While our great state of Texas continues to get better with age, our state’s bridges do not. Pape-Dawson specializes in designing and building new bridges, as well as transforming old bridges into modern masterpieces.
Highlighted Bridge Replacement Projects
Loop 1604 East
This project included the design and construction of two 2,100’ prestressed I-beam bridges over Saltillo Creek and a tributary within the storage area of Martinez Dam 6a.
IH 10 and Camp Bullis
Pape-Dawson provided engineering services to expand IH 10 East from the Camp Bullis Road intersection.
Medina River Bridge
Pape-Dawson designed roadway approaches to widen and rehabilitate the US 281 northbound and southbound bridges at the Medina River.
Pape-Dawson provided civil engineering services for the replacement of 22 on-system bridges throughout the Yoakum District.
Related Transportation Services
Construction Engineering Inspection
One of Pape-Dawson’s many strengths is providing construction project administration and coordination to a wide variety of federal, state, local, and private clients.
Freeways and Highways
Texas is big – and always moving – 24 hours a day. That’s why we build freeways and highways that are designed to keep our great state moving in a safe, efficient, and effective manner.
We use creative traffic management solutions to design projects that allow people to safely travel in even the most congested areas and at peak travel times.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Amenities
Pape-Dawson understands there are many ways to get Texans moving in the right direction, and this includes vibrant pedestrian and bicycle paths.
We design single- and multi-lane roundabouts to improve safety and operation of highly congested intersections, incorporating pedestrian accessibility and aesthetic design features to enhance mobility.
Safe roads depend on safe traffic signalization. The engineers at Pape-Dawson are industry leaders in advanced traffic signal system design, operations, and maintenance.
Streets and Roads
Pape-Dawson works with cities, developers, and communities to ensure local streets and roads are safe, efficient, and able to manage the area’s traffic demands.
Urban Complete Streets
Street design is no longer focused simply on automobiles, but instead, about creating a symbiotic urban street design that encompasses pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users.