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Atchison Farmers’ Market Pavilions Provide “Three-Season” Shelter
The Farmers’ Market Group approached city leaders about their need for an adequate structure to shelter market vendors and patrons
Grand Avenue Bridge Replacement Over the Des Moines River
The new Grand Avenue PPC beam bridge spanning the Des Moines River supports three lanes of traffic with bicycle lanes
Small Destination Community Requires Municipal Engineering Services: Vienna, Wisconsin
Since 2012, Snyder & Associates has filled the role of engineering representative for the Town of Vienna, aiding in the
Innovative Stormwater Technology Provides Right Solution for Catalyst on Main
Snyder & Associates was hired to create the site development plans for the Catalyst on Main site with an eye
Iowa Highway 17 Realignment Study Leads to Grade Separation Recommendation
Snyder & Associates was tasked by the Iowa DOT with performing a realignment study that would assess the practicality of
Diverging Diamond Interchange to Improve Safety & Efficiency at Interstate
The Snyder & Associates team served as the primary design consultant for roadway and diverging diamond interchange ramp improvements.
Creston Water Treatment Plant Assessment and Suggested Facility Renovations
When it came time for a condition assessment on the current water treatment facility, Creston Water Works turned to the
Madison & Main Apartments Meet Residential & Commercial Need
Avenue Architects brought in the professionals with Snyder & Associates to provide site development for the project and integrate the
Kettlestone Development Provides Master Plan for Growth
The professionals with Snyder & Associates were selected to create site plans for most of the large-scale projects within this
Interchange Justification Report Paves the Way for Improvements
The Iowa DOT tasked Snyder & Associates with determining the best interchange improvement options and creating an Interchange Justification Report
Kwik Trip Store Development Adds Convenience to Business Park
Kwik Trip retained Snyder & Associates to develop the site plan for their new Madison store location.
Creative Solutions for Toledo Water Treatment Plant Upgrades
Snyder & Associates worked with the City of Toledo to create a new water treatment facility that specifically focused on
Major League Amenities at the New Nevada High School Baseball
Snyder & Associates designed a new baseball facility for the Nevada high school team at the SCORE Recreation Athletic Complex.
City of Robins Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan
Snyder & Associates worked with the City of Robins to create a comprehensive infrastructure plan, helping guide them to a
Modern Behavioral Health Center Adapted for Infill Development
Snyder & Associates provided the expansive site development plans and drawings for this proposed behavioral health center infill project.
Corridor Traffic Study Recommends Complete Street Solutions for Cedar Falls
The City of Cedar Falls requested Snyder & Associates perform a traffic study on the Main Street corridor to determine
The Sterling at Prairie Trail Development Meets Needs of Growing
The development team partnered with Snyder & Associates to create site plans that meet the stringent requirements of the Prairie
Multiple Services Provided for Jasper Street Reconstruction Effort
Snyder & Associates engineers had been providing municipal engineering services for the City of Pleasantville for several years before this
Increased Growth along Iowa Highway 141 Leads to Corridor Study
In partnership with the Iowa DOT, Polk County authorities engaged Snyder & Associates to review traffic operations and the safety
“Elevate Indianola” Comprehensive Plan Promotes Pathway to the Future
Snyder & Associates was enlisted in 2019 to investigate the current trends and create a new comprehensive plan to guide
Recreational Tennis Courts Thriving in Parks & School Districts
The team of landscape architects at Snyder & Associates has been designing tennis facilities for many years. Tennis courts remain
Crossing Commons Assisted Living Senior Community
With a broad range of development services available under one roof, Snyder & Associates has the expertise to perform complicated
Quality Expansion Efforts for Aster Retirement Community of Cottage Grove
Wisconsin Community Benefits from Much-Needed Senior Development With a rich history in the State of Wisconsin, the Village of Cottage
Corridor Upgrades Improve Safety & Increase Traffic Flow along 5th
Snyder & Associates has spearheaded several improvement projects along 5th Avenue South in Fort Dodge aimed at creating a better
Challenging Site Considerations for New Fuel Blending Facility
Wisconsin Company Controls Fuel Quality with Blending Facility For over 55 years, Kwik Trip convenience stores have operated in the
ETC Brightens their Future with Award-Winning Expansion Project
Snyder & Associates partnered with the project’s architect and general contractor to design several facets of the new ETC site.
Bold Renovations Prepare Hilldale Shopping Center for Shifting Consumer Preferences
WS Development hired Snyder & Associates to reconfigure 55,000 square feet of retail space on the shopping center’s south end
Young’s Park Upgrades Create Destination Hub for Region
Knoxville city leaders selected Snyder & Associates to create a master plan for renovating the 11-acre community park and adding
Cass County Memorial Expansion Projects Keep Hospital on Cutting Edge
Snyder & Associates has worked with the hospital on multiple expansion and site improvement projects that have enhanced the services
Hotel Development Project: Hampton Inn & Suites, Altoona
Patriot Hospitality partnered with Snyder & Associates to develop the Altoona site to meet the Hampton Inn standards.
Gay Lea Wilson Trail Extension Links Altoona to the North
Multi-use trails continue to connect destination hubs leaders. Snyder & Associates partnered to extend the Gay Lea Wilson Trail network
Cost-Effective Repair Method used for Roadway Rehabilitation Project: Carlisle
Busy Community Street Requires Extensive Repairs Located just off the Highway 5 bypass, the community of Carlisle provides small-town living
Interstate 80 Shoulder Repairs Make Room for Future Expansion
Snyder & Associates was tasked with planning and designing roadway shoulder repair work along an extensive stretch of Interstate 80
Branded gateway installation for the city of Pleasant Hill, Iowa.
Roadway Upgrades Lead Community to Implement Streetscape Upgrades: Pleasant Hill
Thoughtfully planned improvements create a pedestrian-friendly environment with better traffic control and a noticeable transition to the neighborhood.
Roadway Improvements & Safety Upgrades Add Value for Community of
A thoughtful staging plan limited disruptions, while the new storm sewer drainage system reduces the potential for localized flooding events
Long-Term Municipal Engineering & Planning Services Spark Growth: Polk City
Snyder & Associates has provided municipal engineering and planning services for the community of Polk City for more than 40
High School Athletic Sites Receive Synthetic-Turf Field Upgrades & other
The professionals at Snyder & Associates harnessed their years of experience in designing sports facilities and installing synthetic turf systems
Land development expansion of Woodsman markets.
Expansion Study for Growing Community Leads to New Retail &
Snyder & Associates is proud to have provided extensive land survey, site development, stormwater planning, and numerous other services for
Obsolete Bridge Design Leads to New Construction over the West
Major Interstate Bridges Require Updated Design Profiles Extending 306 miles across the state, Interstate 80 is Iowa’s longest interstate highway.
163 corridor, a main thoroughfare into and out of the Des Moines area, through Pleasant Hill will benefiting greatly from adaptive signal technology.
Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) System along Busy Corridor Set
Community Growth Drives Need for Signal Upgrades The City of Pleasant Hill, Iowa has turned to Snyder & Associates for
An adaptive signal system will allow controllers to work together to reduce congestion along the corridor.
Adaptive Signal Technology a Natural Progression for Highway 6: Clive
Community Growth Brings Congested Traffic along Corridor With a long history of providing valuable engineering services to communities along the
Neighborhood Receives Much-Needed Stormwater Drainage Improvements: Fort Dodge
Right-Sizing Stormwater Drainage System Key to Residential Neighborhood Project The tidy, residential neighborhood situated in the south-central area of Fort
An excavator operator piles large rocks around the detention basin inlet.
Street Flooding Leads to Storm Sewer & Roadway Improvements: Fort
Flood Mitigation Efforts Implemented to Tackle Decades-Old Stormwater Drainage Problems Until recently, business owners in the Crossroads Mall area of
Enhanced Trail Connectivity at Heart of Hike & Bike WC
Hike & Bike Trail System Sought to Link Recreation Hubs around Webster County & Fort Dodge In line with the
Polk City’s Comprehensive Growth & Development Plan
Growing Community Requires Strategic Comprehensive Plan Located approximately 16 miles northwest of downtown Des Moines, Polk City is primarily a
Signal Timing Project Fuels More Efficient Traffic Flow: Ankeny, Iowa
Growing Population Creates Traffic Congestion Issues With a population that has more than tripled over the last three decades, the
U.S. Highway 30 Bypass around Mt. Vernon & Lisbon Modernizes
Decades-Long Plan to Widen Roadway & Build Bypass comes to Fruition A planning study started in the 1980s by the
Trail System Master Plan Highlights Engineering Services for Knoxville, Iowa
Building Relationships through Community Development Services Situated just 25 miles southeast of Des Moines in the south-central portion of the
Hot mix asphalt being installed on residential street. Numerous crew and contractors on sight.
Cost-Saving Method used for Street Rehabilitation Project: Norwalk
Infrastructure Study Identifies Poor Street Conditions Lakewood Drive in Norwalk, Iowa is a residential street running along the southern edge
Denison Rotary Club Jumpstarts Trail Planning Initiative
Multi-Use Trails Key to Linking Destination Hubs around the City of Denison & Crawford County Situated along the Boyer River
Innovative & Cost-Effective City Engineering Services: Pleasantville, Iowa
As a multi-disciplined engineering firm, Snyder & Associates offers a full range of municipal engineering services to help towns, cities,
Street-level view of the front of the Quad-Cities Waterfront Convention Center
Downtown Revitalization Plan Starts with Market Analysis & Traffic Feasibility
Changing Strategies for Shifting Consumer Demands During the first half of the 20th century, the Bettendorf riverfront had a thriving
Traffic Study Determines Roundabouts Add Maximum Roadway Efficiency & Safety:
Extensive Traffic Study Leads to Roadway Improvements Cedar Falls has experienced a steady population and commercial growth over the past
Eight Ames High School officials standing by excavator holding gold shovels preparing to break ground at new school site.
Phase One Construction Begins on the New Ames High School
Groundbreaking ceremony kicks off the multi-year high school construction project When the current Ames High School opened in the early
Watershed Restoration & Water Quality Improvements: Easter Lake Park Receives
Popular Recreation Destination Offers a Variety of Outdoor Activities Since its creation in 1967, the 464-acre Easter Lake Park on
FEMA Recertification Improves Levee & Flood Protection: Council Bluffs, Iowa
Reducing Flood Risk & Ensuring Levee Performance Levees are an important component of community infrastructure in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Located
High school baseball pitcher throwing ball to batter from pitchers mound in a new athletic facility design.
Synthetic-Turf Fields for Baseball & Softball Complex: Johnston Community Schools
New Baseball & Softball Complex with Synthetic-Turf Fields As the City of Johnston’s population continues to grow, the need for
Site Design & Stormwater Management: Madison Fire Station 14
Permeable Pavers & Bioretention Contribute to LEED Platinum Certification A strong desire to reduce fire department response time and proactively
Wastewater System Analysis & Planning: Cedar Falls, Iowa
Community Growth Prompts New Wastewater System Needs Steady population growth and an expanding commercial base led to sewer system capacity
Highway Expansion Drives Development: A Quarter Century of Progress
Highway Widening Project for the Iowa DOT: Corridor Study Leads to Improved Mobility & Reduced Traffic Congestion Beginning in the
Funding Application & Procurement Assistance for Water Quality: Pleasantville Shadle
Identifying Funding Application Options for Water Quality For nearly 25 years, Snyder & Associates has had the privilege of serving
Wastewater Asset Management Planning: Des Moines WRA Sanitary Sewer Trunk
Preventative Sanitary Sewer System Maintenance Promotes Cost-Savings Preventative maintenance ensures sanitary sewers remain in proper working condition and helps prevent potential
Stream Realignment Required for Roadway Extension in West Des Moines
Community Growth Drives Roadway Expansion & Stream Realignment The Stagecoach Drive Extension over Sugar Creek in West Des Moines extended
Reusing Municipal Wastewater for Ethanol Production
Waste to Ethanol: Transforming Municipal Wastewater into a Community Resource The new ethanol plant in Cass County, Iowa, just northwest
City-wide Walkability Study: Johnston
Population Growth Prompts Walkability Study In November 2018, the City of Johnston, Iowa completed a city-wide walkability study to address
Stream & Sanitary Sewer Protection: Fourmile Creek
Improving Ecological Stream Functions & Habitat The WRA Fourmile Creek Improvements-North of Broadway project protects vital infrastructure while fostering improved
The downtown Clinton, Iowa streetscape uses planting beds, decorative lighting, and seating to create an inviting public space for pedestrians.
Streetscape Improvements Lead to Clinton Placemaking
Transforming Streetscape Design Challenges into Placemaking Assets Creative placemaking and local history combined to revitalize downtown Clinton, Iowa on this
Urban Site Development: Hilton Hotel
Overcoming Urban Site Development Constraints This new, award-winning Hilton hotel located in downtown Des Moines stands eight stories high and
People gathered to celebrate the completion of the first segment of a 9-mile High Trestle Trail extension.
High Trestle Trail: Let’s Connect
Evaluating Trail Alignment Options to Connect Popular Trail Systems Snyder & Associates began working with Dallas County Conservation Board to
Controlled Discharge Lagoon System: Woodward Resource Center
Expanding the Capacity of a Controlled Discharge Lagoon System The Iowa Woodward Resource Center’s wastewater treatment facility was experiencing incoming
Maximizing Property Use: Goodman Community Center
Maximizing Property Use & Functionality The Goodman Community Center, Madison, Wisconsin’s largest community center, is poised to better serve community
Aerial rendering of the Ames Miracle League playground, baseball field, and tennis courts.
Park Master Planning: Ames Miracle League Field & Playground
Over 500 children and 300 adults living in Story County with special needs will benefit from the new Ames Miracle
Stadium Complex Design: Johnston Schools
Community Growth Requires New Stadium Complex Design  Johnston, Iowa is a rapidly growing community located just north of Des Moines. Between 2000
Public library walkway leading to building.
Brownfield Site Development: Waunakee Public Library
Brownfield Site Develops into a New Library The Village of Waunakee has been planning for a new library since 2008.
SBR Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements
SBR Treatment System & UV Disinfection for NPDES Compliance The City of Pleasantville owns and operates a wastewater treatment facility
Aerated Lagoon Enhancements Reduces Ammonia-Nitrogen & E.coli: Norway Wastewater Treatment
Aerated Lagoon Enhancements to Achieve NPDES Compliance The City of Norway’s aerated lagoon wastewater treatment system doesn’t meet new NPDES
Controlled Discharge Lagoon Conversion: Colesburg, Iowa
Colesburg city leaders selected Snyder & Associates to update their wastewater treatment plant, adding new technologies and system upgrades.
Aerated Lagoon Retrofit for Reduction in Ammonia-Nitrogen: Lenox Wastewater Treatment
Achieving NPDES Treatment Requirements This project was developed to meet a NPDES compliance schedule issued to the City of Lenox
Hamilton Drain Flood Control Improvements
Increasing Development & Urbanization Leads to Frequent Flooding Since the 1980s, increasing development and urbanization of northeast Des Moines and
Altoona Industrial Park Development
Proper Rail Design & Funding Assistance Provide Cost Savings for Developer The Altoona industrial park project is a 185-acre, light
Design of Unit Train Service Addition to Industrial Site: Global
Plans to Accommodate Unit Train Shipping Service to Improve Transport The project site for a Global Agricultural Products Corporation was
Development Planning for Agricultural Rail Terminal
New Rail Terminal Required Innovative Design This project involved development planning for a new rail terminal intended to receive and send bulk
Planning Rail Freight Service for Industrial Site: Global Nutritional Ingredient
A global nutritional ingredient company located in central Iowa determined that freight rail service was needed at their facility to
Design of a New Industrial Facility with Rail Service: American
Industrial Site Plan Design Required Spur Track Access This project included the design of a new industrial facility on a
Design & Construction of New Electrodialysis Reversal (EDR) Water Treatment
This project involved the construction of a new facility to treat drinking water from deep Jordan Sandstone wells containing excessive
Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant Improvements: Oakland, Iowa
In 2012, it became clear to city officials that the water treatment system in Oakland, Iowa, was no longer meeting
New Lime Softening Drinking Water Treatment Plant: Iowa National Guard
Following a study, Snyder & Associates prepared a comprehensive drinking water treatment development plan for the Iowa National Guard. A
Stream Mitigation Banking: Black Hawk County
Iowa’s First Stream Mitigation Bank Snyder & Associates assisted in developing the first stream mitigation bank with stream credits available
Riverside Drive Streetscape
Key Gateway Feature in Iowa City This project involves Iowa City streetscape improvements for S. Riverside Drive between U.S. Highway
Dallas County Conservation Board Strategic Plan
A Five-year Plan for DCCB Success The Dallas County Conservation Board Strategic Plan is a document designed to guide budgeting
Addressing Stormwater, Access, & Space Challenges: McFarland Schools
Overcoming Stormwater, Access, & Space Challenges  Expansion and improvements to McFarland Schools are part of a $65.1 million school referendum
Greenway Master Plan: Lower Fourmile Creek
Greenway Master Plan Benefits Lower Fourmile Creek is located in the bottom one-third of the Fourmile Creek Watershed, which encompasses
Park Master Planning & Design: Hickory Hill Park
Improving Iowa City’s Hickory Hill Park Hickory Hill Park preserves 185-acres of wilderness in northeastern Iowa City not far from
New Interchange & Bridge over Interstate 29 Requires Creative Engineering
New Interchange & Bridge Design Faces Unique Challenges In their ongoing efforts to improve outdated roadways and bridges, the Iowa
Small-Scale Street Project, Substantial Results: Lainson Avenue Rehabilitation
Residential Roadway Rehabilitation Project Improves Neighborhood Lainson Avenue in Council Bluffs, Iowa is a short, dead-end, residential street extending to
Urban-style Greenspace Master Plan: Pocket Park
Creating an Urban-style Greenspace The corner of Main and Second Avenue in Marshalltown, Iowa has been transformed from a vacant,
NE 36th Street Reconstruction & Bridge Widening
Rural to Urban Roadway Reconstruction Significant growth in north Ankeny prompted the need for increased traffic capacity and safety between
Fort Dodge Clock Tower
The city leaders in Fort Dodge, Iowa have been talking about installing gateway features to enhance downtown entry points to
Highway Safety Plan Update Aims for Zero Fatalities
Multi-Agency Collaboration Effort to Improve Highway Safety Snyder & Associates assisted the Iowa Department of Transportation and other transportation safety
JewEllsworth Trail
Abandoned Railroad Creates Trail Opportunity In March 2006, the Union Pacific Railroad filed for the abandonment of a 3.2-mile corridor
Final map of the Northwest River District Revitalization Plan.
Expansive Public Engagement Key for Northwest River District Revitalization Plan:
Revitalization Project Prompted by National Award In 2015, the City of Fort Dodge, Iowa advanced to the quarterfinal round of America’s Best
Stream Restoration & Stabilization: Noelridge Park
Stream Restoration & Stabilization Located in downtown Cedar Rapids, Noelridge Park is upstream from the McLoud Run Trout Stream that
McFarlane Bridge
Historic Flooding Severs Trail Connections The Cedar Valley Nature Trail (CVNT) was built on the abandoned Waterloo, Cedar Falls and
Pavement Analysis Leads to Reconstruction of Residential Road
Residential Street Reconstruction Project Improves Thriving Neighborhood West Post Road in northwest Cedar Rapids is a busy residential street running through
Outlets of Des Moines & Shoppes at Prairie Crossing
Land & Site Planning for Major Commercial/Retail Development Snyder & Associates developed site concepts for the Shoppes at Prairie Crossing, a major 230-acre
Athletic Facility Master Plan: Ames Schools
Developing a Park-like Setting to Accommodate High Level of Use & Various Athletic Programming The Ames Community School District Athletic
Award-Winning, Cross-Town Connector Project Unites Fort Dodge through Corridor Realignment
Traffic Study Results in Roadway Realignment for Better Community Access Snyder & Associates undertook a traffic study and design project which included the
CRST Center
A Welcome Addition to Cedar Rapids  Located on the east bank of the Cedar River in downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
Full-Scale Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System: Atkins, Iowa
Water System Study Finds High Nitrite Levels in Raw Water Snyder & Associates prepared a Water System Study for the
3-D Modeling Design Technology Increases Efficiencies for Roadway Reconstruction: Interstate
Increasing Efficiencies for Interstate Reconstruction Design: Iowa DOT As part of an on-call design contract, the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT)
ADA Compliant Sports Field Design: Urbandale Miracle League Field
All-inclusive Recreational Opportunities Nestled among standard little league fields at Northview Park in Urbandale, Iowa, the Urbandale Miracle League Field
Multipurpose Natural Turf Sports Field Design: Nevada Schools
Improving a Natural Turf Football Field & Expanding Athletic Facility Capabilities The Nevada Community School District expressed a desire to
First Avenue Grade Separation Results in Transformational Safety Upgrade
Traffic Delays Cause Extreme Hardship for Iowa City Commuters First Avenue in Iowa City, Iowa serves as a main north-south
Temporary Driveway Assistance Devices Reduce Costs for Street Reconstruction: Webster
Heavily-Trafficked Corridor Receives Much-Needed Improvements Initially constructed in 1930, U.S. Highway 20 (now known as East Second Street), is a
Design & Implementation of Three-phase Park Master Plan: Terry Trueblood
Former Quarry Becomes a Recreational Amenity  Located along the Iowa River on the southern edge of Iowa City, the Terry
Dam Removal: Des Moines River
Improving River Safety, Water Quality & Recreation Through Dam Removal The Des Moines River serves as a primary water source
Knoxville Bicycle & Trail Master Plan
Identifying Master Plan Goals A 2014 community survey in Knoxville, Iowa illustrated the strong desire for a more extensive bike
Off-Highway Vehicle Park Design & Construction: Gypsum City OHV Park
A Premier ATV Destination Located less than one mile southeast of Fort Dodge, Iowa, the Gypsum City Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV)
Spring Creek Sports Complex
Snyder & Associates was selected by the City of Altoona in 2008 to prepare construction documents for a proposed 80-acre
Kanesville Pedestrian Bridge
Shuck-Britson and Snyder & Associates provided the City of Council Bluffs with a cost-effective solution to address ongoing maintenance, corrosion,
Anamosa Wastewater Plant Switches to Aeration Activated Sludge Treatments
Flood Damage leads to a New, Upgraded Wastewater Treatment Plant When historic floods hit the town of Anamosa, Iowa, the water
The Edge & Nexus
Multi-phase Development Along the Raccoon River Located south of downtown Des Moines along the Raccoon River, Gray’s Landing is a
Dundee Streetscape
Streetscape Enhancements in Historic Dundee Completed in 2014, the Dundee Streetscape project involved renovations and aesthetic improvements along Underwood Avenue
Multi-Use Trail Loop Design & Funding: Easter Lake Park
Expanding Recreational Opportunities Through Trail Connections A desire to improve safe access to Easter Lake Park and expand recreational facilities
Starkweather Bike Path
In June 2010, the final link in the Starkweather Bike and Pedestrian Path connecting the Isthmus and East Washington corridors with the
All-Inclusive Playground & Baseball Field: Ankeny Miracle League
All-Inclusive Play Opportunities for Central Iowa Residents Snyder & Associates collaborated with the City of Ankeny Parks & Recreation Department,
Regional Community Park & Trail Planning: Terra Lake Park
Terra Lake Park: Transforming a Brownfield Site The Terra Lake Park project transformed a decommissioned sanitary sewage lagoon into an
Flood Damage Repair & Dam Reconstruction Reduces Safety Concerns: Summit
Flood Damage Threatens Local Dam & Spillway Originally built in the late 19th century, Summit Lake spans 250 acres across
Sac City Wastewater Treatment
The Sac City Wastewater Treatment Plant was originally constructed in the late 1970s and was in need of renovation with
Cedar Falls Lift Station
The steadily growing population and expanding commercial base within the City of Cedar Falls caused the city’s sewer system to
Kempton Bridge & NW 66th Avenue
Flood Damage & Traffic Volume Lead to New Bridge Located in central Polk County, Kempton Bridge was originally built in
Oralabor Gateway Trail
Later renamed the Oralabor Gateway Trail, the Neal Smith to Ankeny Trail connects the City of Ankeny to the existing
Survey & Conceptual Layout of Utilities & Streets: Tom Hanafan
The City of Council Bluffs initiated a study and park planning process for the development of the riverfront and adjacent
Trailhead Master Plan: Bondurant Trailhead Park
The park site is situated on an abandoned railroad corridor nestled between Main and Grant Street in the heart of Bondurant. It
Improved Water Quality Leads to Secondary Drinking Water Source: Ada
Ada Hayden Heritage Park is a 430-acre site including two lakes with an approximate surface area of 125-acres. The lakes are
National Guard Campus Rehab
The Pool Pavilion Complex rehabilitation from a swimming and training facility to a multi-functional campus aimed to preserve historically significant
Walnut Creek WMA: A Holistic Approach to Watershed Management
The Walnut Creek Watershed is one of the most critical watersheds in Iowa. The creek, along with its numerous tributaries,
Multipurpose Athletic Facilities Master Plan: Indianola Community
Developing Multipurpose Community Athletic Facilities To better serve the athletic facility needs of the Indianola School District and the Indianola
Williams Stadium Improvements
Snyder & Associates has provided services to Grand View University since 1998. On-campus athletic facility improvements have included collegiate baseball,
Ames Stadium Turf Replacement
Snyder & Associates worked with Benjamin Design Collaborative, P.C. and the Ames Community School District on campus athletic facility improvements that included:
East Manawa Drive Trail
The East Manawa Drive Trail involved situating a recreational trail within a narrow corridor of right-of-way with a minimal constructible area.
WRA Four Mile Interceptor
The Four Mile Sewer Interceptor project extended from the Wastewater Treatment Facility to the constructed Four Mile Interceptor Extension project at
Full-Scale Reverse Osmosis Treatment System Expansion Improves: Panora Water Treatment
Source Water Characteristics Prompt Water Study Utilizing a surface water treatment facility, the City of Panora, Iowa treats challenging source
UNI Hudson Road Overpass
Snyder & Associates and subsidiary Shuck-Britson provided structural design services on the rehabilitation of a 90 by 11-foot steel beam pedestrian
High Trestle Trail
Repurposing a Railroad Bridge for a Multi-use Trail This 10-foot-wide, 25-mile-long trail connects five cities across four counties along a rail-banked
SW Irvinedale Drive
On January 10, 2012, the Iowa Transportation Commission approved a Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) grant application submitted by the
Aesthetic Bridge Design Adds Appeal to Interstate 35 & Iowa
Interchange Bridge Project Adds Final Piece to Beltway Puzzle One of the final features to be constructed as part of
Devastating Flood Damage Leads to Interstate 680 Emergency Roadway Repair
Spring Flooding Causes Severe Roadway Damage Interstate 680 is an important traffic corridor located north of Council Bluffs, Iowa. A key
Roadway Improvements Upgrade Multimodal Hub: Iowa State University/Morrill Road
College Campus Roadway Reconstruction Improves Access Morrill Road is a one-way street that winds through the Iowa State University central
Gay Lea Wilson Trail – Polk Co.
Constructed in 2013, the Polk County segment of the Gay Lea Wilson Trail extended the existing recreational trail north along
Rails-to-Trails: Raccoon River Valley Trail Design
One of the Longest Paved, Recreational Trail Loops in the Nation This rails-to-trails project involved a 35-mile trail extension of
Prairie Ridge Redevelopment
The City of Huxley had a large amount of tax increment financing funds that were generated by residential developments which could
On-Call Statewide Traffic & Safety Engineering
Since 1993, Snyder & Associates has provided on-call traffic and safety engineering services to the Iowa DOT and local agencies
Guided by Context-Sensitive Solutions, Street Upgrades in the City of
New Roadway Design Creates Better Access to Ankeny Schools The City of Ankeny partnered with Snyder & Associates to design
Public Plaza Design Incorporates Environmental Benefits: Prairie Heritage Civic Plaza
Creating a Civic Park in Altoona Snyder & Associates began the initial planning for the 8th Street Corridor Master Plan
Comprehensive Development Plan: City of Indianola
Comprehensive Plan Focuses on Residential & Commercial Growth Indianola is located only 17-miles south of the city of Des Moines,
Infrastructure Reconstruction: Council Bluffs South 1st Street
The South 1st Street reconstruction is part of a multi-phase project on the eastern side of Council Bluffs, IA to
Winterset Streetscape Design
Phased Streetscape Construction Ensures Business Access This project began as a utility project to replace aging street lighting, traffic signals,
Urban Site Development Design: Wellmark YMCA
Snyder & Associates provided the urban site design and construction services for the development of the downtown Des Moines YMCA. The
Train running on tracks underneath a highway overpass in Jefferson Iowa.
Grade Separation Reduces Delays, Improves Safety, and Lays Groundwork for
Improved Traffic Flow Results from Grade Separation Situated in west-central Iowa, the City of Jefferson is the embodiment of a
Marketing Campaign for Community Growth: Fort Dodge
Snyder & Associates worked on a marketing campaign for the City of Fort Dodge.  The campaign demonstrated how the future
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