CobbFendley performed the Pearland Parkway Corridor Study which received the 2015 WTS Innovative Transportation Solutions Award. During this study, CobbFendley performed a corridor study for Pearland Parkway from Farm‐to‐Market Road 518 to the Sam Houston Tollway.
CobbFendley was contracted by Pedernales Electric Cooperative to reconfigure the overhead electric distribution system at IH 35 and Posey Road due to a TxDOT roadway reconfiguration project.
CobbFendley assisted Texas-New Mexico Power on the design of a new overhead feeder serving as a redundant circuit from the Cochise Substation 6.12 miles east to tie back into original distribution line in case of power outages and or fault current along main route.
CobbFendley was selected by AT&T Communications to perform pole loading analysis and pole attachment application submission to CPS Energy for over 3,000 attachment points throughout the City of San Antonio and the surrounding area.
The Texas Department of Transportation’s Pharr District requested the setting of 150 deep-set control monuments throughout the eight county district area. 5/8” stainless steel rods were driven to refusal (varying in depth from 8 feet to 24 feet).
CobbFendley performed GPS static and RTK to create a horizontal and vertical control network for use in aerial mapping.
CobbFendley was responsible for subsurface utility project management for this project, providing both utility designation (Quality Level B) and vacuum excavation test holes (Quality Level A).
CobbFendley is currently providing professional land surveying and civil site engineering services for the 24-acre Regent Square development on four city blocks located along Dallas Street west of downtown Houston, Texas. The multi-use development will include major office, retail, restaurant, multi-family, and entertainment components and will be a major destination in the inner city area.
CobbFendley provided civil site engineering services for the new FMC Technologies Headquarter Campus in Generation Park on a 77-acre portion of the overall 173-acre campus that included over 1,000,000 square feet of office/warehouse/manufacturing space.
The proposed Southwest Transmission Project spans 515 miles across New Mexico and Arizona, and will deliver wind energy generated in New Mexico to population centers in Arizona and California. Once completed, two 500 kV transmission lines will provide 3,000 MW of transfer capacity to western markets.