Parkhill Announces the Appointment of 10 New Senior Associates

Category: Building Community

Written By: Parkhill Team

Date: October 12, 2023

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The Parkhill Board of Directors recently announced the promotion of 10 new Senior Associates. These influential leaders within the firm consistently carry out Parkhill’s vision by enhancing the lives of the people they serve and inspiring those around them to be their best selves.

“With a passion for delivering excellence every day, our Senior Associates are an integral part of our success,” Parkhill President Jay Edwards said. “When I look at this group of leaders, I know our mission of #BuildingCommunity is in good hands.”

The entire firm congratulates the following individuals for their hard work and dedication:

Matt Barnum, PLS, is a Senior Project Manager in Parkhill's Survey Practice. Matt joined Parkhill with the merger of Lemke Surveying in 2020. He is a registered professional land surveyor with more than 16 years of experience in civil design and land surveying. Matt also has a wide variety of experience with designer responsibilities for residential developments, commercial site developments, water and sewer systems, grading/paving/drainage plans, and roadway design. Matt has managed and coordinated the collection of field survey data, data reduction, and survey plat preparation for boundary surveys, topographic design surveys, ALTA/ACSM land title surveys, subdivision platting, and construction staking.

Bradley Blount, PE, CPD, is a Team Leader on the Mechanical Engineering team in Parkhill’s MEP/Structural Practice. Bradley has performed mechanical and plumbing system design for various commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. His recent design experience includes K-12 schools, universities, a Texas DPS crime lab, and the plumbing design on Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts Sciences. Bradley believes Building Community is about contributing more than we take: “If everyone was more concerned about the people around them and less concerned about themselves, everything would be better.”

Ashley Coco, AIA, is a Senior Architectural Project Manager for the Community Practice. Ashley has 28 years of experience with 20 years of which were with his own architecture firm. Since joining Parkhill, he has added tremendous value to projects small and large, including an early childhood facility on the Midland College Campus and a new Utility Department Facility for the City of Midland. Ashley’s experience and passion for building all aspects of communities speak to his ability to solve problems with relevant, innovative solutions. He has also served as the president of his local AIA chapter.

Nick Cooper is Parkhill’s Faith-Based Practice Leader with the Community Practice at Parkhill. He has a unique 17-year history in vocational ministry as a college pastor and a senior pastor, which allows him to have a tremendous understanding of church dynamics. Nick has been preaching, teaching, and consulting with churches and organizations, such as the BGCT, for more than 10 years on topics ranging from reaching millennials to church design and construction. He believes his ability to listen to, understand and focus on the client’s needs gives Parkhill the ability to deliver strong, efficient, and purposeful projects.

Kole Glover, PE, currently works in Parkhill’s Water Resources sector and has a passion for assisting clients with their infrastructure needs. His experience includes planning, design, and management of numerous small- and large-scale water and wastewater-related projects with both traditional and design-build delivery. Kole’s experience includes new and rehabilitated public water supply wells, collection and transmission systems, new and rehabilitated ground storage tanks, booster pump stations, and public water system setup. His wastewater experience includes wastewater line extensions or replacements and new or rehabilitated lift stations. Kole is involved in the Texas Society of Professional Engineers, where he served as 2021-22 president-elect of the Panhandle chapter.

Roland Holder, PE, SE, is a Team Leader of the Structural Team in Parkhill’s MPE/Structural Practice. His expertise includes design in steel, cast-in-place concrete, tilt-up concrete, masonry, and wood. He has extensive experience in the design of schools, churches, industrial facilities, and water/wastewater treatment plants and has designed projects all over the country. This includes new design and analysis of existing structures for renovation or reuse and numerous failure and repair analyses. Roland is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and has served in leadership roles in the Texas Society of Professional Engineers at both the local and state level.

Michael Krusing, PE, is a Team Leader for Parkhill’s Aviation Practice. After joining Parkhill in 2007, Michael worked with the infrastructure team in Amarillo until 2010, when he joined Parkhill’s Aviation team. In November 2014, he transferred to the Lubbock office to better serve Parkhill’s clients. Michael has gained experience by designing multiple projects for TxDOT Aviation and New Mexico Department of Transportation. He has also worked on projects benefiting Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport, Midland International Airport, and El Paso International Airport.

Liz Morgan, IIDA, is Parkhill's Interiors Practice Leader. Her experience spans multiple practices, including religious, municipal, healthcare, and commercial facilities. Liz has an incredible ability to connect with people and build enduring professional and personal relationships with clients and stakeholders. She has also built a reputation as a mentor to Parkhill’s interior design student interns and is a fervent advocate for the profession. She has served as the Campus Center Liaison for IIDA’s West Texas City Center and ambassador for the Council for Interior Design Qualification for West Texas. Inspired by Parkhill’s mission of Building Community, she served on the Community Impact Division Committee for Lubbock Area United Way.

Shaun Tidwell, PE, is a member of Parkhill's Water Resources Practice. His experience includes designing power systems for water pump stations, sewage lift stations, and water/wastewater treatment plants. Shaun is also familiar with backup generator systems design. Shaun has designed several lighting projects including street lighting, highway lighting, high mast lighting, parking lot illumination, and city park illumination. He has an in-depth knowledge of lighting standards set forth by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), TxDOT Highway Illumination Standards, and El Paso Electric Co. Service Requirements.

Clint Wofford, RLA, is a Practice Leader in Landscape Architecture. He is directly involved with Parkhill’s quality initiatives including design excellence, sustainability, and technical delivery. His innovative design and professional achievements have received numerous design awards by the American Society of Landscape Architects and the DFW Park and Recreation Directors Association for Design and Construction Innovation. Clint quickly understands the unique needs of the client and ensures each project is accomplished accurately and efficiently. His design solutions are practical and inventive with a strong emphasis on the integration of environmental responsiveness.