Construction Projects

IH 35 / US 183 Interchange Improvements, Travis Count - RTG/TxDOT Austin District.

Project Task Leader (Traffic Control and Construction Sequencing) – The limits of this IH 35 reconstruction project were from Rundberg lane to US 290E (approximately 2.35 miles).  Interchange improvements at IH-35 and US 183 are intended to alleviate traffic congestion and provide better access from one highway to the other. The TxDOT-funded interchange project consists of three new direct connector bridge structures, reconstruction of one existing direct connector bridge entrance, reconstruction of an existing bridge at St. Johns plus two new adjacent turn-around bridges, construction of new MSE and soil nail retaining walls, improved lower roadways, collector-distributor roads under St. Johns and new shared use paths (SUP’s) along the frontage roads to improve the mobility options and safety for pedestrians and cyclists.

Main Street Improvement Project, Williamson County – City of Round Rock. 

Construction phase services included shop drawing review, contractor meetings, review of payment applications and construction as-built, for the 411 Main Project.  This project consisted of the extension of San Saba Street for a half-block to provide parking, sidewalks, street lights, landscaping and other aesthetic features as part of improvements in downtown Round Rock.  Construction phase services included the addition of a retaining wall and a sidewalk, along with a subsequent submittal to TCEQ.

Gattis School Road Turn Lane, Williamson County – City of Round Rock.

Construction phase services included shop drawing review, contractor meetings, review of payment applications and construction as-built, for the widening of Gattis School Road from west of Rolling Ridge Drive to west of Via Sonoma Trail (0.5 mile).  The proposed improvements include curb removals, sidewalk relocation and re-striping to accommodate the addition of a two-way left turn lane for local access.

State Highway Access Coordination and Permit Request, Travis County – JLL Retail. ​​​​​​​

Construction phase services included shop drawing review, contractor meetings, review of payment applications and construction as-built for TxDOT to secure approval for a turn lane and access driveway for the Shops at 685 development. Project included ROW dedication determinations, environmental documentation, utility identification and coordination for relocation efforts, roadway design, storm sewer design, traffic control plans and completed permit request with required information. 

Mager Lane Improvement Project, Hutto, Williamson County – City of Hutto. 

Construction phase services included shop drawing review, contractor meetings, review of payment applications and construction as-built for Mager Lane improvements from FM 1660 to the east City Limits of Hutto.  Project elements included right of way acquisition, utility coordination and adjustments, pavement design, storm sewer design, floodplain mapping and revisions, culvert design and channel improvements as well as normal roadway design tasks. 

Shops at Arbor Walk Access Improvements, Austin, Travis County – Simon Property Group / TxDOT Austin District. 

Construction phase services included shop drawing review, contractor meetings, review of payment applications and construction as-built. For this shopping area along the Loop 1 (Mopac Expressway) near US 183 in Travis County created congestion issues on the northbound frontage road due to patron traffic at the center’s access points.  As a joint effort between TxDOT, the City of Austin and the developer, frontage road improvements including widening and re-striping to create acceleration and right turn only lanes for the shop’s access driveways were designed.  Tasks include geometric layouts, roadway design, drainage design and striping plans compatible with the existing frontage road and meeting all TxDOT design requirements.