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Excellence in Subsurface Utility Engineering(SUE) and Utility Coordination

    Introducing Jeremy Garcia-Glasscock, PE, an engineer specializing in land development and public infrastructure across Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. Jeremy’s expertise lies in land development design with a focus on utilities, including water, sewer, stormwater, detention/retention basins, and outfall structures. He is an active member of the Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI) within ASCE, staying abreast of industry standards and advancements.

    Among Jeremy’s recent projects is the US 34 Mead Bridge Replacement project where he served as a subconsultant to EST, Inc. Notably, the project concluded under budget and on schedule, showcasing Jeremy’s exceptional project management skills.

    Beyond project milestones, Jeremy finds immense pride in mentoring Engineers-In-Training, witnessing their growth and development as they navigate the intricacies of engineering projects.

    Outside of work, Jeremy enjoys assembling puzzles, skiing, hiking, and exploring remote towns with his husband and pets. He finds solace and inspiration in the beauty of nature and the simple pleasures of life.

    When asked about the most rewarding aspect of being a professional engineer, Jeremy shared, “The ability to contribute to the greater good by ensuring access to clean water and minimizing disruptions caused by construction activities. Being a part of projects that positively impact communities is incredibly fulfilling.”

    Jeremy’s dedication to enhancing the quality of life for communities reflects his unwavering commitment to engineering excellence and public service.

    Join us in celebrating Jeremy Garcia-Glasscock’s contributions to engineering and community development, and his commitment to making a positive difference in the world.