FORT WORTH POST
P.O. Box 17300 | Fort Worth, Texas 76102-0300 | 817.886.1653
“ TOP L ARGE POST - 2006!”
IN THIS ISSUE:
• Sustaining Member Firms ...............................................................................2 - 4
• 2008 Speaker Schedule ........................................................................................ 6
• SAME News and Notes ....................................................................................... 7
• Just the Facts - Post Officers | Meeting Minutes | Schedule.......................... 8
• 2008 Fort Worth Post Scholarship Golf Tournament ............................ 9-10
• Missouri River | Texoma Joint Regional Conference ...................................13
WINNING THE PEACE: THE OCTOBER 6TH
REQUIREMENT FOR FULL- Meeting Details
SPECTRUM MILITARY OPERATIONS
Task Force Baghdad, 1st Cavalry Division, TIME:
Operation Iraqi Freedom II 10:30 a.m. Board Meeting
11:30 a.m. Registration
William B. Hagood, P.E., Senior Vice President and 12:30 p.m. Lunch and Program
Managing Principal, HDR Engineering, Inc. , Colonel
(RET), U.S. Army Reser ve. LOCATION:
Carter & Burgess Plaza Bank Building
Colonel (R) Will Hagood’s presentation examines Task Force Baghdad’s approach and Petroleum Club | 39th Floor
methodology in implementing full-spectrum operations to achieve the ultimate goal of shifting 777 Main Street | Fort Worth, Texas
Baghdad away from instability and a fertile recruiting ground for insurgents. COL Hagood, COST:
will discuss the challenges that Task Force Baghdad faced, and particularly the engineering $25.00 Full Buffet
challenges associated with restoring essential city services for the 6 million Iraqi people residing $20.00 Young Members
in Baghdad. Presentation highlights will include: the “point of penetration” for the 1st Cavalry
Division and the coalition; the Iraqi Election of 30 January 2005; Synchronizing the battle space
$2.50 On-Site Parking
to “win the peace;” Breeding Insurgents; Water-Wastewater-Electricity-Solid Waste-Everywhere (with validation)
and Nowhere; and Rebuilding the decrepit infrastructure of Shia-dominated Sadr City, a 6 by
8-kilometer overpopulated slum located on the northeast corner of Baghdad. RESERVATIONS:
Angie McCullough | 817.284.9400
Please remember the guidelines
regarding reservations. If you make a
reservation, you are required to pay
for your meal.
sustaining member firms
Stell Environmental Enterprises, Inc. (SEE) provides Sundt provides general contracting, construction management
environmental, engineering, and planning consulting services and design-build services for private and public sector
to the Department of Defense (DoD) and all levels of clients. We perform preconstruction, construction and
government clients throughout the U.S. SEE staff specialize post-construction services, and will bring your project to
in HTRW site characterization and remediation, munitions reality with any of the services we offer. Our project teams
and explosives of concern (MEC), geotechnical engineering, understand the complexities of today’s projects. We plan,
water resources planning, permitting, property transfer and manage and provide solutions that meet your goals and
development, natural resources, National Environmental objectives. Every project is different, and we tailor our services
Policy Act (NEPA) services, wetlands, smart growth, and to meet the specific goals of each one.
conservation planning. SEE is a woman-owned small business
(WOSB) and Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) under the Building integrity since 1890. It is more than a service mark
8(a) program until 2014. at Sundt. After more than a century of operation, Sundt
has emerged as a highly diversified construction company,
SEE is currently the prime contractor on a $10M AE HTRW consistently ranked in the top 100 firms by ENR magazine.
contract with the USACE, Fort Worth District. Fifteen The projects completed have taken the company to 21 states
delivery orders have been awarded in the first two years of and 11 foreign countries. Our Core Values are: Integrity,
this contract resulting in five ACASS ratings of exceptional Accountability/Personal Responsibility, Quality, Customer
and very good. Additionally, $3M of this contract capacity Loyalty, Community and Industry Service, and Safety.
has been transferred to the USACE, Mobile District to be In 2003, the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona
administered. SEE is also a subconsultant on contracts for the awarded Sundt with a Business Ethics Award.
USACE, Tulsa District and Mobile District.
Contact us toll free at 800.280.3000 or one of the offices
SEE is a growing firm seeking to hire exceptional people to fill offices listed below to discuss how the services Sundt provides
key manager positions to support our Elverson, Pennsylvania can help bring your project to fruition.
office. SEE is currently seeking a Federal Program/Project
Manager to lead our federal environmental practice. Dallas, Texas
Experience managing IDIQ contracts for the USACE is 972.258.0500
required. Candidate must also posses a current PE or PG
license. This position is an outstanding opportunity for people
looking to move into a key manager role with a young, but
For more information on SEE and current professional growth
opportunities, please visit us on the web at: www.stellee.com.
sustaining member firms
With more than 8,500 associates in over 275 offices ENHANCE
worldwide, Tetra Tech provides public and private PROTECT
customers with innovative solutions to complex problems
in environmental management, architecture / engineering, The conXsis Group, Inc. (CONXSIS) is a Fort Worth-based
construction and communications / knowledge management professional services firm specializing in environmental and
services. business consulting solutions for government and private
sector clients. Since its inception in January 2002, the firm has
Tetra Tech’s Resource Management services focus on the successfully completed projects as both prime consultant and
protection and restoration of the natural environment, sub-consultant providing seamless on-demand support to our
and enhancement of critical natural resources bringing a clients. CONXSIS is certified as a DBE, MBE, SDB, HUB,
technology-driven approach to base closure, Brownfields and has been named “Veteran-Owned Business of the Month”
projects, and industrial facilities compliance. Service lines by The Veterans Corporation.
include applied environmental science and technology,
emergency response support and management, consulting ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING
and hazardous waste remediation, including UXO / chemical • Environmental Planning
warfare materiel identification and removal. • Hazardous Materials Management
• Asbestos and LBP Consulting
Tetra Tech Infrastructure services provide full service • Regulatory Compliance
architectural and engineering design of buildings and civil • Remediation Support
structures. Tetra Tech has many years of experience working • UST Management
with federal and state government agencies and public • Pollution Prevention
utilities to assist in providing clean water supply; storm water • Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
management; wastewater treatment and water reuse; efficient • Storm Water Planning
transportation networks; modern schools, housing and • Customized Environmental/Safety Training Courses
recreational facilities; and telecommunications infrastructure. • Licensed Asbestos Consultant Agency and Lead Risk
Service lines include built environment services (buildings, Firm
roads, utilities) including planning, architecture, engineering,
design, construction, and operations and maintenance; and BUSINESS CONSULTING
communications / knowledge management system design, • Marketing Strategic Planning
installation and operations. • Business Development
• Proposal Strategies
DOD is Tetra Tech’s largest customer, with services provided • Presentation Coaching
at multiple, geographically dispersed CONUS/OCONUS • Contracts Administration/Negotiation
locations. • Internal Auditing
• CAS Compliant Accounting Systems
For additional information on Tetra Tech, Inc.’s capabilities,
• Homeland Security
please contact Mark Matranga at 832.251.6024 or by e-mail at
• Security Threat Vulnerability Assessments (STVAs)
• Security Training, Workshops and Seminars
• Facility Security Assessments
• Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
• Storm Water Planning
• Customized Environmental/Safety Training Courses
• Licensed Asbestos Consultant Agency and Lead Risk
sustaining member firms
The Mason & Hanger Group, Inc. is a full discipline A/E and
fully integrated DB firm that provides those services as well
as CM and construction services nationwide. The company
was founded in 1827 and is the oldest continuously operating
engineering and construction company in the United States
as listed in the ENR. We provide the long-term reliability
and stability our military customers depend upon, while also
remaining on the cutting edge of technology such as BIM.
M&H was an early user of BIM for military projects and has
partnered with the Ft. Worth and other Districts to advance
Mason & Hanger is a military focused firm that has been very
active in providing design services for a wide array of facilities
in Texas for the Corps, NAVFAC, and the Air Force. In the
past two years that work has included designs for a number of
projects at Ft. Bliss and Ft Hood (ten ranges, two AF ASOS
facilities, and two advanced technology training buildings),
hangers and runways at the NAS JRB Ft Worth, and three
Armed Forces Reserve Centers.
In October 2007 ECI Construction, Inc. of Overland Park,
KS became part of the Mason and Hanger family and operates
under the M&H name. That office has been successfully
providing design/build and construction services exclusively
to the military market for over 25 years.
In past four years the Mason & Hanger construction office has
successfully completed several military construction projects
in Texas: Army Reserve Center, Grand Prairie, TX; Fire/
Crash Rescue Station, Dyess AFB, TX; F/A-22 Technical
Training Facility, Sheppard AFB, TX; and Army Reserve
OMS/AMSA/Storage, Red River Army Depot.
As a result of the acquisition of ECI Construction, Inc.,
Mason & Hanger now offers fully integrated design/build
capabilities to our clients in which we manage all of the
processes involved in the execution of a project using internal
resources including design management, architecture,
engineering, construction administration, and self-performed
sustaining member firms - 2008
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JB atche JANUARY JULY
Alan Plummer Associates, Inc. LOPEZGARCIA GROUP
Alliance Geotechnical Group MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.
AMEC Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Arredondo, Zepeda & Brunz, Inc. Merrick & Company
ARS Engineers, Inc. Michael Baker Corporation
Aviation Alliance, Inc.
Benchmark Environmental Consultants O’Brien Engineering, Inc.
CDM Page Southerland Page (PSP)
CH2M HILL Parsons
Fine print... Chiang, Patel & Yerby, Inc. PBS&J
PIKA International, Inc.
Each firm will be featured CMJ Engineering, Inc.
in the month indicated on Dannenbaum Engineering Corp. SEPTEMBER
the schedule above. Prior Dewberry Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.
to the month in which Dougherty Sprague Environmental, Inc. Science Applications International Corp.
EA Engineering, Science & Technology, Inc Stanley Consultants, Inc.
your firm will be featured,
Sundt Construction, Inc.
you will submit an
APRIL Surveying and Mapping, Inc. (SAM)
article for the newsletter Earth Tech, Inc.
describing your firm Ecology and Environment, Inc. OCTOBER
and its capabilities and Enercon Services, Inc. TerranearPMC, LLC
experience. Engineering-Environmental Management, Tetra Tech, Inc.
Inc. (e2M) The conXsis Group, Inc.
In addition, each firm EnSafe, Inc. The Mason & Hanger Group, Inc.
will be entitled to make a
two minute presentation
MAY TranSystems Corporation
at the regular meeting. Freese and Nichols, Inc. Tug Hill Construction, Inc.
Historically firms have Halff Associates, Inc. Turner Collie & Braden, Inc.
chosen to bring a raffle HNTB Turner Construction Company
prize (benefiting the Huitt-Zollars, Inc. URS Corporation
SAME Scholarship Fund) HydroGeoLogic, Inc. Washington Group International, Inc.
JACOBS WESTON Solutions, Inc.
to the meeting when they
make a presentation.
Jordan-BE&K Federal Group, LLC
Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc.
2008 speaker schedule
Fast-Track Investigation, Restoration and
January 7 Redevelopment at Naval Weapons Industrial
Reserve Plant (NWIRP) McGregor, TX
Impacts of Greenhouse gas emmissions and
February 4 agencies for sustainable guidelines and differences
between spirit LEED
Dewberry Katrina - FBI restoration of Legal/Judicial
Ron Budzinski Infrastructure
April 14 JOINT MEETING | DALLAS POST | BIM
Wichita Burner Inc. Emerging Technologies/Efficient Design and
Andrea Gibson Construction
June 2 Trinity River
July 7 Sustainability
August 4 UXO/Range Munitions
September 8 Pump Stations in New Orleans
October 6 Combat Engineering
Kleinfelder Geotechnical Challenges in Construction of Wind
William Gates Turbines and Power Transmission Towers
December 5 CHRISTMAS GALA
same - news and notes
Upcoming Design-Build MANAGEMENT OF identity, branding and Part of moving TISP forward
Workshops for DOD TISP TRANSITIONS TO mission. will include initiating a series
Projects, presented by SAME SAME, Secretariat Role of quarterly forums addressing
Previously Held by ASCE. “Having SAME serve as TISP issues related to the nation’s
• Jacksonville, North
Secretariat is a good fit for infrastructure and featuring
Carolina from Oct. 20- ALEXANDRIA, VA
both organizations and we are panel discussions with a wide
22, 2008 (September 22, 2008)—In
looking forward to a smooth variety of leaders.
an effort to support their
• St. Louis, Missouri from transition,” said Robert D.
parallel missions to improve
Nov. 12-14, 2008 Wolff, Ph.D., P.E., F.SAME, The first event, Forum
the nation’s homeland security
SAME executive director. on the Security of Water
and disaster preparedness,
New Industry Award “SAME applauds the support and Wastewater Critical
the role of Secretariat for
Honoring Small Business. that ASCE provided during Infrastructure, will take
The Infrastructure Security
SAME has initiated a new TISP’s inception and growth place in Washington, D.C.,
Industry Award honoring the over the past seven years, on Wednesday, Oct. 29,
work of small businesses. Two and we plan to build on this 2008. The forum is designed
dedicated to improving the
awards will be given—one model of partnership and to create networking
nation’s critical infrastructure
for a Small Business in excellence in continuing to opportunities for TISP
recognition of excellent make TISP relevant and vocal members who are interested
transferred from the American
performance as a Small on issues facing our nation’s in issues facing the water
Society of Civil Engineers
Business prime contractor infrastructure security.” infrastructure sector.
(ASCE) to the Society of
for USACE; and one for a Sponsored by TISP, and held
American Military Engineers “SAME’s membership
Large Business in recognition in support of the Department
(SAME). The decision was consists of more than 20,000
of excellent performance of Homeland Security
made after much discussion individuals working in the
as a contractor for USACE National Infrastructure
amongst the leaders of uniformed services and the
with Small Business sub- Protection Plan and the
the three groups, and was public and private sectors
contracting requirements. Water Sector of the Critical
approved by the SAME Board as engineers and related
NOMINATIONS ARE Infrastructure Advisory
of Direction Aug. 18. professionals,” Dr. Wolff
DUE NO LATER THAN Panel, the forum will provide
noted. “SAME’s active a panel of subject-matter
NOV. 3, 2008. The awards “Working with ASCE during
Readiness and Homeland and policy experts who will
will be presented at the the past seven years has
Security Committee, engage in a discussion on
USACE Small Business allowed TISP to be incredibly
comprising leaders within water-sector security issues
Luncheon, Tuesday, successful in tackling many
the field who are focused on among and between federal,
December 9, 2008. important issues, and we
readiness, homeland security state and local agencies,
sincerely thank ASCE for its
and infrastructure issues, will water and wastewater service
efforts,” said TISP chair Ed
surely be an asset to TISP.” providers, and the private
Hecker. “Moving forward,
I believe that the synergy sector. Panelists from the
The SAME 2006-2011
between our mission and Environmental Protection
Strategic Plan features
SAME’s will help further Agency, Department of
National Security and
strengthen both of our Homeland Security and
Emergency Response as
organizations, and I am its Critical Infrastructure
a main goal. Specifically,
confident that this strategic Partnership Advisory Council,
the goal charges SAME to,
decision will be beneficial the American Water Works
“Support national security
for all those that bear the Association, and the U.S.
engineering and emergency
responsibility of safeguarding Public Health Service have
our nation and rebuilding in been invited to speak.
and programs, domestically
the face of adversity.” and internationally, including
preparedness and response
As Secretariat, SAME will
to natural and man-made
provide logistical support to
the organization; however,
TISP will retain its own
2008 OFFICERS COMMIT TEES MEETING MINUTES
just the facts
POST PRESIDENT AWARDS & RECOGNITION 8 September 2008
Peter van Noort Mel Green SUBJECT: Minutes of SAME Fort Worth Post Board Meeting
CH2M HILL Chiang, Patel & Yerby, Inc.
817.870.1129 / 972.980.2188 817.354.0189
1. The Board convened on 8 September 2008 with Peter van Noort, COL Lem
DuBose, J.B. West, Sarah Cole, Eric Canales, Mel Green, Greg Vowels, Andy Cueto,
1ST VICE PRESIDENT COMMUNICATIONS
Roxanne Pillar, Ron Timmermans, Angie McCullough, Mark Simmons and Jimmy
Emmett (Lem) Du Bose, P.E. Emmett (Lem) Du Bose, P.E.
PBS&J PBS&J Baggett attending.
972.588.3213 972.588.3213 2. Minutes of the 4 August 2008 Board meeting were approved.
EHDuBose@pbsj.com EHDuBose@pbsj.com 3. The treasurer report indicates a balance of $10,866.87 in the checking account and
2ND VICE PRESIDENT MEMBERSHIP $11,281.03 in a savings account. Total operating assets for the Post $22,147.90. The
Greg Vowels Roxanne Pillar Raymond Losornio Memorial Scholarship Fund inviolate principal is $87,000.00.
Dannenbaum Engineering Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
817.763.8883 817.335.3000 The Education and Mentoring Account has been invested with a balance of
GVowels@Dannenbaum.com RPillar@Huitt-Zollars.com $95,958.08. The total Post Education and Mentoring Assets are $118,260.37.
3RD VICE PRESIDENT 4. Individual membership is 449 with 149 members not included in our 59 Sustaining
Roxanne Pillar LOPEZ GARCIA GROUP Firm membership. We currently have 53 Young Members.
Huitt-Zollars, Inc. 817.390.1000 5. Committee reports were presented. Roxanne Pillar reported on Membership
817.335.3000 ECanales@LGGroupinc.com Committee activities. Sarah Cole reported on Young Member activities. Angie
PROGRAMS McCullough reported on the status of our Scholarship Golf Tournament. COL Lem
JUNIOR VICE PRESIDENT Greg Vowels DuBose reported on Communication Committee activities. Greg Vowels reported
Sarah (O’Brien) Cole Dannenbaum Engineering
O’Brien Engineering on Programs Committee activities. Andy Cueto reported on that he has contacted
972.233.2288 GVowels@Dannenbaum.com Dunbar High School as a good possibility for mentoring opportunities. J.B. West
SCole@Obrieneng.com reported on Scholarship Committee activities. Nominating Committee reported on
EDUCATION & MENTORING
SECRETARY Andrea Gibson the slate of Officers and Directors for 2009.
COL (R) Jimmy Baggett Wichita Burner 6. Young Member mentoring session with CMJ Engineering planned for 19 September
Corps of Engineers 316.516.4485
817.886.1653 2008. The Trinity River Trash Bash will be 20 September 2008. Trinity River Vision
Jimmy.D.Baggett@usace.army.mil Tour scheduled for 24 October 2008 – need lunch sponsor. Time to be determined.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY COMMUNICATIONS
Angie McCullough DEDICATED TO THE NATIONAL DEFENSE
Jenifer Batchelder (acting)
CMJ Engineering, Inc. Kleinfelder Jimmy D. Baggett
817.284.9400 817.429.6692 Post Secretary
Mark Simmons Paul Krebs
Corps of Engineers Corps of Engineers
ASSISTANT TREASURER PAST PRESIDENTS & FELLOWS G
Atlan Citzler COUNCIL EE TI N
Corps of Engineers LTC (R) Robert P. Morris, Jr. 11:4 ME M
Corps of Engineers SA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Robert.P.Morris@usace.army.mil
COL John Dvoracek SCHOL ARSHIPS
Corps of Engineers J.B. West
817.886.1515 Halff Associates
JBwest@FortWorth.halff.com January 7 July 7
COL Chris Martin
Corps of Engineering YOUNG MEMBER
817.886.1515 Sarah (O’Brien) Cole
February 4 August 4
Christopher.W.Martin@usace.army.mil O’Brien Engineering
972.233.2288 March 3 September 8
Kelly Rattan SCole@Obrieneng.com
Arredondo, Zepeda & Brunz, Inc. April (Tbd) October 6
817.536.9400 COLLEGE OUTREACH
Karattan@AZB-engrs.com Thandav (R.T.) Murthy, P.E., CFM November 3
Ron Timmermans 972.406.6973 May 5
817.312.7464 Thandav_Murthy@URSCorp.com December 5
Ron.Timmermans@Parsons.com June 2 (Night Meeting)
Andrew J. Cueto, PE
LTC (R) Robert P. Morris, Jr. PSA-Dewberry
Corps of Engineers 469.232.5200
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scholarship golf tournament
7:30 a.m. www.ironhorsetx.com
6200 Skylark Circle - North
Richland Hills, Texas 76180
Shotgun Start The course:
A par 70 payout, Iron Horse
has four sets of tees to offer
12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
a challenge to players of all
Lunch/Awards skill levels.
The net proceeds from the Fort Worth Post Annual Golf Tournament provides
scholarships to deserving students enrolled in colleges and universities, and is one of
the many ways that the Fort Worth Post supports the engineering profession.
Your participation and support are much needed to continue
this time honored tradition.
two thousand and
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two thousand and eight
Fort Worth Post
8:30 a.m. scholarship golf tournament
Location: Iron Horse Golf Course
6200 Skylark Circle, North Richland Hills, Texas 76180
www.ironhorsetx.com | 817.485.6666
Your participation and Directions: Directions from Fort Worth: On the north side of Ft. Worth, take Loop
support are much needed to 820E to Rufe Snow exit. Go right at the light 1 block to Meadow Lakes Dr.
continue Take a right and travel 1 mile. The golf course will be on the left. Directions
from Dallas: Take Hwy 183 West to Loop 820W. Go 2 1/2 miles to the
SAME’s tradition of giving Meadow Lakes Dr. Exit. At the Intersection, turn left and go approximately
back to our community. 1/8 mile. The golf course will be on the right.
Agenda: 7:30 - 8:30 am Registration
Our Needs: 8:30 am Shotgun Start
• PARTICIPANTS, i.e., 12:30 - 2:30 pm Hamburger Buffet and Lunch/Awards
golfers or pseudo golfers
• Hole Sponsors ($250) Contact Name:
• Prize Sponsors (All Levels) Organization or Company:
• Volunteers!! Phone: Email:
Teams: will be assigned unless you have people you would like to play with. If so, please
list those names:
Sorry, I can not attend the event, but please accept my donation to the Scholarship Fund.
Make checks payable to:
SAME, Fort Worth Post
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Note: SAME is a non-profit
(fees paid after September 19, 2008 will increase to $100)
Donation to Scholarship Fund $
Hole Sponsorships _____ @ $250 each $
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form to: Total $
Angie McCullough Hole Sponsorships of $250 offer an opportunity to “display” your company’s support for this worthy cause by
CMJ Engineering, Inc. prominently displaying your company’s name on a specific hole at the golf course. Prize Sponsorships are also available
7636 Pebble Drive at ALL LEVELS and will be acknowledged in the golf handout provided to each player.
Golf/Entry fee will be $90 for all participants if you pay prior to September 19, 2008 ($100 thereafter). This cost
Fort Worth, TX 76118
includes use of a cart, driving range practice time and range balls, 18 holes of golf, and hamburger buffet after the
The deadline for golf fees is September 19, 2008!!
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