Coastland continues to grow to keep pace with the needs of our clients and communities. The following is an introduction to the people hired recently.
Laurie Loaiza brings 18 years of professional experience in a wide range of projects including both public infrastructure projects and private development. Her experience includes roadway improvements, sewer, storm water resources, and private land development throughout Northern California. She has extensive knowledge with wet utility infrastructure modeling and design, including researching various options to determine the most cost-effective solution within project constraints. Laurie is also a Qualified SWPPP Developer with experience in WQMP’s including storm water treatment BMP’s and Low Impact Development (LID). Her first assignments at Coastland include supporting the cities of Colfax, Lincoln and Wheatland as well as Rancho Murieta CSD. We are excited to expand the Auburn office by hiring such a talented and experienced engineer!
Mathew brings over 30 years of experience in both engineering and construction. His professional career includes work as a Civil Engineer, Capital Projects Manager, Principal Engineer, Project Manager, Construction Manager, and General Engineering Contractor. He spent five years at the Sonoma County Water Agency and has extensive experience with water resource projects and public facilities. His first assignments at Coastland include serving the Town of Corte Madera, Sweetwater Springs and the cities of Santa Rosa and Willows.
Terrence Lee, SE
Terrence has over 36 years of experience in the engineering field, including structural engineering services for a variety of educational, industrial, residential and commercial buildings throughout Northern California. He is a licensed Civil Engineer and Structural Engineer in the State of California.
Terrence has volunteered his services after major earthquakes hit Haiti in 2010 and the Bay Area in 1989. In Haiti he served as a seismic damage evaluator and advisor for the construction of a new campus for the National University of Haiti (UEH). After the Loma Prieta earthquake he performed inspections of damage to bridge structures and a structural steel tower which supported an elevated large water tank on the Mare Island Naval Base.
Prior to joining Coastland he owned his own consulting business to provide structural and earthquake engineering services to architects, builders, government agencies, developers and owners. He performed engineering analysis reports of existing buildings and complete construction documentation of timber, steel concrete and masonry buildings.
One of his first assignments at Coastland is serving the Town of Ross with on-call plan review.