Press Releases 02-14-2017
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Halff Associates, Inc. (Halff), one of the nation’s leading engineering/architecture consulting firms, is proud to announce that Scot Laun has joined Halff as a senior project manager in the Water Resources Department.
Scot’s 23 years of experience include hydrologic and hydraulic design, studies, and analysis. He has provided preliminary engineering studies; drainage master plans; hydraulic design; and plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E) for drainage-specific projects as well as to support roadway design projects. He has completed projects for a multitude of clients including federal, municipal, and local governments as well as private clients. He has extensive experience in FEMA projects locally, regionally, and nationally.
A few of Scot’s recent projects in San Antonio include: North Verde low-water crossing, Quail Creek tributary drainage project, FEMA Risk MAP efforts for the San Antonio River Authority (SARA) in the upper San Antonio River watershed, and the Cibolo Creek watershed master plan that covered seven counties.
Scot received his Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University. He is a Professional Engineer and Certified Floodplain Manager.
About the Firm
Halff is a Texas-based, employee-owned, multi-disciplined professional services firm. For 67 years, Halff has provided innovative solutions for clients in Texas and throughout the United States, offering full-service planning, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, environmental, oil and gas, right of way, visualization, and surveying services. Halff has 14 offices in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. The firm is ranked #149 in Engineering News Record magazine’s list of the top 500 design firms in the US. For more information, visit www.halff.com.
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