Kansas City Smart Sewer Program

LMG Construction is proud to be a part of the Smart Sewer Program, an on-going infrastructure project in Kansas City Missouri. Led by Kansas City firm Burns & McDonnell,  Kansas City’s Smart Sewer Program is a $4 to $5 billion infrastructure project that is constructing hundreds of wastewater infrastructure projects between 2010 and 2035. It is the largest in Kansas City history.

In 2013, Smart Sewer University was launched as a joint venture between the city’s water and human relations department. The venture provides training and development to local business owners, minority contractors and city staff to develop skills necessary for each of the Smart Sewer Program’s projects.

Burns & McDonnell’s Community of Inclusion Awards recognized LMG Construction for work on the Smart Sewer Program.

LOCATION: Kansas City, Missouri


PROJECT OWNER: City of Kansas City, Missouri

SCOPE: This is an on-going project for LMG Construction.  The Smart Sewer Program, a large-scale initiative that manages more than 100 capital projects throughout 16 basins, covering 308 square miles of combined and separate sanitary sewer areas.

It is the first program in the nation to use green infrastructure and adaptive management techniques in reducing combined sewer overflows.

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