Jones|Carter is pleased to announce its selection as a Prime Provider for a two-year, $2 million TxDOT Indefinite Deliverable Contract (IDC) to perform surveying services for the TxDOT Houston District.
This win marks the fourth IDC the Jones|Carter TxDOT Survey Team has won as Prime since the Teams inception in June of 2016. Led by Division Manager Gary Bowes and Department Manager Jibrael Ahmad, there are currently 12 people on this steadily-growing team developed with the specific focus of providing surveying services to TxDOT.
We are always looking for well-qualified individuals to join our Surveying team. If you are interested in a career at Jones|Carter, please visit our Careers page or Contact Us page. You can also view some of our related Surveying projects on our Survey projects page.
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Jones|Carter is pleased to announce that four individuals have been elected shareholders of the firm. We are proud to have them as leaders and we are excited to have them as partners of the firm.
Kara Heasley, PE, LEED AP, who is the Deparment Manager of Land Development at Jones|Carter, has been awarded the 2018 TSPE Bexar County Engineer of the Year award. Heasley is the first woman and the youngest recipient of the award. The Jones|Carter team would like to congratulate Heasley on her major accomplishment. Her Innovate thinking and dedication has put her in the forefront of our industry, and we are proud and honored to have Heasley as a part of the Jones|Carter team.
Heasley will be recognized at the annual TSPE Engineer of the Year Banquet on February 24th, 2018.
Amoung Heasley’s recent accomplishments, she was honored for her work on the Canyons at Scenic Loop project, which was published in the Parade of Homes in 2017.
Kara Heasley Honored with Engineer of the Year Award
Rebekah is part of the Hydrology and Hydraulics Practice at Jones|Carter and has been with the company for almost 10 years. Congratulations Rebekah on all of your achievements! We are so proud to have you on the JC team!
Rebekah Campbell, PE, CFM, is a Project Engineer at Jones|Carter in Houston. Rebekah joined the Hydrology and Hydraulics Practice at Jones|Carter after graduating from the University of Evansville in 2008 where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. She is a licensed Professional Engineer and a Certified Floodplain Manager in Texas. Her experience includes analysis of storm sewer systems, detention basin and channel design, Low Impact Development analysis and design, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) submittals, and grant assistance projects with NRCS and FEMA.
Rebekah is an active member of TSPE.
She currently serves as a Director on the Greater Houston Chapter Board, the MATHCOUNTS Chapter Coordinator, which reaches approximately 300 students (6th – 8th grade) in the Houston area, and Scholarship Co-Chair, which provides two 4-year scholarships to high school seniors and one scholarship to a UH engineering student. She is the recipient of the 2017 State MATHCOUNTS Chapter Coordinator of the Year.
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Jones|Carter will be consolidating our offices in The Woodlands to a new space in June that will better allow us to enhance lives through engineering excellence for the city of Houston and our employees! Continue reading Deal of the Week: J|C Woodlands Office Relocation
Founded in 1976, Houston-based planning/surveying/engineering firm Jones|Carter celebrates its ruby anniversary this July and continues to expand its geographic reach and service offerings. Continue reading Leading a Legacy: Texas-Based Engineering Firm Celebrates 40th Anniversary
JC is about community! We are sponsoring our own MS 150 team this year with riders represented from all practices and multiple offices! Continue reading Jones|Carter MS 150 Team- Ready to Ride!
Hydrology & Hydraulics (H&H), a significant service-offering at Jones|Carter since 1976, has expanded to become a full practice within the Texas-based civil engineering firm. As a practice, H&H is more advantageously positioned to deliver the highest caliber of work to clients and projects, regardless of size or location. H&H leads public and private projects at the local, county, and state levels, and for federal organizations such as FEMA, NRCS, and the U.S Army Corps of Engineers.
Newly appointed Practice Leader, Dwayne Hamilton, PE, CFM, leads a highly experienced team that has worked regionally and state-wide for the past forty years. Dwayne joined Jones|Carter in 2015 and brings over 25 years in both the public and private sectors. As both a professional engineer and a certified floodplain manager, his involvement on planning, design, and construction of major drainage engineering projects, H&H analyses, and reservoir modeling establishes him as a true and trusted expert in the field.
With over 30 engineers dedicated to resolving issues through detailed drainage analysis and design, the Jones|Carter H&H Practice is one of the largest groups of its kind in Texas. They add value and efficiency to every customer relationship, and deliver highly complex solutions singularly crafted to their unique clients’ needs and specifications.
The North Houston Bike Park officially broke ground with a formal ceremony featuring local dignitaries. As program managers for the Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority (GRA), Jones|Carter will manage the overall construction of the bike park. Representing JC at the groundbreaking in early December were Martin Murdock, Kent Allred, Grant Detro, Erin Williford, and CEO/President, Bob Aylward. The event featured speeches from former Houston Mayor Annise Parker, Councilman Jerry Davis, Chairman Elvin Franklin, and GRA Executive Director Sally Bradford. BMX bikers, the future end-users of the new park, also attended in support of the project. Located along Green Bayou, the 20-acre North Houston Bike Park is the next phase in GRA’s beautification program that includes the now-completed North Houston Skate Park and Dylan Park. The park will feature a nationally sanctioned BMX supercross track and bowls, mountain bike trails, pump tracks, and other features for all skill levels. The project is slated for completion in October, 2017.