Built in 1925, the Green Water Treatment Plant was Austin’s first water treatment plant. The plant was decommissioned in 2008 and subsequently demolished in 2010 creating a nearly 2M+ SF plot for redevelopment in prime downtown Austin. The overall plans for the aptly renamed Greenwater Redevelopment project include up to 1.7M SF of mixed-use projects undertaken by several owner/development teams.
Jones|Carter was selected by TxDOT to plan and design improvements to US 69—the Big Thicket National Preserve Parkway. This signature corridor spans the Beaumont and Lufkin TxDOT Districts. J|C is the prime consultant for the first 12.3-mile roadway segment.
J|C will be leading the widening and expansion of FM 70/SH 286 through Nueces County. The project limits are from US 77 to SH 286 covering more than 20 miles on FM 70 and approximately 4 miles along SH 286. Both roads are part of the Texas Historical Commission’s Texas Tropical Trail.
J|C will be providing traffic engineering services for a statewide indefinite deliverable contract for the Texas Department of Transportation.
For both of these projects, J|C assisted with the letting process from advertising, opening, evaluation, and recommendation. J|C worked with Caldwell County to ensure the LGPP process was followed.
J|C designed a new location roadway between Cedar Lane and Telge Road in Harris County Precinct 4. The project was an approximately 5,800 foot long, 28-foot wide roadway with open ditch stormwater conveyance within the Willow Creek Floodplain and Floodway.
Jones|Carter has helped to establish the cell phone tower network throughout Texas. We have provided a wide-range of services for over 1,300 Verizon tower sites, and over 60 sites each for T-mobile, AT&T, and Sprint along with independent tower companies, making us one of the most knowledgeable and oft-requested surveyors in the state of Texas.
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 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 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.