Feasibility study, schematic design, and preparation of environmental documents for approximately 4.7 miles of SH 146 from Ferry Road to I-10 in Harris and Chambers Counties. Preliminary engineering services include public involvement, permit procurement, data collection analysis, drainage, conceptual traffic control, traffic projections, traffic engineering and operations, traffic simulations and 3-D modeling, surveying and mapping.
Feasibility study, schematic design, and preparation of environmental documents for approximately 8.5 miles of Hempstead Road from 1-610 to Beltway 8 in Harris County. The purpose of this study is to develop concepts along the Hempstead Roadway corridor that consider planned and committed projects along this corridor including transit, Regional Express Access Lanes (REAL), multimodal hubs, Dallas-Houston High Speed Rail, and the existing UP Railroad and connections to US 290. Additional tasks include development and evaluation of three conceptual alternatives, high-level cost estimates, public outreach & stakeholder coordination, and the development of an environmental constraints map.
Conceptual drainage analysis for the proposed METRO BRT on 1-10 from 1-610 to West of White Oak Bayou, Yale Street. This included evaluation of existing system capacity and provided multiple proposed options with a final recommended option to drain and mitigate increased flow due to the proposed BRT.
Traffic modelling (using VISSIM) and engineering services to provide corridor travel demand and system analysis for the conversion of the Sam Houston Tollway to All Electronic Tolling. AIG Tech's project limits are from south of Westpark Tollway to east of SH 288 (approximately 17 miles). The objective of this analysis is to guide the development of short, medium, and long-range multimodal transportation investments in the study area while maintaining and improving the community's quality of life.
PS&E for the approximately half-mile reconstruction and relocation of the Hillcroft Ave. to Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road southbound entrance ramp, including a 105-ft overpass at Carey Chase Drive at the Southwest Quadrant of the Fort Bend Toll Road and Beltway 8. The project consisted of ramp removal and at-grade roadway, bridge, and retaining wall design; drainage improvements and detention pond design, illumination and traffic improvement using TxDOT and City of Houston standards, and the design of special sound mitigation barrier. The project is expected to be completed at an estimated construction cost of $4.9 Million.
Providing Program/Construction Management/Field Engineering Services during construction including constructability reviews of construction documents and testing results, coordination with project designers and owners, management of field inspection staff, Submittal & RFI review, contractors schedule review, review of testing invoices, submittal of contractor's estimates, review/negotiation of construction claims, and resident interaction. Review and perform daily traffic control and SWPPP inspections. Prepare and finalize all projects close-outs documents.
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