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From: Ernest Longoria []
Sent: 1/8/16
To: Lowery Jr, Lee L
Subject: TxDOT Engineering Position - Sinton, TX
Dr. Lowery,
Another job posting in my office for a construction engineer currently open.
Click on #69 in the list, Transportation Engineer III, Job 104240, Sinton, TX.


Howdy Dr. Lowery,
HDR Engineering is going to have numerous job openings in the Austin, Dallas, and Houston areas starting this summer and I wanted to reach out to you to see if you could forward this email to your listserv. Jacob Walker ’11 and I will be attending the Texas A&M SEC Career fair on Wednesday January 27th  looking to talk with students and collect resumes for those that would be interested in the following positions:

Water Resources – Internships
Bridge Engineering – Internships and Full Time E.I.T.’s
Traffic Engineering – Full Time E.I.T.’s ideally earning their Master’s in Traffic.

Roadway Engineering - Internships and Full Time E.I.T.’s
HDR has multiple other openings in Transportation, Water Resources, Wastewater nationwide that can be found at our website:

A list of some of the major projects HDR has worked on can be found in our portfolio as well: Transportation Portfolio,  Water Portfolio

Thanks and Gig ‘Em!
Tyler Brendlinger, PE

Bridge Engineer


810 Hesters Crossing, Suite 120
Round Rock, TX 78681
D 512.685.2934 M 571.438.2105


Figg Bridge Engineers, Inc.

Lee, I hope that you had a good holiday season and that everything is ready to go for the spring semester. I wanted to connect with you briefly to let you know that we still have openings for new and/or recent civil engineering graduates here in our Dallas, Texas office. Attached is both our flyer and Bridge Designer opportunity position description for your use and distribution. Please pass the attached information on to any interest students and/or recent graduates. See and
Additionally, I did want to offer one point to help your current and recent civil engineering students make more effective resumes for prospective employers. Over the years I have seen many new graduates make a single resume and apply to dozens of (or more) open positions at once. As it has become even easier these days to send and post a resumes electronically, it is becoming apparent as a reviewer of resumes that some applicants are hardly reading a position description. Consequently their resumes are quickly passed over because their experiences do not match well with the prospective employer’s position description.
I would suggest to your current and recent students to focus on quality as opposed to quantity when they apply for open positions. Instead of focusing on volume, focus on what an individual prospective employer wants (by reading the position description thoroughly) and determine if that is a possible fit for them or not. Then edit their base resume to align with every point and/or bullet in the position description prior to submitting that resume for the position. Taking time to understand the needs of a prospective employer will be noticed by those reviewing their resume, and subsequently almost guarantee a follow-up phone call.
Thank you for your help in this matter and I hope that you have a good day.

Matthew J. Lengyel, P.E., S.E., PMP

Project Director, Texas Office

Figg Bridge Engineers, Inc.

10,000 North Central Expressway, Suite 1300

Dallas TX 75231


Hello Dr. Lowery.

I am a TAMU Ocean Engineering graduate of 2010 and would be grateful if you would help me get the word out about a couple of engineering opportunities we have available at the City of San Angelo.
The first position is for a full time Project Engineer, PE or EIT, needing to fill ASAP. Duties include a variety of civil engineering aspects, including the design and administration of City projects on streets, traffic, storm water, water and sewer, as well as review of plans and specifications prepared by consultant firms for subdivision improvements. Additional information and an application can be found on the City’s website:
The second position will be available this summer and is for an Engineering Intern to assist with all aspects of the municipal engineering office environment. Primary duties will include filing and archiving completed projects, but will also involve design and inspection assistance with ongoing projects. This position will be posted on the City’s website later this spring.
Please forward this information to anyone and everyone who might be interested. They can contact me for additional information.
Thanks and gig ‘em.

Joe Mangrem, P.E.

Assistant City Engineer

Engineering Services Dept.

City of San Angelo, Texas

(325) 657-4547

72 West College Ave.

San Angelo, Texas 76903


From: Stacy Chu []
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2016 4:01 PM
Subject: Ensight Structural Engineers Internship Flyer
Dr. Lowery,
Thank you for taking the time to speak with me on the phone last week regarding distributing internship opportunities. I’ve attached a flyer for you to distribute for an internship opening we have at our office. See
Here is a quick list of the qualifications we’re looking for:

-minimum of Junior-level undergrad coursework

-Civil or structural engineering or construction management degree

-CAD drafting skills

If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact me.

Thanks again,

Stacy Chu, EIT, LEED AP

Graduate Engineer/Business Development

Ensight, Inc.
Structural Engineering
4800 Sugar Grove Blvd., Suite 315
Stafford, Texas 77477

Note: Although Mr. Stone is interviewing on campus, I imagine he will still be interested in quality resumes in the future.

Schrickel, Rollins and Associates, Inc.

Lee: I enjoyed our visit on Monday and appreciate your input on visiting with students.  On Thursday, February 4, I will be interviewing interested students in Room 209 of Koldus from around 8:30 to 4:30.  Please have students email me at to set up interview times, and I will give them a reminder the day prior to my campus visit.  As noted on our website, we do general civil as well as offer support on site development and athletic facility design.  We are a firm of about 25, so everyone has an opportunity to be actively involved throughout a project from beginning to construction completion.  Communication and responsiveness with clients and stakeholders is also an important responsibility of our engineers. 
Please encourage your students to check out our website ( to see a sampling of our projects. In my years here, I have worked on several campus projects, including:

  • Pedestrian area near the Chemistry Building and Library

  • The 1990 Campus Master Plan

  • Varsity Track

  • Varsity Tennis Center

If I have time, I will drop by the CE building and roam the halls.  Thanks again for your help.

Larry Stone, PE, RPLS

Associate  |  Senior Civil Engineer

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Schrickel, Rollins and Associates, Inc.

1161 Corporate Drive West, Suite 200 | Arlington, Texas 76006

office: 817.649.3216  |  direct: 817.633.0417  | fax: 817.649.7645 |


Dr. Lowery,


                I recall you used to send emails to your alumni asking if we were hiring for full time or internship positions. I’m looking for 4-5 candidates for the following internship positions.


1)      Structural Designer (Internship) – Juniors or Seniors who have or will have completed structural concrete design course by the end of the school year. They would be designing drilled piers, spread footings, retaining walls, misc steel, CIP and elevated Post-Tension parking structure elements. I’m personally currently working on parking structures for Hobby Airport, TCU, LSU, OU, Exxon, and several developers.

2)      Restoration Structural Designer (Internship) - Juniors or Seniors interested in a position that requires field observation, operation of forensic testing equipment in varying environments, and interest or experience in analyzing a wide array of structural issues with existing buildings. Technical writing skills will be required as the deliverables are mostly reports. They would be recommending corrective measures for façade and structural items within existing structures of all types.


My goal is that these would become full time employees at completion of their schooling.



James Brooks, P.E., LEED AP



Walker Parking Consultants | Walker Restoration Consultants
2525 Bay Area Boulevard, Suite 400 | Houston, Texas 77058
281.280.0068 (Office) | 281.280.0373 (Fax) |  

*Licensed Engineer in the State of Texas 


Hi Dr. Lowery,
Hope all is well! My firm is looking for some May 2016 grads to join Ward, Getz & Associates full-time after graduation and some December 2016 /May 2017 grads to come and intern for this summer. If you can please forward this email to the listserve, I’d greatly appreciate it. All resumes should be sent to me at and for more information, visit our website at All applicants should be prepared to gain experience in land development for a variety of commercial/multifamily projects in Houston and work in a fun and casual work environment!
Talia Delos Santos, E.I.T.

Project Engineer


2500 Tanglewilde, Suite 120 | Houston, TX 77063

D: 713.333.0914 | O: 713.789.1900

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Aggie 100 Honoree 2012-2015


Dr. Lowery,
I’m helping Judy Musgrove with the intern-hiring process for Austin Water’s Process Engineering department this year, and she passed on your contact information as someone who might able to help me reach A&M students. Could you please send this to current civil/environmental engineering juniors and seniors?


Intern Position – City of Austin Water Utility
Full-time paid summer internship available at the City of Austin Water Utility’s Process Engineering division. This intern will be working predominately at the wastewater and biosolids management plants. Potential projects may include completing a site-wide water balance, developing and implementing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for a polymer optimization system, developing SOPs for the package plants, and preparing a filter control project scope, specification, and procurement package.
If you are interested, please email me by February 29, 2016 at with your resume and a short cover letter including your interest in the position. Please include relevant completed coursework in your resume. Civil, environmental, or chemical engineering students graduating in 2016 or 2017 are preferred.

Olivia Beck, E.I.T.

Process Engineering

Austin Water Utility

625 E. 10th Street, Suite 315

Austin, Texas  78701

512-972-1839 (Ullrich office)

210-807-0702 (cell)


Dr. Lowery:
I am hoping you’re still the guy for this. I am the Operations Lead for Transportation in CH2M’s Dallas office, and we are looking to hire interns in both Houston and Dallas this year. Could you please help get the word out to CE students at A&M? If interested, they can send a resume directly to me at I have included a job description below, and am happy to answer any questions or provide additional information as necessary. The openings will also be posted on our website. I may be a little biased, as I began my career at CH2M as an intern several or more years ago, but I believe our corporate intern program and the culture within our engineering teams provide an exceptional opportunity for students with interest in pursuing a career in what we do.
Best regards,

Aimee Jones

Aimee Jones, P.E.

D 1 972 663 2267

12750 Merit Drive

Suite 1100

Dallas, TX 75251 | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook


From: Imran Syed []
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 8:49 AM
Subject: Howdy!
Greetings from a fightin' Texas Aggie - Class of '97 and '00.

We are a Washington DC based consulting geotechnical engineering firm looking for entry level / experienced geotechnical engineers. Must have a master’s degree in soil mechanics. Will train the right person(s). Please circulate the announcement and encourage the prospective students to call / email resume.


Imran M. Syed, Ph.D., P.E.

Vice President
SaLUT-TLB, A Division of Soil and Land Use Technology, Inc.
530 McCormick Drive, Suite S, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Tel. 443-577-1600 / 202-387-0022 | Fax: 443-577-1601| E-mail:
From: Lindsey Rocke []
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2016 4:25 PM
Subject: BE-CI - OPEN POSITION(s) - Project Manager / Project Engineer
Kelli and Becky,
It was a pleasure speaking with you both today.  I appreciate your assistance in advertising this position to recent graduates of Texas A&M and current Seniors.   The open position information is below.  If any students are interested in the position please have them email me with their resume.
Position Title:  Project Manager / Project Engineer

Position Description:  Project Engineer/Project Manager is a salaried position within our firm and typically involves construction activity related to Engineering and Construction Management. Specifically, the activities include overseeing field investigative work, construction document reviews and analysis, field testing, report writing, and condition surveys. The territory covered by this firm is normally regional to our offices located in Florida, Louisiana, and Texas, however with our national client base, applicant will from time to time, require short periods of work on projects throughout the other states as well as the Caribbean. Applicants should have a Civil Engineering degree or Construction Science degree and possess management skills and be capable of developing good client relationships.  We are seeking candidates for our Houston and Dallas offices.
Degree Level:    Bachelor/ Construction Science  or Bachelor /Civil Engineering

Type of Employment:  Full Time

Desired Start Date:   As soon as possible
Please email with your resume if you wish to apply. 

Lindsey C. Rocke

Office Manager

P: (713) 970-1718

Building Engineering-Consultants, Inc.

6823 Theall, Suite B

Houston, Texas 77066

C ǀ (832) 933-9898

T ǀ (800) 842-7043
Alabama ǀ Florida ǀ Louisiana ǀ Oklahoma ǀ Texas
From: DaleB []
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 8:17 AM
To: Lee Lowery
Subject: Civil Engineering Position Open at McClure & Browne Engineering/Surveying, Inc.
Dr. Lowery,

I am sending you this email for posting on your listserv to let civil engineering students know that our firm has a full time/part time graduate engineering position available.  We are looking for an individual that will be graduating in May that can start work immediately on a part time basis and full time upon graduating in May.  Although we would like for the individual to begin work immediately, we are still interested in receiving resumes from individuals who are graduating in May but cannot begin work until after graduation.  This is a great opportunity for someone to gain very valuable experience in general civil engineering and a wonderful place to begin their career.  Those interested in the opening should send their resume (in pdf format) to me at

I really appreciate your help regarding this matter.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.  Have a great day!


J. Dale Browne, Jr., P.E., CFM

McClure & Browne Engineering/Surveying Inc.
1008 Woodcreek Drive, Suite 103
College Station, TX 77845

Hi Dr. Lowery,

I hope all is well at Texas A&M this year. Please forward the included job application link to your listserv of undergraduate Civil students, as HNTB is recruiting May 2016 graduates to fill positions within the Transportation department. This entry-Level Civil Engineering position will be a great fit for motivated EITs seeking experience with planning and design of large-scale infrastructure transportation projects. The scope of work may range from drainage design and signage planning to geometric highway design. Although I have only been working a few months, there is a clear emphasis here on the importance of continued learning for EITs in order to best prepare them for being successful and well-rounded PEs.
Passing along this information is much appreciated. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there are any further questions.
Thank you very much,
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Rachel Lommen, EIT

Transportation Engineer

TAMU Class of 2015

Tel (972) 628-3120

5910 W. Plano Pkwy., Ste. 200, Plano, TX 75093  |

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Good morning Lee,

I wanted to reach out to you to see if you could send a posting to the TAMU Civil Engineer listserv for me. I am currently seeking a Land Development Engineer to work for one of my clients in Downtown Houston. I am looking for either a Civil Engineer or an Agricultural Engineer with about 5-10 years of experience. I have attached the job description in this email for a reference. All applicants can send their resumes directly to me at Please let me know if there is any additional information you need from me!
Thank you in advance!
Abbey Brady

Class of 2014  

Abbey Brady

Recruitment Consultant - Engineering

d: +1 713 341 0283 t: +1 713 328 4560 m: +1 210 831 4886 f: +1 713 328 4561

4050 Post Oak Blvd. , Suite 1450, Houston, TX 77056 United States

From: John Clark []
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2016 3:41 PM
To: Lowery Jr, Lee L
Cc:; 'Lynne Clark'
Subject: Intern - Structural Engineering_New Grad possibly leading to full time position
Dr. Lowery:
We are looking for an intern now possibly leading to full time position to do immediate contract assignments.
We find that A&M students are very well trained.
We need either BS or MS in civil engineering with heavy structural emphasis including matrix structures course.
We prefer that the candidate should have the following minimum skills:
1)      Taken statics and strength of materials and liked these courses (must)

2)      At least one to two structural design courses, eg concrete, steel, timber, foundations, and first course in structural analysis, etc)

 High desires are:

3)      Graduate level candidates will be considered

4)      Knows AutoCAD (basic knowledge), knowledge of Solid Works is a plus

5)      Can do programming in Basic or C++ or other appropriate language(s) is a plus

6)      Knows Mathcad or willing to learn (need decent math skills / likes math)

7)      Knowledge of matrix structural analysis / linear algebra is a plus and preferred

8)      Knowledge of FEA/Structural  programs is a plus

9)      Knowledge of composites is a plus

10)  Any testing experience is a plus

11)  Lives in Montgomery County or close by and can easily commute to our office in Montgomery Co. (preferred  but not necessary)

More interested in high desire to learn  with excellent work ethic rather than high GPA.
The selected candidate will be exposed to many different areas of advanced structural engineering (see our website)
Thanks again for your interest and help.
Send resume to:
No phone calls please.

Able to follow directions is a must.

John M. Clark, MS, PE

Clark Engineers, Inc

Stress Analysis, Finite Element Analysis, Composite/FRP Structures, Fiberglas Tanks Vessels, Ducts and Structures, Buried Structures, Buried FRP Tanks, Foundations, Commercial, Industrial, Plant Engineering, Mechanical Design Engineering, Structural Products, Investigations, Residential, Expert Testimony


Dr. Lowry,

I still remember going to your office half way through my Master’s in Philosophy to talk to you about getting a degree in Civil Engineering.  I am very thankful for your advice and I made sure I took you for as many classes as possible.  You never had to loan me a pillow for class… good times.
For me, over the last 15 years I have worked for just two companies.  I worked for a large firm up until October of 2014 and then I joined another Aggie and Lowry Fan in his company, ALJ-Lindsey.  Lester has grown the company from one person working out of his house to 13 staff and we are looking to add another Aggie to the mix.
I suspect we are late to the game for May but I thought I would reach out and see if you had any suggestions.  Are you still funneling student resumes to folks like us?
I hope you are doing well and that the A&M students are smarter and harder working than we are.  Either way, I hope they are learning as much as we did from you.

Patrick Carrigan, PE


ALJ Lindsey

6111 FM 1960 West, Suite 208

Houston, Texas 77069

O: 281-301-5955  C: 832-971-3880


From: Name withheld by request

Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2016 2:48 PM
Subject: Looking for Geotechnical Engineers to work in San Antonio, TX
Dr. James,
You probably don’t remember me by name, but I went on the France ’99 program in Sceaux—I was in a language class and John Poston’s energy and the environment class.  By the way, that program combined with Mike Rabins’ and Ed Harris’ Engineering Ethics course substantially contributed towards where I am now—a voting shareholder in a large, employee-owned firm in a national leadership position. 
I am writing to let you know we are looking for 1-2 excellent geotechnical engineers that want to live and work in San Antonio, TX.  While we do not yet have a job posting, if you could communicate to students in the TAMU geotech community that it would be good to send a resume to the attention of Human Resources at the address below, that would be helpful.  Specifically, we would be interested in graduate students that have previous work experience—preferably in the San Antonio area or an area with clay soils.  Outstanding undergraduates with substantial internship/coop experience may also be considered.
6911 Blanco Road I San Antonio, Texas 78216
Terracon provides environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials consulting engineering services delivered with responsiveness, resourcefulness, and reliability.

From: Scott Gilger []
Sent: Saturday, September 10, 2016 9:12 AM
Subject: Re: New Grad Opportunities - Construction Contractor, Austin, TX
Please repost. I'd love to bring on a recent Aggie Grad.

Thank You,

 Scott Gilger
4425 S MoPac Expy
Building 3, Suite 403
Austin, TX 78735

Original Post:

From: Scott Gilger []
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 4:07 PM
Subject: New Grad Opportunities - Construction Contractor, Austin, TX
Dr. Lowery,
We are seeking talent.  Please share the following link with your job boards.
Also, I am curious if you have any statistics or information regarding average starting salaries for your graduates, etc.  Want to make sure we are competitive.

Thank You,

Scott Gilger


Good morning,
I am a recent graduate of Texas A&M University (Class of 2015), and I am now an Executive Recruiter at Becker Wright Consultants in Austin. We are a third party recruiting firm that helps our clients find the best talent for their organizations. I currently have a position available for a Civil Graduate Engineer in Austin, TX. I reached out to a former civil engineering student, and she gave me your email address. I was hoping you could send an email out to graduating seniors informing them of this opportunity, and possibly post the job description on Hire Aggies. I would greatly appreciate it!
I have attached the job description below. Our client is Dunaway Associates, but any interested students or applicants will need to be sent my way (I will then get them connected with the hiring managers at Dunaway). Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.
Position Details
Title:  Civil Graduate Engineer I

Location:  Austin Office

An entry-level engineering position responsible for providing technical support, including drafting and design, in the development/design of basic civil infrastructure, including paving, drainage, grading, water, and sanitary sewer improvements (incumbent may focus on all areas or just one or two areas of specific expertise).

Minimum Requirements: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering

Technical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of civil infrastructure, including paving, drainage, grading, water, and sanitary sewer infrastructure

  • Basic knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or Microstation software or applicable design software related to the specific area of focus

  • Knowledge of and ability MS Office , primarily Word, Excel, and Outlook

  • Ability to provide basic project documentation

Soft/Other Skills

  • Complete multiple assignments successfully through effective multi-tasking and prioritizing

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

  • Effective problem solving skills

  • Ability to work with a team or independently as needed


  • Prior civil engineering / design experience in an intern and/or Graduate Engineer capacity

  • Certification as an Engineer in Training (EIT) in the state of Texas

  • Prior involvement in professional or technical societies/organizations

Laura Storrs


office: 512-263-4228

cell: 281-636-3510

From: Tyler Munson []
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 5:45 PM
Subject: TAMU Resumes
Dr. Lowery,
Our company continues to grow and need to hire some more civil engineering aggies! If you could, forward the attached recruiting brochure at
Tyler Munson, P.E.

Project Manager



2500 Tanglewilde, Suite 120 | Houston, TX 77063

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From: Hodge, Cody []
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2016 4:56 PM
Subject: Civil May Grad Job Opportunities
Howdy Dr. Lowery,
I’m a class of 2007 graduate working at Halff Associates in Fort Worth.  We are currently looking to hire four May graduates and would love to get some good Aggie resumes in the mix.  Our group does a variety of work, including land development, municipal work, water resources and transportation.  Do you have any resumes for May grads that you could pass along?  Anyone interested can take a look at our company website,, to get a quick overview of the firm.
Please let me know if you have any questions or need any additional information.

Cody Hodge, PE

Civil Engineer


4000 Fossil Creek Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76137-2720

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From: Lawrence, Gerald D -FS []
Subject: Civil Engineering Technician positon on the Davy Crockett National Forest in Ratcliff, Texas
Good afternoon – my name is Gerald Lawrence. I am the District Ranger on the Davy Crockett National Forest located in Ratcliff, Texas.  We are currently getting ready to outreach and advertise an Engineering Technician position here on the Davy Crockett National Forest.  This is a permanent full time position.  I attached the job’s position description. I hope to outreach the position here shortly, and was hoping you could put me in contact with graduating students who may have an interest in working in an exciting position that gets them on occasion outdoors working in the woods.
Please contact me, or have any students contact me, to discuss how I may be able to get this job information out to those who may be interested.
Thanks, Gerald Lawrence

Master Record Number: FS2335

Title/Pay Plan/Series/Grade: Engineering Technician (Civil), GS-0802-07

FLSA Code: Nonexempt



This position is established in a Forest Service unit to provide technical support for engineering projects.


Participates in the development, definition, and documentation of engineering design requirements under the leadership of a senior engineer. Working from specific design criteria, designs low volume road projects from field notes; reduces traverses, levels and topography notes; establishes "L" line design alignment from "p" line data; computes quantities; makes cost estimates; produces plan and profile sheets; and selects and adapts paragraphs from previously approved project specifications. Prepares sketches and develops layouts, construction details and installation drawings, plus other drafting duties including the final plan and profile sheet.

Supervises crews in setting construction stakes for clearing, grading and drainage structures. Performs land survey work that requires very exacting measurements obtained under difficult conditions, such as steep grades; frequent river crossings; or remote areas where railroads, roads, or other more common routes are unavailable. May serve as observer and leader of a small, detached observing unit performing first or second order leveling under conditions that require deviations from normal practices. May serve as lead on a crew performing varied, non-geodetic surveys, such as location, right-of-way, and property surveys.

Inspects an entire project of limited size or complexity or a minor part of a large project such as a forest road construction project that includes only clearing, grading, and drainage structures. Inspects projects under construction for compliance with plans specifications.

Acts as inspector on timber sale and/or public work road construction contracts doing routine, established inspection duties. Maintains a daily log of the project, recording facts concerning work activity, work force, equipment in use, inspection activities, accidents, visitors, weather conditions, and unusual happenings. Reports all inspection activities to the COR or ER.

May also serve as inspector-in-training on more complex projects and activities working under close supervision of the project engineer.

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Gerald Lawrence, “Jr.”

District Ranger

USDA Forest Service

National Forests and Grasslands in Texas,

Davy Crockett Ranger District

28552 State Highway 7 East
Ratcliff, TX 75847
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Caring for the land and serving people

Dr. Lowery,
Good morning. I hope all is well with you and the CE department. I have an opening in my department for a Civil Engineer, and I was hoping that you could post the attached employment opportunity to your listserv. See I also plan to post the position with the Career Center.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for your assistance.

Wayne Hodge, P.E. (A&M Class of '91 - Civil Eng Grad)
Director of Product Engineering
Rinker Materials - Concrete Pipe Division
6560 Langfield Rd, Bldg 3
Houston, Texas 77092

Hi Dr. Lowery,

We are looking for two part-time geotechnical engineering interns for the summer. Would you mind informing the students? They will be working in the College Station office.
Thank you,
Alyssa S. Kieschnick | Director of Human Resources  

Gessner Engineering, LLC

Dr. Lowery,

During my time at Texas A&M (Class of ’05) I remember that you would pass along emails to the Civil Engineering students from individuals whose companies were looking for new EIT graduates.  I was hoping you might do the same to help my company’s search for an EIT.

I work for Hayter Engineering in Paris, Texas (northeast Texas, population 25,000) and we are currently looking to hire a May or August Civil Engineering graduate.  I have attached a job description as well as a brief firm overview. See and
In my opinion, the biggest selling point for Hayter is the breadth of experience a new engineer will receive.  Our clients come to us with a wide range of civil engineering challenges and it is left up to us to design an economical, lasting solution.  Having started my career at an engineering/architecture firm with over 50,000 employees worldwide, I found it was very easy to become pigeon-holed.  I wanted to expand my civil engineering skill set and have found Hayter to be the perfect company to do that.     
Thank you,

Chris Donnan, P.E., CFM

Project Engineer
4445 SE Loop 286   I   Paris, TX 75460

O: 903.785.0303   I   C: 903.249.2736


From: Mark Gross []
Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2016 4:58 PM
Subject: Looking to hire engineers interested in geotechnical engineering
We are looking for engineers to hire, and I thought you might pass my contact information along to Dr. Autenrieth, the Department Head of Civil Engineering.   There may be some spring graduates who are still looking for jobs.  We would welcome someone who has an interest in Geotechnical Engineering, and we are also looking for an engineer with some experience. 
Thanks much for any help you can give.
Kind regards,
Mark A Gross, Ph.D., P.E.

Mickle Wagner Coleman, Inc.
3434 Country Club Avenue
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72903
Phone: 479-649-8484
Fax: 479-649-8486



Dr. Brumbelow,
Here is a link to the job announcement that I mentioned yesterday. Please forward to anyone that you think may be interested.
Matthew Piazza, P.E.

Lee, please forward to UG and GR listservs…

Job Posting – Huitt-Zollars



Freeway and Major Highway Projects

Kelly Brumbelow, Ph.D., P.E.

Howdy Mr. Lowery,

Hope you are doing well.

You are a wonderful source for recruiting Civil Engineering students for our summer internship program.

I’m hoping I can count on your support once again this year to diffuse the attached job posting to your students who are interested in working during the summer. I did post on HireAggies, but have not received any applicants.
Please see for information.
I appreciate your helps as always. Please feel free to reach out to me if anything.


Hello Lee,
We hope your week went well.
We are reaching out to your structural design and analysis department to advise we have (2) wonderful opportunities in our Houston and Dallas Offices for Structural Engineers.
Please note we will be happy to interview any interested candidates who is looking for a new exciting career with our 50 year established employee owned company.
We understand new graduates may not meet all the listed job requirements. Please have applicants apply on our website:   -  Careers.

We look forward to every applicant you can recommend and appreciate your time,

Janet Dunbar

Sr. Administrative Staff I Facilities Services


11555 Clay Road Suite 100 I Houston, Texas  77043    



From: Glenn Jones []
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2016 8:29 AM
Subject: Part-Time/Full-Time Positions
Dr. Lowery:
Please post on your list-serve that I have an opening for a part-time and a full-time position for anyone interested in AutoCAD drafting and civil design work.  Resumes should be emailed to me at

Thank You,

Glenn Jones, PE-CFM

J4 Engineering

307 South Main, Suite 206
PO Box 5192
Bryan, Texas 77805
Phone: 979-739-0567


Dr. Lowery,
Binkley and Barfield Inc. is looking for a Civil Engineering Project Manager in our College Station office. The Project Manager should be a PE with 7-10 years of experience and will be assigned various projects including municipal, land development, and TxDOT projects. (Please refer to the job posting at for additional details.) My hope was that you may know some Aggies that would want to return here, to Aggieland, to continue their career. If you could, please share/post the attached listing through your avenues of communication.
Thank you,
Greg Lanting, Aggie Class of 2012

Graduate Engineer

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3452 Rock Prairie Road West

College Station, TX 77845

979.314.0953 Tel

Serving Texas Communities For 40 Years.
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Hi Dr. Lowery,
Can you send this out to the list serve. We are looking for kids interested in co-ops for the fall 2016.
Please see
Submit your cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcripts to
Alyssa S. Kieschnick | Director of Human Resources  

Gessner Engineering, LLC 

2501 Ashford Drive, Suite 102

College Station, Texas 77840

Civil | Structural | Geotechnical | Land Surveying | Construction Materials Testing 

State of Texas HUB Certified

College Station | Brenham | Fort Worth | San Antonio

From: Zahra Baratian []
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2016 12:56 PM
To: Autenrieth, Robin
Subject: Request

Dear Dr. Autenrieth

I am the Lead Engineer in Griffin Dewatering Company. I would appreciate if you can circulate my email between your recently graduate students who might be interested in a new job position.

Griffin Dewatering is hiring two Entry Level Civil Engineer/ Geologist. We are also Hiring Full-time Intern for Summer 2016.

If interested Please send your resume to


* The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of Bidding dewatering projects, cost estimate, and design the system. We have monthly training workshops for internal staffs.

Following is a list of some of the tasks and duties assigned to the job we discussed:

 - To review Projects Plans and Specifications and specify the projects requiring dewatering.

- To help technical group in design of dewatering systems

- To pursue dewatering project through teaming with other sales personnel

 * Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Or Geology degree from an accredited university.

* Minimum 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).

* The candidate must work effectively with internal team members and external client personnel.

* Experience using the Microsoft Office software suite.

Desired Education/Experience

* Ideal coursework includes Soil Mechanics. Hydraulics
* Previous engineering design or drafting work experience is desirable.

Thank you

Zara Baratian, PE, PhD

Hydrology & Hydraulics Lead Engineer


Griffin Dewatering

5306 Clinton Drive

Houston, TX 77020

May 12, 2016

NOTE: They have changed this to $10/hour.
The following is an unpaid internship offer, but before you dismiss it out of hand consider that
1)            You can do it from anywhere, including at home this summer, or here at school while taking classes.

2)            You will get some excellent experience working under the guidance of a registered professional engineer.

3)            You will get an excellent addition for your resume.

4)            If you do a good job, the engineer you are working for will probably give you a professional recommendation when you go up for registration, not always an easy thing to get.

5)            If you do a really good job, you might request that it turn into a paid internship.

6)            If you do a fantastic job, they may well hire you upon graduation.
Downsides are obvious.  The word unpaid stands out.  If you do consider it you should carefully hammer out how many hours they expect you to work, and to see if you could devote that amount of time.  There would certainly be no reason to get involved in such a project and then have them unhappy with your performance, even if it was free.
Lee L. Lowery, Jr., PhD, P.E.            <><
From: Amanda Szparka []
Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2016 8:56 AM
Subject: Marco's Franchising, LLC Construction Management / Engineering Intern - Texas A&M University
Hello Dr. Lowery,


It was a pleasure to have had the opportunity to have spoken with you yesterday morning regarding our need for a construction engineering intern.  Below is a copy of the job description to send out for interest.  All questions can be directed to my attention, either by phone or email.  My contact information is listed below in my email signature.


Construction Engineer Intern 
Marco’s Franchising, LLC. – Texas
Part-time, Internship (10-15 hrs. per week)

Location: Work from home

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