Jones|Carters’ Gemsong Ryan, PE, LEED AP, will moderate Bisnow’s first event of 2019 in Austin. The panel will discuss Austin’s Booming State of The Market: The Impact of Apple’s HQ2 & The Future of Austin’s CRE Market, which will include breaking down the impact of Apple’s decision to move to Austin, what the hottest submarkets are, and overcoming the biggest challenges facing developers in the Austin region.
Gemsong has more than 16 years of engineering experience delivering single-family, multifamily, and commercial projects across Texas. Gemsong is well versed in the City’s regulatory and development code and is an active member in the Real Estate Council of Austin.
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Jones|Carter’s Rod Pinheiro and Freddie Guerra will be presenting at the TAWWA and WEAT Project Management Seminar on February 8th in San Antonio.
In their Presentation “Bridging the Gap from Traditional to Strategic Project Delivery & Initiatives”, Pinheiro and Guerra will illustrate steps municipalities can take as they transition from reactive to proactive infrastructure maintenance. The discussion will feature how the integration of smart technology can maximize the return on dollars spent on infrastructure and meet the increased demands caused by expanding populations. The duo will also discuss the influence of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the industry, including how the IoT empowers municipal staff to understand and manage the performance of their assets by reducing costs, mitigating risks, optimizing performance, and gaining efficiencies.
Rod Pinheiro serves as Director of Program Management. Rod has more than 25 years of combined experience in program management, engineering, operations, business leadership and strategic planning in the public and private sectors.
Freddie Guerra has more than 26 years of experience in both private and public sectors. Freddie has worked extensively with non-proﬁt organizations in North Texas and currently serves on the City of Coppell’s Planning and Zoning Commission.
Erich Peterson, PE and Calvin C. Browne, Jr. will discuss “The Life Cycle of a District: What to Do When the Developer is Gone” at the AWBD Mid-Winter Conference in Austin on January 26rd, 2019. Erich serves as Vice President at Jones|Carter and Calvin is a Senior Client Manager at Municipal District Services, LLC.
Erich has 20 years of experience working alongside resident-board water districts and other municipalities. He currently assists with managing several municipal utility districts across Texas.
The conference is on January 25-26th at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Austin, Texas. For a full schedule of events, please click HERE.
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Sean McMillan, Vice President of Electrical Engineering, will participate in a panel discussing “Secured Wireless Technologies and Mobility Options.” The panel, sponsored by the Electrical & Instrumentation Committee of WEAT, will follow presentations by Paul Mercier, Senior Project Sales Engineer at Phoenix Contact USA, Inc. and Scott Duhaime, Senior Product Manager at GE Digital. This will be WEAT’s first technical seminar of 2019.
Sean will be joining several industry experts, including Mr. Duhaime and Mr. Mercier as well Jake Peňa, Assistant Water Systems Superintendent with the City of Fort Worth on the panel discussion. Sean will be sharing lessons learned from a project where he set up remote SCADA access via cell phone with GE Proficy. He will also discuss the cybersecurity implications of remote access. Audience members will be encouraged to actively participate in the discussion, which aims to provide insight on wireless and mobility technology.
If you would like to attend this seminar, please RSVP by clicking HERE or send an email to email@example.com.
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Meet & Greet begins at 8:30 AM
Presentation 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
The Reynolds Company
2680 Sylvania Cross
Fort Worth, Texas 76137
Bluejack National Golf Resort, a 787-acre resort-style residential community developed by Beacon Land Development, was ranked first among Texas residential golf courses and eighth nationally by Golfweek. The Bluejack National golf course is the first Tiger Woods-designed course in the country. The course was designed to be challenging, yet playable for all levels of golfers.
The private club and resort-style community is located in Montgomery, Texas, approximately 50 miles north of Houston. Composed of 386 residential units, more than 35 acres of stocked fishing lakes, and miles of hiking and biking trails linking the neighborhoods. The amenities are optimal for company retreats, outings, conferences, and family occasions. Jones|Carter performed Site Development services for the Bluejack development.
In 2015, Bluejack National was Golf Inc. Magazine’s Development of the Year in the United States.
Since 1975, the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) has held an Engineering Excellence Awards Competition, which recognizes outstanding achievements in the engineering community. Jones|Carter was awarded a Gold Medal by the Texas Division of the ACEC for our work on the Corrosion Study of Alternative Water Source for the City of Rosenberg. The Study won in the Special Category division of the awards. Congratulations to the Jones|Carter Water Team!
Harvest Green, a 1,055-acre master-planned community and “agri-hood”, is the first Houston-area development to be centered around a 12-acre working farm. Since 2014, Jones|Carter has worked with the Johnson Development Corp., on the Harvest Green community in Richmond. On December 4, 2018, the West Houston Association awarded Harvest Green the Quality Planned Development Award. The award is selectively granted to mixed-use developments that meet and exceed a series of benchmark standards, including a pedestrian-friendly environment, high quality prescriptive architectural standards as well as a diverse mix of single family, townhomes, and multi-family apartments and condos. Harvest Green is a masterfully planned community that boasts ample homes, schools, retail space, parks, and additional amenities, which includes the onsite farm and a farmer’s market.
Even though the design is now complete, our team still plays an active role at Harvest Green by serving as District Engineer for the community.
For more on why Harvest Green was chosen as the 2018 Quality Planned Development by the West Houston Medical Association and for other features of the Harvest Green Community, click here.
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We’re going on our 12th year in the City of Rosenberg, and we’re making a move! The new office address is 1229 Corporate Drive Suite 100, Rosenberg, Texas 77471 This office location will accommodate the growth of our team while we continue to provide the best possible service to our clients in Southwest Houston. Our official ribbon cutting ceremony was held on November 15 alongside the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce.
Contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to speak to an engineer call 713.777.5337.
Jones|Carter is excited to announce its selection as a Prime Provider for a two-year, $2 million TxDOT Indefinite Deliverable Contract (IDC) to perform surveying services for TxDOT West Texas Rural Districts. The proposed TxDOT districts include Wichita Falls, Abilene, Childress, Lubbock, Brownwood, Odessa, and San Angelo.
This win marks the fifth IDC the Jones|Carter TxDOT Survey Team has won as Prime Consultant since the Team was founded in June of 2016. Led by Division Manager Gary Bowes, RPLS, LSLS and Department Manager Jib Ahmad, RPLS, PLS, CFM there are currently 16 people serving 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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During the October board meeting, Matt Breazeale, PE, of Jones|Carter, alongside four other nominees, was elected to serve on the Central Fort Bend Chamber (CFBC) Board of Directors. Matt has been actively involved in the CFBC since 2012 and currently serves as the Division Chair for the Governmental Affairs Division as well as attending the Infrastructure Division meetings.
“I believe that the Chamber plays an integral role in creating a strong local economy. It is important that our members are supported and can rely on the Chamber Board to be there for their businesses. I am proud to serve on the Board,” said Matt.
Congratulations Matt! Jones|Carter is honored to serve Fort Bend County and encourages all employees to actively engage in their local communities.