Our Team

Principal

Mark W. Woodson, PE, RLS, F.ASCE, D.WRE

Engineering Department

Rick Schuller, PE – Associate Principal

Michael Janes, PE – Senior Project Manager

John Hall, PE – Senior Project Manager

Sirisha Kalluri, PE, CFM – Project Manager

Alicia Stoffers, PE – Professional Engineer

Robert Willett, Senior Designer

John Rubel – CAD Technician

Joel Gilbert – Engineer in Training

Survey Department

James A. Folkers, RLS – Survey Manager

Grant Evans, Project Manager

Chris Hull, RLS – Project Manager

Brian Mansker – Survey Crew Technician

Administration

Renée Fay – Operations Manager

Tim Gill – Bookkeeper

Pam Arthur – Administrative Assistant

Russell Tweed – Marketing Manager

Staff News
Staff Milestones

Several Woodson staff recently celebrated anniversaries with the Firm: Rick Schuller (20 years), Sirisha Kalluri (5 years) and Robert Willett (5 years). Congratulations and thank you for your commitment to Woodson!

New Woodson Staff

Over the last several months we have been steadily building our team. Most recently we are excited to announce that Renée Fay has joined our team as Operations Manager, and Joel Gilbert has been hired as Engineer In Training.

Renée has worked in our industry for many years and will be a welcome addition to the team, overseeing our administrative operations. Renée is an accounting professional with over 20 years of experience in accounting, internal audits, financial reporting, government contract reporting requirements, and much more. She has lived in Flagstaff for many years and we are thrilled to have her join the Woodson team.

Joel completed his Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Arizona University in Environmental Engineering last spring. He brings a strong interest, and relevant course work, in water resources and storm water systems, as well as experience with AutoCAD and related modeling software. Welcome aboard Joel!

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