Civil Engineering Consultants


Since prehistoric times, man has quested after the power to fly. Only since 1903 have we reached the point where we can take this technological achievement for granted. Today, the airport often serves as the gateway to the City. Therefore, the need for an efficient and aesthetic facility is of primary importance to the citizens and politicians of every community. CEC has designed the infrastructure for both airside and landside facilities at general aviation and air carrier facilities such as new runways and taxiways, aprons, roadways, drainage and other utilities.

The project includes the relocation of a portion of Taxiway A, the extension of Taxiway E to the new location of Taxiway A, the reconstruction of 1,200 feet of Runway 3-21, and 1,600 feet of Taxiway F. The project also included the construction of new storm drain culverts and channel.

The project consisted of the rehabilitation of a private runway located on a ranch in south Texas that measures 5,000 feet long by 50 feet wide. This required the development of a pavement structure that utilized the existing materials that was mixed with a tiller-type mixer and cement.  CEC utilized

CEC designed the second construction package to reconstruct the existing apron and drainage facilities for the construction of Terminal B and future Terminal C. This project constructed the new apron that will be to the west of future Terminal C. Because of this phasing, CEC had to design temporary and

CEC served as the civil engineer for the construction of the new roadways and utilities to serve Terminals B and future Terminal C. This project completed the two-level roadway concept that is standard for modern terminal design which began in 1980 with the construction of Terminal A. The upper level