Jones Maltsberger

Jones Maltsberger
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BMB provided civil engineering and surveying services for the preparation of plans and specifications to widen the 281 Frontage Roadway. This particular location intersects an Union Pacific Railroad crossing into a five-lane section with added turn lanes. The primary objective focused efforts on the traffic control, street plans and profiles. This was an MPO project prepared to TxDOT standards that involved coordination with TxDOT, the City of San Antonio, Union Pacific Railroad and the San Antonio Water System (SAWS). The project was completed and designed to meet TxDOT compliance, accessibility, improve overall efficiency, reliability and safety of the roadway.

Project Details

  • 650 LF of 281 Frontage Road was widened and improved near Jones Maltsberger intersection
  • New turn lane was designed to accommodate traffic from US 281 that merged into Jones Maltsberger
  • 3,686 LF of sidewalk and curbs were added and replaced
  • Storm drainage improvements included regarding the streets and parkway
  • Two (2) french drains, 130 LF of 24” and 18” reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) and inlets were added
  • Sanitary sewer manholes were adjusted and replaced to accommodate the new enhancements
  • New traffic signalization was added that included vivid cameras
  • A median was designed and constructed to enhance safety, reduce traffic accidents and improve traffic flow
  • Water mains were adjusted for new work. Total of 47 LF of 12” water main sand fire hydrants were needed for these adjustments.

Client

City of San Antonio

Location

San Antonio, Texas

Status

Complete

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What Our Clients Are Saying

John W. Strybos, P.E., C.E.M. – Alamo Colleges

It is my pleasure to provide this letter of reference to Bain Medina Bain for the work they preformed on Villaret Road ( Highway 16 to Jennifer). Originally a 3,500 foot, two-lane roadway, Bain Medina Bain helped to realize the vision of Alamo Colleges and the City to improve drainage, widen to four lanes and include a turning lane, bike lanes and sidewalks. Their proficiency, professionalism and responsiveness keep them at the top of our preferred consultants.

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