Our Team

Principal

Mark W. Woodson, PE, LS, F.ASCE

Engineering Department

Rick Schuller, PE – Associate Principal

Michael Janes, PE – Senior Project Manager

Alicia Stoffers, PE – Senior Project Manager

Robert Willett, PE – Project Manager

Joel Gilbert, EIT – Engineer in Training

Noah Garcia, Engineering Technician

Scott Sally, Engineering Technician

Survey Department

Grant Evans – Senior Project Manager

Chris Hull, RLS – Project Manager/Senior Crew Chief

Brian Mansker – Senior Survey Technician

Administration

Pamela Dodson – Office Manager

Tim Gill – Accounting

Russell Tweed – Marketing Manager

Staff News
Jim Folkers Retires

As Jim Folkers closes in on 50 years of surveying he has announced he will be retiring at the end of May! Jim has been the Survey Manager at Woodson for over 11 years. His interest in surveying began at an early age. “When I was between the ages of 8 and 12 years old I spent the summers helping my Dad while he surveyed and designed Forest Service roads” Jim recalled. Then he got a job as a surveyor as he worked his way through college. He received a B.S. degree from Northern Arizona University with a double major in Biology and Chemistry – but after college he just kept on surveying. We thank Jim for his many years of service and the expertise he brought to Woodson, and wish him many happy years in retirement, traveling and spending more time with family and friends!

New Woodson Staff

We are pleased to welcome two additions to the Woodson team: Noah Garcia and Scott Sally. Both recently graduated from  Northern Arizona University where they majored in Civil Engineering.

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Staff Milestones

Congratulations to Robert Willett, PE! Robert passed his PE exam and is now a Professional Engineer at Woodson. He’s been with us since 2014 and we are fortunate to have him on our team.

Mark Woodson Completes Term as ASCE President

Mark Woodson was the 2016 President of the American Society of Civil Engineers. With a lighter travel schedule he is looking forward to continuing his involvement at the local and state level, as well as continuing his commitment to preparing the next generation of engineering students for the work force. For example, he recently was a guest lecturer at Northern Arizona University’s engineering program speaking about public policy and how it affects engineers