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Our Projects

To Clark & Fuller, PLLC every project is an opportunity to build new relationships or strengthen existing friendships. Our business is not only to provide excellent civil engineering services, but also to establish lasting relationships founded on integrity and hard work. Each project that Clark & Fuller, PLLC undertakes is assigned to a licensed professional engineer. Our engineers take a hands-on approach to every project and the engineer will be involved in all aspects of the project including the conception, design, contract negotiations, construction, and final project completion. This provides our clients with a single point of contact during the life of the project.

Purser Family Park

Harker Heights, TX

The New Purser Family Park is located on Mountain Lion Road in Harker Heights. The project encompasses an 18 acre site and consisted of a new Restroom Facility, two pavilions, a child safe playground area, 1.5 miles of new hike and bike trails, 2 acres of large and small dog parks, an 18 hole Disc…

Goode-Connell Park

Harker Heights, TX

The New Goode-Connell Park is located between Beeline Lane & Cherokee Road and between Blue Bird Drive & Amy Lane in Harker Heights, Texas. The project encompassed 14 acres and consists of a new parking lot, 0.5 miles of new hike and bike trails, a playground area with a tensile shade structure, a climbing boulder…

2015 CDBG Wilson Park Playscape Addition

Temple, TX

The New Wilson Park Playscape Additon is located within Wilson Park on Curtis B. Elliot Drive in Temple, Texas. The project consisted of a new playground area to incorporate new playscape equipment and a tensile shade structure. Primary Tasks: Coordination with City of Temple Parks Department Topography surveys Development of Project estimates & budgets Project…

Mystic River – Main Entry Feature

Belton, TX

Mystic River, a new subdivision in Belton along the Leon River, features a park-like entrance feature leading into Phase I. The design starts along the Highway 317 frontage and continues into the subdivision with berming and rock mounds to give the ambiance of entering a canyon. Various design elements are featured throughout the phases, as…

Community Development Block Grant South First New Sidewalk Improvements

Temple, TX

The City of Temple sidewalk improvements along South First Street, within TxDOT right-of-way, was funded through a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and is designed to be completed in multiple phases as funds become available. This project includes the rehabilitation of 2,000 linear feet of existing broken and falling sidewalks with decorative brick pavers and…

2010 Avenue G – New Sidewalk Improvements

Temple, TX

The City of Temple sidewalk improvements along Avenue G was funded through a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and is designed to be completed in multiple phases as funds become available. This project included the rehabilitation of the 3,800 linear feet of existing broken and falling sidewalks, curbs, and driveways along Avenue G. Primary Tasks:…