In order to alleviate traffic congestion through Utah’s rapidly growing Silicon Slopes area, UDOT allocated $450 million to improve a section of I-15, also known as the Tech Corridor.
CobbFendley works with the City of Phoenix Water Services Department in a series of capital improvements to distribution mains.
CobbFendley is currently designing 10,500 linear feet of four-lane divided (ultimately six-lane divided) major arterial roadway from East 1st Street to Frontier Parkway.
CobbFendley provided the design and construction of a new 65-acre sports complex in Pearland, Texas.
CobbFendley worked with the City of Pearland to develope fiber-optic network plans to connect various City-owned and maintained equipment and facilities.
This CobbFendley project in Harris County involved widening the Bayou bottom width has been “in the books” for many years pending funding until 2017 when Congress signed a Bi-Partisan Bill in response to Disaster Recovery Relief for Hurricane Harvey.
CobbFendley worked with the city of Lubbock to develop a corridor that meets future transportation needs.
CobbFendley provided engineering design services for the 380-lot, single family subdivision located in Baytown, Texas. To date, 230 residential lots have been constructed with the remaining 150 lots currently under construction.
CobbFendley provided the engineering, design and construction management services for relocating the existing “Line F” gas pipeline. The existing pipe had to be relocated to allow for the Highway I-35N widening project in Denton, County, Texas.
CobbFendley was asked by our client-base to perform various structural conditions assessments of bridges and piers that were potentially affected by Hurricane Harvey.