WATERLINES

CFS provides long-term solutions to improve or extend waterlines to meet the needs of the community. Our civil engineers have conducted full-scale waterline replacement projects for entire communities and provide modeling expertise to help municipalities plan for ongoing improvements to their systems. We help our clients manage aging infrastructure, increase system capacity, minimize the potential for water main breaks, and reduce contamination of potable water sources to ensure longevity of the system. We maintain close relationships with regulatory agencies in order to keep our clients informed on all drinking water regulations.

PROJECTS

Maplewoods Parkway Waterline | Kansas City, Missouri

The Maplewoods Parkway Water Line Project was completed in 2020 for the City of Kansas City, MO Water Services Department in conjunction with the Maplewoods Parkway roadway improvements. The project was approximately 1.8 miles long from NE 96th Street Northward past Staley Farms and the new Staley High School to Shoal Creek Parkway.  The project includes the following:

 

  • 142 LF of 8” Water Main

  • 663 LF of 12” Water Main

  • 3,211 LF of 16” Water Main

  • 1,012 LF of 30” Water Main

  • 11 Fire Hydrants

  • 33 Valves

Spirit of 76 Watermain Project | Branson, Missouri

CFS prepared plans for a proposed 12-inch water line on the north and south side of Route 76 for 5 miles west of Highway 65 (west of downtown Branson). The project replaces the existing 8-inch water line along the north side of Route 76. Construction documents were completed for phase 1 of the project with construction completed in Spring of 2017. 

Osceola Water System Improvement Project | Osceola, Missouri

The project included 11 miles of water line improvements and facilities throughout the city.  In addition to completing the design and construction of the improvements, CFS identified USDA Rural Development Funds for the City to cover the cost of the entire project. Our team coordinated meetings with state officials, assisted with the grant applications and handled the paperwork to ensure the funding requirements were met. The project consisted of the following:

 

  • 5,083 feet of 8” Water Main Pipe

  • 32,324 feet of 6” Water Main Pipe

  • 20,162 feet of 4” Ductile Iron Water Main Pipe

  • 1,640 feet of 2” Water Main Pipe

  • 151 Valves

  • 44 Fire Hydrants

  • A New well supply and telemetry system