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commitment to our Core Values and excellence in the delivery of our services.

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Tom Galbreath, ASLA, RLA

President | CEO
Tom Galbreath, ASLA, RLA

President | CEO

Tom Galbreath began his career at Dunaway and has gained extensive experience in landscape architecture/planning as well as the management of civil engineering in both the public and private sectors. A University of Texas at Arlington graduate, Tom has a master’s degree in landscape architecture. As company President and CEO, he works to establish and maintain Dunaway’s reputation, level of service, employee well-being and overall financial security. He works closely with both the executive team and directors to ensure a sound strategic plan and company goals for the future. He also makes it a priority to work regularly with our project managers to provide insight and support. Tom is actively involved in regional development organizations serving as liaison between private sector development and municipal agencies.

Tom serves for the following organizations:
• Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth , current Chair and Board Member
• Public Affairs Committee member Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth
• Blue Zone Fort Worth Built Environment, Co-Chair
• Fort Worth MTP Task Force
• City of Fort Worth MUZAG committee participant
• Fort Worth Storm Water Liaison Member
• Fort Worth Development Advisory Committee, Past Chairman
• Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, Past Board Member
• American Society of Landscape Architects
• Leadership Fort Worth Member
• City of Fort Worth Neighborhood Empowerment Zone update stakeholder leader

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on to date?
The Marketplace at Highland Village, an 80-acre mixed-use project with retail, and office. The project was a complex and required very political zoning approval, the hearing started at 8 p.m. and end at 4 a.m. The project required negotiations with several local and federal agencies, Upper Trinity Regional Water District, Federal404 permits with wetland mitigation, detention, and negotiations between City of Highland Village and City of Flower Mound. With all the possible pitfalls it was a highly successful and profitable project for Dunaway.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Fly fishing, bass fishing, fly tying, bicycle riding, golf, and travel.

What’s your favorite holiday?
Thanksgiving - it is all about family and food!

Chris Wilde, PE

Executive Vice President
Chris Wilde, PE

Executive Vice President

Chris is an experienced civil engineer with a strong focus on business development and has been committed to Dunaway for the duration of his career. He’s a New Mexico State University alum and earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington. As second in command, Chris is responsible for Dunaway’s business development and marketing plans as well as the development and growth of new geographic markets and office locations. He provides leadership and direction to the directors and project managers, and has a keen ability to analyze the business side of a client’s challenges. Chris seizes any opportunity to turn these challenges into innovative and fruitful solutions that lead to a high-quality end result.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on?
My favorite project I have worked on was the TCU Campus Commons project. It was unique in the fact that we were working with three different architects and two general contractors on 5 new buildings in the middle of campus. I learned a lot about how to be a good consultant during this project.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
I love to cook! You will find me cooking almost every day of the week, everything from smoking different types of meats, preparing different Asian dishes, to authentic Mexican food from my time in New Mexico.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Most recently was zip-lining several hundred feet in the air above the rainforest in the Dominican Republic.

Jason Williamson, PE

Vice President
Jason Williamson, PE

Vice President

Jason Williamson is the Vice President of Operations for Dunaway and has over 20 years of combined civil and structural engineering experience with a focus on healthcare and commercial developments. He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in civil engineering and is responsible for the success of the general operations of the firm including employee satisfaction and retention, finance/accounting, information systems and technology and overall client satisfaction. Jason was instrumental in the firm’s involvement in the masterplan and design for Cook Children’s Medical Center for the last decade. He is known for his expertise in design visualization techniques, such as Civil 3D and BIM, and its application in Integrated Project Delivery. He also brings vast experience in the numerous codes, regulations and requirements involved in permitting large, complex, new, redeveloped or expanded facilities.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
I have had the pleasure of working with Cook Children’s Medical Center for over 11 years.  CCMC provides a phenomenal service to our community and we are blessed to have them.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I’m an avid runner/cyclist and wood worker, but also enjoy working as an audio technician for the Super Bowl half time show. This year will be my 9th consecutive Super Bowl.

What was your first job?
As a young teenager, I worked for a trucking company washing dump trucks and 18 wheelers and was the shop “gopher”.

Ross Eubanks, PE, SE

Vice President
Ross Eubanks, PE, SE

Vice President

Ross Eubanks plays a vital role on the advancement of Dunaway’s corporate strategies. This is accomplished through his work in the implementation of companywide marketing and business development initiatives. His unique ability to see things not as they are, but as they should be brings creativity and value to our organizational processes. Ross also serves as Regional Executive for Central Texas, responsible for the growth and business operations of our Austin and San Antonio offices. His technical expertise spans civil and structural engineering with an extensive knowledge in alternative delivery methods for complex healthcare, educational and commercial projects.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Acquisition of Urban Design Group and leading the marketing team.  I like building things, whether it’s buildings or groups of people, new business or expanding into new markets.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Family, church, and restoring vehicles and boats.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
Any golf course will do.

Abigail Bush, PE, CFM, ENV SP

Discipline Lead
Abigail Bush, PE, CFM, ENV SP

Discipline Lead

Abigail brings over 15 years of industry experience with expertise in water resources, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, floodplain management, sustainable design, and GIS. She has led several projects providing stream restoration, park construction, low impact development, permitting and utility coordination, and Envision certification. Abigail is a great community leader, currently serving on several boards and committees for community and professional organizations, including being elected to the Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Districts Board of Directors. Her familiarity with the Central Texas area combined with her focus on client collaboration, project management, and regional growth makes her a valuable resource to our clients.

Why did you choose this career?
My grandfather encouraged me to be an engineer at a very early age. He was an engineer, too!

Which Core Value do you identify with most?
Integrity - from it all other Core Values grow.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Hike, read, and play with my incredibly energetic kids.

Do you have a favorite holiday?
Christmas was my grandfather's favorite holiday and I caught the decorating bug from him. I inherited all of his decorations. My house is covered inside and out with holiday cheer immediately after Thanksgiving dinner is over!

What makes you laugh the most?
I come from a long line of jokers, so my family and kids definitely make me laugh the most. I often crack jokes and make light of things and never noticed how annoying it is. My oldest child is just like me, so I get it now!

Adam Brewster, PLA, ASLA

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate
Adam Brewster, PLA, ASLA

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate

Adam is best known for his ability to lead complex teams and develop specific creative design solutions for his clients. He has guided a wide range of projects from conceptual design through construction including municipal parks and aquatics centers; trails and streetscapes.

His extensive experience in both public and private sector projects gives him a unique perspective and ability to focus his design sensibilities and project management skills to balance community goals, social needs, and environmental demands while satisfying client objectives with innovative, creative, and cost effective solutions.

Adam's ability to engage stakeholders and gain consensus, coupled with his passion for the design process and attention to detail has afforded him the opportunity to lead complex technical teams for signature high impact projects.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
The African Savanna project is the most rewarding project on which I’ve ever been able to work because of the transformative nature of the design and its impact on the community. Few people realize that the site was previously a flat soccer field and it is now a must-see destination for visitors to Fort Worth. Our team of creative professionals was able to seamlessly integrate technical design solutions that enhance the visitors experience allowing them to view and interact with animals like never before.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Respect is critical to success in all aspects of life. On projects, a team working together with mutual attitude of respect can overcome any project challenges and will lead success for all parties involved.

How do you like to spend your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
I enjoy spending my free time with my wife and kids. Swimming and travelling are family favorites. We try to hit at least one major City, with a new Zoo and museum each year.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
There is no place I’d rather be than on the beach in Hawaii. I grew up in a military family and was fortunate to have spent four years of my life on Oahu. As youngsters, my brother and I got to live the island life, learning to surf and sail.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
As a kid I got a Visual Dictionary, a book that illustrates and labels every component of everything imaginable. You name it; Buildings, machines, space, earth, animals and people. I still flip through it occasionally and each time I do I learn something new.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Picked a snowball fight with the entire high school football team. I didn’t win, but I got away.

Adam Shaw

Chief of Parties
Adam Shaw

Chief of Parties

Adam Shaw is a Chief of Parties at Dunaway, whose role is to supervise and train field staff while ensuring that proper procedures and accurate reporting occurs. His effortless ability to lead and provide coordination to experienced survey crew chiefs while training newer staff members is vital to the continued growth of our survey department! Adam’s knowledge of survey equipment and best practices allow him to effectively play a key role in determining design, costs, planning processes, and even the feasibility of a potential project.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Attitude of Service. I feel that if you treat people with respect and honesty they will follow you, believe in you, and do what you may ask of them.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
We own some property so there is always something to mow, clear, trim and repair. I like to do woodworking, too. We also own a 103 year old house that I helped renovate.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
I am really fond of Italy. I lived in Naples for three years while my dad was stationed in the Army there. We travelled a lot, and I remember a lot. I went back to Rome on my honeymoon and saw some of the same things I recalled as a child.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
My three precious children and my wife.

What makes you laugh the most?
My wife. She is an actress with a really great sense of humor.

Alan Moore, RPLS

Survey Executive | Principal
Alan Moore, RPLS

Survey Executive | Principal

Alan brings many years of comprehensive experience in land surveying to Dunaway. He is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin University where he earned a degree in Geology and Geography. He is responsible for leading our land surveying department in the varied services currently offered. He’s also involved in the expansion of these services in geospatial technological advances, including the use of GIS, satellite imagery, LiDAR scanning, data manipulation and other new technologies. He has in-depth experience in right-of-way and boundary surveying, horizontal and vertical control surveying, and topographical surveying, completing more than 400 ALTA/ACSM land title surveys and more than 1,000 right-of-way/easement parcel acquisition surveys since becoming registered in 2002. Under his leadership, the survey team has received numerous accolades from satisfied clients for their speed, service and accuracy.

Anita Beard, PLA, ASLA

Discipline Lead | Associate
Anita Beard, PLA, ASLA

Discipline Lead | Associate

Anita Beard is an Associate and Landscape Architect with expertise in public and private sector design including trail system planning, athletic complexes, regional destination parks, community and neighborhood parks, streetscapes, and healthcare garden design. Her diverse range of skills contribute to all phases of a project from client engagement and programming, concept development, presentations, construction documents and construction administration. Anita has a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and minor in Urban and Regional Planning from Texas A&M University and started her Dunaway career as an intern in 2011.

Why did you choose this career?
I grew drawing and drafting dream homes, so I decided to take an AutoCAD class in High School. It piqued my interest, so I kept exploring the discipline of architecture. After visiting Texas A&M’s College of Architecture my senior year, I knew the landscape architecture program was for me; a perfect combination of design, ecology, construction, engineering and art.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Any one of the Cook Children’s projects. It is so rewarding to see the spaces we design being used by staff, visitors, patients, and even the therapy dogs!

What was your first job?
Making snow cones at the corner stand with my older sister! I was definitely not old enough to be working but I think it counts.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
After my grandmother passed away, my family gave me a stained-glass window hanging that hung in the window of her best family friend’s business in 1920’s downtown Weatherford, Texas. It is a simple, colorful, art deco piece, but rich with personal value and history.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Willingly hopped on the back of a stranger’s moped outside the Paris airport, praying he understood I needed to get to the train station in 15 minutes! I was so scared, but it was actually pretty thrilling.

Anne Werschky

Receptionist/HR Assistant
Anne Werschky

Receptionist/HR Assistant

Anne Werschky is often one of the first people our guests interact with when they call in or visit our corporate office– lucky for us, her warm demeanor and great personality make her the perfect person to establish the first impression of Dunaway. As a member of the HR department, Anne is also involved in organizing all internal company events, placing orders, and making sure our staff is supported.

Why did you choose this career?
I came from being in a school environment.  I taught for a while and then I worked in the office of a school.  I wasn’t really looking for this job, but I had been praying for an opportunity to find my ‘forever job’ should I say.  A job that I could see myself working at for the remaining life span of my career.  When I was presented the opportunity to be a part of the Dunaway family, I felt like my prayers had been answered.  I feel like I am where I belong, doing the work I enjoy and working with some amazing people.

Do you have a favorite holiday?
Thanksgiving.  It’s a day when family gets together, eats good food, way-to-much food, and watches football or just reflect on how blessed we are.  I just have always felt Thanksgiving was a day that focused on family.

Which Core Value do you identify with most?
I can identify with all, but if I had to pick one that I most identify with I would have to say Honesty and Attitude of Service.  I know that is two, but I feel strongly about both.  Honesty is something I expect from others just as I feel it is important for me to be honest with them.  Without it, I feel there is a lack of trust and without trust you don’t have much to build on.  Attitude of Service I feel is what people see first.  If you are upbeat, happy, and have a positive attitude in what you are doing; others not only see that, but it makes for a better environment to be in for all.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
Besides my husband, Sam, I would have to say my three boys, Sam Jr., Dalton, and Blaine.

What was your first job?
Sonic Drive-In back when the menu wasn’t so extensive, Tuesday Night’s special of 2 burgers, 2 fries, and 2 medium drinks was $4.99 and a large drink was 89¢…and that wasn't during Happy Hour!

Arron Law, PLA, ASLA

Landscape Architect
Arron Law, PLA, ASLA

Landscape Architect

Arron Law has experienced just about every aspect of the Landscape Architecture industry. Starting his career off in a residential design-build setting, he has advanced his career through the built environment and continues to bring new ideas and systems to the design profession.

Having built a strong foundation within the private sector, he understands that strong communication builds relationships and relationships drive the ship for a successful company. Now assisting the P+LA team, Arron brings his construction knowledge and relationship network with him to grow at Dunaway.

Why did you choose this career?
I honestly stumbled across Landscape Architecture. The career path presented itself to me and after studying more about it in college, I realized it was a great combination/balance of business and design.

Which Core Value do you identify with most?
Although all the Core Values are important, I feel responsiveness stand out the most. Communication is key to relationship building within our industry. To build good rapport with clients, I have realized that open, honest, and timely communication is vital.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
In my spare time I enjoy working out and staying active. Anything that involves friends and family is at the top of my list. My hobbies include attending Texas country concerts, fishing, and taking my son to different parks.

What makes you laugh the most?
My son. He can come up with some of the funniest things to say and do. He loves life and can make just about anyone have a good laugh.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Running away from home when I was little… I only made it down the street.

Ashley Lewis, PLA, ASLA

Landscape Architect
Ashley Lewis, PLA, ASLA

Landscape Architect

Ashley Lewis is a newly licensed Landscape Architect known for her creatively detailed designs. She has spent the majority of her career assisting in the design process, construction document development, and construction administration for the expansion of the Fort Worth Zoo. Notable projects at the Fort Worth Zoo include the African Savannah giraffe feeding deck and predators exhibit currently under design. Ashley was also instrumental in the design of Andrew Brown Park in Coppell, Dallas Spraygrounds, and Chisholm Aquatics Center in Hurst.

Why did you choose this career?
Honestly, I feel like landscape architecture chose me. Growing up, I loved to draw and felt a strong connection with nature but I didn’t know what I wanted to be. It wasn’t until high school when I took an architectural graphics class that I learned about landscape architectures. I feel like the design and spaces we create in the landscape can inspire people and have them view the space around them in a different light.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
I identify with attitude of service. I feel like I am always willing to learn more things and I assist my project managers on any project in the best way I can with a positive attitude.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
The Fort Worth Zoo is my favorite project. Being able to work not only with contractors and a very unique client but also zookeepers and the staff that runs the zoo is great. It is different than most projects, not only at Dunaway, but at any landscape architecture firm. You have to think about the people accessing the space and how they view the animals but also think about the animals and their needs and unique characteristics. When the African Savanna (Phase 1) opened in April 2018 that was one of the most rewarding experiences. Being able to see the construction of a project from start to finish and having people experience the space you designed is my favorite part of my job.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
In my spare time I like go bowling, play basketball, and work out. I have played sports since I was 4 years old, so I like to stay active. An interesting hobby I have is that I used to sing and play the fiddle in a country band with my dad.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, Scotland. I visited Edinburgh last year in August with my fiancé. We hiked Arthur’s Seat after walking across the city and climbed to the very top. The hike took about an hour. It was definitely a tough hike, but the view at the top was worth it.

Austin Carr, PE

Discipline Lead
Austin Carr, PE

Discipline Lead

Austin Carr is a discipline lead with Dunaway’s Civil Engineering group. Since joining Dunaway in 2011, Austin has provided design services on multiple projects in Fort Worth and throughout the DFW metroplex, including various projects at the Will Rogers Memorial Center campus, Frost Tower, and The Dickies Arena. He has provided design services for projects involving water, sanitary sewer, storm drain, utility relocation coordination, and grading/drainage design.

Why did you choose this career?
I chose civil engineering because of the impact our projects make on the citizens and community in which we live and work. It’s rewarding to see projects completed and to cultivate professional relationships through the development process as well.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
The Dickies Arena project has been a great experience. The project presented several unique engineering challenges and involved coordination of over 20 different consultants from across the country. The facility will truly be world-class. The impact of this project on Fort Worth and the surrounding communities will be shared for years to come.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
I am a big golfer. I love to get out on the course for a few hours and enjoy the challenge the game presents.

What makes you laugh the most?
My group of friends. We always have a great time when we get together.

Barry Hudson, AICP, CNU-A

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate
Barry Hudson, AICP, CNU-A

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate

Barry Hudson is a firm Associate and Senior Discipline Lead in Dunaway’s Planning + Landscape Architecture group who has worked with more than 100 Texas cities. He has a specialized focus in land development projects with project experience in community development, mixed-use master plans, single-family residential developments, multi-family residential developments, parks, and recreation facilities. Barry’s experience includes contributing land planning expertise to engineering development teams in the areas of site design, municipal requirements, zoning and platting processing, and coordinating development issues with adjacent property owners.

Why did you choose this career?
I want to make difference in the built environment, to contribute to the quality of life of people in Fort Worth, North Texas, and beyond. I started out in architecture but discovered planning, and chose to design more than a single building or site and affect the larger community.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Walsh Ranch. The opportunity to work for an extended period on a project of its size, scope, and diversity in its planning stages was important. This early planning set the foundation for multiple quality neighborhoods in west Fort Worth.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
Racquetball is at the top of the list along with time with family (wife, daughters, sons-in-law, and grandchildren). I also enjoy playing Bridge with long-time scouting friends and collecting historic Fort Worth postcards.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
The guidance of the scoutmasters and assistant scoutmasters of my Boy Scout troop, by providing good male role models for me after my father passed away at an early age.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
I am conservative on risk taking, but I guess skiing the black diamond slopes or kayaking whitewater rapids.

Ben Wright, CPA, MBA

Chief Financial Officer | Associate Principal
Ben Wright, CPA, MBA

Chief Financial Officer | Associate Principal

Ben Wright is an Associate Principal and serves as Dunaway's Chief Financial Officer. His previous experience includes managing all financial aspects of the $270 million financial institution, Icon Credit Union, out of Boise, Idaho. Ben has already proven himself a valuable asset to the company and plays a critical role in our projected growth.

Why did you choose this career?
I met a CPA in my teenage years that left a strong impression with me.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Preparing the 2019 Budget. I enjoyed the interactions and collaboration with all the various departments.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
Spending time with family and friends at the lake, church service, movies, travel, and sports (football, basketball, golf, water and snow skiing, swimming, etc.)

What's the best gift you've ever received?
A Valentine’s trip with my wife to New York City.

What was your first job?
Cleaning bathrooms and offices at a furniture mill when I was 11 years old.

Boon Newsom, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate
Boon Newsom, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate

Boon Newsom, PE is a firm Associate and a Senior Discipline Lead in the structural engineering group in Central Texas. He brings extensive project management experience in concrete, steel, wood and masonry structural systems, and in all phases of project delivery, including early planning and schematic design, production of construction documents, and construction administration services. Boon excels leading projects of all sizes, ranging from small retail and office buildings, to moderately sized religious and educational facilities, to large, complex hospitality, mixed use, industrial, and sports projects.

Why did you choose this career?
I’ve always been fascinated with the way things are built, particularly bridges and buildings. I was the kid that would go on vacation and waste a whole roll of film taking pictures of the cool bridge we just went over, or I would go to a sporting event and spend half the time looking up at the roof trusses of the arena. Plus, I was always pretty good at math and physics, so that helped.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I love playing golf, hunting, and fishing. However, I also have three kids under the age of 7, so I don’t really know what spare time is…

What was your first job?
In high school I was a life guard at the local pool. Great hours, and the best tan I’ve ever had in my life!

What makes you laugh the most?
Watching my two-year-old dance and (try to) sing along to Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars is pretty hilarious!

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
I went skydiving once. I also willingly decided to have a third baby when we already had a two and a four-year-old. So, I’d say it’s a toss-up.

Brian Adkins, PE

Senior Project Engineer
Brian Adkins, PE

Senior Project Engineer

Brian Adkins is a Senior Project Engineer at Dunaway with more than two decades of experience in the planning, design, and cost estimation for major and minor highway projects in Texas. He is TxDOT pre-certified and has worked on several highway projects providing design plans, profiles, signing, typical sections, modeling, and cross-sections. Brian has also worked on several rail projects where he has developed site plans and detention ponds. As a project manager he has prepared construction plans and documents, in addition to performing hydrological studies and permitting.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
I think my favorite Dunaway project to work on was the Walsh Ranch Parkway project because it was my very first project I worked on when I came to Dunaway.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
In my spare time I like to spend time with my family. I also like to play the piano when I get home from work as it’s a good way to de-stress after a long commute. My hobbies include collecting Movie Serial items and also model railroading.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
I love traveling across the country and seeing new places, especially the National Parks. However, my favorite place in the world is home.

What makes you laugh the most?
Probably watching any Three Stooges comedy.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
One year as a counselor at Texoma Youth Camp, they were having a bonfire and it got out of control. Fire was heading straight toward a full gasoline tank. I probably should have run away, but my buddy and I ran with brooms towards the gas tank to put out the fire before it reached the gas tank.

Brian Bowden, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate
Brian Bowden, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate

Brian is a firm Associate and serves as a Senior Discipline Lead within Dunaway’s structural team. He specializes in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) while successfully managing over $900 million in Fast-Track Design Build projects. He received a Master of Science in Structural Engineering where he focused on advanced topics in concrete design and analysis. He has designed and managed multiple complex projects within the healthcare, commercial, hospitality and industrial sectors.

Why did you choose this career?
I was always curious how things were built growing up. I would find myself disassembling items around the house and putting them back together. In high school, I had the opportunity to spend a summer assisting in building a house from the concrete foundation all the way up to completing the roof. That pretty much sealed my decision to go into Structural Engineering.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Responsiveness would be the value I identify with the most. The second someone emails or calls I feel the need to answer their question as soon as possible so that I’m not the critical path.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Bouldin Creek Commons Office Building in Austin, Texas. This project was a multi-tiered 5-story cast-in-place office building over garage with many challenging structural design aspects. It was also a very coordinated project team that allowed for very productive and collaborative meetings.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
I travelled to Germany a few years back and really enjoyed Munich. It would be one of my top international cities to live in if I had the opportunity.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
Red Ryder BB gun

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
I got up to 75mph while downhill snow skiing.

What's the best piece of advice you have ever received?
"You’ll shoot your eye out."

Brooks Baca, PE

Regional Executive | Principal
Brooks Baca, PE

Regional Executive | Principal

Brooks Baca provides direction and leadership to Dunaway’s West Texas practice. In addition, he is a Principal and has more than 15 years of diversified experience. His work includes coordination of site development through clients, city entities, architects, and MEP engineers. Brooks is effective in deploying people, methods and direction to meet clients’ needs through efficiency and reliability with a profitable budget. Brook’s expertise includes constructability reviews in which he served as an independent reviewer of construction documents to determine soundness of design, integration of project elements, and cost savings where possible.

Which Dunaway Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Sense of Urgency – Money is Time, Time is Money.

What’s your favorite holiday and why?
Halloween – I like ghosts and goblins and everything spooky.

What makes you laugh the most?
My kids!

Bryan Mask, PLA, ASLA

Regional Manager | Associate Principal
Bryan Mask, PLA, ASLA

Regional Manager | Associate Principal

As a Regional Manager for Central Texas, Bryan Mask leads multi-discipline teams that include civil engineers, landscape architects, and structural engineers. Bryan’s focus is developing sustainable, low impact projects that maintain the natural beauty of Central and South Texas. He strives to provide the high standard of quality and client interaction that Dunaway has and developing new relationships.

Bryan’s youth was spent on the farm/ranch in South Texas. This connection with the land guided his professional career towards landscape architecture. His local knowledge of plant material and construction methods gained on the farm helped shape the base of knowledge that he has added to over the past 20 years.

Why did you choose this career?
Growing up on a farm, I had an interest in the land. I was also influenced by an art teacher in high school. I followed the art interest to college and found Landscape Architecture within the college of agriculture. This degree gave me the opportunity to draw art in the landscape.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Rodeo, Rodeo, Rodeo…  We are a rodeo family! The parents used to compete and now the kids have taken the reins. We travel all over the Southwest going to rodeos and plan all of our vacations around them. Our Rodeo Family also includes a great group of friends.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
1972 Corvette when I was 16 years old. A 16-year-old boy and a corvette - enough said.

Caleb Milligan, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate Principal
Caleb Milligan, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate Principal

Caleb Milligan is a Discipline Lead and Lead Roundabout Engineer in Dunaway’s civil engineering group. Caleb served as a project manager and lead design engineer on Charles Street and Mockingbird Drive Roundabout and Park Vista Boulevard; two award winning projects selected by the American Public Works Association, Texas Chapter for Transportation Project of the Year for 2017 and 2018 (respectively).

Since joining Dunaway, Caleb has been an active member in the Fort Worth Chapter of TSPE, serving as a board member for several years, and was awarded the chapter’s 2015 Young Engineer of the Year. Caleb is a graduate of Leadership Fort Worth’s Leading Edge 2018 Class, and also enjoys volunteering with local community charities which include Cuisine for Healing, CANstruction, Habitat for Humanity, and ACE Mentor Program.

Why did you choose this career?
I’ve always been fascinated with the greatness of man-made structures including buildings and bridges and how these ideas when brought to life can provide for the needs of humanity and the world.

How do you like to spend your spare time?
I enjoy golfing and fishing in my spare time. Most recently I’ve been able to travel to Alabama to play golf on the Robert Trent Jones golf trail on seven different courses. I’ve also been able to fly fish on some great waters around the U.S. including Missoula, Montana, Eugene, Oregon and Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
I would say the love and support of my parents is the most gift I’m most grateful for.

What was your first job?
I grew up working on my Dad’s thoroughbred race horse training center wherein my primary duties were maintenance of equipment, mowing, watering the track, and hauling hay.

Candace Craig, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate
Candace Craig, PE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate

Candace Craig has over 20 years experience in the design and review of site plans and construction documents for a variety of projects in the Austin area. She is very knowledgeable in transportation design and planning issues including multi-modal design, accessibility, and traffic planning. Her previous work experience includes six years as a traffic engineer in the transportation department for the City of Austin. Her experience working on large public sector projects required complex coordination with multiple stakeholders, consultants, and contractors. Her familiarity with the City of Austin’s GIS database and its use in project analysis is a valuable resource in research and feasibility studies to our clients.

Why did you choose this career?
There was a need for more women in engineering, and I liked that it would be challenging.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Integrity – Having integrity feels good.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Alliance Children’s Garden because it is the last element of a multi-phase project I worked on as an EIT 20 years ago. Alliance Children’s Garden part of Butler Park which also includes the Palmer Events Center and the Long Center. It is satisfying seeing the site changed from a massive sea of pavement and aging buildings into event venue, musical/theatre center, and play areas that serve the community.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Spending time with family and friends, baking, and listening to podcasts.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
Hawaii – Maui is paradise

What's the best gift you've ever received?
My mother, my husband, and children.

What was your first job?
Attendant at an open-air gift shop. It was miserable in the heat of the summer and cold, windy days of the winter, I had to work every non-school day, including holidays, and unpaid because I worked for my parents.

What makes you laugh the most?
Listening to my kids talk to each other.

Casey Horne

Graduate Engineer
Casey Horne

Graduate Engineer

Casey Horne obtained his B.S. In Architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Towards the end of his program, he recognized his true passion was how the building worked structurally as opposed to its esthetic looks. Soon after his degree, he moved East to Houston where he worked full time for SCA Consulting Engineers and a full-time student going to night school at the University of Texas – Tyler (Houston Branch). Casey’s design experience includes steel, tilt-wall, masonry, and elevated concrete. Most of his experience was gained through low-rise steel and tilt-wall structures with over 60 designed car dealerships, banks, storage buildings, and retail centers.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Attitude of service. I’ve come to learn that a big part of this industry is based on client relationships. If we don’t serve that client with the upmost respect, urgency, honesty, and responsiveness that client can easily find another consultant who will. Building these relationships is the foundation of continued inflow of work. It also has the potential to lead to friendships down the road.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
In my spare time I try to spend as much time outdoors with my wife (Shayne) and dog (Olly). We enjoy hiking, swimming, fishing, wakeboarding, and paddle boarding just to name a few things.

What was your first job?
The first one that comes to mind was when I was 5 – 6 years old my dad payed me $20 for every wheelbarrow full of rocks I picked up on our property. I think I made $10.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
It was Christmas 1997 and Santa graciously delivered a red Murray go-cart… I was so jazzed up I immediately took it for a spin with my cousin. Thirty seconds into the ride I crashed into a tree and bent the front axle. Needless to say, Santa wasn’t pleased. However, we fixed it up, and I won’t ever forget the excitement I had receiving that gift. Go Santa!

What’s your favorite holiday and why?
Thanksgiving. Lots of food… That’s why. Oh, and family eating lots of food is entertaining to watch.

Chad Stewart, PE

Project Engineer
Chad Stewart, PE

Project Engineer

Chad Stewart is a Project Engineer with Dunaway's Civil team. He has extensive experience in design, drafting, and project management support for private, retail, and public projects. Chad supports designs for grading, drainage, paving, utilities, and virtually all aspects of retail development.

Chance LeBlanc, AICP

Planner
Chance LeBlanc, AICP

Planner

Chance LeBlanc has extensive experience in Civil Design and Urban Planning which includes a wide range of projects from parks and recreation to transportation, commercial, institutional, industrial and residential facilities. His responsibilities include generating construction drawings that reflect the design of utilities, paving and site grading for various commercial and subdivision projects. He has also prepared watershed and sanitary sewer impact analysis studies for various types of projects. Assist in the preparation of conceptual, preliminary and detailed urban designs, site layouts and supporting materials for master planning and urban development projects. Additionally, he has prepared, with approval, various types of plats and survey exhibits.

Why did you choose this career?
Whilst I may not have taken the ‘traditional’ career path into urban planning, I am glad I took on previous roles because it led me to where I am now. Through the experience and skills I gained previously, it gave me the opportunity to really determine my niche and find where my strengths could excel.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Dickie’s Arena, due to its’ sheer size and its future historical significance to the City of Fort Worth.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
Collecting vinyl albums.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
Fort Worth

What was your first job?
I was a parts delivery driver for a car dealership.

Chris Akin, GISP

GIS Manager
Chris Akin, GISP

GIS Manager

Chris Akin manages Dunaway’s GIS division and has almost two decades of experience in the development and management of geospatial projects, strategies, and processes. His strategic and technical expertise allows him to seamlessly act as a liaison between clients, technical specialists, and senior management.

Chris received a Bachelor’s in Geography with a GIS emphasis degree from Texas A&M University and a Master’s in GIS for Business and Service Planning from the University of Leeds in England. He is a certified GIS Professional (GISP) and is the Chairman and President of the Texas Chapter of URISA, the professional association of GIS practitioners whose mission is to advance the effective and appropriate use of GIS and related information technologies to solve organizational challenges.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
I really enjoy working with our customers who are just beginning to learn the value of applying GIS to their organizations, as well as those who are looking to take their GIS to the next level. To see the lightbulbs go off on those “Ah-ha!” moments when a client starts to see how enabling information access, in this case through a spatial context, can start to drive intelligent business decisions.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I still play Ultimate Frisbee. In fact, that’s how I met my wife! I’m still playing after 20 years, and although I’m the old slow guy out there, I still love it.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
A few, and they’re all tied to my travels. Hitchhiking around the world – Ireland, Scotland, New Zealand. Just sticking out the thumb and hoping for the best! Also bungee jumping out of a gondola 430 feet above the ground in Switzerland definitely counts!

Chris Biggers, PE, LEED AP

Senior Engagement Manager | Principal
Chris Biggers, PE, LEED AP

Senior Engagement Manager | Principal

Chris Biggers brings expertise gained in executing integrated site development for over 100 Wal-Mart projects across the Southwest. Due to knowledge gained with large, complex, multi-disciplined retail and commercial assignments, he has a reputation for top notch project management, quality and cost control, and keen insight in keeping projects on track. He serves as Principal-In-Charge of the firms’ retail assignments, and is highly skilled in design of water, sanitary sewer, and drainage systems, as well as site planning, entitlement, and construction administration. He is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), a certification initially launched by the Soil and Water Conservation Society to qualify individuals with expertise in best practices, planning, and design related to sediment and erosion control.

Why did you choose this career?
I have always loved construction and seeing how things are made or go together. Civil Engineering seemed like a good field to be involved with these at the early stages of projects and play a major part in projects that would help make a long-term difference for communities.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
My wife and my children, followed by the opportunity from the Tom, Tom, and Toby (the 3 T’s) to become an owner at Dunaway amongst a great group of guys in 2009. Then probably my Super Nintendo from Santa in 1991.

What makes you laugh the most?
My kids and The Office.

Chris Vadala

Corporate Development Executive | Associate Principal
Chris Vadala

Corporate Development Executive | Associate Principal

As Corporate Development Executive, Chris Vadala is responsible for business development and the implementation of value creation processes to support growth initiatives throughout the state. His career includes over 20 years of leadership in business planning and an extensive network of long-lasting relationships. Chris aligns strategy, capabilities, and new ideas to help identify and capture opportunities for Dunaway. He received a Civil Engineering degree with an emphasis in Structural Engineering from Texas Tech University. Prior to attending college, Chris served honorably in the US Navy aboard the USS Constellation.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
Integrity, because if you lose that the others don’t matter, and Respect because how you treat others shows your true colors.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I love to spend time with my family, watch my son play baseball, my daughter play tennis and act, and drinking wine on a cool spring day with my wife.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
Tuscany, Italy - not a Taco Bell in sight! Breckenridge in the summer isn't bad, either.

What’s your favorite holiday and why?
Christmas! It’s the birth of Christ and I love the excitement my teenage kids still have, not to mention watching my wife glow when she opens gifts.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Fight a massive fire on an aircraft carrier while out to sea.

What's the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Don’t wait to have kids until you can afford them, because you never will.

Cindy Arambula

Graduate Engineer
Cindy Arambula

Graduate Engineer

Cindy Arambula is a Graduate Engineer in our Structural Department. After her time in the Army, Cindy attended the University of California San Diego. From a young age, she was drawn to the design of structures. As a Graduate Engineer, she focuses on assisting project engineers on a variety of project and material types, including tilt wall, steel, and load bearing CMU.

Why did you choose this career?
It all started in 5th grade. It was career day, and we had some architects come in. I fell in love with the idea of designing buildings; however, I fell more in love with the idea of solving problems, which is why I went to school for engineering. Unfortunately, due to military life, I have had to take some alternate routes. I’m a firm believer that it is not about how you get there as long as you make it!

Where is your favorite place in the world?
My favorite place in the world is wherever my children are.

What makes you laugh the most?
My childrens' laughter… it is so contagious! There is nothing better than to see their sweet little faces cracking up!

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
I used to think that the most daring thing I ever did was join the Armed Forces; but it was surviving my deployment to Iraq. I was tested in ways that I never thought I would be.

Cody Jones

Graduate Engineer
Cody Jones

Graduate Engineer

Cody Jones is a Graduate Engineer in Dunaway's Austin office. Having graduated with a civil engineering degree from Texas A&M University, Cody came on full time after serving as a Technical Intern with our Structural team since the Summer of 2018. Combining his forte for math and physics, he has put his talents to good use working on a multitude of structural projects in Texas and across the US.

Why did you choose this career?
I grew up working with my dad who is a residential contractor/fence contractor. I always enjoyed working on jobs with him and tended to look at our jobs in an analytical way. Combining that with my knack for math and physics (and my desire to stop working for my dad in the Texas heat), I chose structural engineering as it was the type of engineering that I found most interesting.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
I can’t think of one specific project, but I have worked on a ton of Panera Breads and I enjoy working on those. While they are all very similar, there always tend to be a couple of unique details in each project that I enjoy figuring out.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I enjoy going to different restaurants and breweries with my girlfriend and our miniature schnauzer, Odie.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
So far, I haven’t been able to travel much at all, but the top of my travel list is Italy. I would love to see the architecture of Rome and I plan to go as soon as I am able.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
My college degree. I was lucky enough to have parents that were able to mostly pay for my college expenses so I will be able to graduate with very minimal debt and I am so very grateful for that.

Colleen Patrick

HR Generalist
Colleen Patrick

HR Generalist

Colleen Patrick comes to Dunaway with 10 years of experience in Human Recourses. She is particularly experienced in payroll, benefits, and compliance. Her passion is working with employees. Colleen is currently working on her SPHR Certification and is an active member of many prominent HR organizations including the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Fort Worth HR.

Why did you choose this career?
I wanted to work in a department that plays a crucial role in its organization. I love working with people and find satisfaction in helping others.

Which Core Value do you identify most with and why?
My Dad taught me to have high morals and I identify most with Honesty, Integrity and Respect. It’s about being real with yourself and others about who you are, and what you want. Ultimately, they are all important values that I strive to use every day!

Where is your favorite place in the world?
The Beach! Walking on sand and watching the waves has an extremely calming effect on me and surely one of the top reasons I love the beach. Not to mention the amazing sunsets - just breathtaking! It is also a great time for self-refection and introspection.

What’s your favorite holiday and why?
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it is a time for family to spend time together, eat a bunch of delicious food, and just be thankful we are alive, healthy, and able to be together.

Cristian Alonso, EIT

Graduate Engineer
Cristian Alonso, EIT

Graduate Engineer

Cristian Alonso is a Graduate Engineer who began his professional career as an Intern here at Dunaway. After passing his PE exam, he is expected to receive his Professional Engineers accreditation and continue his career as a Civil Engineer. The cornerstone of Cristian’s work has been traffic impact studies for existing and proposed developments, simulation for large complex roadway networks, and signal/illumination design for both public and private clients. The clients he has work for include municipalities and organizations such as the City of Fort Worth, City of Arlington, Texas Christian University, Cook Children’s Hospital, and several private developers all over Texas.

Why did you choose this career?
I originally wanted to do more of career focus on People such as HR or Marketing but my teachers encourage me to do Engineering. I very quickly found out that the focal point of engineering, especially civil engineering, is the people. I find it very rewarding to have the work that I do be utilized by people and serve as part of the backbone of society.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
I have really enjoyed being part of the team working on Safe Routes to School in Fort Worth and Arlington. It was one of the first projects that I helped with as an intern and have continued to work on as a full-time employee. It is a huge, fun, and unique project that has given me a lot of indispensable experience. At the same time, this project allows me to give back to the community and address safety concerns. Who wouldn’t feel happy and proud to work on a project that increases the safety of children?

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
I volunteer a lot of my free time with oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). oSTEM is a non-profit professional association that advocats for LGBTQ+ people in the STEM field. Our goal is to support, advocate, educated, connect, and overall empower LGBTQ people within our over 90 student chapters at colleges/universities and professional chapters. I help co-founded the Texas A&M Chapter, then started working on conference logistics planning, became the regional coordinator, and have now moved up to oversee all student membership as Director of Student Membership.

What makes you laugh the most?
A really well-done pun, a very clever comeback, or hanging out with my younger sisters.

Daniel Michulka, SIT

Senior Survey Technician
Daniel Michulka, SIT

Senior Survey Technician

Daniel Michulka has over three decades of experience in all aspects of land surveying, including topographic and boundary surveys, design surveys for roadway and utility improvements, the establishment of horizontal and vertical control, GPS surveys, and construction staking. He is familiar with the most advanced techniques and technologies employed in the land surveying profession. He is responsible for assisting in the effective management and coordination of field survey crews using sophisticated robotic station and GPS equipment.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
Hiking and fishing

Where is your favorite place in the world?
The beach

What makes you laugh the most?
Going to a comedy club

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Snow skiing

What's the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Someone once told me that to have job security, you should “walk fast and look worried”. But seriously, “honesty is the best policy”.

Daniel Tremper, PE

Engagement Manager | Associate Principal
Daniel Tremper, PE

Engagement Manager | Associate Principal

Daniel Tremper serves as Engagement Manager in our civil engineering group with extensive experience in water and wastewater capital improvement infrastructure design, land development design and planning, water and wastewater modeling, water transmission pipeline design, elevated tank design and rehabilitation, sanitary sewer lift station design and pump selection, roadway design, drainage design, site grading, and City Engineering development and review services.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
I really enjoyed working on the Park Vista Blvd project when I first started at Dunaway. It was fairly complex and had a little bit of every discipline contributing.

What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?
I love being outdoors and enjoying nature. I go snake hunting every year with my Dad, but catch-n-release like bass fishing!

What’s your favorite holiday?
I love Christmas, because it’s Christmas! No explanation needed.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
Get married while I still had 2-years of college left to complete.

Darrell Howard, Jr., PE

Discipline Lead
Darrell Howard, Jr., PE

Discipline Lead

Darrell Howard, a Discipline Lead in Dunaway’s Civil Engineering group, began his career with a focus on hydrology and hydraulics, and water quality analysis. His then developed into being the lead in design, analysis, and plan production most of his career. Darrell has worked on projects ranging from master planned communities, commercial/retail civil design, assisted living/memory care facilities, roadways, parks, single family detached developments, multi-family sites, and mixed-use developments. Darrell currently provides consulting services to developers, directs the design of public facilities, and processes the design plans through municipalities. Darrell focuses on economical designs that meet the needs of the client and project as well as maintaining a consistent level of communication of project status to the client and governing city.

Why did you choose this career?
It seemed to be a stable industry during my college years, and I have an interest in science and math. It has proved to be a good career.

What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have any interesting hobbies?
In my spare time I spend time with my twins. I am also an active investor in the stock market.

Where is your favorite place in the world?
I enjoy being around bodies of water, and in and around natural areas like beaches or parks.

What's the best gift you've ever received?
A set of twins: a boy and a girl!

What makes you laugh the most?
At this time, it’s the TV show Impractical Jokers.

Dennis Dearing

Senior Civil Designer
Dennis Dearing

Senior Civil Designer

Dennis has over 30 years of experience in the field of Civil Engineering as a draftsman, CAD Technician, and civil designer. His experience includes production and design in transportation, traffic control, traffic signals, utility and roadway engineering, site development and light rail. Dennis has produced plans for major clients such as Fedex, TxDOT, the City of Fort Worth, the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, the San Antonio Water System, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Fort Worth Transportation Authority, and the Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority.

Why did you choose this career?
I was invited to speak in front of a San Antonio ASCE meeting after I placed 4th overall at the Alamo Area Regional Science Fair in high school. After doing my presentation, I studied Electrical/Mechanical Drafting and Design at TSTI (now TSTC). The San Antonio District Design Engineer offered me a job at TxDOT and I started learning civil design there.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I enjoy being outside and spending time in Nature.

What makes you laugh the most?
People, and the situations we find ourselves in. And how we get back out.

What’s the most daring thing you have ever done?
I “borrowed” a Federal Signal siren head that had come from a retired Game Warden patrol car from my Dad’s garage when I was 16 years old. We put it in my friend’s car for Halloween.

What's the best piece of advice you have ever received?
My father told me when I left my parents’ house for technical school to enjoy the time I had ahead of me, because it wasn’t going to come around twice. He also warned me not to enjoy it so much that I had to call him for bail money.

Don Sansom, PE

Senior Discipline Lead
Don Sansom, PE

Senior Discipline Lead

Don's experience includes civil engineering design and project management for office, retail, and industrial parks; single and multi-family developments; retirement and assisted living projects; and institutional facilities including schools, universities and other governmental buildings. He has extensive experience with master-planned communities, regional commercial centers, urban infill projects, and regional infrastructure improvements. His particular areas of expertise include due diligence studies, regulatory compliance, utility design, construction documents, assistance in bidding and contract negotiation, and construction administration services.

Don Szczesny, PE, PTOE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate
Don Szczesny, PE, PTOE

Senior Discipline Lead | Associate

Don has more than 30 years of experience in traffic studies, operations and design for urban street and freeway systems, as well as system-wide planning applications. He is a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer and has extensive knowledge of parking studies and design. Don is well-versed in TxDOT requirements and funding mechanisms, and holds TxDOT pre-certifications in Feasibility Studies, Major Investment Studies, Traffic Engineering Studies, Traffic Signal Timing, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Signal Pavement Marketing and Signalization. He also is experienced in the planning, operations, and design of roundabouts and other traffic calming devices.

Why did you choose this career?
I chose this career to help the citizens deal with congestion issues typically faced in an urban environment. If I can arrive at a solution that helps myself in my daily travels, it will help others as well.

What has been your favorite Dunaway project to work on and why?
Walsh Ranch – when I first started at Dunaway the planning phase for Walsh Ranch was well underway and the design phase was starting to ramp up. I enjoyed working on the various aspects of a large development and assisting in the design of the infrastructure currently in place.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
In my spare time, I like to chill out and watch reality or DIY shows on TV. I am also an avid DIY’er; I like to do my own home and automobile improvements and, occasionally, basic woodworking in my 16’ x 24’ workshop.

What’s your favorite holiday?
Christmas, the celebration of the birthday of my Lord and Savior – Jesus Christ

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