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).
Grand Parkway, or State Highway 99, is a $1.04 billion public-private partnership to design-build-maintain-operate 37 miles of roadway north of Houston. As the Right-of-Way consultant, CobbFendley was responsible for the acquisition of 280 parcels and easements.
CobbFendley led the Utility Design, Utility Coordination and Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) efforts for the LBJ Managed Lanes project, which was implemented to relieve severe congestion on 13.3 miles of IH 635 (LBJ) from just west of IH 35E to just east of US 75.
CobbFendley is part of the Downtown Gateway Partner’s Team, providing Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), Surveying, Utility Coordination and Joint-Bid Utility Design Services for the proposed expansion of the existing CapMetro Downtown Platform Station.
CobbFendley served as the lead design engineer relocating aerial utilities from existing poles to new underground locations for this high profile streetscape project in Houston.
CobbFendley is providing preliminary engineering services for developing a design schematic of this multilevel interchange project.
CobbFendley is responsible for the preparation of schematic, alignment alternatives, and environmental assessment documents for seven miles of US 281 from FM 490 to SH 186/FM 1017 in Hidalgo County, Texas.
CobbFendley was contracted by Pedernales Electric Cooperative to reconfigure the overhead electric distribution system at IH 35 and Posey Road due to a TxDOT roadway reconfiguration project.
CobbFendley was responsible for subsurface utility project management for this project, providing both utility designation (Quality Level B) and vacuum excavation test holes (Quality Level A).
CobbFendley oversaw the coordination and design efforts to relocate 28 utility companies (both public and private) along 8.5 miles of IH 15 — a project nicknamed “The Point” because of its location.