Harris County Precinct 2 selected Gauge Engineering for the full roadway and drainage reconstruction of Aldine Mail Route from west of Slater Lane to east of the Aldine Westfield Road intersection.
Gauge completed a proof-of-concept study for a gravity flow inverted siphon stormwater tunnel and surface stormwater conveyance improvements for St. George Place Redevelopment Authority – TIRZ 1.
Gauge participated in the Kingwood Drainage Study for HCFCD and the Lake Houston Redevelopment Authority (TIRZ 10).
Gessner Road is a major thoroughfare that carries over 42,000 vehicles per day. The Gessner Road Improvement project is one of the critical capital improvement projects to be undertaken by TIRZ 17/Memorial City Redevelopment Authority, providing improved drainage, mobility, and quality of life.
As part of the HCFCD 2018 Bond Program Gauge was contracted to evaluate areas at risk for flooding in the Panther Creek Watershed, and to develop improvement options to reduce flooding conditions.
The St. George Place Redevelopment Authority (TIRZ 1) contracted with Gauge Engineering for the design of drainage and mobility improvements to the Schumacher area.
The Briar Branch (W140-01-00) Channel and Straws Improvements project involves the construction of storm drainage improvements that reduce the risk of structural flooding in the Briar Branch area.
The project is located in the Montrose area, within the limits of the TIRZ 27/Montrose Redevelopment Authority boundary. The project length is just over 2-miles long.