Lisa serves EEA as a principal overseeing projects under The Department of Energy's purview. She is based in the Albuquerque office.
Coming to EEA in 2012, Lisa works extensively with state agencies, federal organizations, and numerous public entities. Her design experience includes new facilities, renovations, rehabilitations, addictions, remodels, upgrades, investigations, and analyses for all types of building materials in the design of governmental facilities, including national laboratories, military installations, Native American Tribes, state and local municipalities, as well as manufacturing plants, office buildings, educational facilities, and Indian health service edifices.
She has experience with laboratories - both light labs to complex labs; different levels of security from open access, controlled access, limited areas, SCIFs, and different levels of quality assurance requirements from ML1-ML4 including Price Anderson project requirements.
Formerly, Lisa worked for Chavez-Grieves who did work for Los Alamos National Laboratory from 1993-2000 and Sandia National Labs (2002-2008) as a program manager managing IDIQ.
Lisa serves on the Dean's Advisory Committee for New Mexico State University, is the past chair of the civil PE exam and the current civil structural subcommittee for National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors (NCEES), and past commissioner of New Mexico Construction Industries. Lisa was the first woman president of the New Mexico section American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and won the award for ABQ Woman of Influence 2010.
Lisa received her Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from New Mexico State University in 1984. She also received education from the WHPacific Project Management Academy and NANA Project Management Bootcamp. Lisa is a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Texas and New Mexico and is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP).
Austin headquartered EEA Consulting Engineers is licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia for MEP engineering (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) services, energy conservation, commissioning, process utility engineering, and utility master planning. Since the company’s founding in 1977, the Austin engineering company has grown from two staff to now more than 80 personnel with offices in two states.
Our Texas engineers and New Mexico engineers have completed projects in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Singapore for central utility plants, commercial clients, data centers, the government and military, the high tech and semiconductor sector, higher education institutions, industrial facilities, pharmaceutical and biotechnology facilities, recreational parks and pools, religious institutions, and retail and senior living giants. EEA is an Austin American Statesman “Top Workplace” and has been a Consulting Specifying Engineer magazine “MEP Giant” multiple years (a top 100 MEP engineering firm in the USA). For more information, please visit www.eeace.com