Nieman Corridor Middle Storm Drainage Improvements



Project Description:


This drainage sub-watershed is along the Turkey Creek Tributary 'F' immediately East of Nieman Rd to East of Barton St and has a long history of flooding adjacent homes, apartments and streets in large storm events. The Northeast Johnson County Watershed Study completed by Johnson County in 2006 identified numerous homes and streets flooding in this area.  The existing system is undersized and inadequate and is contributing to the flooding of four (4) homes, two (2) commercial buildings and Nieman Road.  The proposed project will include removal of two (2) homes, two (2) commercial buildings, installation of approximately 190 LF of concrete lined channel, 5 reinforced concrete boxes (2750 LF) under Nieman Rd and channel  improvements transitions.



Last Updated:
04/19/2017

Capital Improvement

Project Category:
Drainage Improvements

Project Contact:
Cynthia Moeller-Krass, P.E.
(913) 742-6236


Design Firm:
Olsson Associates

Construction Contract:
TBD

Inspection Firm:
Olsson Associates

Project Status:
Design

Project Number:
3424

Project Start Date:
06/06/2017

Estimated Project End Date:
12/29/2017


Status Details:

The design contract for this project was awarded to Olsson Associates at the October 24th City Council Meeting. Olsson has completed preliminary plans and these were presented to residents at the January 30th neighborhood meeting. Olsson is now working on final design and easement documents. The City expects to receive the final plans on April 3, 2017, and a neighborhood meeting to discuss these final plans is scheduled for 5:00 PM on April 4, 2017 at City Hall. Easement acquisition offers are expected to be mailed by April 1, 2017.




Notices:

6200 Nieman & Nieman Middle Final Plans Mtg_20170323.pdf6200 Nieman & Nieman Middle Final Plans Mtg_20170323.pdf 3401 and 3424 Project Notification Letter_20161205.pdf3401 and 3424 Project Notification Letter_20161205.pdf
Nieman Middle Final Plans_20170404.pdfNieman Middle Final Plans_20170404.pdf

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