Marshfield MO Interchange with Roundabouts Aerial Drone Image

Marshfield MO Interchange with Roundabouts Aerial Drone Image

Marshfield MO Interchange with Roundabouts Aerial Drone Image


Providing Critical Interstate Access

I-44 Interchange Improvements

City of Marshfield, MO

The importance of another access point with I-44 in Marshfield, MO has been a priority for the community for over 50 years. The population of Marshfield, MO had almost doubled since the 1980’s and recent industrial development had heightened the need for a long-term solution and additional interstate access. The City’s investment in the interchange project provided increased connectivity, congestion relief, economic growth, and safety to the citizens of Marshfield and Webster County.


The interchange required a solution that would facilitate the growing residential demand and accommodate the City’s vision for future economic development. Multiple alternative solutions were evaluated; each solution had to accommodate future traffic demand and reduce the overall footprint to maximize future land-use benefits. The chosen solution also accommodated Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) future expansion needs on I-44 and considered maintenance costs associated with the interchange improvements.


Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) evaluated long-term, economic development impacts and determined the surrounding area provided the best solution for future development. For that reason, it was imperative to develop an interchange that not only enhanced mobility, but also minimized the footprint to protect the surrounding land for future development. Our team provided the City with a collaboration of trusted advisers that ensured solutions aligned with efforts to develop a holistic strategy that incorporated sustainable financial revenue.


Citizens were engaged during the process and voiced their support through the transportation sales tax initiative passed in 2016. CMT understands the importance of maintaining positive momentum and deployed a community engagement plan that incorporated the vision of the community into the design.  The emphasis on transportation design making and stakeholder engagement was a true reflection of the community’s motto of “Building Community Together.”

Project Contact(s)

Stephen Prange, PE, Brian Eads, PE, PTOE, Heather Lacey, PMP

Project Service(s)

  • Construction Administration
  • Design and Construction Engineering
  • Economic Development
  • Electrical
  • Environmental Services
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Funding Assistance
  • Integrated Master Planning
  • Interchange Justification
  • Land Acquisition
  • Land Surveys
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Lighting Design
  • Multi-Use Pedestrian Facility Design
  • Noise and Air Quality Studies, Modeling and Management
  • Planning
  • Practical Design
  • Program Development
  • Permitting, Regulatory Coordination and Compliance
  • Roadway Design
  • Sewer Coordination
  • Stormwater Management
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
  • Structural Engineering
  • Sustainable Design
  • Traffic Studies, Management and Design
  • Utility Coordination
  • Wetlands