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M&S Engineering, L.L.C. Hires Thomas N. Turk as Transportation Manager


Turk brings 30 years of engineering experience to lead M&S transportation division

Spring Branch, TX (PRWEB) October 24, 2012

M & S Engineering, L.L.C. would like to welcome Thomas N. Turk, P.E. as Transportation Manager. Tom has 30 years of engineering experience, mostly in the area of roadway development in the State of Texas. He has participated in projects that encompass nearly every stage of project development including feasibility studies, schematic development, NEPA, public involvement, design (PS&E), right-of-way acquisition, bidding phase, construction administration and program management.

Tom has participated in hundreds of successfully completed roadway related project assignments including traditional design-bid-build and alternative design-build project delivery. He has acquired considerable knowledge of the various disciplines involved in roadway development including surveying and mapping, traffic, roadway design, hydraulics, environmental, bridge/structures, geotechnical and utilities. Tom served and collaborated with a number of public agencies and private entities involved in roadway development including toll road authorities, the Texas Department of Transportation, counties, municipalities, utility companies, regulatory agencies (federal, state and local), consultants, contractors and developers.

Previously, Tom spent 23 years with Lockwood, Andrews and Newman, Inc. where he was the Transportation Business Group Director and Vice President.

Tom has a B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University and has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas since 1987.

Tom and his wife Laura live in Bulverde, Texas and have two children. Their son John works for Zachry constructing a power plant in Virginia and Megan is a senior at Baylor University. Tom enjoys his time outdoors and is a skilled mountain biker.

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