Drainage Study for NHHIP
AEL performed a floodplain impact analysis along Little Oak Bayou to analyze impacts associated with roadway and bridge/culvert improvements along NHHIP segment 2.
FM 521 PS&E
FM 521 in Fort Bend County was the reconstruction and urbanization of a 5-mile corridor to widen from 2-lane with a dedicated left-turn lane and open ditch section to a 4-lane with protected left-turn lanes with curb-and-gutter section.
AEL was contracted by CivilTech to perform engineering services for a 3.6-mile stretch of FM1097 in Montgomery County, Texas.
Max Road Reconstruction
AEL prepared the PS&E for the reconstruction of 1.0 miles of Max Road in the city of Pearland. The project was to convert the existing two-lane roadway to a four-lane boulevard with curb-and-gutter and roadside ditches, including two bridges over Hickory Slough.
Jenson Drive Private Site Development
AEL was contracted by a private developer to perform a no impact drainage analysis for a proposed midrise to accommodate low-income housing in East Houston along the Buffalo Bayou on Jensen Dr.
AEL provided design to Dannenbaum Engineering. Dannenbaum was contracted by HCTRA in the preparation of a PS&E package for Ranch Boulevard extending to FM 359 into the city of Fulshear.
West Alabama project is located in a highly dense urban area adjacent to an AT&T underground distribution center hub.
AEL provided the drainage design and hydraulic impact analysis report for the development of a 112 acre plot in Sealy, Texas which is to be turned into a 85 home development.
FM 723 H&H
AEL was contracted by TxDOT to provide professional engineering services that consisted of conducting a hydrology and hydraulic (H&H) study for widening for existing FM 723 two-lane corridor to a four-lane divided roadway with left-turn lanes.
AEL was contracted by AECOM to perform roadway drainage engineering for a 2.2 mile stretch of IH45 South from FM 1774 to FM 519.
The TC Jester project consisted of reconstructing the roadway surface, upsizing, and realigning the underground utilities to be easier to access and maintain.
Agha Engineering performed a drainage impact analysis for the 52-acres site West Little York development located in MUD No. 370, Harris County, Texas.
The proposed detention basin is situated inside 300-acres of the area providing many multi-use detention basin ideas. The Willow Creek Detention Basin and Floodplain Preservation Site is located between Willow Creek and SH-99, approximately 2 miles east of SH-249 and west of Sugarberry Place.
Mixed-Use Commercial Complex Along Antoine Road
AEL was contracted by a private developer to design a plot of land for mixed-use commercial development. The project is situated in a suburban setting, and no existing utilities are in the near vicinity.
Church Private Site Development
AEL was contracted by a private developer to design a new church in Southwest Harris County adjacent to Brays Bayou. The site was undeveloped and would be fully used to accommodate the building structures, parking, and the detention pond.