We are currently seeking a project manager or senior project manager. The applicant shall have their PE with 5+ years’ experience in the civil engineering discipline, and experience leading teams and projects in both design and coordination with clients. Learn more here!
We are continuing to expand our civil engineering design sector and are looking for a project engineer. The applicant shall have either their EIT or PE, with 2+ years experience in the civil engineering discipline. Find out more at our Careers page.
The Cottages at Hickory Crossing construction was complete at the end of February of 2017 and is now home to 50 residents. Located on a three-acre site less than a half-mile from downtown, the Cottages at Hickory Crossing provides permanent supportive housing and support services for the fifty most chronic cases of homelessness in Dallas.
Click Engineering provided structural design for the administration office and the cottages. We are excited to have contributed to such a great cause.
Chris Tansil, PE, SE, will join us as a Vice President and will be managing structural engineering teams for our projects while continuing to build relationships with prospective and current clients.
Chris brings more than 20 years of structural knowledge and experience to our project management and leadership team. Some of his most notable projects have included the New Parkland Hospital in Dallas, the University of Texas-Austin Engineering Education and Research Building, and the Booker T Washington School for Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas. He has also served as an adjunct instructor at UT-Arlington, teaching graduate level structural steel design courses for 11 years.
Click Engineering is proud to announce that Mike Oler has passed his PE exam and is now a licensed Professional Engineer. Mike has been with the firm for 3 years and has been a tremendous asset to our team as both a project engineer and a business development support leader. Way to go, Mike!
Here are some additional aerial photos of the Texas Tech Administration building in Lubbock, TX. Third floor progress is shown.