is intended to improve the stream running under Bristol Drive in such a way as to assure the long term integrity of Bristol Drive by protecting it from any undercutting or other degradation resulting from stream flows. As an added benefit, the work will also stabilize streambank erosion that is affecting a nearby house. NE DOUGLAS STREET Severe erosion along approximately 150 feet of NE Douglas Street is threatening to undermine the roadway leading into Lee's Summit Municipal Airport. With this project, a stormwater conveyance system that will ensure the continued stability of the road pavement while conveying stormwater flows originating from the airport is required. Minor stream improvements to the receiving stream west of NE Douglas Street may also be required. 2612 NE Douglas Street is the nearest address. SE 2ND STREET The stream which runs along the north side of SE 2nd Street, approximately 250 feet west of SE Independence Avenue is meandering towards 2nd Street, threatening the sidewalk and roadway. Streambank stabilization efforts are needed to protect 2nd street and the adjacent sidewalk. SW 3RD STREET This project will determine the best method to stabilize a slope on the north side of 3rd Street that is failing and endangering existing infrastructure. A global slope failure at this location would close 3rd Street between SW Winterpark Blvd. and SW Forrestpark Blvd. A box culvert is located beneath the roadway at this location, and the culvert is being undermined and stormwater is eroding the base of the slope. Work may include reconstructing the slope, erosion protection along the slope, stabilizing the culvert foundation, extension of the box culvert, and Corps of Engineer permitting.

Project Rationale:

Proposed improvements will provide long-term protection for the roadways near streams by improving slope stability and streambank stability.

Current Project Status:

Consultant contract approved on 2/28/18. 95% plans were submitted to the City on 8/29/2018.


Northwest T-Hangar Replacement

Last Updated

03/08/2018

Project Manager(s):

Bob Hartnett
816-969-1800

Estimated Construction Dates:

Mar 01, 2018 - Oct 01, 2018

Project Status

In Construction

Projected Funding:

$2,725,000

Project Description:

Construction of 28 new T-Hangar and associated taxilanes.

Project Rationale:

This project is the construction of 28 replacement T-hangars located in the northwest quadrant of the airport. The replacement hangars are expected to be completed in two phases. The first phase will complete 21 units with occupancy anticipated by July 1, 2018. The second phase will complete 7 units with occupancy anticipated by sometime in October 2018.

Current Project Status:

This project started at the beginning of March 2018.


Taxiway Alpha Relocation Construction

Last Updated

03/08/2018

Project Manager(s):

Bob Hartnett
816-969-1800

Estimated Construction Dates:

Mar 05, 2018 - Oct 01, 2018

Project Status

In Construction

Projected Funding:

$7,377,000

Project Description:

Remove existing Taxiway Alpha ad replace with a New Taxiway Alpha in accordance to meet the FAA's C-2 runway separation standards.

Project Rationale:

This project meets the FAA's requirement for additional separation between extended runway 18-36 and taxiway alpha. The additional separation for taxiway alpha will result in the required removal of seven existing buildings which include S, L, and open T-hangars. There will be runway closures as part of this project. Runway 11-29 is expected to be closed for a period of five days, exact dates to be determined, and runway 18-36 is expected to be closed for a period of 30 days, exact dates to be determined. The closures are necessary in order to safely connect the new taxiways to the runways. As always, all work will be weather permitting.

Current Project Status:

This project started the first week of March.