Sunday, February 27, 2011

NEID Sewer Improvements

Matt Schultze, P.E. from Black & Veatch, returns to "Building Kansas City" to discuss the improvements to the combined sewer system in the Northeast Industrial District. The plans include a zone of green solutions in the NE section of downtown KC and a sewer separation along Chouteau Traffficway north of Front St. View the detailed plan here. Listen to the podcast.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Engineers' Week

18 Broadway

Chris Devolder from 360° Architecture joined the show to discuss the stormwater treatment plans, the garden, the stewardship and the neighborhood impact that the 18th & Broadway development is having on the west edge of the Crossroads District of KCMO. Listen to the podcast.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Turkey Creek Sewer Improvements

Matt Schulze, P.E. from Black & Veatch shared the plans for the combined sewer improvements in the downtown Turkey Creek drainage basin. This drainage area includes most of Kansas City's downtown, is bounded on the north by the Missouri River, and by the Kansas River on the west. The drainage basin goes as far south as Union Station, and, of course, includes Southwest Boulevard. Read more about the details of the plan here. Listen to the podcast.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

"Oh, what a lovely war"

UMKC Theatre, in collaboration with the Kansas City Actors Theatre (KCAT) and the National World War I Museum, will present Oh What a Lovely War from February 11 through 27 at the Museum, located at Liberty Memorial.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Call-in show with Tom Kimes

Tom Kimes, P.E. from HDR, and who is an adjunct instructor at UMKC joins Dr. Deb to discuss Liberty Memorial, engineering education, and answer your calls. Listen to the podcast.