THE NATIONAL AUTHORITY
on Aesthetics and Infrastructure
Established in 1998, CDR was created to focus solely on highway and transportation projects. We have worked with DOT, architectural firms, engineering companies and developers nationwide to become the leader in infrastructure design.
The Key To Great Success
We will collaborate with your community and project team to produce site-specific, low-maintenance, cost-appropriate and safe transportation enhancements. Our context sensitive designs will increase the quality of life, consider non-motorized users, promote community involvement and seamlessly conform to any normal construction matrix.
CDR normally serves as a liaison between DOTs, engineers of record, architects, developers, as well as the constituents and involved citizens to help understand and bring together everyone’s needs and interests.
CDR is known for seamless collaboration with all parties and final context sensitive solutions that are celebrated by the project team and the entire community.
OUR TRACK RECORD
With Government Departments of Transportation
Having worked with numerous departments of transportation and contractors across the country, we take pride in providing quality solutions and services that are always on time and never over budget.
AESTHETIC DESIGN SERVICES FOR INFRASTRUCTURE
Recognitions & Acheivements
The Southgate Virginia Tech bridge was awarded the 2019 Engineering Excellence Award by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)
The La Cholla Bridge project was awarded The Public Works Project of the Year for Transportation Projects under $20M
The La Cholla Bridge project was recognized for partnering excellence by the Associated General Contractors
Great Map of Colorado called “Crowning Achievement“ by History Colorado Center Architect, David Tryba
The US-77 Bridge over I-35 in Norman, Oklahoma was named the “Highest Quality Bridge Structure in the State“ and was given the 2010 Pharaoh Award
Heritage Bridge received Pharaoh Award representing the best single bridge constructed in 2008 in the State of Oklahoma
The PCI (Precast / Prestressed Concrete Institute) awarded Maryland Rte. 216 Sound Barrier walls – “Best Custom Design Award“ for 2006
CDR HAS BEEN RECEIVING AWARDS FOR NEARLY TWO DECADES WITH REGARDS TO THEIR EXCELLENCE IN CRAFTSMANSHIP, AESTHETIC DESIGN AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECTS.