Civil Engineering Consultants

Public Works & Infrastructure

Most citizens of our country will state that the quality of its infrastructure has a direct effect on their “Quality of Life”. Taxpayers are constantly telling their elected officials that their first job is to provide safe and efficient streets, drainage and utilities along with proper fire and police protection.
 
The first project that CEC designed was the construction of a street and drainage project for the City of San Antonio. Since 1983, infrastructure plan development has been a primary service that we provide. CEC still believes that it is an important part of making our communities safer and more efficient for vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians.

The VIA Transit Center project consists of performing a boundary survey, obtaining topographic survey data, subdivision platting and preparing civil construction plans for an approximate 6.4 acre bus transit center. The construction documents consisted of grading, drainage, utility and storm water pollution prevention plans. Additionally, after the plans were complete,

San Antonio Water System selected CEC to design new sanitary sewer lines for the 458 acre area bounded on the north by Stinson Municipal Airport, Roosevelt Avenue on the west, the Espada Acequia on the east and Loop 410 on the south. The area had been declared a “public health risk”

The City of Pleasanton selected CEC to provide engineering services to the City, and several of our assignments involved water and wastewater studies and improvements. Initially, to identify and rank potential water system improvements, CEC developed a preliminary water model for the city. This modeling effort was followed by a

This project consists of the development of a county park and reconstruction of an existing boat ramp.  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

Goliad Road Reconstruction from Pecan Valley to Southeast Military Drive was a project originally part of the 1994 Bond package passed by the City of San Antonio. In the preliminary engineering report, CEC noted that the budget did not provide funding for drainage improvements, noting that a dangerous flooding condition

The project included sanitary sewer rehabilitation for 94,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer, and  14,000 linear feet of new water lines in southeast San Antonio.  The project involves sewers from 6-inch to 24-inch and provides open cut construction, pipe bursting rehabilitation, and cured in place rehabilitation based on the condition