(ICM1, Contract 22)
Johnson County Wastewater is working to increase the capacity of the sanitary sewer system in the general area of 103rd Street and Metcalf Avenue. Referred to as the Metcalf and 103rd Interceptor Relocation and Capacity Improvements, this project addresses approximately 3,000 linear feet of 21-inch through 30-inch diameter existing sanitary sewer interceptor in Overland Park, Kansas, near Pinehurst Park and the Indian Creek Shopping Center that requires additional capacity and protection from streambank erosion. 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 preliminary design with construction bidding scheduled for Fall 2020. Engineering (Burns & McDonnell), surveying (Kaw Valley Engineering), and geotechnical (Terracon) crews will be in the area performing field investigations beginning in December 2019.
Michael Cunningham JCW 913-715-8545 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Waldo Margheim, Burns & McDonnell 816-844-4641 (email@example.com)
Notification letters were mailed in January 2020 to property owners and local businesses 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.
General Location Map of the project shows projected improvement locations.
FAQs – What to expect during construction gives general information regarding sanitary sewer construction.