In 2014, in response to new discharge permit constraints issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the City of League City was informed that the outfall for the effluent line for the Dallas Salmon Wastewater Treatment Plant (DSWWTP) would need to be moved from its existing location. Due to updated copper and zinc discharge limits, the outfall would need to be moved further downstream, requiring the City to build an entirely new effluent line and outfall location.
American Airlines is building a new five-building office complex on their 300-acre campus off Trinity Boulevard in Fort Worth. The new buildings are expected to house more than 7,000 administrative employees. The campus is slated to be complete by summer of 2019 and American Airlines is targeting a LEED Gold certification.
On Memorial Day 2015, the City of Sugar Land experienced record rainfall resulting in reports of structural, near structural, and street flooding throughout the City. As part of their 2016-2020 Capital Improvements Program, the City prioritized an analysis of the Memorial Day Flood Event.
The Houston Bike Plan was adopted by City Council in 2017, with a stated vision to make a safer, more accessible, gold level bike-friendly City by 2027. The Plan aims to improve safety, increase access, and develop and maintain bicycle facilities throughout Houston.
Alta Trinity Green is a five-story, 324-unit multi-family development situated around a one-acre park. These modern luxury residences are a part of the Trinity Green development located in the West Dallas Trinity Groves neighborhood. The proximity to the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge provides an unparalleled view as well as easy access to Downtown Dallas.
The Standard at Austin is a 17-story student housing apartment complex for The University of Texas at Austin. Once complete, the complex will accommodate 1,000 residents and have a significant retail presence on the ground floor. The development is under the university neighborhood overlay, which allows for more density in the City.
In 2017, the City of Rosenberg commissioned a study to assess the potential for corrosion in its pipe network before introducing treated surface water from an alternate source. The City was concerned that the 70 miles out of their 200-mile pipe network made up of iron, galvanized steel, and copper pipes, would be susceptible to corrosion due to differences in water quality. To provide for the health and safety as well as the sustainability of the City’s water system, Jones|Carter completed a pipe loop test, a system-wide flushing plan, a nitrification action plan, and conducted consumer taste tests.
The City of Roanoke is located north of Fort Worth in Denton County. Over the last several years, Roanoke has experienced increases in their population and tax base, which has spurred an interest in redeveloping Downtown Roanoke. To provide the desired vehicle and pedestrian mobility for local business and festival activities, the City identified that significant updates were needed along Lamar Street and Bowie Street.
Bexar County Public Works Facility Client: Marmon Mok Services: Site Development, Surveying, Permitting Location: San Antonio, Texas Bexar County Public Works Facility is a 35,000 square foot office building near Concepcion Park along the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River. While utilizing low impact design, energy conservation, and green initiatives, the new facility … Continue reading Bexar County Public Works Facility – San Antonio, TX, Central Texas Area
Northshore is a 38-story, mixed-use tower consisting of 439 apartments, 24,000+ square feet of office space, and 28,000+ square feet of restaurant and retail space. Located in the Green Water Redevelopment, Northshore is ideally located with proximity to downtown and access to Austin’s hike and bike trail.