Municipal & District Engineering

Among the offerings of the Municipal & District Engineering practice are general consultation, city engineering, planning, and program management/construction management support to MUDs, PUD’s, towns, cities, management districts, state agencies, and regional authorities. The practice provides smart solutions for both new construction and infrastructure improvement and regularly advises on operational issues, preventive maintenance, and capital improvements. The management of the public water supply, drainage, and sanitary sewer systems are rarely topics of conversation until one or all fail. It is the over-arching goal of the Municipal & District Engineering practice to recognize the complete system, propose solutions, and ensure it is operated and maintained in optimum condition for years to come.

Formed with the goal of providing comprehensive planning, design, funding services, and program and construction management, Jones|Carters’ Special District Division provides turnkey services to meet clients’ challenging needs. Our clients include tax increment reinvestment zones (TIRZ), management districts, redevelopment entities, and other organizations as they strive to better their communities through thoughtful planning, development, and redevelopment. We are experienced at sourcing state and federal funding, adept at urban planning, and are experts at engineering design including roadway, drainage, utilities, and sustainability. We put a personal face on bringing each client’s unique vision to life while changing the landscape of the communities we live in. Our Program Management team excels at helping clients develop and implement capital programs, while our Construction Management team adds value, pre-and post-construction.

The District Operations Division assists mature water districts generally comprised of resident board members. Our goal is to create consistency in management of water districts across the company and focus on developing long-term relationships with our clients and fellow consultants. Our vision is to educate and empower district engineers with the tools and expertise to provide effective, value-added solutions to water district clients, ensuring continued success in the industry.

The Municipal Services Division provides responsive and personalized general engineering and administrative services to cities, counties, levee districts, and other municipalities. We tailor our services to the individual needs of each client through value-added solutions that consider the big picture, and treat public funds like our own money. We pride ourselves on providing quality plans, specifications, and construction services that exceed our client’s rehabilitation, repair, reconstruction, and new construction needs for water, sewer, streets, and drainage projects. We realize that funding is a constant concern for municipalities, and are able to provide assistance with grants, rate analysis, capital improvement planning, public /private partnerships, and impact fees. Our attentive client managers stand ready to provide full-service engineering from concept to completion.

Google Data Center - Midlothian, TX - Dallas Area

The Google Data Center is a 260,000 square-foot facility on a 375-acre tract within Midlothian’s Railport Business Park. Jones|Carter was contracted by the Midlothian Development Authority to prepare civil design construction plans for the relocation of open channel drainage, the construction of an underground reinforced concrete box drainage system and sewer line.

Richland Hills Hike & Bike Trail Project - Richland Hills, TX - Dallas Fort Worth Area

Jones|Carter is providing engineering services for the development of an off-street and on-street bike and pedestrian facility design.  Services also include topographic surveys, environmental document/studies, acquisition of Oncor encroachment  agreement, as well as public input meetings and construction phase services for the project. 

Penberthy Road Extension - College Station, TX

Jones|Carter was the prime design consultant for the Penberthy extension from Luther Street to George Bush Drive (FM 2347). The scope included a 4-lane major collector roadway which transitioned to a 5-lane approach with a dedicated left turn lane at the intersection with FM 2347.

Railport Business Park - Midlothian, Texas - Dallas/Fort Worth Area

RailPort Business Park is a 1,700 acre development in Midlothian, Texas providing an optimum geographical position and amenities suited to large-scale distribution and manufacturing operations.

Western Power Sports - Midlothian, TX - Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Western Power Sports is a distributor of over 120,000 products including off-road and street motorcycles and ATV’s, as well as snowmobile and watercraft parts and accessories. The company wished to expand into additional southwest markets including Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas. For their new distribution center, the company selected a site within the Railport Business Park in Midlothian, Texas.

Bridgestone Municipal Utility District - Houston, TX

Over two decades working with Bridgestone MUD has garnered our team an innate understanding of how to solve some of their most challenging issues.

Greater Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority - Houston, TX

Jones|Carter serves as the program and construction manager for the Greater Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority’s capital program responsible for providing management of the Authority’s design consultants, as well as full time oversight of construction projects.

Bluejack National - Montgomery, TX - Houston Area

Bluejack is built on 755 acres in Montgomery, Texas just northwest of Houston. The private club, golf course, and residential community nestled in the pines hearkens back to the fishing camps and lodges of old, with all of the newest amenities.

Harvest - North Lake and Argyle, TX - Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Within the confines of Harvest are 13 different governmental entities with varying jurisdictional powers. Managing that process along with executing a Hillwood project following their Live Smart Principles, created geopolitical barriers that had to be overcome to create a “win-win” for all involved.

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