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 was responsible for providing Utility Coordination and Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services for all non-City owned utilities (dry utilities) for the City of Cedar Park.
CobbFendley worked alongside NMDOT to alleviate traffic congestion in Rio Rancho on a portion of US 550 through Bernalillo, New Mexico.
CobbFendley assisted the design engineer for this $14.1 million bridge reclamation and drainage project in New Mexico.
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 provided utility engineering and PS&E development to improve US 83 in Starr County from a 2-lane to a 4-lane divided highway.
CobbFendley works with the City of New Mexico to improve Bernalillo’s Downtown Rail Runner Station.
In order to alleviate traffic congestion through Utah’s rapidly growing Silicon Slopes area, UDOT allocated $450 million to improve a section of I-15, also known as the Tech Corridor.
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.