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CFS Engineers provides premium planning, design, and inspection for all aspects of highway projects. To achieve the best quality for a design project, our team plans and designs for horizontal and vertical alignments, topography constraints, clear zone grading and guardrail protection, traffic signals and roundabouts, signage, pavement markings, and access management. We expertly cover the variety of roadside details for highway projects including landscaping, stormwater flow, erosion control, lighting and fiber, and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).


155th Street Improvements 

Kansas City, Missouri

The design included the reconstruction of 3,500 foot of roadway along 155th Street from Kensington Avenue to the Kansas City Southern Railroad Crossing.  Along with the roadway improvements the project includes the construction of a 10’ Trail with accessible ramps, and a 5’ sidewalk with accessible ramps. The features within the project are: 2-28’ wide divided median roadway sections, 127’ long 6’x6’ box culvert, 26 storm inlets, 3,200 linear feet of storm pipe utility relocations, and 60,000 cubic yards of earthwork.

School Road, Phases I, II, & III 

Cass County, Missouri

CFS designed and provided construction inspection for this project. The project is from Hubach Hill Road to 195th Street (Phase 1), 195th Street to 203rd Street (Phase 2), and 203rd Street to 211th Street (Phase 3), each project is approximately one mile. The project includes converting an existing 24’ roadway with open ditches to a 24’ urban roadway with curb and gutter and storm sewers.

US 60 / Rogersville Freeway 

Rogersville, Missouri

This award winning Design-Build project converted U.S. 60 into a freeway for a length of 4.15 miles between County Road 241 to the west and Peck Hollow Road to the east. The goals of the project included safety improvements, new intersection and highway interchange designs, a freeway underpass in Green County, a freeway overpass in Webster County, drainage and lighting improvements, sound wall design, and Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). 

91st Street | De Soto, Kansas

This project for the City of De Soto, Kansas extended 91st Street, west of Lexington Avenue, to Sunflower Road.  It included a trail extension east to Lexington Avenue and trail construction along the west side of Lexington Avenue, between 91st Street and westbound K-10 ramps.  The trail network connects to other important destination nodes including parks, schools, and businesses in this part of the City.  Work included clearing and grubbing, grading, storm sewer, paving, erosion control, utility conduit, fencing, permanent seeding, pavement marking, permanent signing, and  traffic control.  The project was bid on time and under budget.