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.
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.
The Line DT3 Replacement Project was an integrity related construction project to replace a pipeline segment code named DT3. CobbFendley was retained to perform engineering, design and construction management for the replacement of a 24-inch natural gas pipeline with associated facilities as part of client’s gas transmission pipeline integrity management program.
CobbFendley is the District Engineer for Southern Montgomery Country Municipal Utility District (SMCMUD) and is responsible for the design of new infrastructure and rehabilitation projects, review of numerous development plans, general district engineering, attendance at monthly board meetings, and preparing bond applications for funding. As District Engineer, we work closely with the operator, attorney, and bookeeper on district projects.
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.