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ALAMO ARCHAEOLOGY TEAM DISCOVERS ADOBE BRICK WALL (8/4/2016)
Bandera County Courier

DR. STEVE TOMKA, RABA KISTNER CULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGER, DELIVERS AUGUST 3 ALAMO PROJECT ARCHAEOLOGY BRIEFING AT THE PROJECT’S SECOND DIG SITE (8/3/2016)
Video Courtesy of Reimagine the Alamo YouTube Channel

DR. STEVE TOMKA, RABA KISTNER CULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGER, PARTICIPATES IN DAILY ALAMO ARCHAEOLOGY PROJECT BRIEFING (7/25/2016)
Video Courtesy of Reimagine the Alamo Facebook Page

DIGS MAY UNEARTH ALAMO’S MULTILAYERED HISTORY (7/20/2016)
by Scott Huddleston, Houston Chronicle

DIGS MAY UNEARTH ALAMO’S MULTILAYERED HISTORY (7/20/2016)
by Scott Huddleston, San Antonio Express-News

RABA KISTNER CULTURAL RESOURCES GROUP PART OF THE ALAMO ARCHAEOLOGY PROJECT (7/20/2016)
“Alamo Archaeology Work Begins Wednesday”, By Josh Skurnik, KSAT12.com

MCALLEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLDS RIBBON CUTTING TO HELP CELEBRATE RABA KISTNER’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY (5/12/2016)

Anthony Calbrese

Anthony Calabrese, PMP, LEED AP, Project Manager

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES THAT ANTHONY CALABRESE, PMP, LEED AP HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO PROJECT MANAGER (5/17/2016) San Antonio Project Control announced that Anthony Calabrese is being promoted to Senior Project Manager. Since joining the firm in 2007, Anthony has worked on some of our largest private projects including the Tesoro Headquarters campus and Frost Bank Westover Hills campus.

In addition to corporate projects, Anthony has served as Project Manager on projects for Methodist Healthcare Ministries, Texas Lutheran University, NuStar Energy, and the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, among others. Prior to working with Project Control, Anthony was enlisted for six years as a US Navy Seabee serving three tours in Iraq and providing emergency relief services to the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina.

Anthony holds both an MBA and an MPA, is a certified Project Management Professional and LEED AP.

CALABRESE PROMOTED TO PROJECT MANAGER
“Kudos”, The Chamber Today, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
“People on the Move”, San Antonio Business Journal


Jim Michel

Jim Michael, Senior Project Manager

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES THAT JIM MICHEL HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER (5/16/2016) San Antonio Project Control has announced that Jim Michel has been promoted to Senior Project Manager. Jim is currently serving as full-time, on-site Project Manager for the Witte Museum project.

Jim came to Project Control with over 30 years of experience in project management. His previous work includes projects with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, specifically medical research facilities and historic renovations at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio.  Jim also established and operated a construction company for 10 years, overseeing construction operations and assisting clients and architects with budgeting and construction management.

Jim holds a BS in Building Construction from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

MICHEL PROMOTED TO SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
“Kudos”, The Chamber Today, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
“People on the Move”, San Antonio Business Journal




freeport-fishing-tourney-Winners2016RABA KISTNER SPONSORS PORT FREEPORT TAKE-A-CHILD-FISHING TOURNAMENT (5/11/2016)
“Port Freeport announces winners of 16th Annual Take-A-Child Fishing Tournament”, American Journal of Transportation




RGV CookersRABA KISTNER RGV COOKING TEAM COMPETES IN RGV ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTOR’S FAJITA COOK-OFF (5/2016)
by Cyndi Wright, “The Smell of Spring”, South Texas Construction News





IA MACoCRABA KISTNER RIO GRANDE VICE PRESIDENT ISIDORO ARJONA PROFILED BY MCALLEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (4/2016)
“Business You Should Know”, by Roda Grubb






RABA KISTNER SELECTED AS PART OF TEAM TO DELIVER LOOP 202 SOUTH MOUNTAIN FREEWAY IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA: WILL SAVE THREE YEARS AND MORE THAN $100 MILLION TO COMPLETE (4/25/2016) Austin Raba Kistner Infrastructure (RKI) announced that it is a member of the Connect 202 Partners joint venture team awarded the design-build-maintain project to deliver the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway project in Phoenix, Arizona. As member of the Connect 202 Partners joint venture team, Raba Kistner Infrastructure will provide Construction Quality Management Services (QMS) for the first-of-its-kind project for the Arizona DOT, combining design, build and maintenance services. The innovative approach of the team delivers this 22-mile project three years sooner and $122 million less expensively than traditional approaches.

Connect 202 Partners will design and build the freeway corridor and provide maintenance for 30 years after construction. In addition to Raba Kistner, the team consists of Fluor Enterprises Inc., Granite Construction Company and Ames Construction Inc., with Parson Brinckerhoff Inc. as lead designer. DBi Services is the joint maintenance provider.

Clark D. Prothero, PE, Vice President, Raba Kistner Infrastructure

Clark D. Prothero, PE

Infrastructure’s Clark Prothero, PE, (photo right) is the Project Sponsor and Newel White, PE, (photo below right) is the Project Manager for Raba Kistner’s Construction QMS services.

The fixed $916 million contract for design and construction makes this the largest highway project in Arizona state history.

According to Arizona Governor Doug Ducey from the Arizona DOT (ADOT) website, “This is another example of

Newel K. White, PE, Associate

Newel K. White, PE

government working at the speed of business to save taxpayer money and improve the lives of Arizonans. Thanks to hard work and collaboration, the South Mountain Freeway will be completed under budget and faster than expected.”

In December 2015, ADOT selected Connect 202 Partners as the “best value” developer of the three short-listed teams that had submitted proposals to design, build, and maintain the new South Mountain Freeway. In response to ADOT’s challenge to the teams to propose innovative concepts that would save time and money while adhering to all environmental commitments, Connect 202 Partners proposed innovative approaches to optimize the design of the freeway, to reduce the amount of right-of-way needed, and to improve efficiency by reducing the amount of earth needing to be hauled by trucks.

“Clark Prothero, PE and Newel White, PE worked tirelessly to develop an efficient approach to providing the construction quality management services in support of the Connect 202 Partners team,” said Russel Lenz, PE, COO of Raba Kistner Infrastructure. “This project win is an example of RKI’s commitment to teamwork and dedication to providing exemplary service for our clients and partners,” continued Lenz.

Arthur Garcia, Senior Project Manager

Arthur Garcia, Senior Project Manager

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES THAT ARTHUR GARCIA HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER (4/25/2016) San Antonio Project Control announced that Arthur Garcia has been promoted to Senior Project Manager for the firm. Arthur is currently part of the team providing project management services for the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center Expansion project.

Arthur Garcia joined Project Control in 2005 as a Project Manager, bringing more than 10 years of project management experience in the fields of commercial construction and software development. Arthur has particular expertise in building systems and information technology and currently manages the company’s requirements for communications and data resources.

Past projects include the NuStar Energy Corporate Headquarters campus and various projects at Valero Corporate headquarters in San Antonio. Arthur is a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio and holds certification as a LEED AP.

GARCIA PROMOTED TO SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
San Antonio Business Journal, “People on the Move”
North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

 

Churchill DownsCHURCHILL DOWNS RENOVATIONS, PROJECT CONTROL PROJECT, FEATURED BY FORBES (4/21/2016)
“Inside the $18 Million Churchill Downs Renovation (And Its Secret Bar)
by Hunter Atkins, Forbes

 

 

Paula PortzPC SPORTS’ PAUL PORTZ PROFILED AS SPORTS BUSINESS JOURNAL “POWER PLAYER” (4/18/2016)












Roma Bridge Picture

RABA KISTNER SPONSORS, ASSISTS WITH HISTORIC ROMA BRIDGE DEDICATION (4/2016)
“Historical Bridge Receives Landmark Status”, South Texas Construction News








Greenville Lift Station ProjectGREENVILLE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES RABA KISTNER TO PROVIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY SERVICES FOR NEW LIFT STATION PROJECT (3/25/2016)
“City to Add Plumbing to West End of Town”, by Brad Kellar, Herald-Banner




RABA KISTNER TO PROVIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION SERVICES FOR CITY OF GREENVILLE PROJECT (3/20/2016)
“City to Begin Obtaining Land Along Corridor”, by Brad Kellar, Herald-Banner


RGV Partnership Leadership ClassKATRIN LEONARD, MCALLEN GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATE, PARTICIPATES IN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (3/2016)
“RGV Partnership Leadership Class – Now in its Second Year”, Today’s News, RGV Partnership




RGV Staff and CLS RABA KISTNER CELEBRATES 25 YEARS IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY (3/2016)
“25 Years and Counting”, South Texas Construction News

 

 

 

David WhiteDAVID A. WHITE PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE OF RABA KISTNER CONSULTANTS (3/24/2016) San Antonio Raba Kistner Consultants, Inc. (Raba Kistner) has announced that David White, RRC, RWC, RRO CDT, CEI, CIT has been promoted to Associate of Raba Kistner Consultants, responsible for Roofing and Building Envelope Services.  Since starting his employment with Raba Kistner in 2011, David has assumed the overall management responsibility for Roofing and Building Envelope services. In his expanded role, he is responsible for transitioning Raba Kistner’s Building Envelope Consulting services to other geographic regions.

In his five years with Raba Kistner, David has managed building envelope services on a wide array of projects.  David has managed projects for school districts and institutions of higher education across the State, large scale retail projects in Texas and Oklahoma, healthcare facilities, among many others.  The $485 million Kyle Field Stadium Redevelopment Project for Texas A&M University and the City of San Antonio $million Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Expansion Project are examples of the scale of projects for which David has managed the building envelope services.

“David has been a great asset to our company, growing our building envelope services in San Antonio and expanding those services into other regions across the State, including Austin, Houston and the Rio Grande Valley, as examples” says Chris L. Schultz, President and COO of Raba Kistner Consultants.  “David fully embraces Raba Kistner’s approach to client care and manages his projects and employees in a professional and responsive manner.  For these reasons, we are proud to reward David for his efforts and promote him to Associate.”

David is a Registered Roof Consultant, Registered Waterproofing Consultant, Registered Roof Observer, Construction Documents Technologist, Certified EIFS Inspector, and a Certified Infrared Thermographer. He is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University with a B.A in Business Administration.

DAVID WHITE PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE OF RABA KISTNER
San Antonio Business Journal, “People on the Move”
North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, “Member News”
Texas Contractor


Yvonne Garcia Thomas, PE, Manager, Austin Geotechnical Engineering

Yvonne Garcia Thomas, PE, Manager, Austin Geotechnical Engineering

YVONNE GARCIA THOMAS, PE, PROMOTED TO MANAGER OF AUSTIN GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING (3/24/2016) Austin Raba Kistner, Inc. has announced that Yvonne Garcia Thomas, PE, has been promoted to Manager of Geotechnical Engineering for the Austin office.  Having been employed with Raba Kistner since 2004, she will now be responsible for management of all geotechnical activities performed out of the Austin office, including management of personnel and geotechnical operations, department budgeting, scheduling and coordination of field operations. She will continue to work as a Project Manager on geotechnical engineering projects.

“Yvonne exhibits a positive and fantastic work ethic that is contagious to her peers and clients.” says Gabriel Ornelas, Jr., Vice President of Raba Kistner Consultant’s Austin office.  “Her attention to client satisfaction and her pursuit to improving our services makes her a valuable member of our firm.  With these attributes, we are pleased to promote her.”

Yvonne has served as a geotechnical engineering project manager for clients such as the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT); the City of Austin and surrounding areas, including San Marcos, Temple, Killeen, and Waco; Pflugerville, Round Rock, Leander, Del Valle, Belton, Corsicana and San Angelo Independent School Districts; The University of Texas at Austin, Austin Community College, Texas State University, and Concordia University, among many other private and public clients.

Yvonne is a graduate of Texas A&M University-College Station, and is an active member of the Heart of Texas Chapter of the Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS).

 

YVONNE THOMAS PROMOTED TO MANAGER OF AUSTIN GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
Austin Business Journal, “People on the Move”
Texas Contractor


New NY Bridge Halfway FinishedTHE NEW NY BRIDGE, RABA KISTNER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT, HITS MILESTONE (3/16/2016)
“The New NY Bridge Over the Hudson River is Halfway to Finish”, by Aileen Cho, ENR

 

 

RABA KISTNER SERVING AS INDEPENDENT QUALITY ASSURANCE FIRM FOR ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S FIRST P3 PROJECT (2/2016)
“Arizona Wades Into P3 Mainstream with South Mountain Freeway $916m DBM Deal”, by Fredric W. Kessler, Partner, Nossaman LLP, Public Works Financing

 

RABA KISTNER SUPPORTS SAN ANTONIO RIVER AUTHORITY LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT EVENT (2/26/2016)
“SABJ Snapshot”, San Antonio Business Journal

 

Canda Jellenc

Canda Jellenc, Vice President

PC SPORTS ANNOUNCES THAT CANDA JELLENC HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT (2/25/2016) San Antonio Canda Jellenc is being promoted to Vice President of PC Sports. Canda joined PC Sports in 2006, bringing over 20 years of construction management experience with her.

Canda just completed the construction phase of the $485 million dollar Texas A&M University Kyle Field Stadium Redevelopment project in College Station. The stadium was completed under budget and was built during two off-seasons. Canda is also part of the team beginning work on the Texas Tech University Sports Performance Complex in Lubbock, Texas. Canda previously worked with Hunt Construction Group, W.G. Yates and Sons, and Malouf Construction. Canda first worked with PC Sports while still with Hunt Construction during the construction of the AT&T Center, the NBA home of the San Antonio Spurs.

Canda holds a B.S. in Architectural Technology from the University of Southern Mississippi and is an active member of the San Antonio Chapters of PMI and CMAA.





CANDA JELLENC PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT OF PC SPORTS
San Antonio Business Journal, “People on the Move”
North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, “Member News”
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, “The Chamber Today”

 

John Latimer, Executive Vice President

John Latimer, Executive Vice President

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES THAT JOHN LATIMER HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT (2/25/2016) San Antonio Project Control announced that John Latimer is being promoted to Executive Vice President of the firm. John will be integral in the day-to-day operation of Project Control including implementation of strategic plans, project manager training, providing senior leadership, and assisting with operations.

John has been with Project Control for 28 years. During that time he has helped develop many of the templates and systems used by Project Control in the delivery of construction project management services for both private and public clients. John has held positions of Project Manager, Senior Project Manager and Project Director on numerous complex projects totaling more than 12 million square-feet.

John is a graduate of Lehigh University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. His engineering background, strong leadership skills, integrity and experience make him a highly capable manager and advocate for the owner’s interests.




JOHN LATIMER PROMOTED TO EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF PROJECT CONTROL
San Antonio Business Journal, “People on the Move”
North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, “Member News”
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, “The Chamber Today”

 

Paul G. Hawryluk, PE, Regional Vice President

Paul G. Hawryluk, PE, Regional Vice President

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES PROMOTION OF PAUL G. HAWRYLUK, PE TO REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT (2/25/2016) Houston Project Control is pleased to announce the promotion of Paul G. Hawryluk, PE, to Regional Vice President. Paul will serve as the company’s representative in the Bryan-College Station and Houston markets and surrounding areas. As Regional Vice President, Paul will be responsible for operations, leadership, construction project management, and business development.

Paul has proven himself as a highly effective project manager for Project Control, most recently as the Senior Program Manager for the $485 million Texas A&M University Kyle Field Stadium Redevelopment project, which was completed under budget. The stadium was kept operational during the football season, with all work completed during two separate off-seasons. Paul is currently serving as Senior Project Manager for the Corps of Cadets Dorms Renovation for Texas A&M University in College Station, improvements to the Menil Collection in Houston, and additions to the Houston Food Bank.

Paul brings to Project Control more than 20 years of experience managing projects for a variety of higher education and school district clients. Paul holds two Bachelors of Science degrees from Texas A&M University – College Station, and is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers and the Project Management Institute.

 


HAWRYLUK PROMOTED TO REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT OF PROJECT CONTROL
North Houston Association, “Member News”
Houston Business Journal, “People on the Move”
Texas Contractor


Milwaukee Bucks ArenaPC SPORTS NAMED AS OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE FOR MILWAUKEE BUCKS ARENA (2/19/2016)
“Bucks Arena Project Players Grown with Wisconsin Center District Pick of Owner’s Representative”, by Rich Kirchen, Milwaukee Business Journal

 

Greg San Marco, PE, Regional Vice President

Greg San Marco, PE, Regional Vice President

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES THAT GREG SAN MARCO HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE AUSTIN REGION (2/17/2016) Austin Project Control announced that Greg San Marco is being promoted to Regional Vice President of the Austin region. As Regional Vice President, Greg manages and oversees all aspects of Project Control’s Regional Office including operations, leadership, project management, and business development.

Project Control Austin region will serve clients in Austin and the surrounding geographic region. “I am very excited to have the opportunity to provide Project Control’s brand of professional project management services to the Austin client base,” says Greg. “Our strength is our focus on our client’s goals and intentions through the construction process.” Greg San Marco has more than 30 years of experience in various construction Project Management and Civil Engineering related fields. Greg is a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin and is a registered PE.

 

 

GREG SAN MARCO PROMOTED TO REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR AUSTIN REGION OF PROJECT CONTROL
Austin Business Journal, “People on the Move”
Texas Contractor

 

RABA KISTNER LISTED IN BUSINESS JOURNAL’S BOOK OF LISTS (2/12/2016)
Austin Business Journal, “Engineering Firms”
San Antonio Business Journal, “Engineering Firms”
San Antonio Business Journal, “Environmental Engineering & Testing Firms”


RR Project MapRABA KISTNER ROUND ROCK PROJECT PROFILED (2/15/2016)
“Round Rock creating fine for commercial trucks entering neighborhoods”, By Nicole Barrios, Austin American Statesman




Howard Holland, PE, Vice President

Howard Holland, PE, Vice President

RABA KISTNER INFRASTRUCTURES ANNOUNCES PROMOTION OF HOWARD HOLLAND, PE TO VICE PRESIDENT (2/4/2016) Dallas Russel Lenz, PE and COO of Raba Kistner Infrastructure, Inc. (RKI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Raba Kistner, Inc., has announced the promotion of F. Howard Holland, PE to Vice President. Mr. Holland will manage the operations of the Dallas and Bedford Offices of RKI. With substantial experience overseeing all facets of project management, including planning, design, construction, and maintenance, Mr. Holland is responsible for all areas of project operations for RKI, including employee and corporate leadership, operational oversight, and project development and management.

Prior to joining RKI, Mr. Holland had a significant career with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). In his more than 24 years with the organization, Mr. Holland served in numerous positions including District Engineer in Amarillo before retiring as the Director of the Maintenance Division in Austin.

“RKI is very excited to have Mr. Holland as a leader of our team,” said Lenz.  “Mr. Holland has had success on many significant projects in his career with TxDOT, holding numerous technical, managerial and executive level positions. In addition, his leadership since he joined the RKI team has been exemplary. His experience and expertise in the development and delivery of transportation projects make him an excellent addition to our team.”

Mr. Holland is a graduate of Texas A&M University and a licensed PE in the state of Texas.

HOWARD HOLLAND PROMOTED TO VP OF RABA KISTNER INFRASTRUCTURE
McAllen Chamber of Commerce, “Member Briefs”
Dallas Business Journal, “People on the Move”
North Houston Association, “Member News”
San Antonio Business Journal, “People on the Move”
Houston Chronicle
Houston Business Journal, “People on the Move”


Adam Hoebelheinrich, Regional Vice President

Adam Hoebelheinrich, Regional Vice President

PROJECT CONTROL ANNOUNCES THAT ADAM HOEBELHEINRICH HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE MIDWEST REGION (2/1/2016) San Antonio Project Control announced that Adam Hoebelheinrich is being promoted to Regional Vice President of the Midwest Region. Adam is responsible for managing and growing the joint Project Control/PC Sports office for Lincoln and the surrounding area.

In 2011, the Lincoln PC Sports office was established to manage the Pinnacle Bank Arena and West Haymarket Redevelopment projects for the West Haymarket JPA. Since completion of the arena project, this office has continued to provide Project Management for the City of Lincoln, the West Haymarket Joint Public Agency, and now serves other clients in the area. Adam will be responsible for managing this office including operations, managing projects, and business development in Lincoln, Omaha, and surrounding area.  Adam is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and is certified as LEED AP

Prior to joining Project Control, Adam worked for Kiewit Building Group Inc., a construction management firm, gaining experience on various projects in Nebraska, Alaska and Texas.





RABA KISTNER SPONSORS SUCCESSFUL INAUGURAL GALA FOR LEANDER EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE FOUNDATION (1/20/2016)
“Inaugural gala is a great success for Leander EEF” by Superintendent Bret Champion, HillCountryNews.com


Ashley E. Jones, Archaeologist

Ashley E. Jones, Archaeologist

ASHLEY E. JONES JOINS RABA KISTNER ENVIRONMENTAL AS ARCHAEOLOGIST (1/14/2016) Houston Raba Kistner has announced that Ashley E. Jones has joined the firm to serve as an archaeologist in the firm’s Houston office. She is currently participating in all of Raba Kistner’s archaeology projects in the Houston area, including archaeological investigations for the proposed Doris Road Bridge over US 59 in Fort Bend County, the North Houston Highway (I-45) Improvement project, and the IH-10 expansion in Beaumont.

Ashley brings four years of experience in archaeology to Raba Kistner, including projects from across Texas, the Southwestern United States, and Mexico. She has provided field and laboratory services for clients in the energy, education, and transportation sectors, among many others. Ashley has participated in a variety of projects, including pedestrian surveys, National Registry of Historic Places (NRHP) eligibility test excavations, and data recovery investigations of both prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. These projects include exploratory investigations at sites in New Mexico and Arizona, data recovery excavations at a prehistoric site in Ohio, and pedestrian surveys across Texas and Oklahoma. Ashley has also published or presented on archaeological studies conducted in Mexico and multiple locations across Texas, including Houston.

Ashley received a Master of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Virginia. Ashley is a member of the Society for American Archaeology, the Council of Texas Archaeologists, the Register of Professional Archaeologists, the Houston Archaeological Society, and the Women’s Transportation Seminar – Houston Chapter.

ASHLEY E. JONES JOINS RABA KISTNER ENVIRONMENTAL
Houston Business Journal, “People on the Move”
Houston Chronicle, “People in Business”
Texas Contractor


KYLE FIELD RENOVATION, RABA KISTNER AND PROJECT CONTROL PROJECT, COMES IN MORE THAN $1 MILLION UNDER BUDGET (1/13/2016) “Massive Kyle Field Renovation Projects Comes in More than $1 Million Under Budget” by Suzanne Halliburton, Austin American Statesman


SA-Const-News-Jan-16-RK-XmasRABA KISTNER’S SAN ANTONIO HOLIDAY PARTY FEATURED (1/2016) “Raba Around the Christmas Tree”, San Antonio Construction News


S-TX-Const-News---Jan-16---RGV-Panda-XmasRABA KISTNER UNDERWRITES MCALLEN HOLIDAY PARADE AND MANAGES FLOAT (1/2016) “Panda Christmas”, South Texas Construction News