From Belowground Up

Kansas City is promoting economic growth by building a new sewer line through 13,000 acres of underdeveloped prime real estate.
From Belowground Up
Workers from Kissick Construction prepare the ground for a section of HOBAS pipe at the Second Creek Interceptor project located at NW 108th Street and Green Hills Road in Kansas City, Mo. (Photography by Denny Medley)

The City of Kansas City, Mo., has long had its eye on developing the Northland, an area located north of the Missouri River. The city’s ambitious First and Second Creek Sewer Expansion Project is a $45 million investment in an area that is expected to attract hundreds of...

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