The project involved the preparation of both preliminary engineering report (PER) and plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E) for the construction of a four-lane, 1,716 ft. long bridge structure and approaches over Leon Creek and Huebner Creek to provide unflooded access to a secondary arterial. UNINTECH evaluated the FEMA 100-year water system elevation and innovatively developed multiple super-structure combination (TXL-GIRDER + Box Beam + Slab Beam) to provide a 12 ft. super-structure clearance above the FEMA 100-year WSE over the entire channel. Such design proved to be the most economic and feasible design option. Our surveyors provided topographic survey and utility location. Civil engineering services involved utility design and coordination, drainage studies, and design of storm sewer system. The project entailed abandoning and relocating the existing 24 in. concrete steel cylinder water transmission main (2,500 LF).Our engineers coordinated with bridge beam manufacture, EMS/Fire Department, construction contractor and TxDOT to develop the most feasible Traffic Control Plan (TCP) to provide a cost-saving and construction efficient construction plan. UNINTECH conducted the review and approval of all concrete mix designs, shop drawings for bridge girder and box beam; as well as precast concrete panels, and retaining walls for mechanical stabilized and cantilever retaining walls.
UNINTECH provided preliminary conceptual design, final design of the one-story JROTC building which is comprised of a foundation pan-joist slab on concrete piers, concrete column-steel beam structural system supporting a metal roof deck on steel joists and concrete masonry walls.