LDA ENGINEERING HIRES THREE RESIDENT PROJECT REPRESENTATIVES

Lamar Dunn and Associates, Inc. (LDA Engineering) recently hired Bruce Conatser, Justin Gilland and Dennis A. Shepherd, professionals with a combined 80 years of experience in the construction industry, to serve as resident project representatives. Shepherd and Conatser will operate from the Knoxville office, and Gilland will work in Morristown, Tenn.

Staying afloat with the rise of flood insurance rates

By Lee Gentry, P.E. Starting this October, some property owners should expect to see a rate increase because of changes in how flood insurance is managed on the federal level. At LDA Engineering, our response is to offer our clients insight into what this mean on a local, state and regional level. The answer is of considerable importance since our … Read More

Wastewater Pumping Stations: Out of sight, but not out of mind

By Steve Bostic. P.E. When was the last time you considered the wastewater infrastructure that operates behind the scenes in your city? Although these systems may operate well in the background, maintaining and updating the infrastructure is critical to preventing asset failure thereby better protecting public health and safety. It may be out of sight, but it shouldn’t be out … Read More

Our new brand showcases our greatest strength: Our people

Lamar Dunn and Associates has a 30-year reputation of excellence in water engineering and management solutions. Our founder, Lamar Dunn, established and managed this business with quality people who have focused on becoming trusted advisers to our clients for engineering related services. We’re building on that legacy.

LDA ENGINEERING HIRES TIM JETT AS PROJECT MANAGER

LDA Engineering recently hired Tim Jett as senior project manager to oversee projects and serve clients in the Knoxville, Morristown, Oak Ridge and Chattanooga markets. “Tim has more than 20 years of experience finding solutions for water-related issues,” said Jason Brooks, CEO of LDA Engineering. “His specialized background in wastewater sewer rehabilitations, as well as his skill in all areas … Read More

LDA ENGINEERING HIRES STEVE DRUMMER AS SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER

LDA Engineering announced the hiring of Steve Drummer as senior civil engineer to help serve clients in Tennessee, Southeast Kentucky and Southwest Virginia. Drummer has 34 years of experience in municipal engineering, site development, transportation and drainage design and construction. “Steve’s wealth of experience on diverse projects will be an incredible asset to our clients,” said Jason Brooks, CEO of … Read More

LDA ENGINEERING HIRES TARA MALLISON AS PROJECT ENGINEER

LDA Engineering recently announced the hiring of Tara Mallison as an environmental engineer to provide engineering-related services to clients who manage and operate water, wastewater and stormwater systems. “Tara’s extensive knowledge and work ethic are real assets to LDA Engineering,” said Jason Brooks, president and CEO of LDA Engineering. “Tara’s passion and expertise for design of environmental systems to improve … Read More

LDA ENGINEERING SELECTED TO DEVELOP CHATTANOOGA GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE MASTER PLAN

LDA Engineering has been selected to lead the team to develop and recommend a green infrastructure master plan for the City of Chattanooga to complement traditional “gray” infrastructure, namely man-made sewer and stormwater structures, with sustainable green alternatives. “We are honored to be selected to develop Chattanooga’s green infrastructure master plan,” said Jason Brooks, president and CEO of LDA Engineering. … Read More

CHATTANOOGA ENGINEERING FIRM CELEBRATES A DECADE IN BUSINESS

Announces New CEO And Local VP Originally seen in The Chattanoogan on Sunday, October 21, 2012 Lamar Dunn & Associates (LD&A) is celebrating its 10th year of business in the Scenic City by announcing a new company president & CEO and promoting a local man as the vice president of its Chattanooga office.

WAREHOUSE DEMOLITION CONTINUES; PARK PROJECT PART OF FLOOD REMEDIATION PLAN

From Johnson City Press, May 3, 2012 Gary B. Gray – Press Staff Writer The $4.5 million Founders Park project is back in swing. What began as, and still is, a piece of Johnson City’s long-term flood remediation plan, the project has turned into a bit more than the opening up of Brush Creek.