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SAME Newsletter

Spring Newsletter
March 2015
In This Issue

Warriors in Transition Networking Forum
April 27
Manhattan, KS 
Joint Luncheon with KSPE/MSPE/SAME
April 28
Manny's Restaurant, KCMO

GKC Post Young Members & Mentoring Social
May 27
Cellar and Loft, KCMO

Dear Greater Kansas City Post Members,


It is a pleasure and honor to serve this year as your President of the Greater Kansas City Post of The Society of American Military Engineers. Ann Ewy did a fantastic job last year as President, and provided an exceptional turnover that has helped me greatly in assuming the duties of the position!  The Post is in great shape, and so far we are in full-swing to have an exceptional 2015. I am pleased to announce that last month we were notified by Headquarters that the Post has once again achieved Distinguished Post status for the fourth year in a row and for the tenth time in the past twelve years! Achieving Distinguished Post status requires extraordinary dedication and effort by everyone in the post, from Committee Volunteers and Chairs, Officers, Board of Directors and Fellows.  For all in the Post who contributed, thank you for your time and professionalism. We are currently awaiting a decision from Headquarters on the coveted Top Post status and should receive word at any time.  The competition for Top Post is stiff; however, we look good and have more than a fighting chance to achieve the award.   


The Greater Kansas City Post Annual Sponsors Program is as vibrant as ever!  With the outstanding sponsorship of all the Post's major events the program is an easy way to obtain marketing effectiveness with a convenient and simple process for participation on an annual basis.  Many thanks to this year's sponsors: JE Dunn, HNTB, HDR, Yaeger Architecture, Burns & McDonnell, Terracon, Affinis, Cabrera Services, Poole Fire Protection, Ecology and Environment, Sevenson, Stantec, SM Wilson, Tehama, The Louis Berger Group, Tetra Tech, Trekk Design Group, IEC, Insight, and AECOM.  


We are well into our third month of the year and have participated in the Future City and Science Pioneers Competitions, E-week, and held two monthly program luncheons, as well as K-State & UMKC Student Chapter meetings.  New initiatives this year include expanding Professional Education and Training benefits to our membership in the form of stipends for professional certifications and registrations and developing the Planned Gift Fund within the Endowment.  More information will follow in April concerning both of those initiatives.


We have numerous Post events scheduled throughout the remainder of 2015 including Industry Day, the monthly luncheons, Warrior Transition Panels, CGSC Engineer Social, the Vice President's Dinner, YM Events, the Annual Sporting Clays Challenge and the Small Business Workshop. On a national level, the GKC Post will be participating in the Joint Engineer Training Conference & Expo, May 19-21, in Houston, TX. Please continue to review our weekly e-blasts (Upcoming Events) and the Post website for information on future activities, events and initiatives.  Thanks to Deb English and the Communications Committee on the outstanding effort in publishing the newsletter and weekly eblasts!      


The start of the SAME year has been exciting and the remainder of the year will be outstanding! I look forward to serving all the members in 2015 and want to hear all your great ideas and initiatives to benefit the Society! 


Very Respectfully,

Al Osborne  

2014 Post President

Greater Kansas City Post SAME

Annual Sponsors for 2014
Annual Sponsors
Affinis Corp
Burns & McDonnell 
Cabrera Services
Ecology and Environment
Insight Environmental
JE Dunn Construction
The Louis Berger Group Inc.
Poole Fire Protection
Sevenson Environmental Services
SM Wilson
Tetra Tech
TREKK Design Group
Yaeger Architecture



27 April, 2015, Warriors in Transition Networking Forum,
Kansas State University Alumni Center, Manhattan, KS
Please join us in meeting our transitioning soldiers at this free workshop for a day of networking as they begin the process of seeking civilian jobs. Check the  flyer for more information.

28 April 2015, 11:30-1:00, Joint Luncheon with KSPE/MSPE/SAME, Manny's Mexican Restaurant, Kansas City, MO

The topic is the Campus Trails Project (former Bannister Mall site) presented by Nick Christopher (Gould Evans) and Sassan & Katereh Mahobian (SK Design Group). For more information see the flyer, or contact Kim Pemberton, @, 816-874-4658.



27 May 2015, 6:00-8:00 pm, Young Member Social, Cellar and Loft in the Rivermarket, Kansas City, MO. This will be an event for young members and fellows to network and learn about the benefits of SAME. RSVP to Kyle Anibas,





SAME 2015 PE-PMP Scholarship

By LTC Kevin Casey


The SAME-Greater Kansas City (GKC) Post offers a limited number of tuition reduction scholarships/stipends to assist with the costs associated for an engineering credential or review course. This scholarship is available to active members who are current on their dues (those who have an SAME number). It is open to active/current SAME-GKC Post members, national society members, or new members who join the Greater KC Post.


To have your application considered, send your application packet in to LTC Kevin Casey Applications are due NLT April 17, 2015 for consideration. Click here for more information. 

Feature Articles

Academy of Fellows 2015 Investiture Ceremony 

by Matt Metcalf, PE, F.SAME


Since 1972 the Society of American Military Engineers has bestowed the designation of Fellow on SAME Members who have rendered dedicated and outstanding service to SAME and to military engineering. It's a true honor to announce that Immediate Past President, Ann Ewy, and Past Post President, Christopher Prinslow, were inducted into the Academy of Fellows at the Class of 2015 Investiture Ceremony on March 12th in Alexandria, Virginia.  


Ann Ewy, PMP, has supported the mission of SAME through her involvement at the Post and National SAME level for over 12 years, immersing herself in new initiatives annually. Ann has chaired multiple Post committees, serving on the Board of Directors as both an elected director and in three Post Officer positions, being elected to the National Board of Direction of SAME, serving as a Vice Chair for the SAME Young Member Council, and being selected for the National Young Member of the Year Medal honor. Ann has been a supporter of Young Member initiatives and has worked tirelessly to help SAME communicate to and support our younger SAME members as they pursue their careers. As the first female Post President, Ann has helped launch the GKCP to new levels as the Post has formed solid relationships with the University of Missouri Kansas City and Command General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth, both key stakeholders of the GKCP. As a dedicated employee of the public sector, Ann has given her time and talent to SAME solely on her own time, without the benefit of support from her employer, because of her true belief in the SAME vision and mission. In addition to her SAME 'career,' Ann Ewy has served the Kansas City District US Army Corps of Engineers for over 12 years, providing outstanding and dedicated service to the engineering profession. Ann has served as a Technical/Project Manager in the Environmental Program since 2002, working to execute a program averaging $140M annually.


Christopher S. Prinslow, P.E., CCM, Area Engineer, Kansas City District, USACE, has demonstrated exceptional dedication and commitment to SAME. He has brought leadership, mentorship and innovative approaches to the Greater Kansas City Post as a member of the Post's Board of Directors, as Post President, and as committee chairman. As the Chairman of the Post's Industry Day committee for six years, Mr. Prinslow led a multi-disciplined team to deliver a quality event each year. Mr. Prinslow's career both as an active and reserve US Army Engineer Officer and a USACE civilian clearly demonstrates outstanding service to the engineering profession. Chris's innovation and creativity led to the application of the CM@ Risk/Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) delivery method. This method delivered excellent results for many multiple large, complex and time-sensitive projects for the Kansas City District. Mr. Prinslow embodies the mission, vision, and values of the Society of American Military Engineers.


The Fellows process is competitive, lengthy, and it takes years of dedication to achieve this distinction. Our Post is thrilled to say CONGRATULATIONS to Ann and Chris, our newest Fellows!  



2015 Post Leaders Workshop

by Hillary Weber, P.G. 

On February 19 through 21st Greater Kansas City Post members Jason Sweet and Hillary Weber had the opportunity to join the SAME National Leadership Group and post members nationwide in Phoenix, Arizona, for the 2015 Post Leaders Workshop.


The workshop was a day and a half training session focusing on learning techniques that foster greater involvement in the local posts. It provided an opportunity for large and small posts to exchange program ideas and offer comments to SAME on the 2014-2019 Strategic Plan.


The Event was kicked off with a rousing welcome from Brig. Gen. Joseph "Joe" Schoedel, P.E., F.SAME, USA (Ret.). The event was then turned over to leadership strategist Cynthia D'Amour, President of People Power Unlimited. Ms. D'Amour ran a day-long interactive workshop that had all attendees learning and practicing proven techniques for increasing volunteer participation, delegating responsibilities, and improving meeting design and advertising materials. We hope you will be pleasantly surprised as the Post begins to implement some of the things we learned to grow and serve its membership.


On the final day of the workshop posts members met with like-sized posts and exchanged program ideas and provided the national leadership with feedback on the 2014-2019 Strategic Plan. Engaging with like-sized posts provided numerous new ideas for post program development that we look forward to implementing.


Both Jason and I wish to extend our thanks and gratitude to the Greater KC post for sending us as representatives to this workshop. We both gained valuable tools and techniques that will support our local post, as well as carry over into our professional toolboxes. As involved members of the society, workshops like this are frequently available. We encourage anyone who may be interested to contact either of us or any other current board member for more information.
Ecology & Environment 
News from the Post

Annual Engineers Week Luncheon

by Al Osborne


The Annual Engineers Week Luncheon was held on February 26th at the Kansas City Marriot Ballroom in downtown Kansas City. The Greater Kansas City Post Officers exhibited with our tabletop booth and networked with event attendees including other companies, STEM, and college students. The luncheon was followed by an awards ceremony that recognized the top winners from MATHCOUNTS, Bridge Building, and FutureCities competitions. The Western Chapter MSPE and the Eastern Chapter KSPE also presented awards including Young Engineer of the Year. 


The Greater Kansas City Post presented a $7,500 check to Dr. Kevin Truman, Dean of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Computing and Engineering, in support of the ongoing initiatives between the University and the GKC Post.


Deb Miller, the Acting Chair of the Surface Transportation Board presented on the "American Railroads and the Role of Regulation in the 21st Century".  She was nominated to the Board by President Obama and confirmed by the United States Senate on April 9, 2014.  Her remarks reviewed the status of freight and passenger rail in the US today, and she briefly discussed the role of the Surface Transportation Board in railroad regulation in the 21st Century.



Future Cities                    

by Al Osborne


The 2014-2015 Future City Competition theme was Feeding Future Cities! The challenge was to choose two foods (one vegetable and one protein) and design a way to grow enough of each within your future city borders to feed all of your citizens for at least one growing season.  The Future City Competition is a national, project-based learning experience where students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade imagine, design, and build cities of the future. Students work as a team with an educator and engineering mentor to plan cities using SimCity™ software; research and write solutions to an engineering problem; build tabletop scale models with recycled materials; and present their ideas before judges at the Great Plains Regional Competition.



This year's winner for the coveted Greater Kansas City Post's Team Work Prize was the Polyface team of St. John's Catholic School in Lawrence, Kansas.  The presenters for the team in this year's competition were Connor Ireland, Paige Helt, and Elsa Fair, and the team mentor was Kevin Doyle of Black & Veatch. 


An honorable mention goes out to the Mirai Toshi Team from Eudora Middle School for the most outstanding large team competing for the Team Work Prize. 


Al Osborne was the Greater Kansas City Post Judge for this year's Team Work Prize and scrutinized 12 of the 64 teams competing; the competition was fierce and very difficult to judge!  Most of the teams had exceptional teamwork resulting in outstanding presentations, displays, and essays.  Of the 12 teams competing for the SAME Team Work Prize six of the teams won an award in the regional competition! 


Congratulations to all!




SAME Awards


The results are in and the Greater Kansas City Post has won Streamers in all five categories (Membership, Education & Training, Relationships & Recognition, Leadership & Mentoring, and Emergency Preparedness & Infrastructure Resilience), along with Distinguished Post for 2014. Only four other posts achieved distinction in every streamer category last year. This honor reflects the hard work and great contributions of our Post's membership. 


Thank you for a great 2014!


Science Pioneers

by Hillary Weber


For the 7th year members of the Greater Kansas City SAME Post met before dawn on Thursday, March 12th, at Union Station to help with the Science Pioneers judging. After a brief breakfast and explanation on the administration of the judging, Merrill Watt and Hillary Weber grabbed clipboards and started the process of determining which students would be awarded the Greater Kansas City SAME Pacesetter Award consisting of a Greater Kansas City Post Silver Medal, Certificate of Excellence, and a $100 check. The Post also presented the winning student's teacher/mentor with a Certificate of Excellence in recognition of contributions made to the students' award winning projects.


As with years past, the entries highlighted the fantastic minds we have growing locally in our community. All of the projects demonstrated focused research, experimentation, and data collection by dedicated students. Overall, the Science Fair represented 919 project submissions completed by 1300 student participants representing 100 schools in the area.


Approximately 800 student, parents, teachers observed the presentation at the Charles N. Kimball Awards Ceremony at Bartle Hall on Saturday, March 14th.


This year's winners of the SAME Special Awards:


Engineering Students: Chase Wilburn and Destany Williamson

School: Van Horn High School, Independence MO.

Project: Electromagnetic Self-Charging Cellphone Case

Sponsor: Debbie Cox


Environmental and Renewable Energy

Student: Austin Brewer

School: Shawnee Mission West, Overland Park, KS

Project: Development of a Phytoremediation System Using Spirogyra to Remove Triclosan from our Water Supply

Sponsor: Brenda Bott


Events In Review

GKC Post January Luncheon   

by Al Osborne


The January Greater Kansas City Post Luncheon was an outstanding event to kick off the New Year! The luncheon was held at Brio Tuscan Grille on the Country Club Plaza and featured the Change of Presidency ceremony, installation of the new Post Leadership by Matt Metcalf, P.E. (SAME Fellow), and an outstanding presentation by Tony Hofmann, PMP, the Director of Public Works, City of Overland Park. 
Ann Ewy was presented with a commemorative gavel and pin in appreciation of her service to the Post and gave her outgoing remarks. Incoming President Al Osborne talked about plans for the upcoming year.  Tony Hofmann's presentation was about "SAME Leadership for the Future" and his words of wisdom highlighted personal responsibility and action by all that is vital to organizational success!  During the event a new tradition was established by Al Osborne.  This new tradition requires all Past Presidents attending Greater Kansas City Post events to wear their Past President's pin or risk the liability of providing liquid libations to the Board of Direction and Officers of that year!    

GKC Post Luncheon


March 19th, Grand Street Café, Kansas City, MO

Topic:  "All about PMI and PMP Certification"

Presenters:   Ellen Barnes, President, PMI, KC Mid America Chapter

Raghhu Ramasubbu, Vice President, PMI, KC Mid America Chapter


GKC Post Member Spotlight


Name, Title and Employer

Ann Ewy, PMP, F.SAME

Technical Project Manager, US Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District 


What is your position with Greater Kansas City Post?

Immediate Past President


What is your "day job"?

I'm a Chemical Engineer by degree (Go KSU!) and have worked as a Technical Project Manager for USACE since graduating from college.  I sit on the engineering side but do project management activities, so get the best of both worlds.  (But double the bosses!)  I was fortunate to be selected for a 10 month detail as the Executive Assistant when our District XA (and a great mentor of mine), Larry Myers, was deployed.  Besides that I have worked for almost 13 years in the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP).   All of my projects are in New York and New Jersey, so I work in a virtual team environment every day.  The FUSRAP is addressing sites related to the legacy of the Nation's early Atomic Energy program.


How did you become involved with SAME ?

I was about a month out of college and went to an intern meeting because I was part of the Department of the Army Intern program.  At the end, the Intern Coordinator, Bill Zaner (our Chief of Engineering and Construction at the time) made a plug for professional societies but especially SAME.  I left thinking that my boss's boss's boss just told me to do this SAME thing so I better do it.  My first event was a YM happy hour that only Matt Metcalf and Tom Poer were at.  I left that evening as the YM co-chair. 


What role has SAME played in your professional life?

SAME has provided me opportunities.  I've had the opportunity to network, enhance my leadership skills, have a fantastic time, and the list goes on.  I've been exposed to a lot of areas of USACE that I probably wouldn't have otherwise.  I've gained some incredible mentors thru SAME.   I've just had such incredible exposure to the industry and I'm very appreciative of that. 


What SAME accomplishment are you most proud of?

Serving as the Greater Kansas City Post SAME President in 2014 was the highlight of my SAME career.  I think Im proud just to have made it thru!  Our Post is such an incredible group. Wow!  We have quality folks.  I was very proud to be able to serve everyone that year. 


What would you like to see the Greater Kansas City Post accomplish in the near future?

We have developed a top notch trail blazing Warrior Transition with Tony Hofmann and Jackie Hacker at the lead.  I don't know if folks really understand yet what a unique and effective program this is.  I hope to see those efforts supported so it develops into a sustaining program.


What benefits do you see for our community through SAME's work?

The way SAME brings people together is valuable to our community.  The networking allows folks to understand who is out there and what their capabilities are, so when there's a need, we have a really strong group to turn to. 


What would you say to an individual thinking about getting involved with Greater Kansas City Post? 

I would say whatever I could to encourage it.  I would suggest going to a few events, there's such a variety.  And also check out the website. It's a great resource to understanding some of what we do. 


New Members - GKC Post 

January - March 2015

Sustaining Memberships

Daniel Lauth, CDM Smith

Ann Burke, Cabrera Services, Inc.

Damon DeYoung, Battelle

Jim Schaefer, Stantec, Inc.

Lisa Brink, CDM Smith

Michael Coggin, Tunista Construction, Inc.

Melissa Kelley, Henderson Engineers

James Zody, Environmental Quality Management

Mark Hoague, Stanley Consultants

Fred Nichols, Environmental Quality Management

Gina Setzer, Conti Federal Services

Heidi Olivera, Stell Environmental Enterprises


Individual Memberships

MAJ David Bustamante, US Army

SFC Dylan McGuire, US Army

SSG Ashley McGuire, US Army

MAJ Mark Palma, US Army

MAJ Sean Quinn, US Army

LTC Chad Neidig, US Army

Ann Galbraith, New Horizons Enterprises, LLC

MacKenzie Davis, New Horizons Enterprises, LLC

Michelle Word, Burns A& McDonnell

Paul Eggers, GEI Consultants

CPT Jennifer Brown, US Army

Allen Osborne III, Ascentra Group LLC

Elaine Hamilton-Bruner, VISIONS

Christopher Raider, Burns & McDonnell

Catherine Bosley, FYRA Engineering

Erin Garrison, Yaeger Architecture


SM Wilson

Deployed Field Chapter Article - Correction


Authorship of the Deployed Field Chapter article in the Winter 2014 issue of the GKC Post newsletter was incorrectly noted. The article was written by Jason Davis. 

In Every Issue...

TME Editorial Calendar


The editorial calendar for The Military Engineer (TME) can be found here. Each issue has a main theme and a special report. Deadlines for content also are included.

Treasurer's Report:  For January-February 2015



Total Income: $ 63,037.46
Total Expenses: $   4,956.57
Net Income: $ 58,479.84


Yaeger Architecture 
Annual Sponsors



The Stantec community unites more than 15,000 employees working in over 250 locations. Our work--professional consulting in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics--begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. With a long-term commitment to the people and places we serve, Stantec has the unique ability to connect to projects on a personal level and advance the quality of life in communities across the globe.


Founded 60 years ago to serve clients with unequaled excellence, Stantec has grown into an internationally recognized civil, geotechnical, environmental, and water resources engineering firm. One of the many services we provide to our Federal partners is dealing with Dam & Levee Safety. We work alongside clients to address flood control, water supply, recreational, and power generation impoundments, as well as riverine levee and floodwall systems. Our experts form an integral part of dam safety initiatives across the globe, and have worked on many of the US Army Corps of Engineers highest risk systems. We resolve intricate issues for everything from complex seepage, stability, and risk issues at specific project sites, to policy guidelines and technical instructions for national dam safety programs. Whether we're defining safety standards and guidelines, creating Emergency Action Plans, or providing levee designs, it all comes down to providing resilient, sustainable water management systems for our communities.


500+ Dams and Levees | 200+ Staff with Dam Experience | 30+ Years with USACE





Al Osborne

President ('15)

Ascentra Group

Melissa Kelley

Vice President ('15)

Henderson Engineers

Amy McCurdy

Secretary ('15-'16)

McCurdy Engineers

Matt Turner

Treasurer ('15-'16)

Yaeger Architecture

Ann Ewy

Immediate Past President ('14)


LTC Kevin Casey

Director ('13-'15)

US Army

Kim Pemberton

Director ('13-'15)

TREKK Design Group 

Bill Yord 

Director ('13-'15)

RIC Infrastructure

Jason Davis

Director ('14-'16)

Affinis Corp 

Jason Sweet

Director ('14-'16)


Hillary Weber

Director ('15-'16)

Insight Environmental

Tim Kurgan

Director ('15-'17)


Scott Opie

Director ('15-'17)

Hanson Professional Services

Scott Perkins

Director ('15-'17)

Survey & Mapping LLC



Annual Sponsorship

Amy McCurdy

Architectural Practices

Christina Przygoda


Mark Loes


Scott Perkins


Deborah English

Council of Fellows

Jerry Adams

Education & Mentoring

LTC Kevin Casey

E&M - Scholarships

Bill Yord

E&M - K-12 Outreach

Hilary Weber

E&M - Credentialing

Andy Mashek

College Outreach - KSU

Jason Sweet

College Outreach - UMKC

Vince Zink

Emergency Readiness

Robert Crain


Matt Metcalf

Joint Engineering Council (JEC)

Rich McCollum


Jackie Hacker


Chris Prinslow


Kile Morrison

Small Business

Amy McCurdy

Strategic Planning

Melissa Kelly

Warrior Transition

Tony Hoffmann

Young Members

Kyle Anibas

Fort Riley Field Chapter

Rex Ostrander

Whiteman AFB Field Chapter

Christopher Prinslow

Senior Advisor

John Brake COL (Ret.)

Senior Advisor

Merrill Watt

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Jason Sweet, GISP, PMP, CFM
Once your check is received your ad will begin in the following issue.
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Sustaining Members

5H Technologies · A Better Earth · Advanced Drainage Systems · AECOM · Affinis Corp. · Alpha Energy and Electric, Inc. · AMEC Foster Wheeler · American Legacy/Rand Construction · ARCADIS U.S., Inc. · Argus Consulting · Arrowhead Contracting, Inc. · Barr Engineering Co. · Battelle · Bay West, LLC · Bechtel National, Inc. · Bhate Environmental  Associates, Inc. · Bibb Engineers  · Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. · BlueScope Construction, Inc. · Burns & McDonnell · Cabrera Services, Inc. · CAPE · CB&I Federal Services, LLC · CDM Smith · CH2MHILL · Coastal Environmental Group, Inc. · Conti Federal Services, Inc. · CoverSix Shelters, a Division of RedGuard · CTI and Associates, Inc. · Cyntergy AEC · DLR Group · EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc. · Eaton Corporation · ECC · Ecology & Environment, Inc. · EMR, Inc. · Environmental Quality Management, Inc. · GLMV Architecture, Inc. · Hanson Professional Service, Inc. · HDR · Health Facilities Group, LLC  · HNTB ·  HydroGeoLogic Inc. · Infinite Energy Construction · JE Dunn Construction · Kleinfelder · Lamp, Rynearson & Associates, Inc. · Leidos · LEO A DALY · Los Alamos Technical Associates, Inc. (LATA) · LRS Federal, LLC · Mark One Electric Co., Inc. · Mason & Hanger · Massman Construction Co. · McTech Corporation · M.E. Group, Inc. · Mead & Hunt, Inc. · Midland Surveying, Inc. · O'Brien & Gere · Olsson Assoicates · Paragon Business Solutions, Inc. · Patti Banks Associates dba Vireo · Poole Fire Protection, Inc. · Professional Environmental Engineers Inc. · Professional Services Industries, Inc. · Remediation Services, Inc. · RLC, LLC, dba Renaissance Infrastructure Consulting · RVP · S.M. Wilson & Co ·  SCS Engineers · SEH ·  Sevenson Environmental Services Inc. · Shafer, Kline & Warren, Inc. · Siemens Industries, Inc. · Spur Design, LLC · Stanley Consultants Inc. · Stantec Consulting · Stell Environmental Enterprises, Inc. · Strategic Value Solutions, Inc. · Surveying and Mapping, LLC · Taliaferro & Browne, Inc. · Tehama, LLC · Tepa, LLC · Terracon Consultants, Inc. · TerranearPMC, LLC · Tetra Tech, Inc. · The Louis Berger Group, Inc. · The Walsh Group  · Tidewater, Inc. · Tompkins Architects · TREKK Design Group · Tremco Commercial Sealants and Waterproofing · TSI Engineering, Inc. · Tunista Construction, LLC · United Excel Corporation · URS Corporation · Vireo · Wilson & Company, Inc. · Woolpert, Inc. · Yaeger Architecture