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Featured Projects.

4225 Munger Avenue

PGA was hired to provide engineering plans for the development of modern townhomes located in the Haskell Place subdivision. PGA coordinated with the Developer and the Architect to provide civil engineering plans to fit a total of five (5) multi-story living units on approximately 0.2 acres. Careful consideration on the site design was necessary to comply with the Mills Creek Drainage Requirements for the City of Dallas. PGA was successful in assisting the Developer to acquire a building permit in less than a year.

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PEDEGO - electric bike rentals

PGA was the civil engineer on this unique project. PEDEGO first started as a mobile bar propelled by a group of individuals who could ride from it's location at 129 W. Leuda to downtown Ft Worth. Today, it serves as an electric bike rental facility. This project was unique because the building is constructed from shipping containers. Also, since the bikes were stored inside and were to be ridden off through the driveway, the slope for the driveway had to be modified to allow for a smooth and controlled transition. PGA coordinated with the project Architects to deliver paving & grading plans, drainage plans. and utility plans.

4223 Delano

After having successfully complete the Munger project, PGA was re-hired to provide engineering plans for a similar development on Delano Street located in the same Haskell Place subdivision. PGA coordinated with the Developer and the Architect to provide civil engineering plans for the construction of the modern townhomes. Careful consideration on the site design was necessary to comply with the Mills Creek Drainage Requirements for the City of Dallas and also include detention by using vegetative swales. Once again, PGA was successful in assisting the Developer acquire a building permit in less than a year. 

 

 

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108 E. Broadway Avenue

PGA was first hired by the Architect to develop civil plans for construction of a parking lot that would eventually serve as a shared parking for the transformation of abandoned and aging buildings at the intersections of South Main Street, East Broadway Avenue, and Bryan Avenue near Downtown Ft Worth. After completing the civil plans, PGA was retained by the Developer to coordinate construction of the facilities with the final design of the parking lot. PGA's expert knowledge of drainage design assisted the Architect and Developer in making sure that the proposed finished floors had positive drainage while still complying with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the City of Ft Worth paving requirements,