Blaylock, Bartels Named Lead Technical Professionals
Lead Technical Professionals (LTP) contribute to our Continuous Improvement by focusing on improving the technical quality of our projects and helping to grow our technical expertise. Each LTP oversees the program within their Practice and meets regularly with other LTPs to coordinate the work of the different Practices so it aligns with the Technical Excellence Program’s mission and our LEADS value to Deliver Quality.
We are pleased to announce Dustin Blaylock, PE, as the new Lead Technical Professional for the Transportation Practice and Pete Bartels, PE, as the new Lead Technical Professional for Facilities.
Dustin brings extensive expertise in transportation engineering, project and construction management, and roadway reconditioning improvements. He has led projects involving hydrological and hydraulic studies, interstate access justification studies, and urban streetscape design in Texas. He also has worked on projects in Oklahoma and North Carolina.
Dustin’s 14 years of experience also provides deep understanding and expertise ranging from infrastructure design and urban village streetscape development, to project coordination with the Texas Department of Transportation. He received his bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington and is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Texas, certified in Local Government Project Procedures.
Pete is an Associate who provides a range of expertise in structural engineering, diverse material types, and site visits and observation of construction work. With 22 years of experience, he has technical expertise that includes design of concrete structures for water and wastewater treatment plants, pump stations and water transmission pipelines, and structural and retaining wall analysis and design.
He received his bachelor’s in Civil Engineering and his master’s in Structural Engineering from West Virginia University. He is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Texas, Alabama, Louisiana, Minnesota, Georgia, North Carolina, New Mexico and Oklahoma.