Certificates and Registrations
Texas Department of Transportation – TxDOT
MCi is pre-certified to perform work for TxDOT in the following categories:
1.3.1 Subarea/Corridor Planning
1.4.1 Land Planning/Engineering
1.5.1 Feasibility Studies
1.6.1 Major Investment Studies
1.8.1 Public Involvement
1.9.1 Geographical Information System (GIS) & Data Analysis
2.4.1 Nationwide Permits
2.4.2 Individual Permits
3.2.1 Route Studies & Schematic Design
4.2.1 Roadway Design
4.5.1 Constructability Review
5.5.1 Bridge & Non-Bridge Class Culvert and Inlet Design
7.1.1 Traffic Engineering Studies
8.1.1 Signing, Pavement Marking and Channelization
9.3.1 Pedestrian Facility Design
9.3.2 Accessibility Design
9.4.1 Bikeway Design
10.1.1 Hydrologic Studies
10.2.1 Basic Hydraulic Design
10.3.1 Complex Hydraulic Design
10.5.1 Bridge Scour Evaluations and Analysis
11.1.1 Roadway Construction Management and Inspection
17.5.1 Civil Engineering
18.3.1 Utility Adjustment Coordination
18.4.1 Utility Engineering
18.5.1 Utility Construction Management and Verification
18.6.1 Utility Management and Coordination Oversight
South Central TX Regional Certification Agency – SBE/MBE
SCTRCA's mission is to increase participation of African American, Asian American, Disabled Individual, Emerging Small, Hispanic American, Minority, Native American, Small, Veteran and Woman-owned business enterprises in their pursuit of contracting and procurement opportunities by providing centralized certification services.
Central Contractor Registration (CCR) System – U.S. Department of Defense
MCi is a registered contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense through the CCR System.
Congress for New Urbanism – Accredited Staff
Helps create vibrant and walkable cities, towns, and neighborhoods where people have diverse choices for how they live, work, shop, and get around. People want to live in well-designed places that are unique and authentic. CNU’s mission is to help build those places.
LEED Certified Staff
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is changing the way we think about how buildings and communities are planned, constructed, maintained and operated. Leaders around the world have made LEED the most widely used third-party verification for green buildings, with around 1.85 million square feet being certified daily.
City of El Paso
Prequalified to perform work with the City of El Paso in the following categories:
- Large Civil Engineering
- Small Civil Engineering
- Traffic Engineering
- Construction Management
Project Management Institute –Accredited Staff
The leading not-for-profit professional membership association for the project management profession. Their professional resources and research deliver value for more than 2.9 million professionals working in nearly every country in the world to enhance their careers, improve organizational sucess and further mature the profession. Their worldwide advocacy for project management is reinforced by their globally recognized standards, certification program, extensive academic and market research programs, chapters, and their volunteer and professional development opportunities.
Local Government Project Procedures Certified
The Local Government Projects Program provides guidance and training for local governments, including municipalities, counties or regional mobility authorities in the development of transportation projects under TxDOT oversight. The program addresses both federal and state requirements, but does not address public transportation, aviation or turnpike projects. Local governments are responsible to ensure all project requirements are met and, if federal funding is involved, advance funding agreement provisions are met. These projects allow local governments to administer a project and minimize the use of TxDOT resources. MCi has several key staff who are qualified.
Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) - Accredited Staff
The Construction Management Association of America is an industry association dedicated to the practice of professional construction management. CMAA represents more than 16,000 members including federal/state/local government and private sector owners, construction consultants, technology suppliers, academia, and legal organizations all with a common goal: to improve our nation’s infrastructure. CMAA provides a “go-to” resource for technical and leadership training, networking, and professional development which in turn, will ensure that construction management professionals are staying current on industry best practices to complete projects on-time and on-budget.