CobbFendley is currently working with the City of Houston to develop and prioritize infrastructure projects to be recommended for the Five-Year CIP for nearly 20 independent Need Areas.
CobbFendley created detailed hydrologic and hydraulic models of the Stafford Run Creek watershed as it exists in the present day condition to provide a more accurate computation of the existing condition water surface elevations.
CobbFendley collaborated with the City to inventory and assess 90 bridge structures. Multiple meetings were held to determine the pertinent bridge structure characteristics that needed to be collected. Field engineers used tablets to access an interactive cloud-based GIS mapping solution built to collect bridge attributes.
Using ArcGIS Online and Collector for ArcGIS, CobbFendley built a mobile cloud pole collection application for the telecommunications field crew. As part of AT&T’s joint use pole agreement with El Paso Electric (EPE), telecommunications crew members were deployed to collect pole information across 13 El Paso AT&T wire centers.
The City of Seabrook, like many other municipalities across the nation, realized the advantages of having a Geographic Information System to warehouse large quantities of civic data. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have the unique ability to tie information together in a common system that can be shared not only throughout each city department, but also readily distributed to businesses and private citizens as needed.
CobbFendley provided engineering design services including a drainage impact analysis, master drainage plan, and construction plans serving the Royal Brook at Kingwood Subdivision, a proposed 342-acre single-family development located within the City of Houston.