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The Tomahawk Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility, located at 10701 Lee Boulevard in Leawood, Kansas treats wastewater from the Tomahawk Creek watershed, the Indian Creek watershed downstream of the Douglas L. Smith Middle Basin WWTF (Lower Indian Creek), and the Dykes Branch sub-watershed. It currently treats 7 million gallons per day, which is 40 percent of the wastewater collected from parts of Leawood, Olathe, Overland Park, and Prairie Village.
Award of the construction contract will occur in mid-2018, following the Kansas Department of Health and Environment's approval of final design documents. Work at the treatment facility is expected to be completed by the end of 2021.
Kiewit is currently pursuing the contract to serve as Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) with Johnson County Wastewater and is seeking firms to work collaboratively on the project.
The Tomahawk Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements Project consists of:
Kiewit encourages all subcontracting or supply firms to participate with specific focus on local firms. All firms should register to receive additional information about the following scopes of supply and subcontracting services: