San Antonio, TX – September 2014
Recently, UNINTECH engineers completed the design of some of the largest concrete supporting beams to be installed in the state of Texas. UNINTECH worked with Sundt Construction on the TxDOT IH-10 at Ralph Fair Road overpass project.
On Saturday, September 20 crews closed all main lanes of IH-10 at Ralph Fair Road to set the nine bridge support beams. The highway was scheduled to reopen early Monday morning but crews finished work ahead of schedule allowing to highway to reopen Saturday afternoon.
UNINTECH engineers designed the nine support beams each measuring 164 feet in length. The overpass was originally designed by TxDOT using steel plate girders because of the long single span. The bridge spans 164 feet across Interstate Highway 10. UNINTECH to review the possibility of using concrete girder to save on cost, thus recommending the use of TX 62 girders to replace the steel girders. Our engineers analyzed the bridge vibration because of the long span and provided beam release strength design to make sure the beams worked in this special case.
San Antonio, TX – Our structural engineers organized a public outreach meeting for the City of San Antonio Neighborhood Action Department to provide a foundation presentation that addressed concerns of homeowners. City of San Antonio officials linked to the HARP project.
San Antonio, TX – We celebrate the opening of our new 10,000 square foot corporate office with a festive party the evening of Friday, March 24th from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. Guests will be treated to an assortment of food, drinks and frozen libations complete with a colorful lion dance performance at 6:00 p.m. Friends, clients and business associates have been invited to tour the new facility and join in the celebration with UNINTECH staff members.
San Antonio, TX, 2006
Our engineers participated in three public meetings with architects and City of San Antonio officials to discuss the proposed design of the Main Plaza project as part of the survey team.
UNINTECH will join city officials at the informal ceremony to kick-off construction for Timberhill Low Water Crossing.