Civil Engineering Consultants

Storm Water

CEC has the experience and expertise to meet today’s stormwater regulations with flexible, cost-effective solutions. CEC has completed the planning, design, permitting, and construction of numerous stormwater improvement projects for public and private clients throughout Texas. Our team members are experts in the field of hydrology and hydraulics, working on projects from simple drainage designs to major flood control works. CEC integrates natural elements into civil design and look to hydrologic systems as inspiration for constructed solutions.

This project involves the extension of 36th Street through a highly industrialized area as part of the redevelopment of the Port San Antonio, formerly Kelly AFB. The extension of 36th Street will provide a new north-south roadway from Billy Mitchell to Growdon, opening up a large area for future development

As part of the historic 2007 Bond Election, the City of San Antonio Capital Improvement Management Services (CIMS) proposed improvements to Blanco Road. The purpose of the improvements is to improve traffic operations and provide storm water drainage. The major challenges facing the success of this project are addressing the

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 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.

CEC was the prime consultant for the project and also acted as the lead civil engineer for all street design, drainage, sanitary sewer, and general civil plan preparation required for the project. The project initially analyzed the capacity and the structural integrity of the existing box culverts to determine their ability to handle the