CobbFendley is the lead design firm for the preparation of plans, specifications and estimates for approximately 6,800 linear feet of roadway improvements in New Braunfels, Texas.
CobbFendley provided design services required for the preparation of PS&E and related documents for the widening of FM 1516 from two lanes to four lanes of FM 1516 from SH 78 to FM 1976 (0.76 miles).
CobbFendley performed engineering services for this transportation project, which included design of the final segment of the six-lane Legacy Drive arterial corridor in Frisco, Texas.
CobbFendley served as lead design engineer for this intersection improvements project providing roadway design, signing and pavement marking, traffic control, and bid and construction phase services.
CobbFendley is currently under contract with the City of Fort Worth to develop access management concepts along University Drive from Chisholm Trail Parkway to Clear Fork Trinity River Bridge.
CobbFendley is currently designing 10,500 linear feet of four-lane divided (ultimately six-lane divided) major arterial roadway from East 1st Street to Frontier Parkway.
CobbFendley worked with the City of Pearland to develope fiber-optic network plans to connect various City-owned and maintained equipment and facilities.
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 performed a signal design for the intersection of Bellaire Boulevard at Fondren Road located in Houston, Texas.
CobbFendley performed the Pearland Parkway Corridor Study which received the 2015 WTS Innovative Transportation Solutions Award. During this study, CobbFendley performed a corridor study for Pearland Parkway from Farm‐to‐Market Road 518 to the Sam Houston Tollway.