Landa Park

Client: City of New Braunfels


The project included renovating an existing golf course for the city of New Branfels. As a sub-consultant, UNINTECH provided civil, structural and surveying services. We were responsible for all client coordination, and all UNINTECH plans and specifications.Our civil engineers provided grading plans; FEMA CLOMR; wet utility design; SW3P; prepared the hydrology and hydraulic impacts of the regrading; and designed sanitary sewer and water lines. Our structural engineers designed a new 80 ft. long, pedestrian bridge to provide access over the river channel, as well as structural repairs for a retaining wall and design of the golf building.The survey team conducted topographic and tree surveys, along with a partial baythemetric survey, which they tied to the aerial survey of the park. UNINTECH was responsible for reviewing the design and updating as necessary; and managing estimates, payments, and change orders during the construction administration phase.

Services Provided

Land Development

Civil Engineering

Structural Engineering




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