Maryland Heights Fire Protection District Headquarters Engine House One
Maryland Heights, MO
The Maryland Heights Fire Protection District Headquarters Engine House One project will include a complete state-of-the-art upgrade of the existing 22-year-old, 18,902-square-foot firehouse, located at 2600 Schuetz Road, plus a 2,112-square-foot living quarters addition and a 4,300-square-foot apparatus support addition on the east and north sides of the building. The new design includes more capacity for emergency equipment, improved operational areas, a severe weather safe room, living quarters that promote gender equity, dedicated decontamination area with specialized gear extractors to reduce the risk of firefighter cancer, and removal and replacement of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection components.
Saddle Creek Retention Treatment Basin
Part of the Clean Solutions for Omaha water quality program, the Saddle Creek Retention Treatment Basin is a 7.5-million-gallon sanitary sewage retention and treatment basin to serve wet weather flow exceeding the normal wastewater treatment facility (WWTF) capacity. KAI is providing overall construction management, administration and inspection services. Slated for a December 2022 completion, this $96M project will have a cast-in-place underground storage basin with an associated dewatering pump station.
The Prime Place at Wildwood Center
KAI did the design and construction for a luxury independent senior living facility called The Prime Place at Wildwood Center.
St. Louis, MO
KAI has been selected to provide General Contracting services for the TownePlace Suites by Marriott.
KAI is providing Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering Services as part of a five year on-call contract with Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport. KAI’s project responsibilities associated with this on-call ranges from the replacement of existing equipment, such as dock levelers, to Checked Baggage Inspection System replacement and integration. These systems are being integrated into existing infrastructure and facilities. As part of the integration, KAI works closely with the Architect, DFW and TSA to phase and sequence the work to eliminate disruption to airport operations.
The Katherine Ward Burg Garden
St. Louis, MO
The Great Rivers Greenway has selected KAI Build as the general contractor for The Katherine Ward Burg Garden project, the first step in a plan to redevelop the St. Louis City Riverfront in historic Laclede’s Landing. The urban park, planned for a half-acre vacant lot adjacent to Eads Bridge, memorializes local professional photographer Katherine Ward Burg who was known for taking pictures of many prominent St. Louisans and who loved the Mississippi River.
City of Olivette Community Center & City-Wide Park Improvements
St. Louis, MO
KAI Enterprises was selected by the City of Olivette to perform Design services for their Community Center & City-Wide Park Improvements. This project will improve the conditions of the community center and the city's parks to create an engaging, educational, and safe environment for everyone to enjoy.
Illinois American Water South Water Treatment Plant
As part of of a comprehensive plan to upgrade the local water system and meet future demand, KAI is working with Donahue Associates (project designer) for the design and construction management of a new Illinois American Water Company $24 million Water Treatment Plant in Lincoln, Illinois. The new replacement plant will increase system reliability and delivery capacity as well as better maintain water supply during an emergency.
Omaha Airport Authority, Eppley Airfield Terminal Modernization Program
KAI, in collaboration with Holder Construction Company and Corgan, is serving as the Associate Architect for the Terminal Renewal Program. The Omaha Airport Authority has entered a $500 Million rebuild and modernization program for OMA with design and construction slated to be complete within five years. KAI is serving a key role as the local onsite contact in Omaha in addition to supporting Corgan’s design efforts for the terminal renewal. KAI is also serving as the Architect of Record for the new Central Utility Plant that will provide heating and cooling for the entire airport.
L.G Pinkston High School
As part of Phase II of a 2015 Bond Issue, KAI was hired to provide MEP/FP services for a replacement of L.G. Pinkston High School for the Dallas ISD. This new $59 million school will be located on a new site to better serve a greater portion of the population. One goal for the new school is to have a career and technical education (CTE) component, allowing students to receive specialized training to prepare them for jobs after graduation.