The Officers of Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. are pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. Matt Johnson to Senior Vice President. In this role, Mr. Johnson will be responsible for technical oversight of the firm’s land development services, and he will continue to take a strong leadership role in the promotion and management of these services.
Mr. Johnson joined Pape-Dawson in 2000 and has more than 34 years’ experience in civil engineering. He is responsible for the management of land development, infrastructure, and mining projects, including planning, design, construction, permitting, and scheduling. His projects have included retail, office, medical, multifamily, and industrial sites.
During his career at Pape-Dawson, Mr. Johnson has successfully led many innovative, high-profile residential and commercial land development projects, such as Glazer’s, KCI Corporate Headquarters, Holt Caterpillar Office Building, Texas Cryptology Center, Concord Park, Market Ridge retail, Park North, multiple Wal-Mart stores, various apartment communities, and Mission Solar Energy – Solar Panel Manufacturing Plant.
Mr. Johnson serves as Chairman for the Professional Engineers in Private Practice – Bexar Chapter. He is also a member of the Associated General Contractors of America and Texas Society of Professional Engineers – Bexar Chapter.
“I am very excited for the future of Pape-Dawson given the wealth of experience and leadership skills that Matt brings to the executive management team,” said Pape-Dawson Engineers’ Executive Vice President Rick Wood, P.E., “Matt has successfully navigated countless commercial, industrial and multifamily projects from inception through construction for his clients and will continue to lead his team’s efforts while expanding his role with Pape-Dawson.”
Mr. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering from Texas A&M University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas and holds Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design credentials in the State of Texas.
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