Shuck-Britson, Inc., a division of Snyder & Associates, completed the design of the main structural support of the CRST Center in Cedar Rapids, IA.
Roadway and ramp improvements are needed to create a DDI in Ankeny, which will improve traffic safety and efficiency.
Originally constructed in the 1970s, significant rehabilitation and aesthetic improvements were needed to address and overcome ongoing bridge issues.
The Starkweather Bike and Pedestrian Path connecting the Isthmus and East Washington corridors with the Madison Campus was completed in June 2010.
The NW 66th Ave and Kempton Bridge project involves the reconstruction of 2.5-miles of rural, four-lane roadway with a designated left turn lane.
Structural and aesthetic improvements were completed to expand the capacity of this pedestrian bridge and provide a refreshed, clean appearance.
This 10-foot wide, 25-mile long trail connects five cities across four counties following a rail-banked railroad corridor.
An ACEC Iowa Engineering Excellence Award was given in honor of the IA-5 & I-35 Interchange project which enables safe, efficient traffic flow.
This project extended the popular Raccoon River Valley Trail in Dallas and Guthrie Counties to create a 72-mile long paved recreational trail loop.
As the primary design consult, we provided numerous services including preliminary roadway design, right of way, railroad coordination, and more.