Sunset Crossing is a 250-acre residential development in Rosenberg, a rapidly growing region of Fort Bend County. Pape-Dawson performed master planning for the project and has completed design, platting, boundary surveys, and construction staking for three sections to date. As district engineer for the Municipal Utility District, Pape-Dawson also completed water, sewer, and drainage planning; design for a lift station; and a drainage channel study.
Highlighted Residential Projects
Since 2004, Pape-Dawson has managed several teams in production of civil design plans for infrastructure and land development projects within the 3,184-acre Alamo Ranch master plan in northwest Bexar County.
Pape-Dawson provided civil engineering and project management services for this 1,300-acre senior living community in San Marcos. We were responsible for all designs, analysis, communication, and LiDAR data quality control.
Pape-Dawson conducted a feasibility analysis to determine platting requirements and existing sewer and water infrastructure for this residential development north of Houston.
Our engineers worked with the City of Fort Worth to take this 80-lot, high-end residential community from conceptual planning through to the final platting process.
In collaboration with the City of Fort Worth, we worked on this 37-lot gated community near the Trinity River, which also required temporary stormwater drainage solutions while under construction.
In addition to thousands of single-family lots, Pape-Dawson designed a major thoroughfare as the spine of the development with alternate pathways throughout, connecting commercial and residential developments in a pedestrian-friendly environment.
The Sanctuary at Bear Creek
Pape-Dawson relocated an existing 18” sanitary sewer main that ran diagonally through the subdivision after we prepared a sewer alignment and capacity study for this single-family gated community in Keller.
Pape-Dawson provided civil, surveying, design, and construction services for this 189-acre project that led to our engineers lengthening both CR 56 and Sterling Lakes West Boulevard.
Utilizing river analysis system modeling and considering future tract development, Pape-Dawson performed site development and drainage design to prevent stormwater from draining into this 166-lot single-family development in north Fort Worth.
Pape-Dawson performed design and surveying services on this 144-acre property northeast of Houston.
Pape-Dawson is providing civil and surveying services for Wolf Ranch, currently the largest master planned community in Georgetown.