Project Description

Client: Turner Collie & Braden, Inc. / City of Houston

Location: Houston, Texas

KIT assisted with the design services for both the preliminary engineering and the final design of approximately 7,300 feet of a six-lane, boulevard-type street improvements project including the design of 78-inch diameter concrete storm sewer, 30-inch diameter sanitary sewer line, and 24-inch diameter waterline within the project limits. KIT was a key member of this project team that earned Texas CEC’s Engineering Excellence Award for 2004 for completing the projecting time for the Super Bowl XXXVIII.

  • Provided complete traffic engineering services including signal design and modifications to seven intersections, signal warrant study, traffic signal power outlet data statement, traffic signal field book, temporary traffic signal design for TxDOT/City of Houston Intersections
  • Designed fiber optic communications between the upgraded traffic signals and TranStar, construction sequencing and traffic control plans, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, pavement markings and signage.
  • Provided public and private utility background research and inventory services.
  • Coordinated the design with other designers including landscape architects, urban forester, and structural and traffic engineers.
  • Extensively coordinated with the stake holders.

3 Key Factors/Benefits to Client:

  • Civil Design
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
  • Traffic Control Plans


2004 Texas CEC Engineering Excellence Award for completing the projected time for the Super Bowl XXXVIII