(ICM1, Contract 21)
Johnson County Wastewater is working to increase capacity of the sanitary sewer system in the general area of 95th Street and Roe Avenue. Referred to as the Indian Creek (IC) Interceptor 2 Capital Improvements, this project addresses the approximately 14,000 linear feet of 12-inch through 30-inch diameter existing sanitary sewer interceptor in Overland Park and Prairie Village, Kansas, downstream of the former Meadowbrook Golf Course and Country Club that requires additional capacity (approximately 2,000 feet is upstream [Northwest] of the golf course property). The additional capacity is needed to provide the desired long-term level of service for the tributary area during large wet weather events. This project will provide more dependable and environmentally sound sanitary sewer service to the area.
The project is currently under design with bidding scheduled for early Sprig 2017. Construction is anticipated to begin in Spring 2017 and last through Spring 2018. Proposed construction access exhibits have been mailed to directly impacted property owners. Easement acquisition has begun. The second public meeting is was held on September 29.
Jeff Stacy, JCW 913-715-8545 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Waldo Margheim, Burns & McDonnell 816-844-4641 (email@example.com)
Meeting Presentation from the public meeting on September 29, 2016.
Public Meeting (09/29/16) Notification Letters were mailed on September 15, 2016 to property owners along the anticipated alignment.
Public Meeting (06/02/2016) Notification Letters were mailed on May 19, 2016 to property owners along the anticipated alignment.
Meeting Presentation from the public meeting on 06/02/2016.
Notification letters were mailed on October 30, 2015, to property owners along the anticipated alignment.
Request for Information forms will assist in the design process. Property owners along the alignment are encouraged to provide input early in the design phase so that concerns can be addressed and, if possible, incorporated into the design.
Engineering (Burns & McDonnell), survey (Kaw Valley Engineering) and geotechnical crews (Terracon) will continue to be in the area throughout the design and bid phase.
General Location Map of the project shows projected improvements upstream and downstream of the Meadowbrook Golf and Country Club.
Public Meetings will be hosted by Johnson County Wastewater in the near future to give residents the opportunity to meet the project team, ask questions, and learn more about the project. Residents will receive notice of the meetings, or can check this website for updates.
FAQs – What to expect during construction gives general information regarding sanitary sewer construction.