Thomas Pickering, P.E., p.eng.
Director of Civil Engineering
Tom has more than 35 years of experience as a civil engineer and more than 22 as a manager and program leader. He oversees all of our engineering work, with experience that spans the private, public and government sectors.
Tom has a deep understanding of projects of all types, sizes and complexity, and delivers invaluable insights on site assessment, land development, utility infrastructure, environmental impacts, and transportation. His father was a civil engineer and owned his own firm, so civil engineering is all he’s ever known. His greatest and proudest project was having the honor of being the Civil Engineer for the U.S. Slavery Museum in Fredricksburg, VA. The museum never got built, but the focus and presentation were true to its purpose.
- Greatest fear: Drowning
- Greatest phobia: What lurks beneath the water
- Hobby: home remodeling or restoration; taking something old and making it new again
University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth | Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering
Professional Engineer licensed in 42 States and Canada
National Society of Professional Engineers
Texas Society of Professional Engineers
National Council of Examiners for Engineering