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Portfolio 2019-03-08T10:44:12-05:00

Here is a small sampling of the type of projects we tackle:

Bear Creek, Parker County, Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of Bear Creek in Parker County, Texas.

Bear Creek, Irving and Grand Prairie, – NWRE staff prepared a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of Bear Creek located in Grand Prairie and Irving, Texas.

Big Fossil Creek Flood Study, Saginaw, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study for a portion of Big Fossil Creek located in Saginaw, Texas

Brazos River Flood Study, Glen Rose, Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of the Brazos River and the existing bridge over FM 200 west of Glen Rose, Texas.

Bosque River Flood Study, Stephenville, Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of the Bosque River.

Clear Fork Trinity River, Tarrant and Parker County, Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for an unnamed tributary to the Clear of the Trinity River, Tarrant and Parker County, Texas.

Doe Branch, Celina, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study for Doe Branch Creek located in Celina, Texas

Fish Creek, Arlington Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of Tributary NF-3, a tributary to Fish Creek in Arlington, Texas.

Grassy Creek, Venus, Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for a portion of Grassy Creek located in Venus, Texas.

Honey Creek Flood Study, Celina, Texas – NWRE prepared a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of Honey Creek Tributary Number 11, a tributary to the East Fork of the Trinity River east of Celina, Texas.

Lake Creek, San Angelo, Texas – NWRE staff were principally involved in preparation of two-dimensional hydrologic and hydraulic modeling of a 3,500-acre area located within the City of San Angelo and Tom Green County.  The flood study resulted in reclamation of 550 acres of floodplain in addition to a general lowering of base flood elevations and elimination of all areas designated as floodway.

Lake Dallas, Garland, Texas – NWRE staff were principally involved in the planning and design of this 27-acre mixed-use development on the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard.  The project is notable due to the complexities of the terrain, its location on Lake Ray Hubbard which required 3000 feet of seawall, environmental issues as well as a considerable amount of regulatory compliance issues.  NWRE staff were was the Liaison for communications with governing agencies including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the City of Dallas, the City of garland as well as the Texas Department of Transportation.  Design work included assistance with site planning and civil engineering, including preparation of construction documents for grading, paving and drainage as well as utilities.

Lansborough Apartments, Houston, Texas – NWRE staff were principally involved in work on this 17-acre multi-family project included extensive regulatory compliance and liaison on client’s behalf with the City of Houston, Harris County, the Houston Flood Control District, TxDOT and FEMA.  NWRE staff also oversaw and assisted with the preparation of construction documents for all infrastructure, paving, earthworks and drainage.  NWRE staff designed a detention pond for the project and prepared documents pursuant to obtaining a LOMR-F from FEMA for this project.

Long Branch Creek, Greenville, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study for Long Branch Creek located in Fort Worth, Texas

Lakes of Katy – Houston, Texas – NWRE staff provided site engineering, hydrology and hydraulic analysis and services for this water sports oriented single-family development.   NWRE also provided liaison with the City of Houston, the Houston Flood Control District and FEMA.

Little Fossil Creek Flood Study, Saginaw, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study which included hydraulic modeling of 45 cross sections and five bridges. NWRE assisted with obtaining a LOMR for this project.

Mariner’s Point at Long Island, Port Isabel, Texas – NWRE assisted with regulatory compliance, liaison and preparation of preliminary development plans pertaining to development of a yacht club in the Laguna Madre. Built on the remnants of the Old Port Isabella Causeway bridge.  The proposed yacht club required extensive dredging of the Laguna Madre, water system improvements and sewer system improvements. Chalk Mountain’ work included preparation of conceptual dredging plans as well as water and sewer plans, plus liaison with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, TCEQ, the Texas School Fund, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, The Texas General Land office, the Port Authority and other governmental agencies.

Mary’s Creek, Fort Worth, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study for an unnamed tributary to Mary’s Creek located in Fort Worth, Texas

Spring Creek, Plano, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study for Spring Creek located in Plano, Texas

Sycamore Creek LOMR, Fort Worth, Texas – NWRE prepared a flood study which included both a hydrologic (HEC-HMS) study as well as a hydraulic study (HEC-RAS). Both the revised existing as well as as-built and post development conditions were modeled pursuant to obtaining two Letters of Map Revision as well as a Conditional Letter of Map Revision.

White Rock Creek, Dallas, Texas – NWRE prepared a site plan as well as a hydraulic study and plan for reclamation for a portion of White Rock creek.  Work included liaison the City of Dallas, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), FEMA, TCEQ and others regarding development of high-end single-family residential development situated upon land reclaimed from the White Rock Creek floodplain.  Development included design of a water feature created via excavation and widening of the channel of White Rock Creek.  The work included development of a hydraulic study (HEC-RAS) in support of obtaining a Floodplain Development Permit on White Rock Creek.