Street reconstruction included a new and expanded storm sewer system, ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, street grade improvements.
This study and design project included the review and analysis of impacts associated with realigning IA Hwy 926 through downtown a Fort Dodge.
Snyder & Associates completed the final roadway design and financial plan for the Interstate 35 Reconstruction project.
First Avenue is a main north-south arterial roadway in Iowa City, Iowa utilized by approximately 13,000 vehicles per day.
We led East Second Street improvement efforts for pavement replacement, roadway geometry, clear zone, and the addition of a sidewalk in Webster City.
Roadway and ramp improvements are needed to create a DDI in Ankeny, which will improve traffic safety and efficiency.
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.
The Oralabor Gateway Trail is part of the Neal Smith to Ankeny Trail that connects Ankeny, Iowa to the existing Neal Smith Trail south of Saylorville.
This project involved situating a recreational trail within a narrow corridor of right of way with a minimal construct-able area.
Reconstruction of 1.6 miles of two-lane rural roadway to a four-lane urban boulevard provides improved access to area businesses.
Snyder & Associates provided numerous services for the ISU Morrill Road project including survey, construction administration, and record drawings.
Since 1993, Snyder & Associates has provided on-call traffic and safety engineering services to the Iowa DOT and local agencies through TEAP.
Ankeny partnered with Snyder & Associates to construct new public infrastructure supporting the new Ankeny High School and Southview Middle School.
Surrounding the Madison County Courthouse Square, this project resulted in crosswalk and sidewalk improvements, new street lights, and more.