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M-001013-0001-4


Why are you doing this project in my neighborhood?

The Department of Public Works and Engineering has determined that the infrastructure in your neighborhood requires upgrading and improvements to meet current standards. The project primarily addresses drainage issues in the area.  However, the City is also addressing paving, sidewalk and street lighting issues in the area with this project.

 

Where do I call to report problems?

Prior to construction on your street the contractor is required to give you written notification of the work that is to be performed. In the notification is the contractor's 24 hour emergency contact telephone number.

For emergency needs that require immediate response (i.e. water off, toilets not flushing): please contact the contractor's Superintendent or Project Manager.

For routine and non-emergency needs: please contact the Houston Service Center by dialing 311 or (713) 827-0311, or online via houston311.org, or via the Houston 311 mobile app available from houstontx.gov, and mention the following 4 items along with your issue:

  • the WBS Number of the project: M-001013-0001-4 (this is on the project sign and door hanger you will receive)
  • that this is a City of Houston CIP project
  • that the complaint should be referred to the Engineering and Construction Division
  • general concerns

You may also send an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Contact Information

NAME POSITION OFFICE # E-MAIL CELL #
CONTRACTOR: Caan Construction Services, Inc.
Yousef Eldiraoui Caan Construction Services, Inc. 713-539-5943 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 713-539-5943
Aldi Aldirawi Project Manager -
Caan Construction Services, Inc.
713-539-5943 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 713-401-4812
Juan Pablo Superintendent -
Caan Construction Services, Inc.
832-941-6256 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 832-941-6256
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: United Engineers, Inc.
Sherif Mohamed, P.E. Principal -
United Engineers, Inc.
713-271-2900 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Calvin Smith CM Project Manager -
United Engineers, Inc.
713-271-2900 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 713-249-4746
Jeff Griffis Inspector -
United Engineers, Inc.
713-271-2900 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 832-878-6967
Faydra Gonzalez Estimator -
United Engineers, Inc.
713-271-2900 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Jose Macias Inspector -
Gunda Corp.
832-716-8625 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 832-716-8625

 

 

What should residents with sprinkler systems be prepared for?

We recommend that you take pictures of the sprinkler heads in the "on" position and be sure the pictures clearly show the number and the location of the sprinklers/heads that you have in the right-of-way area near the street/curb. The construction company will make the effort to cap off your sprinklers in the right-of-way that will be torn up with the intent to keep your sprinklers working in the rest of the yard. The pictures should help resolve any questions when the construction company restores the sprinkler system. It is entirely possible your system (or at least certain zones) may stop working once work has commenced in the right-of-way as wires and lines do occasionally get cut inadvertently. Be sure to have a garden hose and traditional sprinklers ready to use during this period. If you believe that your sprinklers systems were damaged during construction please contact the project manager.

 

Why have various markers and protective barriers been placed in some yards around trees, etc.?

For most of the residential streets in the City of Houston, the right-of-way extends about 16 feet into yards from the back of the curb. As a result, the City of Houston and the contractors are granted full access into this right-of-way for this and any related projects.  Once complete, the City is required to restore the disturbed areas to City of Houston standards.

Both the City of Houston and the contractor are taking precaution to protect existing trees as best as they can. In addition, right-of-way markers, private utility markers, and construction staking are going to be placed in yards.  They let the contractor know what utility is there and where they need to build in accordance with the plans.  Removal of these markers causes added delays and expense for the contractor.  Please do not remove these markers or any projective precautions that have been provided in your yard.

 


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Willow Meadows Civic Club
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Houston, Texas 77235