Civil Engineering Consultants

Hospitality & Recreation

The hectic pace of modern life has created a desire by the populace to find time to spend away from the frantic speed of the workplace. Thus was born the concept of theme parks and other facilities to give people an alternative to the family picnic at the city park.
San Antonio has attracted both Sea World and Fiesta Texas as well as the continued redevelopment of downtown San Antonio centered around the San Antonio Riverwalk. CEC has been a member of the teams of architects and engineers to keep the improvements required on these facilities to continuously attract both residents and visitors to the City.

CEC provided the surveying, platting, and site engineering for three phases of this project. The project is centered on the homestead of John Harrison who was an early settler in northern Bexar County and operated an early stage line. The homestead is located on the bank of the Cibolo Creek

This project consisted of the development of a county park.  CEC prepared exhibits and conducted public meetings for this project. Then a schematic design was developed based on comments received during the meetings.  The park includes hiking trails, parking areas, picnic structures, a pavilion, restroom, entrance gate, and an overlook

In 2005, the voters of Brazos County approved bonds for the construction of the Brazos County Exposition Center. This facility encompasses a 128-acre site consisting of 3 open-air arenas, 2 pavilions and a 76,000 square foot indoor exhibit hall. The Expo Center has been hugely successful and has opened a

CEC provided the civil engineering services required for the preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E) for the construction of the new Laredo Ballpark Stadium. The new $17,000,000 facility encompasses approximately 25 acres located near the Laredo Energy Arena and has a seating capacity of 4,000 seats. Our services included

This project included the site/civil design and construction of LISD’s new sports complex located within the LISD’s Martin High School Campus. The project consisted of demolishing the existing stadium constructed in 1937 and rebuilding a new $12,000,000 facility. The sports complex  includes a new state of the art stadium equipped

The San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of Texas’ premier annual events that has the primary purposes of promoting youth development through judging, competitions and the livestock auction while celebrating Texas’ heritage.  The Equestrian Complex is the center for these activities and consists of a show pavilion with