Monica Malone Joins GEI ConsultantsJune 20, 2022
Civil engineer / operations manager to support GEI’s growth in Texas
DALLAS, TX (June 20, 2022) – Monica Malone, P.E. CFM has joined GEI Consultants as Senior Water Resources Engineer. She has more than 20 years of civil engineering experience, providing innovative solutions and insight into design projects across Texas and beyond. Based in GEI’s Dallas, Texas office, she will deliver her operational and technical knowledge to the firm’s work across Texas with a focus on water resources.
Monica has been involved in developing, reviewing, and finalizing enterprise documents related to accounting, project management, IT support, and safety. She has managed and facilitated the design of a variety of hydrologic and hydraulic studies, transportation drainage projects, and flood studies throughout the State of Texas. In addition, Monica has a strong record of developing and facilitating internal technical training and development programs for continuing education and professional skills. Her long-term planning, strategy, and operational know-how will provide well informed, climate adaptive infrastructure for our clients – public and private alike.
“We are excited to add Monica to our team,” says Elizabeth Savage, Dallas Water Resources Practice Lead. “Monica brings a wealth of knowledge and diverse experience to GEI in the areas of municipal infrastructure, transportation drainage, stormwater, and water resources engineering. She is a great asset to our clients as we continue to grow our engineering practice within the Dallas metroplex area and throughout the United States.”
“I’m excited to be a part of the growing GEI team and the collaboration involved with building strong relationships with our clients and new and existing teaming partners to meet project-related goals,” says Monica. “I look forward to expanding our footprint in Texas and doing work that is sustainable with a positive and long-lasting impact in our communities.”
Monica is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas and a Certified Floodplain Manager. She has been actively involved with the Texas Floodplain Management Association, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the Women’s Transportation Seminar.
About GEI: GEI Consultants, Inc. is a consulting engineering firm that delivers professional services that improve our world’s built environment. With more than 1,000 staff and 44 offices in North America, GEI is a leader in providing multi-disciplined engineering and environmental services to a range of private and public sector clients, both domestically and abroad.
As an employee-owned firm, we foster personal relationships with our clients and support our staff in a partnership model, which is underpinned by continuous learning and sharing of knowledge. We retain proven, recognized experts and attract the best minds to deliver to our clients a refreshing blend of technical expertise, collaborative spirit, and innovation that is rare in our profession. We engineer solutions in five primary end markets: Water Resources, Energy, Buildings, Infrastructure, and Industrial. For more information on GEI, please visit www.geiconsultants.com.
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