Pape-Dawson Engineers Welcomes New Practice Leader of Transportation
DALLAS, TX Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. announces Nancy Cline, PE, as their new Practice Leader of Transportation. Cline will serve as a key leader in Pape-Dawson Engineers' Dallas, Texas, office, promoting and managing Pape-Dawson Engineers' transportation and construction services throughout Texas.
Cline brings more than 30 years of experience in planning, organizing, and supervising the design of transportation projects. Her experience includes transportation engineering; planning studies; schematic and final design; drainage studies and design construction administration; as well as construction inspection and oversight.
Cline has held leadership roles with municipal governments, such as Dallas, Carrollton, and Addison. Most recently, she served as Denton Area Engineer for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Dallas District. She has successfully managed more than $480 million of construction projects in Denton County, including high-profile projects such as SH 114 and IH 35 West frontage road, developing a reputation of taking care of the community, clients, and consultants while also providing cost-effective leadership. Additionally, Ms. Cline worked on task forces preparing schematics and design plans for US 380, IH 35 West, and US 377.
"We are very pleased to have Nancy join Pape-Dawson's team," Pape-Dawson Engineers' Senior Vice President of Transportation, Gilmer D. Gaston, PE, PTOE, said. "Our clients in The Metroplex and throughout Texas will benefit from her leadership and technical expertise."
A licensed Professional Engineer, Cline holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in civil engineering from Texas A&M University and currently serves on the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Region 6 Board of Directors. She previously served on the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) Surface Transportation Technical Committee.