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Justin Reeves, PE, LEED AP, Promoted to Business Group Director at Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc.

Fort Worth, Texas — Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) announces the promotion of Justin Reeves, PE, LEED AP, vice president, to North Texas infrastructure business group director.

With an engineering background that spans more than two decades, Reeves has served in technical and management roles for water and wastewater treatment planning; pipeline modeling, planning, design, construction and management; and rehabilitation and design of roadway and drainage systems.

“I extend our warmest congratulations to Justin for his recent promotion,” said Steve Gilbreath, vice president and chief operations officer at LAN.  “His dedication, hard work and leadership have created significant growth for our team in the North Texas infrastructure market. This promotion is not only a recognition of his achievement but also a vote of confidence in his future success.”

Reeves will lead strategic growth, financial management, and client relationships for the North Texas infrastructure group in his new capacity.

“Representing LAN as part of our North Texas infrastructure team has been a ton of fun and has created some exciting opportunities. We are working on some exciting projects and programs in the region that will challenge us technically, require us to think differently and grow our practice while improving the communities,” said Reeves.

LAN is committed to sustained growth, innovation and success as it continues to deliver cutting-edge solutions to its current and prospective clients. Reeves was among four practice leaders at LAN promoted to business group director.

About LAN

LAN is a full-service consulting firm offering planning, engineering and program management services addressing the nation’s heavy civil infrastructure needs. Consistently ranked among the top engineering companies in the country, LAN has pioneered resilient and sustainable civil engineering solutions to shape evolving communities since 1935.