TWIN CREEKS AREA SEWER IMPROVEMENT
Kansas City Northland
The Twin Creeks Area Sewer Improvement is a $57M infrastructure project providing 10.5 miles of sanitary sewer and two new pump stations to a 15,000-acre doughnut hole of land straddling Clay and Platte Counties. With the availability of sanitary sewers, the Twin Creeks region, set between U.S. 169 and I-29 on the east and west and I-435 and MO-152 on the north and south, is anticipated to attract upwards of 75,000 new residents and an immeasurable amount of private investment over the next 20-30 years.
Hunt Midwest, in collaboration with the City of Kansas City, Missouri, TIF Commission, Kansas City Water Services Department and MD Management, formed a public/private partnership to bring this much needed infrastructure to the Northland and complete a project that had been on the drawing board for over 50 years. As general contractor overseeing construction within the First Creek watershed, Hunt Midwest encountered challenges such as boring under I-435 and securing easements from property owners allowing crews access to lay the sewer pipe through their land.
- $57M Investment
- 10.5 Miles of Sanitary Sewer Pipe
- Completed 2015