Texas Department of Transportation Selects Woolpert for $3M Land Surveying Contract

The contract will support highway improvement and maintenance projects throughout the Houston area.

HOUSTON (June 11, 2024) — The Texas Department of Transportation has selected Woolpert to provide land surveying services under a $3 million, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract supporting the Houston District.

Under this contract, Woolpert will provide right-of-way maps, design and construction surveys, aerial mapping, horizontal and vertical control, and state land surveying services on an as-needed basis to support a range of highway improvement and maintenance projects throughout the Houston area.

Woolpert Survey Team Leader Thomas Cargill said that these projects will help improve roadway conditions and overall safety for drivers. Cargill, a registered professional land surveyor with 27 years of experience in the surveying profession and 17 years as a TxDOT consultant, joined Woolpert’s survey team this year.

"The Houston District has a population of more than 7 million, and its infrastructure supports more than 100 million vehicle miles each day,” Cargill said. “We know that safety is the department and the district’s No. 1 priority, and we are thrilled to provide the expansive surveying services needed to support their great work."

The contract is underway.

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