Civil Engineering Consultants

Transportation Engineering

CEC’s professional engineers are well versed in the design and management of transportation projects. Elements of roadway and transportation projects involve evaluation of roadway infrastructure to determine traffic flow, topographic survey, right-of-way, roadway and drainage design, signing and pavement marking, signalization, utility relocation, intersection design and improvements, and safety upgrades.
CEC’s integrated approach to transportation projects provides our clients with the assurance that CEC will deliver great client service and innovative solutions that will promote continued and future growth within the community.

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 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

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

CEC was contracted to provide engineering services for the preparation of construction documents (PS&E) to construct main lanes, ramps and overpass bridges (Marbach Road and Military Drive) from Callaghan Road to  LP 410.  CEC prepared plans, details and computed quantities to include grading, paving, drainage, bridges, retaining walls, traffic control,

This project involved the reconstruction of Clark Ave from Fair Ave to E. Southcross Blvd. The status of this project was changed from a TxDOT managed letting and construction to Local Agency Managed (LAM) Capital Improvement Project for the City of San Antonio. The typical section of this project was