Help us in congratulating Curtis Hefner, EIT on his LinkedIn profile for recently passing his PE Exam! As a Senior Engineering Designer, Curtis has been an amazing addition to our Dallas, TX office. Keep up the great work!
A well-earned shout out goes to Justin Willis for recently passing his PTOE exam! Justin has been with our Oklahoma City office for the last 5 years and continues to enhance our company with his dedication to growth and learning.
Having recently earned their Road Safety Professional Certification, John Denholm and James Robertson will now be among the first 105 people in the country to have successfully demonstrated their knowledge of road safety principles.
The goals of the RSP certifications are to recognize road safety as a profession, to establish a recognized level of practice and knowledge, and to incentivize safety education.
We are very proud and excited to announce that we have expanded into two new office locations! Our new offices will allow us to continue growing and providing our clients with the highest level of service under our Senior Project Manager Willie Roman, PE, PTOE.
221 N. Kansas St.
El Paso, Texas 79901
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1990 E. Lohman Ave.
Las Cruces, NM 88001
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Lee Engineering is pleased to announce that James Robertson, Ph.D., PE, PTOE is now a licensed Professional Traffic Operations Engineer. As the Project Manager for our San Antonio office, James has become an integral part of serving South Texas. Dr. Robertson now makes 16 PTOEs within the Lee Engineering Team.
Lee Engineering is pleased to announce that Jonathan Kruse and Kristen Novak are now licensed, professional engineers!
Jonathan Kruse is a valued member of the Albuquerque office with diverse knowledge and hands-on experience. His continued growth is an asset to all.
Kristen Novak’s detail-oriented approach and problem-solving skills are noticed by her peers at Lee Engineering and our clients.
Lee Engineering’s collaborative efforts on the Coors Boulevard Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM) Project resulted in the City of Albuquerque receiving the 2018 New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference Best Practices Award for Transportation Projects. The award presentation described how the ATSPM process leveraged the existing equipment and processes currently in place for the City of Albuquerque and, through advanced data collection and processing, allowed the City to make data-driven – informed decisions regarding operations. Additionally, the ATSPM improved City’s response times for signal system issues by alerting the technicians of abnormal detection and signal operations.
Lee Engineering is currently managing two major ATSPM deployments within the Albuquerque area with three more ATSPM projects beginning in 2019. These five deployments equate to a total of 98 traffic signals that Lee Engineering will have implemented ATSPM and will be actively managing the signal timing in Albuquerque, NM. Having installed, configured, and utilized ATSPM for over 100 traffic signals, Lee Engineering has well-rounded knowledge and experience for analyzing and modifying corridors with varying goals from throughput to multimodal mobility.
Lee Engineering provides traffic study for award-winning Truth or Consequences NMDOT/WHPacific Project
WHPacific wins 2017 ACEC AWARD for Studies, Research, and Consulting Engineering Services Category
As an integral member of the WHPacific Team, Lee Engineering completed the traffic operations and safety analysis for the I-25 Loop Phase I-A/B Alignment Study in Truth or Consequences, NM. Completing the I-25 Business Loop Phase I-A/B Alignment Study required thorough coordination with the New Mexico Department of Transportation’s South Region Design and Environmental Department.
Recognizing the unique opportunity to enhance the Truth or Consequences transportation system with a community approach, WHPacific teamed with Lee Engineering for their expertise in traffic engineering, bike and pedestrian safety, and advanced roundabout microsimulation.
Lee Engineering conducted traffic studies to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the first 2-lane double roundabouts in New Mexico. These roundabouts were approved after many public meetings which included consultation with agency stakeholders, local businesses, and the community.