AUSTIN

Breaking Down the East Riverside Corridor Plan (Part 3 of 6)

This is the third in a series of six entries on the regulating plan for the East Riverside Corridor Zoning District. The City of Austin […]

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BIG RED BLOG

Big Red Dog shooting for IPO in 2023

Jan Buchholz Staff Writer-Austin Business Journal Email | Twitter | LinkedIn Engineering firms normally aren’t the kind of entities that you’d expect to embrace the […]

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BIG RED BLOG

BIG RED DOG Celebrates Our Four Year Anniversary!

Today BIG RED DOG Engineering and Consulting is celebrating our four year anniversary, having started the firm May 1st, 2009. We started very humbly, with […]

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN SAN ANTONIO

Construction Progress Photos – Halliburton Eagle Ford Shale Field Campus in San Antonio

The construction progress photos below were taken recently at our Halliburton Eagle Ford Shale field campus located at IH-37 and Loop 1604 in San Antonio, […]

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BIG RED BLOG

Guest Column Series by Richard N. Maier: The Cost of Regulation; The Effect of Municipal Land Use Regulations on Housing Affordability

This is the third of a four part blog post provided by Richard N. Maier. The entries analyze the real cost of land use regulation […]

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AUSTIN

Breaking Down the East Riverside Corridor Plan (Part 2 of 6)

This is the second in a series of six entries on the regulating plan for the East Riverside Corridor Zoning District. The City of Austin […]

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AUSTIN

Tree Bill Moves Forward in Texas House of Representatives

On Wednesday, April 24, 2013, the Urban Affairs Committee of the Texas House of Representatives passed the Committee Substitute to H.B.1377 by Rep. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham), […]

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BIG RED BLOG

Guest Column Series by Richard N. Maier: The Cost of Regulation; The Effect of Municipal Land Use Regulations on Housing Affordability

This is the second of a four part blog post provided by Richard N. Maier. The entries analyze the real cost of land use regulation […]

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AUSTIN

Breaking Down the East Riverside Corridor Plan (Part 1 of 6)

This is the first in a series of six entries on the regulating plan for the East Riverside Corridor Zoning District. The City of Austin […]

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SAN ANTONIO

City of San Antonio Development Incentives in the Broadway Corridor

  The Broadway corridor in the City of San Antonio is rich in culture and history, and is one of the most prized areas in […]

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION

South Lamar Plaza – Construction Progress Photos

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BIG RED BLOG

Guest Column Series by Richard N. Maier: The Cost of Regulation; The Effect of Municipal Land Use Regulations on Housing Affordability

This is the first of a four part blog post provided by Richard N. Maier. The entries analyze the real cost of land use regulation […]

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SAN ANTONIO

Why I Engineer in San Antonio – By Amanda Saldivar, EIT

I have lived in San Antonio my entire life, born and raised. Growing up here I’ve been able to watch San Antonio grow and expand […]

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AUSTIN

The Latest Chapter on Subchapter E is Coming to a Close

The City of Austin Planning Commission and Council Members are poised to review Phase II amendments to Subchapter E of the Land Development Code, also […]

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BIG RED BLOG

It was a Busy Week for Land Use Issues at the Texas Capitol and Austin City Hall

Tree Bill On Wednesday, March 27, the Urban Affairs Committee of the Texas House of Representatives took up H.B.1377 by Rep. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham), “relating to the […]

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AUSTIN

City of Austin Planning Commission Addresses Project Duration Ordinance

At their meeting on Tuesday, March 12, City of Austin Planning Commissioners – after a lengthy executive session discussion – voted on an item regarding […]

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AUSTIN

Tree Bill Filed at Texas Legislature

On February 15, 2013, Rep. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) filed H.B.1377 “relating to the ownership and local regulation of trees and timber.” The bill was referred to […]

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AUSTIN

Big Red Dog Team Members Earn Accolades

The entire Big Red Dog team extends its congratulations to the following team members for their recent honors and accomplishments. Last week, Big Red Dog […]

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BIG RED BLOG

Attorney General Issues Opinion on Austin's Project Duration Ordinance

Attorney General Greg Abbott issued an opinion on the City of Austin’s Project Duration Ordinance yesterday (December 10, 2012) at the request of State Representative […]

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN SAN ANTONIO

New IDEA School Campus Breaks Ground in San Antonio

IDEA Public Schools, a growing network of tuition-free K-12 public charter schools serving more than 13,000 students in 28 schools throughout the Rio Grande Valley […]

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