Hewitt Engineering prepared plans and specifications and provided Construction Phase Services for the extension of the City of Kerrville River Trail project. This contract consisted of the construction of approximately 3,200 linear feet of 10-foot wide concrete trail along the Guadalupe River, 2,200 linear feet of 8-foot wide concrete trail, one new trailhead, water and electrical service and associated limestone block retaining walls, grading and drainage improvements for the City of Kerrville. The construction for this project extends from the existing G Street Trailhead, across the Guadalupe River, southeast along the river, under SH 27 (Memorial Boulevard) and then northwest to the new Schreiner University trailhead. The project included a trail crossing over Quinlan Creek consisting of concrete headwalls and wingwalls, erosion control, and box culverts.
This project consisted of proposed drainage and paving improvements on the main elementary school for Ingram I.S.D. located at 125 Brave Run in Ingram Texas. The scope of services, included the preparation of a Drainage Plan, Dimensional Control Plan, Paving & Grading Plan, Erosion Control Plan, Bid Phase Services and Construction Phase Services.
The proposed Meadowbrook Retirement Community is located approximately three (3) miles northwest of Ingram, Texas along Junction Highway 27 in Northern Kerr County at 114 Hoot Owl Hollow. The development will consist of 102 lots in Phase 1 on an existing 88.13-acre undeveloped pasture/range property. The engineering for this project included a drainage plan, grading plan, roadway and paving plans, and water system plans. The water system facilities for the development include one new water well, metered hypochlorination, two ground storage tanks, two booster pumps, one hydropneumatic pressure tank, and water distribution lines.
The City of Kerrville Louise Hays Park improvements were completed in 2015. The Louise Hays Park is a 63 acre park located along the Guadalupe River and the improvements included amenities such as playgrounds, covered pavilions, children’s spray park, hike and bike trails, access to the Guadalupe River access, restrooms and parking.
Construction continues on the Louise Hays Park improvements with completion scheduled for early 2015. The Louise Hays Park is a 63 acre park located along the Guadalupe River and will include amenities such as playgrounds, covered pavilions, children’s spray park, hike and bike trail, Guadalupe River access and more.