CobbFendley was responsible for design services and construction administration of the Main Street WWTP Improvements in Seabrook, Texas.
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 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.
CobbFendley was asked by our client-base to perform various structural conditions assessments of bridges and piers that were potentially affected by Hurricane Harvey.
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.
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.