Client Memorial City Redevelopment Authority, TIRZ 17

Program Management Services

Houston, TX

As Program Manager for the Memorial City Redevelopment Authority, LAN oversaw a five-year, $150 million Capital Improvements Plan for the design and construction of several mobility and drainage-related projects in an urban area. LAN represented the Authority during design and construction, managed the design engineer, engaged stakeholders, oversaw construction, and provided general civil engineering consulting services for projects. LAN conducted numerous public meetings to solicit input and communicate recommendations for the Capital Improvement Plan. Projects required coordination with property owners, HCFCD, City of Houston, TxDOT, METRO, and the US Army Corps of Engineers.

At a glance

9 Roadway/drainage improvement projects

2 Studies

5 Local, state, and federal agencies involved

Features

Extensive public involvemen

4,000-acre regional drainage study with 2D Modeling

$150 million in capital improvements managed

Services

Construction Mgmt & Inspection

Design

Program Management

Planning & Modeling

Stormwater Management

Transportation Services

Lockwood, Andrews and Newnam (LAN), is the firm of record for the TIRZ 17 CIP, Lumpkin Road and Westview Detention Basin Improvements. Early in the design phase it was determined that a major transmission water line connector would be impacted. To complicate matters a private utility line was in conflict. LAN engineers worked diligently with all parties involved to assure that the impact was minimized, time constraints were met and the project moved forward according to schedule.

Houston has 27 Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones, or TIRZs, which are special zones created to attract new investment in specific areas.