Royal Brook at Kingwood Subdivision and West Lake Houston Parkway Extension
CobbFendley provided engineering design services including a drainage impact analysis, master drainage plan, and construction plans serving the Royal Brook at Kingwood Subdivision, a proposed 342-acre single-family development located within the City of Houston. Elements of this study included existing condition hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, proposed condition analysis, design and analysis of two proposed detention facilities, as well as the design and analysis of multiple roadway channel crossings within the development including a bridge crossing, two pre-fabricated Conspan arch culvert crossings and a 5- 6’x5’ RCB crossing.
CobbFendley was responsible for the initial clearing and layout of utilities and paving for six Phase I residential sections and 27 Phase II residential sections; design of a drainage system with regional detention pond, a wastewater collection system with a lift station, 10,000 linear feet of force main to serve the entire future development; and a reclamation plan for removing home areas from the FEMA Flood Plain under DPC reimbursement contracts with the City of Houston.
As part of the Royal Brook Landing Development, CobbFendley planned, designed and provided construction management for a two-mile extension of West Lake Houston Parkway, an esplanade boulevard with two precast arch-culvert bridges over Mills Branch Creek, a span bridge over Taylor Gulley (HCFCD) and pedestrian tunnel with through-traffic overpass to provide an extension of the Kingwood Green-belt Trail System.