TD&H started the Lewiston office in 1994. Over the last 21 years, we have grown from four people to a full-time professional staff of 16, including three registered professional engineers, a certified grant administrator, professional geologist, registered land surveyor and dedicated support staff.
Historically, the Lewiston office has been very strong in transportation work, designing miles of roadways, highways and bridges for the Idaho Transportation Department and cities and counties within both Washington and Montana. Surveying has also been part of the backbone of our operation, and our full-time survey crew are experts in all types of boundary, topographic and construction surveying.
In July of 2012, TD&H merged with Progressive Engineering Group. We are excited to now offer expertise in water and wastewater system design. In addition, we are now the only regional engineering firm that offers both top-notch design services and certified grant administration.
Our local construction division provides in-house expertise in heavy construction as well as materials and compaction testing.
Lewiston Regional Office
210 Main St
Lewiston, Idaho 83501
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Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Phone (208) 746-0938
Fax (208) 746-9732
Michelle has over 20 years of experience in community and economic development, specializing in project development and financial assistance through grant/loan writing, administration, and environmental compliance. She is a Professional Community and Economic Developer (PCED) and a Certified Grant Administrator. Michelle has a B.A. in Business from Lewis-Clark State College and a Masters of Science in Community and Economic Development from University of Central Arkansas. Michelle spends most of her time on the road meeting with clients, overseeing construction compliance, and working with funding agencies to find communities funds for their projects.
Luke’s 10 years of experience includes analyzing needs, goals, and requirements of a project to create or evaluate a design; motivating others and delegating tasks while working towards the project common goal; determining compliance of a design to specifications; determining compliance of construction activities to specifications during site checks; and mentoring engineers in order to increase performance to a higher level.
Jim has dedicated the past 30 years to providing clients professional, ethical service in engineering, environmental, and geologic disciplines. His expertise spans all facets of roadway design, geotechnical engineering, geosynthetics, modern construction methods including cement-treated base, telecommunications with respect to interface with roadway design and construction, environmental engineering, hydrogeology, storm water, rock mechanics, landfill design, and construction, preparation of plans and specifications, public administration, federal and state-funded construction projects, grant writing, and fleet management. Throughout his career, Jim has lead diverse professionals through technically challenging projects with superior communication and consensus.
Jen has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and provides technical writing for Preliminary Engineering Reports and engineering design and support for a wide variety of projects including sidewalks, roadways, water reservoirs, and water distribution systems .Jen’s strength is construction management and is detailed oriented. Jen owned her own construction company prior to getting her engineering degree, which brings a unique “constructability” perspective to projects.
Morgan is an Engineering Intern who assists at various levels. She is trained in a variety of engineering software, including AutoCAD, ArcGIS, Revit, and more. A recent graduate of Washington State University, Morgan has already inspected for construction projects in the area. Her strengths include environmental engineering and water resources design.
Kris has worked on hundreds of industrial, commercial, military, and residential new construction and renovation projects. Kris has over 30 years of experience in structural design, analysis, and construction. Prior to joining TD&H, Kris focused on precast and prestressed concrete structures including pedestrian and vehicle bridges, industrial, commercial, agricultural, water storage and treatment, and detention facilities. She has experience in project management and design/build projects. She is familiar with current codes such as ACI 318, ASCE 7-10, IBC 2012, and AASHTO Bridge Design Specifications.
Kris received her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Iowa State University, M.S. in Soils Engineering from Iowa State University and PhD in Civil Engineering from University of Idaho.
Alfred has experience in the structural design, analysis, project management and construction of structures using steel, concrete, masonry, cold formed steel and timber. Alfred has worked on military, educational, commercial, residential and industrial jobs primarily in building structures. Two key qualities he brings to each project is the attention to the constructability of a design and effective communication between varied stakeholders. Alfred received his BBA in financial management from the University of New Mexico and MS in Civil Engineering from the University of New Mexico.
Jenni has over 20 years of environmental experience working with municipalities, government agencies and industry. Jenni has experience in environmental permitting, (air, water, solid and hazardous waste), SPCC plans, stormwater and erosion control plans, environmental assessments and audits including SEPA as well as GIS mapping in addition to teaching engineering at our local college.
Mary comes to TD&H Engineering with nearly 20 years of experience in writing and office management. In the past, she has been a newspaper reporter, public relations writer, transcriptionist and office manager. She earned a degree in Journalism from Oakland University.