The Highway 370 corridor is a fast growing region of Sarpy County. However, development in the 400-acre Granite Falls area, north of Highway 370 was challenging due to lack of existing arterial streets and public infrastructure.
Working in conjunction with our client, BHI Development, the City of Papillion and Sarpy County, E&A designed three arterial roads, improvements to Highway 370, three creek crossing structures, an outfall sanitary sewer, water main extensions and coordinated with the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District regarding Dam Site #7. This facilitated the development of five subdivisions: Granite Falls, Granite Falls North, Granite Falls Commercial, Granite Lake and Kingsbury Hills Replat Two.
I have used E&A on numerous residential and commercial projects – some fairly complex, going back to the early 90’s. They always seem to have my best interests in mind in finding reasonable solutions to tough issues. They are consistently timely in their responses and keep an open line of communication with me, which I appreciate.
The Granite Falls development area offers 539 single family lots, 49 acres of commercial development, 15 acres of multi-family, a 41-acre middle school and a flood control dam all within the five subdivisions. The project included extensions of Lincoln Road, Cornhusker Road and Wittmus Drive; twin box culverts; sanitary outfall sewers and a 12” water main extension. Additionally, E&A worked on the design team for Dam Site #7 with responsibilities for survey, structural design, roadway and development coordination and designed the dam spillway, trails and recreational facilities for the flood control reservoir.
City of Papillion
Papillion La Vista School District
Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District
SID #300, 312, 315 and 317