The project will rebuild and widen Interstate 35E (I-35E) south of downtown, as well as, widen US 67 between I35E and I-20E and
the I-35E/US 67 split. It is a 11-mile project that will, upon completion,
improve safety issues, provide congestion relief, and address roadway
deficiencies and improve system linkage. Other improvements include
reconstructing non-tolled express lanes, lanes that are open to all users
including single-occupancy vehicles (SOV) and high occupancy vehicles
(HOV), and/or general purpose lanes to improve capacity in the corridor.
The project includes structural elements and accommodations for the City of Dallas’ planned deck plaza between Ewing and Marsalis Avenue.
Early 2018 - 2022
$666 million design-build highway construction TxDOT Project.
The project site is located at the existing Dallas Love Field Airport located in Dallas, Texas. The project consisted of evaluating the existing pavements at the airport. The field investigation consisted of coring the existing pavements at twenty one (21) core locations. In addition, four test borings (Borings B-48, B-61, B-67, and B-77) were drilled to depths of 10 feet. The locations of the core holes and test borings were selected by others. The results from the thickness measurements of the existing pavements were provided. Laboratory tests were performed on representative samples of the soil to aid in classification of the soil materials. These tests included Unterberg limits tests, moisture content tests, sieve analysis, and dry unit weight determinations. Hand electrometer tests were performed on the clay soil samples to provide indications of the swell potential and the foundation bearing properties of the subsurface strata.
Construction Materials Testing for NTTA - PGBT – Eastern Section 29 Sachse, Texas
MTE provided Construction Materials Testing for the PGBT - Extension Section 29. Limits: From west of Miles Road to north of future Merritt Road. Approximated Length: 12,200 ft. (2.31 miles) The materials tested are associated with the construction of grading, drainage, structures, concrete pavement, retaining walls, toll gantry, Illumination, sign structures, traffic signals, utilities, pavement markings and ITS Infrastructure. Construction Materials Testing performed with the assistance of Rone Engineering. This project was performed in accordance with the June 2005 TXDOT Quality Assurance Program, under FHWA oversight
The new downtown campus of Tarrant County College is dedicated to student learning and community outreach. The project site is located in downtown Fort Worth on 55 acres. The purchase price is $238 million and approximately $80 million on renovation. The complex is more than 300,000 square feet and acquires 1700 parking spaces. The purchase price is $238 million and approximately $80 million on renovation. The complex is more than 300,000 square feet and acquires 1700 parking spaces. MTE served as a subconsultant to AGG, providing support services for geotechnical engineering and construction material testing, including sampling cast-in-place concrete, pier inspection, compaction testing, post-tension inspection, and structural steel inspection. This project also had an on-site laboratory to store concrete cylinders. Where as, quality assurance of maintaining the temperature to cure the cylinders was also included in our responsibility. It was imperative to maintain a representative sample to give results to the owner for the quality of his product
Mas–Tek Engineering and Associates are contracted to provide construction materials testing for this DCCCD project. This $10.2 million project includes the construction of 34,000-square-foot building that will house the Garland Workforce Development Training Center at Richland College. This facility will be located on approximately 20 acres of land on the northeast corner of Glenbrook Drive and Walnut Street in Garland, Texas east of the Richland campus intersection of Abrams and Walnut. This location is immediately north of downtown Garland and immediately adjacent to the DART transit facility to the southeast. MTE provides construction materials testing such as inspections of structural steel, drilled pier, slab, and grade beams to giving paving sub-grade recommendations. As the project progresses, MTE engineers are called on-site to perform inspections. Professional architectural and design services are provided by VAI Architects, Inc. The construction management firm is Con-Real, Inc
The Recreation Center is a 54,000-square-foot state of the art facility. It provides a broad range of activities and services for all ages.
The facility has four main components: Gym, Strength and Cardio Area, Specialized Rooms (Youth, Game and Aerobics) and Multipurpose Rooms including a commercial kitchen. This new facility combines taste and elegance while maintaining a high level of practicality.
· 3,000 square foot Strength and Cardio Area
· 2 Indoor Basketball Courts & 2 lined Volleyball Courts
· Indoor 3 Lane Track with Parkside Views
· 5,400 square foot Multipurpose Room · Commercial Kitchen
· Game Room
· Drop-In Child Care Locker Rooms with Showers
MTE provided full Geotechnical Engineering and Construction Materials Testing and Inspection for this project
Mas–Tek Engineering and Associates are contracted to provide construction materials testing for this Pegasus Link Constructors, LLC project $798 million design-build TxDot project. The project improved traffic flow and the congestion of downtown Dallas mix master interchange. It also replaced the bridges along I-30 and I-35E that cross the Trinity River. Project features the Margaret McDermott Bridge, Dallas' second signature bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Early 2013 - 2017
MTE performed Materials Testing Services for the proposed $85.8M expansion of the Joule Hotel, a five star hotel located in the Downtown Connection TIF District, in order to increase desired space for the following: 32 new hotel rooms, 11,000 square feet of banquet, catering, and meeting space, 20,700 square feet of retail space, secondary hotel entrance, and a surface parking lot to be used for service loading and unloading. The expansion includes several formerly attained vacant buildings along Main and Commerce Streets.
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