CobbFendley was responsible for the pipe bursting approximately 7,000 linear feet of 12” sanitary sewer gravity main along Todville Road from East Meyer Avenue to Brummerhop Street.
CobbFendley assisted the design engineer for this $14.1 million bridge reclamation and drainage project in New Mexico.
CobbFendley served as lead design engineer for this intersection improvements project providing roadway design, signing and pavement marking, traffic control, and bid and construction phase services.
CobbFendley provided Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services for improvements the City of Round Rock’s Brushy Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.
CobbFendley provided utility engineering and PS&E development to improve US 83 in Starr County from a 2-lane to a 4-lane divided highway.
CobbFendley is the lead design firm for the planning, surveying, design and construction of approximately 17,500 linear feet of 6-foot wide sidewalks in downtown New Braunfels.
CobbFendley has worked with the City of Grand Prairie for over eight years on drainage, erosion control, and bridge rehabilitation projects.
CobbFendley is currently under contract with the City of Fort Worth to develop access management concepts along University Drive from Chisholm Trail Parkway to Clear Fork Trinity River Bridge.
CobbFendley works with the City of New Mexico to improve Bernalillo’s Downtown Rail Runner Station.
The El Paso Water Utilities – Public Service Board (EPWater) selected CobbFendley to provide services required for the acquisition of right-of-way (easements) for an 81-mile pipeline in El Paso.