The McFarlane Bridge spans the Cedar River replacing a century-old, concrete bridge that was damaged beyond repair during historic flooding in 2008.
The Knoxville Bicycle & Trail Master Plan provides a comprehensive 20-year vision for the City's bicycle and pedestrian system.
Located along the Iowa River on the southern edge of Iowa City, the Terry Trueblood Recreation Area is Iowa City’s largest park.
Conceptual, preliminary, and final design were provided for over 5-miles of 12-foot wide PCC recreational trail encompassing Easter Lake.
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.
This project preserved two bodies of water in Ada Hayden Heritage Park, improved water quality of the lakes, and stabilized three miles of shoreline.
Snyder & Associates conducted meetings for project input and prepared the Trailhead Master Plan and estimate of construction costs.
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.
This 10-foot wide, 25-mile long trail connects five cities across four counties following a rail-banked railroad corridor.
The Polk County segment of the Gay Lea Wilson Trail extended the existing recreational trail north along the Four Mile Creek Greenbelt to NE 54th Ave.
This project extended the popular Raccoon River Valley Trail in Dallas and Guthrie Counties to create a 72-mile long paved recreational trail loop.
Centrally located in Altoona, Iowa, this community plaza park incorporates a performance stage, pavilion, concession stand, and other amenities.