Parkhill Announces Three Licensees
Category: Company News
Written By: Valerie Edgren
Date: December 22, 2021
LUBBOCK, Texas — Parkhill has announced three new licensees for 2021.
Sean Ellis, PE, is a Civil Engineer in Parkhill’s Aviation Sector. He worked with the Texas Department of Transportation to complete many construction and maintenance projects across the Permian Basin.
Sean developed projects from the initial scope to design completion, performing the necessary field inspections for construction, laboratory testing, and forensic analysis for failing structures. With Parkhill, he is using his experience to build expertise for Aviation projects.
He works in the Midland office and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from the University of North Texas.
Paul Krueger, PE, is a Civil Engineer in the Treatment Practice with six years of experience, focused on water and wastewater treatment for industrial and municipal clients.
Paul is from a small community just outside of San Angelo, Texas. He moved to Lubbock and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University.
His experience includes the design of new lift stations, pump stations, gravity sewer collection systems, facultative lagoon systems, evaporation ponds, potable water treatment and distribution networks, and various rehabilitation projects for water and wastewater treatment facilities.
He assists clients with state and local compliance issues, including developing monitoring plans, O&M manuals, water conservation planning/drought contingency planning, public water system registration, stormwater pollution prevention plans, and water quality permitting.
A Texas Society of Professional Engineers member, he serves on the Young Engineers Committee. Paul is a Parkhill 2019 Building Community Award Recipient.
Austin Moore is now a Registered Architect in the Healthcare Sector at Parkhill based in Lubbock. His experience extends from retail facilities to clinics, schools, hospitals, and office spaces. Austin serves on various Parkhill committees to improve project execution and coordination for internal and external users. Professional interests include process improvement and inter-team communications.
He is a resource for problem-solving, clinic design, Autodesk Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, BIM, Level of Development, Lubbock BIM Lead. Austin has been elected the 2022-2023 Development Director for the Lubbock Chapter of the AIA. He earned both Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degrees from Texas Tech University.
Parkhill was established in 1945 and has more than 400 employees in offices across Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. Parkhill is a multidisciplinary firm that provides comprehensive architectural and engineering design services for a multitude of projects in government, commercial and institutional sectors – including K-12 and higher education, public works, environmental, infrastructure, transportation, healthcare, and church facilities. Parkhill’s design professionals include architects, civil engineers, interior designers, landscape architects, MEP engineers, structural engineers, and professional surveyors.