May 31, 2016
T.Y. Lin International Hires Sam C. Dunnam, P.E., as Project Manager, Facilities, for Southern Nevada and Southern California
T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces that Sam C. Dunnam, P.E., QSP, QSD, has joined the firm as Project Manager, Facilities, for the Southern Nevada and Southern California markets. Based in TYLI’s office in Las Vegas, Nevada, Dunnam will be responsible for the planning and design of private/public land development projects, with a primary focus on civil infrastructure related to commercial/industrial development and federal facilities. He will also oversee business development, operations, and staff development and supervision.
As a Registered Professional Engineer in Nevada, California, Arizona, and Wyoming, Dunnam comes to TYLI with 33 years of experience as a professional consulting engineer for commercial, industrial, federal, municipal, and residential development projects. His vast expertise includes leading engineering teams, designers and hydrologists for complex land development projects. He also has extensive experience in contract administration, zoning approvals, and the preparation of hydrology studies and civil improvement plans.
“We anticipate significant growth for T.Y. Lin International’s Facilities Line of Business in Southern Nevada and Southern California, and are tremendously pleased to have a seasoned, highly regarded engineer like Sam join our firm,” said Mark Ashley, P.E., Senior Vice President and Director of TYLI’s West Region. “Sam brings three decades of experience in project team leadership and client development. His well-established reputation and key relationships with city, county, state, and federal governments are certain to be major factors in our planned expansion.”
A former City of Las Vegas Planning Commissioner (2005-2009), Dunnam received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is a Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP) and Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) in the State of California, and has been certified as a Construction Quality Manager by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Dunnam remains an active member of the National Society of Professional Engineers.