The Officers of Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. are pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. Tom Carter to Senior Vice President. In this role, Mr. Carter 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. Carter joined Pape-Dawson Engineers in 1997 and has more than 28 years’ experience with engineering, urban planning, mining, construction, and infrastructure projects. His responsibilities include coordination, planning, administration and design for a wide range of commercial projects. He also provides engineering services for mining projects, including financial evaluations, cost estimates, bid package preparation, and construction observation.
During his career at Pape-Dawson, Mr. Carter has successfully led many innovative, high-profile residential and commercial land development projects, such as Pearl Brewery, The Dominion, AT&T Center, The Shops at La Cantera, Westover Hills, USAA Corporate Campus, various downtown San Antonio redevelopment projects, and NuStar Energy.
Mr. Carter is a graduate of Leadership San Antonio and served as Chairman of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Energy and Sustainability Committee in 2014. He is also a member of the American Institute of Architects, American Society of Civil Engineers, Texas Society of Professional Engineers – Bexar Chapter, Urban Land Institute, Downtown Alliance San Antonio, and San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
“Tom’s energy, excitement, and expertise have helped shape the landscape of San Antonio through some of the most notable developments in San Antonio’s history. These traits will help shape and direct the future of Pape-Dawson Engineers,” said Pape-Dawson Engineers’ Executive Vice President Rick Wood, P.E., “We look forward to Tom’s continued impact on the future of San Antonio and Pape-Dawson.”
Mr. Carter holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Idaho. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas and holds Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Building Design, and Construction credentials in the State of Texas.