RICHARD DORMIER, P.E.
Mr. Dormier has many years of successful experience in the engineering profession, providing services for clients in both the public and private sectors. Since joining FMI, he has served as City Engineer for the cities of Forney and Heath, concentrating on municipal engineering and planning projects. He has also provided engineering services for Terrell, Bridgeport, Sherman, Waxahachie, Ennis, and North Texas Municipal Water District.
MICHAEL STACEY, P.E.
Mr. Stacey has completed numerous projects throughout Texas and specifically the North Texas area. He has over 28 years of experience in civil, geotechnical, environmental and materials engineering. His projects have included water and wastewater lines, streets, storm drainage, municipal solid waste landfills, dams, highways, storage tanks, and residential subdivisions. Recent work includes an H&H study for two small dams in Collin County, approximately 40,000 linear feet of force main, pressure main, and gravity 24-inch PVC pipe, and permit modifications for a large municipal landfill in Central Texas, and site civil work for a new police headquarters east of Dallas.
JOHN GATTIS, A.I.A.
Mr. Gattis has many rewarding years of experience designing architectural and public works facilities. He has worked as a design team member and project manager on schools, governmental buildings, churches, and commercial architectural projects. He has also served as a team member designing civil/site work, architectural and structural components for pump stations, wastewater treatment plants, and water distribution projects.
VICTOR ACUY, P.E.
Mr. Acuy has multiple years performing hydraulic analyses for water, sanitary sewer and drainage projects. Mr. Acuy was particularly involved in the hydraulic modeling of the water distribution and sanitary sewer system for the city of Sherman, Palmer, and Forney. He has also assisted in the design of the Barnes Bridge pump station foundation for the City of Mesquite. Mr. Acuy lead in the structural design of foundations such as the headworks lift station wet well, and biosolids dewatering building foundation at the Post Oak Waste Water Treatment Plant in the City of Sherman.
MARK HILL, P.E.
Mr. Hill has provided many years of providing engineering and consulting services to public clients. His services have consisted of providing engineering consulting to municipalities for review of Plats and Engineering Plans for developments. In addition, he has provided planning and design services for water systems, including planning, modeling, groundwater supply, surface water supply, pipelines, pump stations, storage tanks, treatment process, impact fee and CIP studies. Services for wastewater include planning, modeling, treatment process, pipelines, lift stations, impact fee and CIP studies. He has also managed and designed residential streets, thoroughfares and drainage projects. He has performed services for various Municipalities (e.g. Hackberry, Kaufman, Balch Springs, Dallas, Fort Worth, Hot Springs, Alexandria, Palestine), Federal/State (e.g. USACE, Barksdale AFB, TDCJ), Schools (e.g. Texas A&M University, NE Community College, Dallas County Community College), Districts (e.g. UTRWD, NTMWD, DCFWSD, Mustang SUD), and others (e.g. DFW Airport, Dallas Love Field, Canadian National Railroad).
Damir Lulo, P.E.
Larry Freeman, PE, RPLS
Gustave Michaud, PE
Laalithya Swetha Bondili, EIT
Courtney Wheeler, EIT
Carlos Aguilar, Marketing and Business Development Director
SPECIAL PROJECTS / QA-QC
David Gattis, PE