Civil Engineering Consultants

Industrial

The Industrial Revolution that occurred from the 1750′s to 1850′s in England had a profound effect on the social, economic and cultural conditions of the times that subsequently spread throughout Western Europe, North America, Japan, and eventually the rest of the world. Since then, the development of appropriate facilities to support this change has been growing.
 
As time has passed, CEC has collaborated with the developers to make their projects more attractive and ecologically functional. This design philosophy increases the value of the properties as well as making the owners better stewards and better neighbors to the surrounding neighborhoods. A recent example is our award-winning design of the Union Pacific Railroad Intermodal Yard in southwest San Antonio.

The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Operation Center Project consists of the development of two separate operation center campuses on the West and North side of San Antonio. CEC was a subconsultant for this design/build project performing civil site work on both locations. These two new sites will provide centralized

Located at the intersection of Schertz Parkway and Lookout Road, this 620,000 square foot distribution center was built over 90 acres. Design included visitor/staff parking consisting of 35 acres of pavement, trailer parking, fuel islands and maintenance building.  CEC provided boundary and topographic surveying.  CEC prepared the construction plans for

CEC served as the civil engineering subconsultants to construct a new Central Utility Plant to serve Terminals A and B and future Terminal C by the Construction Manager at Risk. This project included the demolition and replacement of 1,100 square yards of concrete apron, 320 linear feet of underground electrical

As part of a design-build team, CEC is providing surveying and site design services associated with the construction of a new 139,000 sf aircraft hanger for San Antonio Aerospace.  CEC’s services included the preparation of site dimensional plans, site grading plans, and utility relocation and/or adjustment plans.

CEC served as the engineering subconsultant to the 4M Properties Team that recently won the 2008 Best Industrial Development Award, San Antonio Business Journal’s Best in Commercial Real Estate, for the Union Pacific Intermodal Terminal Project. The project included a 1.5-mile-long yard capable of serving four trains simultaneously with enough

Project involves the design and final plan preparation for this design-build project consisting of a 50-acre development with site grading, access road and new water, gas and sanitary sewer mains as well as electric and communication duct banks in Fort Hood, TX.  CEC is responsible for overseeing the design of the