Civil Engineering Consultants

Roadway & Highway

When ancient Rome dominated the European continent, the Appian Way was constructed to transport troops and supplies to the outlying regions of the Roman Empire. The Interstate Highway System envisioned by General Eisenhower provided the United States with a network of roadways for the purpose of improving commerce across the country while meeting our nation’s military objectives.
CEC has provided professional services to TxDOT on projects including segments of the Interstate System and the supporting roadway system of U.S. Highways, Farm to Market roads and local and county facilities. In addition to roadway and highway design, CEC provides effective solutions to traffic congestion problems with experienced Traffic Engineers for Intelligent Traffic Management Systems, traffic control plans, signalized corridors, and traffic modeling and simulation analyses.

This project reconstructs 0.70 miles of Redland Rd, from Loop 1604 to Jones Maltsberger Rd. Redland Rd, currently a two-lane uncurbed section, will be widened to four lanes (2 – 12’ outside lanes and 2- 11’ inside lanes) with a variable width median (13’ to 40’) along the center. The

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

This project was extension of 36th Street through a highly-industrialized area as part of the redevelopment of the Port San Antonio, formerly Kelly AFB. Phase IIIA is from Growdon to Billy Mitchell.  Phase IIIB is from Billy Mitchell to General Hudnell Drive.   Phase IIIA – This project is 1.2

This project involved the reconstruction of 17 miles of rural roadway, which included widening shoulders and adding passing lanes.  CEC was responsible for roadway design, utility coordination, preparation of project cross-sections with utilities, hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, and design of cross-drainage structures.  In all, 45 existing cross drainage structures were