THE PHOENIX APARTMENTS
FORT WORTH, TX
The Phoenix is a HUD approved multi-family development on 2.2-acres, located in the “Near South Side” development district of Fort Worth. Specifically, the project included 170 units, a 200-space parking garage, and 1,000 linear feet of offsite 12″ water line.
Final engineering required coordination with the City of Fort Worth, “Near South Side” development district, and HUD to incorporate and/or resolve conflicting development guidelines for each review agencies.
Municipal / Public
TARRANT REGIONAL WATER DISTRICT
Evolving Texas was selected to provide program management support services for the Tarrant Regional Water District and Dallas Water Utilities Integrated Pipeline Project, a regional partnership for water supply.
This project included design and construction of a 150-mile waterline from Lake Palestine to Benbrook Lake. Our responsibilities included policy and program development, public representation of the client, and stakeholder communication that included state review agencies, elected officials, business owners and property owners. We were faced with program challenges often and were required to evaluate each instance and provide a recommended mitigation plan with specific controls to either avoid or anticipate future issues. One specific challenge was creating an effective communication process both internally and externally in order to manage 90 separate consultants, 6 counties, 15 cities and 3 state review agencies.
Evolving Texas also provided support to the land acquisition process which included procedures and best approach to notify all 680 property owners regarding the upcoming construction in their neighborhoods.
ROWLETT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Evolving Texas was hired by the City of Rowlett to serve as the City’s Interim Development Services Engineer. Evolving did numerous plan reviews on several large multi-family development projects, multiple commercial development projects, as well as multiple single family development projects.
ENNIS STREET BOND PROGRAM
The project is an approximate $6 million endeavor and includes the potential rehabilitation/reconstruction of 38 streets. The first phase of the project included 22 streets from the pool of 38 streets.
Evolving utilized weighted criteria based on street condition, residual pavement thickness and traffic volume (level of usage) to make these recommendations and to complete the design.
COUNTRY WEST LAKES
Evolving provided engineering services that included coordination of all subconsultants, acted as the owner’s agent at public hearings and HOA meetings, and preparation of final construction documents. Final engineering included grading, paving, and on-site and off-site utility design. The study included analysis of an onsite channel with respect to existing and proposed improvements.
Consideration of an adjacent parcel proposed development was included in the overall drainage study which provided drainage and detention alternatives that focused eliminating redundant systems and reduce cost.
Evolving Texas’ services were procured by Retail Plazas, Inc. to provide Civil Construction Drawings and Entitlements for the Movie Tavern Renovation and Expansion in Denton, Texas.
This was an approximate 17-acre site. Evolving was engaged to perform the Civil Design, Landscaping, Platting and Zoning. The Construction Drawings included paving, grading, drainage and utilities.
Evolving Texas also assisted with franchise coordination, permitting and construction administration of this project.
WENTWOOD RETAIL CENTER
FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS
Evolving Texas’ services were procured by Boothe Architects, Inc. to provide Civil Construction Drawings for the Westwood Retail Center in Flower Mound, Texas. This was an approximate 2-acre site. Evolving was engaged to perform the Civil Design for the 2nd phase of the project.
The Construction Drawings included paving, grading, drainage and utilities.
Evolving Texas also assisted with franchise coordination, permitting and Construction Administration of this project.
FORT WORTH, TX
Evolving Texas was tasked to create plans and manage consultants for re-aligning of 2nd street in downtown Fort Worth. This included the creation and beautification of 2 full blocks of parking, sidewalks, street lighting and landscaping. This project also required signal and utility relocations and additional storm drainage design.
AMERICAN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Evolving Texas prepared construction documents for the new proposed site of the American Commercial College on 1.9-acre, in Abilene, Texas. Evolving Texas prepared civil engineering design of the site that included paving, grading, utilities, drainage, detention analysis, and erosion control.
ALVARADO ISD BUS FACILITY
Evolving Texas provided civil engineering services for the Alvarado Independent School District bus maintenance facility located in the City of Alvarado. Overall, the proposed improvements include a pre-engineered building for bus maintenance, public utilities for facility service, and new bus parking.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
Evolving Texas, as a sub-consultant to Coon Engineering Inc., prepared civil engineering design for 6,850 linear feet of public water and sanitary sewer improvements. The most significant challenges on this project were the many utility crossings, as well as coordinating design with many other consultants.
Project 180 was a $140 million improvement project, and is considered one of the most ambitious downtown transformations in the country.