LDA Engineering has hired 40-year transportation veteran Terry Grubb as transportation services coordinator. Grubb, based in the Knoxville office, will assist clients with improving transportation infrastructure in support of community safety, mobility and economic development.
“Terry’s background in the transportation industry is expansive, and we are fortunate to have him on our team,” said Jason Brooks, president and CEO of LDA Engineering.
Grubb was involved in significant projects in Knoxville, including the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s SmartFIX40, James White Parkway, Interstate 40 and Broadway/Hall of Fame Drive improvements.
Grubb’s career includes 12 years of service as Regional Traffic Engineer with TDOT and 28 years managing the transportation division of an international engineering firm. In 2008-09, as a sub-consultant to LDA, Grubb provided roadway design services for a new bypass in Kirkuk, Iraq. He also worked on a number of projects in Pigeon Forge and Sevierville and the Interstate 485 Outer Loop in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Grubb earned a Bachelor of Science degree in structural and environmental engineering from Tennessee Technological University and a Master of Science degree in civil engineering transportation from the University of Tennessee.
He holds memberships with the American Council of Engineering and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He served on the Tennessee Highway Officials Certification Board and on transportation committees for Sevier County, the Knoxville Chamber and TDOT. He also is a member of Leadership Sevier Class of 2009.
About LDA Engineering
LDA Engineering is an employee-owned firm based in East Tennessee with offices in Johnson City, Knoxville, Nashville and Chattanooga focused on delivering engineering, operational, and management solutions to infrastructure challenges for water, wastewater and stormwater in East Tennessee. Established as Lamar Dunn & Associates Inc. in 1982, LDA Engineering’s innovative solutions to water-related problems continually earn national recognition from industry organizations, such as the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).