Gus Pape and Gene Dawson, Sr. establish Pape-Dawson in San Antonio.
By 1978, Pape-Dawson employs more than 30 employees.
SeaWorld of San Antonio, a landmark project for Pape-Dawson, was completed.
Pape-Dawson performed civil engineering design for the USAA Headquarters in San Antonio.
Gene Dawson Sr. retires and passes the torch to his sons, Gene Dawson, Jr., P.E. and Sam Dawson, P.E.
Pape-Dawson completed civil services for Toyota Manufacturing, a state-of-the-art plant in San Antonio.
Pape-Dawson acquires Huffcut & Associates, founded in 1994, creating our Austin office.
Pape-Dawson expands to Houston, opening an office in the heart of the city.
Our fourth Pape-Dawson office, located in Fort Worth, was the first in the Metroplex.
Pape-Dawson expands into the Dallas market by opening an office in Plano.
Pape-Dawson completed civil engineering for the British International School of Houston, a 280K SF culturally diverse global campus.
In honor of our 50th Anniversary, Pape-Dawson launches the Pape-Dawson Engineers Charitable Foundation to benefit charitable causes.
Pape-Dawson prepared extensive flood studies for Harris County Flood Control District after Hurricane Harvey.
The U30 Program was established to enhance the lives of our team through education, social networking, and entertainment.
Pape-Dawson begins the Domain South End District project, a 30-acre, high-end mixed-use development in North Austin.
We begin design work on Vista Ridge Regional Water Supply Project, a 142-mile pipeline from Burleson to Bexar county.
The New Braunfels office is established to support growth along the IH-35 Corridor between San Antonio and Austin.
Pape-Dawson acquires ArborLeaf Engineering & Surveying, establishing a North Houston office.
We bring on a Chief Engagement Officer to champion human capital initiatives in learning, development, training, and succession retention.
Today, Pape-Dawson continues the legacy created more than a half century ago.