Fast-tracking the future

The projects steered by the Capital Improvement Management Office include the $835 million entertainment district, which stretches across seven square blocks and features movie theaters, live entertainment venues, corporate offices, and residential spaces.

When Kansas City's Capital Improvement Management Office launched, the partnership between city officials—such as city manager Wayne Cauthen, left, and private consultants including MWH Global project executive Mike Musgrave—openly shared with the public its plans to streamline capital project delivery. Photos: MWH

The $135 million expansion of Kansas City's Bartle Hall Convention Center is one of the many projects administered by the city's public-private management team.

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