Directorate of Public Works

FORT HOOD, TX

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John Burrow, Chief, Engineering Division John Burrow
Chief, Engineering and Services Division

 

 

 

 

Engineering and Services Division
Consists of four branches dedicated to providing our customers top quality engineering support to meet each customer's needs.

Mission & Goal
Provide the highest possible quality of engineering, project development, and contractor services supporting the needs of Fort Hood. Grow and maintain the Army's best, most professional engineering and services team, achieving best value.
Curtis Eickenloff Curtis Eickenloff
Engineering Management Branch
Responsible for planning of all Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) projects for the Division. Responsible for the planning and execution of all JOC and small projects. Also, serve as the SME for all horizontal infrastructures, to include traffic, roads, parking, bridges, and dams.

Michelle Lenis Michelle Lenis
Design Branch
Responsible for the design and development of Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) construction projects for the installation.

Adam Alexander Adam Alexander
Construction and Utility Management Branch
Responsible for all quality assurance in Engineering Division projects including construction inspection, project execution oversight, adherence to regulations, guidelines and laws, and technical proficiency. Responsible for engineering, planning, and management of the installation utility infrastructure systems to include high voltage electrical distribution, water, wastewater, and natural gas.

Vacant Vacant
Services Branch
Responsible for managing various installation-wide service contracts. Our "cradle-to-grave" management includes initiating, planning, programming, designing/developing, assisting with acquisition, monitoring, and administering these contracts.
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