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CEC's Response to COVID-19

March 2020

 
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Mary Stewart becomes shareholder

September 2019

CEC has promoted Mary Stewart to shareholder. Her 13 years of engineering experience includes a wide range of projects in commercial and residential land development. Notable projects include the VIA Brooks Transit Center and the Ridge at Bandera subdivision in Helotes. She is the Vice Chair of the San Antonio Chapter of the ACE Mentoring Program leading high school students interested in pursuing a higher education in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries.

 
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CEC welcomes Danny Davis

June 2019

CEC is pleased to welcome Daniel Davis, R.P.L.S, CFM as a Project Manager in our Survey Division. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Agronomy from Texas A&M University. Mr. Davis’ sixteen years of involvement in land surveying has provided him with valuable experience in multiple aspects of the discipline. His career has taken him from a member of a field crew to conducting boundary surveys of 25,000+ acres in South Texas and setting points for a multi-million-dollar development project. His expertise includes topographic surveying, route and boundary surveys, construction layout and staking, ALTA surveys, subdivision plats, Texas Railroad Commission permit plats, oil and gas easements, TxDOT crossing permits, and FEMA Elevation Certificates.

 
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Bryan/College Station Office has moved

September 2018

CEC is proud to announce that due to our remarkable growth, our Bryan/College Station team has moved to a new location at 1555 Greens Prairie Road West in College Station. We are excited about the new location as the start of another chapter in CEC’s history. The new offices are an open, collaborative space allowing for a better work environment for current and future staff and the opportunity for company expansion. We believe that our growth is a result of our emphasis on the quality customer service we strive to provide. As always, CEC remains committed to proving the same professional civil engineering and surveying services.

 
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San Antonio's fastest-growing private companies

July 2018

CEC was recently named one of the 50 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in San Antonio by the San Antonio Business Journal.  We ranked 24th, and increased our revenue growth 51% from 2015 to 2017.  We are extremely excited to receive this honor and look forward to continued growth.  Congratulations to all 50 companies honored, and thank you to the San Antonio Business Journal!

 
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CEC in the News - City approves funding for Harry Wurzbach Road at Austin Highway

June 2017

San Antonio City Council approved the Harry Wurzbach at Austin Highway project on June 9, 2017 that will help relieve traffic on the Northeast Side. Longtime trouble spot at Harry Wurzbach Road and Austin Highway should be fixed by 2020. Plans include significantly improving traffic flow and safety in the area. A “single point urban interchange,” or SPUI, will allow drivers to travel between the streets using four ramps that will come off and on Harry Wurzbach Road. The new intersection will be controlled by one overhead traffic signal. The project is funded by a partnership between the Texas Department of Transportation, the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and the City of San Antonio. http://www.ksat.com/traffic/improvements-coming-to-ne-side-intersection

 
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2017 ACE-ENR Outstanding Mentor

April 2017

Mary Stewart, PE, CFM was chosen as a 2017 ACE-ENR OUTSTANDING MENTOR.  A jury selected five exceptional mentors as 2017 ENR—ACE Outstanding Mentors among 22 nominations. Their contributions to students, fellow mentors, and affiliates epitomize the dedication and effectiveness of ACE’s mentors. The award will be formally presented on Monday, April 24, in Washington, DC.

 

 
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CEC Announces New Hire

February 2017

Roger Durden, PE became Bryan/College Station Division Manager on January 16, 2017. Roger brings over 30 years of experience managing civil engineering projects across Texas. After graduating from Texas A&M in 1985, his primary experience has been in land development related to residential, commercial, and retail projects coupled with preparation of master plan studies for airports and design and plan preparation of water, wastewater, and drainage systems for private and public clients.

 
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CEC Announces New Hire

December 2016

Ruben Guerrero, PE joined CEC as a Senior Project Manager for the Infrastructure Division.  He is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.  His career spans 26 years in the civil engineering field, including 10 years as City of San Antonio Assistant City Engineer.  He was involved in managing the City of San Antonio 2007 and 2012 Bond Programs, Storm Water Revenue Bond, and many Federally Funded programs, as well as TxDOT and Caltrans projects.

 
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Completion of Hausman Road Project

November 2016

San Antonio celebrated the completion of Hausman Road at a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 14, 2016.  This $74M endeavor is the City of San Antonio’s first design-build road improvement project and is the largest road improvements project approved by voters in the 2012 City Bond Program.

 

The project has converted 3.4 miles of two-lane road to a four-lane road with median.  The design created an innovative “complete street” concept by including pedestrian and bicycle facilities, landscaping, public art, and low impact development elements. As a subconsultant to Sundt Construction, CEC provided surveying services; traffic engineering studies; schematic design; and design of utilities, roadway, signals, shared used path, and ADA elements.

 

This roadway is considered a transformation project for District 8, as well as the City.  Hausman Road connects communities; balances the needs of different modes of transportation; promotes healthy living; connects to the Leon Creek Greenway, Fox Park and Bonnie Conner Park; and benefits the natural environment through the Low Impact Development Features.  This project can serve as a model for future roadway expansion projects in the City.