CobbFendley has worked with the City of Grand Prairie for over eight years on drainage, erosion control, and bridge rehabilitation projects.
CobbFendley provided the design and construction of a new 65-acre sports complex in Pearland, Texas.
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 provided civil site design services for the proposed development of student housing and parking facilities for a 7.1 acre tract on the Texas A&M University-Texarkana campus in coordination with the Owner’s Architect (Tittle Luther).
CobbFendley provided detailed channel, bridge, roadway design, bid and construction phase services for this Flood Control project for Bexar County.
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 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.