CobbFendley performed design, bid, and construction phase services for 6,200 linear feet of 24-inch waterline along Weiss Lane, 2,600 linear feet of 12-inch waterline to access a new Pflugerville ISD High School, and 5,000 linear feet of 16-inch waterline relocation for Manville WSC.
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.
The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) is implementing Phase 1 of the Master Plans at both the Capitol Complex (CapCom) and the North Austin Complex (NAC). The TFC selected the CobbFendley team to provide professional engineering services as the Site Services Engineer (SSE) for the following projects.
CobbFendley provided detailed channel, bridge, roadway design, bid and construction phase services for this Flood Control project for Bexar County.
CobbFendley reconstructed 4,000 linear feet of roadway from an existing 2-lane to a 3-lane cross-section, including a phase utilizing in-situ rehabilitation. Construction of this project provided a beginning phase of critical transportation infrastructure projects for the City of Pflugerville and was executed in coordination with several adjacent projects.
CobbFendley serves as the City of Hunters Creek Village’s engineer on all street, drainage and floodplain management matters, and also leads design efforts associated with water and wastewater improvements for City projects.
CobbFendley is providing roadway design, surveying, and subsurface utility engineering (SUE) services to reconstruct and add two eastbound lanes to Town and Country Boulevard, an existing concrete street, from Legacy Drive to Spring Creek Parkway, approximately 4,300 linear feet in length.
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.