The Texas Department of Transportation’s Pharr District requested the setting of 150 deep-set control monuments throughout the eight county district area. 5/8” stainless steel rods were driven to refusal (varying in depth from 8 feet to 24 feet).
CobbFendley performed GPS static and RTK to create a horizontal and vertical control network for use in aerial mapping.
CobbFendley is currently providing professional land surveying and civil site engineering services for the 24-acre Regent Square development on four city blocks located along Dallas Street west of downtown Houston, Texas. The multi-use development will include major office, retail, restaurant, multi-family, and entertainment components and will be a major destination in the inner city area.
The North Tarrant Express (NTE) is a public-private partnership to improve mobility along SH 121/183, IH 820, and IH 35W through the reconstruction of existing lanes, addition of frontage roads, and addition of managed toll lanes. As the Right-of-Way consultant for Segment 1, CobbFendley was responsible for the acquisition of 115 parcels along IH 820 from the SH 121/183 split to IH 35W.
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 provided professional engineering services and assisted in the planning, permit coordination, engineering, and design of 4.2 miles of 8-inch high-pressure pipeline to provide natural gas to a power plant in Galveston, Texas.
CobbFendley is designing 2.75 miles of wastewater interceptor along Woman Hollering Creek.
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.