Private Construction Projects
    Private Construction Projects
    Below are links to information regarding some of the more prominent private construction projects occurring in the City of Shawnee. These links are made available as a courtesy to citizens and are updated as the City receives relevant information.

    Private Construction Projects

    Project NameStatusUpdated
    Prairie Pine Townhomes (K-7 & 55th Street)Construction 02/22/2017
    Fairfield Inn and Comfort Inn HotelsConstruction 02/22/2017
    Rieke Construction Office BuildingDesign 02/14/2017
    Benninghoven Elementary SchoolConstruction 02/22/2017
    CityWide Electric BuildingConstruction 02/22/2017
    Discount TireConstruction 02/22/2017
    Federated Rural Electric Insurance ExchangeConstruction 02/22/2017
    Murphy Oil ExpressConstruction 02/14/2017
    Quik Trip #264Design 02/14/2017
    Centra Care - ShawneeConstruction 02/22/2017
    Dance ExpressionsDesign 02/14/2017
    Premier FoundationsDesign 02/14/2017
    Stag's CreekConstruction 02/23/2017
    O'Reilly Auto PartsDesign 02/14/2017
    Dollar Tree StoreConstruction 02/22/2017
    Neighbor's Construction OfficeDesign 02/14/2017
    B & B Theater RemodelConstruction 02/23/2017
    Johnson County Monticello Branch LibraryConstruction 02/23/2017
    Shawnee Small HospitalDesign 02/14/2017
    Raising Cane's RestaurantConstruction 02/23/2017
    St. Joseph Church Building AdditionDesign 02/14/2017
    Attic Storage of ShawneeDesign 02/14/2017
    Fit Joint & Muscle ClinicDesign 02/14/2017
    Andy's Frozen CustardDesign 02/14/2017
    Johnson County VA ClinicDesign 02/14/2017
    Vision Care Eye ClinicDesign 02/14/2017
    Wendy's On RennerDesign 02/14/2017

    Interactive Map of City and Private Construction Projects

    Shawnee Landing Project
    In 2014, the City spent several months examining the possibility of a new retail development project at the southwest corner of Shawnee Mission Parkway and Maurer.

    On March 5, 2015, the City was contacted by representatives of the project developer, SMPW Fund I, LLC, who informed city officials that they would not be moving forward with the project due to a variety of challenges, including scheduling and funding.

    More information about the proposed project.