In the foreground, a woman sits at a long multi-station desk, monitoring computer screens. In the background, a man stands nearby and points toward 12 connected televisions on the wall, displaying various roads and traffic items.

City of El Paso Traffic Management Center Relocation

Collaborative solutions

Project Facts

Location El Paso, Texas
Owner City of El Paso
Status Completed 2015


In partnership with the City of El Paso, we hit a home run in relocating the City’s Traffic Management Center (TMC). After the approval for a new AAA baseball stadium for the El Paso Chihuahuas, the team’s old site was slated to become the new home of TMC. The build required the immediate clearance of existing structures, notably City Hall, and required a fast tracked design and deployment. 

About the project

The City of El Paso Traffic Management Center (TMC) serves as the epicenter of traffic operations for the 250 square mile metropolitan region, ensuring the safe and efficient travel of El Paso’s 700,000 citizens.

To maintain monitoring and control of traffic flow on the City’s freeways and surface streets, a new TMC had to be designed, alongside relocating all City fiber optic systems connecting to the City’s IT Network Center, also housed in City Hall. System downtime was unacceptable, necessitating efficient solutions approved by multiple entities. An interim TMC was established in under two weeks, an extraordinary feat recognized at the 2014 ITS Texas Chapter’s annual conference.


2017 ACEC Texas Engineering Excellence: Gold Medal (Building/Technology Systems)