Leon Creek Greenway Segment

Client: City of San Antonio


As a sub-consultant, UNINTECH provided civil and structural engineering, and surveying services for this nationally recognized trail for the City of San Antonio. The project entailed the design and construction of hike and bike trails along the Leon Creek area including all associated trailheads, trails and amenities for a stretch of creek approximately 5.5 miles in length. This section was divided into two segments: Segment 1, Bandera Road to Ingram Road (4 miles) and Segment 2, Ingram Road to Loop 410 (1.5 miles).Our structural engineers provided bridge designs for three individual pedestrian bridges located at three different locations along the trail. The bridges measured 78 ft. x 10 ft., 60 ft. x 10 ft. and 150 ft. x 10 ft. Civil engineering services included identifying areas along Sixmile trail and providing required SW3P measurements.UNINTECH’s surveyors established horizontal and vertical controls; performed topographic survey; located visible utility features and bridge crossings; performed topographic cross sections; tree and boundary survey; and gathered creek profiles.

Services Provided

Structural Engineering




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