Improving Communities from the Ground Up
Since our inception, LAN’s focus has been serving our communities by delivering public infrastructure projects. Today, many municipalities, villages, towns, cities, Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (TIRZs), and special districts are redeveloping communities to improve quality of life and provide modern amenities.
LAN’s dedicated municipal infrastructure team understands the challenges associated with improving existing roadways, drainage, utilities, and public facilities while minimizing impacts to residents and businesses. In addition to delivering standalone municipal projects, LAN is retained as a District Engineer by Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) and serves as General Engineering Consultant (GEC) for other public agencies as a one-stop-shop for complete civil engineering services.
Muhammad has 19 years of experience and leads LAN’s municipal group specializing in city urban infrastructure projects. He has served as project manager for the planning, analysis, design, and construction of projects involving roadway, traffic, drainage, private & public utility, and high level landscaping amenities.
He is experienced working in some of the most urbanized areas in Houston, including several City of Houston, Harris County, TxDOT, TIRZ's, and special and management district projects. Muhammad has also assisted entities with overseeing multi-million-dollar Capital Improvement Plans that envisioned the design and construction of several mobility and drainage-related projects in the City of Houston. He has a proven record of using his time management and task prioritization skills to successfully deliver projects within tight deadlines while maintaining quality.
Kelly Shipley is project manager for sanitary sewer and lift station evaluations and rehabilitation, program management, force main design, civil site design, preparation of plans and specifications, bid package preparation, and construction administration. As Program Manager for Clear Lake City Water Authority’s Sanitary Sewer Evaluation & Rehabilitation Program, Kelly is overseeing the rehabilitation of the existing wastewater collection system comprised of 28 lift stations, 6,000 manholes, and 1.1 million linear feet of sanitary sewer. She is certified through the National Association of Sewer Service Companies’ (NASSCO) Pipeline Assessment Certification Program (PACP).
Eddie Streich has 10 years of diverse design, construction management, and inspection experience as it relates to land and site development. He has been responsible for a $24 million mall redevelopment, museum campus improvements, and single-family, industrial, and commercial developments. Eddie is well-versed in the design and construction administration of various infrastructure, including water and wastewater facilities, drainage detention systems, and sanitary sewer; as well as preliminary engineering studies and bond issues.
Justin Reeves joined LAN in 2003 and has experience delivering municipal infrastructure improvements, including, roadway and grading design, and water and wastewater facilities, and a majority of his experience with pipeline systems. He has successfully led condition assessment and rehabilitation efforts for various sanitary sewer systems ranging from 8- to 84-inches in diameter and using several trenchless rehabilitation technologies. Justin’s water experience includes planning, modeling, condition assessment, program management, and utility design for systems up to 108-inches in diameter.