COSA Rip Rap 69

COSA Rip Rap 69
  • COSA Rip Rap 69
  • COSA Rip Rap 69
  • COSA Rip Rap 69
  • COSA Rip Rap 69
  • COSA Rip Rap 69
As a prime firm on the Storm Water Revenue Bond, BMB provided civil engineering, construction management and surveying services for the design and reconstruction of local streets, concrete storm water drainage channels, water and sewer mains and replaced three (3) box culverts in a large Southside residential subdivision. Rip Rap 69 provided 30’ street sections and drainage improvements for Brunswick, Fitch and Canavan Streets. The project included curbs, driveway approaches, 4’ sidewalks and drainage channel improvements.

Rip Rap 69 involved extensive coordination of design efforts and scheduling between COSA and local utility agencies. BMB provided to the City design plans for the reconstruction of 15,543 LF of roadway, 3,337 LF of storm sewer main and 4,116 of box culverts and open channel work. BMB provided to SAWS design plans for the reconstruction of 10,256 LF of 8-inch sanitary sewer gravity mains and 4,442 LF of 10-inch sanitary sewer gravity mains with manholes and laterals.

Client

City of San Antonio

Location

San Antonio, Texas

Status

Complete

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What Our Clients Are Saying

David Pulido, P.E. – City of San Antonio

It is my pleasure to provide this letter for Bain Medina Bain based on their performance for the Marbach Road Phase IIA (Military to Rawhide) project. Bain Medina Bain worked diligently with the City and all other consultants involved in the project to deliver design solutions that would offer long-lasting benefits and accommodate the growth in the area. They continued to stay responsive and available at a moment’s notice from design through project completion. This is one of the values that the City holds in the highest regards os our consultants.

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