Tag Archives: OH-Utilities

Overhead Utility Removal

Tom’s work with streetscape improvements, and later with economic development projects, provided numerous opportunities to work through the hurdles necessary to take down cluttered utility pole lines. On several occasions the removal of the entire line could not be achieved … Continue reading

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Convention Center Area

See the post about this area at Tom’s blog NewUrbanStreets.com.  

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BBVA Compass Stadium

BBVA Compass Stadium is the 22,000-seat home to the Houston Dynamo and the Houston Dash. It also serves the Texas Southern University football team. The stadium is a public-private partnership with the Houston Dynamo, and later Harris County, that created this $95,500,000 … Continue reading

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Cotswold: A Walking Place

Tom’s role began with his being selected as the construction manager while an employee of an engineering consultant. After the first project he joined the Management District as the Director of Construction. The Cotswold Program was in three phases for … Continue reading

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Urban Streets

The improvements and implementation of long-postponed maintenance of the streets and utilities in the very busy inner city environment of the 4th largest city in the USA provide exposure to a wide variety of challenges. A large percentage of those … Continue reading

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