From Midwest corn fields to the Southwestern desert, the lay of the land has always been important to Warren. As boy growing up in Iowa, to working on a survey crew while at the University of Nebraska, how the land flowed and was ultimately used interested him.
Warren sees his role as a civil engineer for land development as an important way to inform, involve, and integrate the community and governmental processes of review and re-evaluation for land use decisions. His goal is to ensure proper compliance with rules and requirements of agencies which will directly impact our community today and into the future. Projects are like raising a child, nurturing the process of discovery and analysis, to design and compliance, with a final sendoff of the completed project into the community. As someone who wants to be involved, Warren is ready to provide insights to agencies and committees, thus actively participating in community development at the most important level – the land we build on.