Stream restoration and native plantings in Noelridge Park have reduced erosion and improved water quality of the McLoud Run Trout Stream.
Shuck-Britson, Inc., a division of Snyder & Associates, completed the design of the main structural support of the CRST Center in Cedar Rapids, IA.
Dam removal is part of a plan to improve water quality, restore in-stream habitat, and meet the designated use of the Des Moines River.
We led East Second Street improvement efforts for pavement replacement, roadway geometry, clear zone, and the addition of a sidewalk in Webster City.
We collaborated with the City of Anamosa and FEMA to provide innovative water treatment plant updates and repairs following a 2008 flood.
Snyder & Associates led development and design, which included utility planning, on The Edge and the Nexus building projects at Gray's Landing.
After evaluating the condition of the concrete spillway at Summit Lake, we designed a spillway replacement to keep the lake in usable condition.
After 30 years, the Sac City wastewater treatment plant underwent a renovation of the main pump station with new dry pit submersible pumps.
Snyder & Associates partnered with the City of Cedar Falls to address and overcome sewer system capacity issues.
This project preserved two bodies of water in Ada Hayden Heritage Park, improved water quality of the lakes, and stabilized three miles of shoreline.
This Watershed Management Authority was formed to ensure flooding and water quality were handled on a holistic level.
This expansion project helped better serve and address the wastewater treatment needs of Ankeny, Altoona, Bondurant, Des Moines, and Polk County.
The City of Panora improved their 500,000-gallon water treatment plant to reduce chemical contaminants and provide higher quality water.
The South 1st Street Neighborhood Rehabilitation is part of a multi-phase project on the eastern side of Council Bluffs, IA.