LDA is excited to welcome Ethan W. Skaggs, PE as the newest member of firm’s leadership team. Based in our Memphis office, Ethan is joining LDA’s team as a Principal Engineer. He will be managing transportation and public works infrastructure projects as part of a team working with clients to build stronger, happier communities throughout Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and the … Read More
LDA Engineering team members Steve Bostic and Reuben Robertson recently assisted the Project Team members to perform the one-year, construction-warranty inspection for the new five million-gallon Tannery Knob water reservoir in Johnson City. The new prestressed concrete reservoir, which was completed in September 2018, replaced a 1940’s-era concrete reservoir. It provides more system storage for water that is used to … Read More
LDA Engineering is excited to welcome Jason Elliott, PE, CPESC, to the firm’s leadership team. Based in our Alcoa office, Jason is joining LDA’s team as a Senior Project Manager and Associate Engineer. He will be managing civil and transportation projects as part of a team working with clients to build stronger, happier communities across Tennessee, Kentucky, and the Southeast … Read More
LDA Engineering is excited to welcome Tazio Qubeck, PE, to the firm’s leadership team. Based in our Nashville office, Tazio is joining LDA’s Middle Tennessee team as a Principal and Senior Client Services Manager. He will be supporting business development, tracking and overseeing projects, providing technical expertise, and supporting team members in working with clients to build stronger, happier communities … Read More
The Industrial Development Board of Blount County has awarded a contract to LDA Engineering to provide consulting engineering services related to the design and construction of the Denso Greenway Trail Extension. The project consists of approximately 4,600 linear feet of a multi-modal greenway that follows ADA standards and includes pedestrian lighting and several locations where a boardwalk might be necessary … Read More
Future City, a project-based learning program where students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades imagine, research, design, and build cities of the future, has just announced the 2019/2020 competition challenge! This year’s special challenge — to choose a threat to the city’s water supply and design a resilient system to maintain a reliable supply of clean drinking water.