COSA - Greenway Trails

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overview

This project was part of a City-wide expansion of the current Greenway Trails Program throughout San Antonio’s creek systems and floodplains. To date we have designed and built over 30 miles of hike and bike trails.

BMB has provided civil engineering and surveying services for four segments of trail. The first begins approximately from IH-10 and Loop 1604 and will run north along Leon Creek to The Rim shopping center, approximately 2.05 miles. The second trail segment starts from the intersection of Loop 1604/Salado Creek and runs south to the intersection of Huebner Road and Salado Creek, approximately 1.8 miles. 

The third segment stretches from Loop 1604/Salado Creek to Eisenhower Park along Salado Creek, approximately 4.0 miles. Fourth segment connects to the Rim shopping center, Eisenhower Park along Leon Creek, approximately 2.02 miles. 

The trail segments contain reinforced concrete, colored stamped concrete, cut stone boulder retaining walls, drainage structures, water quality components/structures, ornamental fencing, and signage. 

Four trailheads were also designed at strategic locations to provide parking, trail access, trail mapping, and basic amenities such as drinking fountains and chemical toilets. 

Services included, but were not limited to:

  • Paved Multi-Use Hike and Bike Trail
  • Topographic Surveying Services
  • Permitting Assistance
  • Construction Administration
  • Assistance with Public Involvement
  • Utility Design and Coordination
  • Storm Water Management
  • Easement Preparation
  • Retaining Wall Design
  • Accessibility Considerations
  • Parking Lot Designs
  • TCEQ/WPAP Coordination
  • SEP/HCP Coordination
  • TxDOT Coordination
  • SAWS/CPS Coordination

Below is a sample listing of our Greenway projects highlighting our civil engineering and surveying experience:  

  • Culebra Tributary – Cathedral Rock Park to Tezel Road
  • French Creek – Guilbeau Road Trailhead
  • French Creek – Leon Creek Greenway to Nani Falcone Park
  • Greenway Trails Shade Structure Design
  • Grissom Bridge Design Enhancement
  • Howard Peak Vehicular Wayfinding
  • Howard W. Peak – Rogers Ranch Segment
  • LBJ Park Low Water Crossing
  • Leon Creek – Levi to Lackland Project Walk South Phase
  • Leon Creek – The Rim to Eisenhower Park
  • Leon Creek – The Rim to Raymond Russel Park Elkwater
  • Leon Creek French Creek – Leon Creek Greenway to Nani Falcone
  • Leon Creek Shade Structure Design
  • Leon Creek to Raymond Russell Park to Elk Water Easements
  • Leon Creek to The Rim Shopping Center
  • Loop 1604 and Salado Creek to Eisenhower Park
  • Loop 1604 and Salado Creek to Huebner Road and Salado Creek
  • Maverick Creek Bamberger Park to UTSA Campus
  • Medina Greenway – Leon Creek and Medina River Bridge Inspections
  • Medina Greenway Finalizations
  • Salado Creek – Fort Sam Horse Paddock Relocation
  • Salado Greenway – Fort Sam Segment TXDOT Conversion
  • Salado Greenway – Fort Sam Segment Coordination
  • Salado Greenway at Southeast Military Property Assessment 
  • Salado Greenway Boardwalk Damage Investigation 
  • Salado Greenway Fort Sam Segment – UPRR Canopy Conversion 
BMB is an SCTRCA MBE/HABE/SBE and State of Texas HUB certified firm.

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