Pape-Dawson was responsible for civil engineering for this 50-unit, 12-acre residential condominium in Austin. We managed paving, grading, drainage, utility infrastructure, and pedestrian and traffic control.
Because the condominium site abuts South Congress Avenue, improvements within the right-of-way were simultaneously permitted with the City of Austin and TxDOT.
The complex is also located within the South Boggy Creek watershed, which is classified as a suburban watershed. Extensive drainage analyses were provided to the City for regional stormwater management participation, floodplain delineation, erosion hazard zone analysis, critical water quality buffer zone averaging, and water quality treatment design.
The internal water and wastewater systems were permitted as public infrastructure and required coordination with Austin Water Utility for an internal water model, easement preparation for non-standard assignments in private streets, and connections to existing infrastructure.
Highlighted Multi-Family Projects
Aspen Heights at Old Spanish Trail
Pape-Dawson was responsible for the civil site design of this four-story, 275-unit, wrap-style student housing development on 7 acres near the University of Houston.
Can Plant and Townhomes
Pape-Dawson provided civil engineering services for this 211-unit multi-family development, as part of the redevelopment and urbanization efforts along the northern stretch of downtown San Antonio.
Live Oak Condominiums
Pape-Dawson managed paving, grading and drainage, utility infrastructure, and pedestrian and traffic control for this 38-unit, 2-acre residential condominium in Austin.