Engineering program manager
NICK ANDREWS, PE, SE graduated in 1995 from New Mexico State University with B.S. degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Structural Engineering. He has 20 years’ experience in heavy civil construction and civil engineering work in 12 states. He is a licensed professional civil, structural, and construction engineer in the states of New Mexico and Texas.
Nick has worked for Peter Kiewit Sons’, the City of Las Cruces, and several private engineering and construction firms as well as self-employed work in private consulting. Nick's expertise in design work expertise includes site civil, utility, roadway and earthwork, structural, storm water and drainage, exterior architectural, landscape, anti-terrorism/force protection, foundations, flag poles and billboards, and other misc. design for commercial, private, and DoD clients. He served twice on the City of Las Cruces Ratepayer Advisory Committee after appointment by the Mayor of Las Cruces.
Nick's experience also includes a 23,000-mile nationwide fiber optic network for Level 3 Communications where he supervised the installation of over 2000 miles of fiber; E-470 Phase IV and the Northwest Parkway in Denver, both of which received awards for pavement excellence; The Tampa I-4 widening project in Florida with over 850,000 square feet of MSE walls; and numerous civil and building projects around Las Cruces, NM and at White Sands Missile Range, Holloman AFB, Cannon AFB, Melrose AFR, Kirtland AFB, McGregor Range, Ft Bliss, Yuma Proving Ground, MCAS-Yuma, various GSA properties in the El Paso Border region, The US Forest Service, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering – New Mexico State University
Licensed Professional Engineer, states of New Mexico, Texas
GB-98 Contractor Qualifying Party, New Mexico