Civil

Sam Snead Junction Boxes- El Paso, TX

A residential street in El Paso, TX that was prone to frequent flooding during storms required upgrades to its nearly non existent drainage system. This street was very flat and did not provide a place for storm water to flow.  This project consisted of designing a spillway and retaining wall to help with the storm water drainage on the street.

Client: Moreno Cardenas, Inc.

Jill Stone- Dallas, Tx
Currently Under Construction

Stubbs Engineering was hired to provide the structural engineering design for a 14ft tall retaining wall with stairs and a few ramps attached for a new elementary school.  This wall would provide a transition from the upper parking lot to the lower level of the school.  Due to the height of the retaining wall and site requirements, counterforts were utilized to help minimize the footing design.

Client: Pacheco Koch

Moises E Molina- Dallas, Tx
Currently Under Construction

Stubbs Engineering was hired to provide the structural engineering design for a 7ft tall retaining wall for the new Molina HS addition.  This wall was designed in order to help the Civil engineers provide a solid building pad while working with the challenging site.

Client: Pacheco Koch

San Diego Dam Outlet Structure- El Paso, TX

The San Diego Dam Outlet was the design of a new box outlet at the San Diego Dam in El Paso.  The existing outlet and dam were constructed to only retain a small fraction of water and then to control the outlet flow.  Over time, due to flooding in much of the regions below grade of the dam, Stubbs Engineering was retained to design a new box outlet to fully utilize the retainage of the existing dam.  The new box outlet is 10ft. x 10ft. x 30ft high with a water tight door at the base for maintenance and knockout areas in the wall around the structure for release of retained water in the future.  The structure was reinforced concrete with a mat foundation.

Client: Moreno Cardenas, Inc.