TSPE Greater Houston

Welcome to the Greater Houston Chapter of TSPE

Upcoming Events: 


5:00 PM - 8:00 PM at the HESS Building
5430 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056

Join TSPE/ASCE October 17th as  Mrs. Carol Haddock, P.E., Acting Director Department of Public Works and Engineering at City of Houston.

Carol Ellinger Haddock, P.E., was appointed as the Acting Director of Public Works & Engineering for the City of Houston on July 12, 2017. The Director of Public Works and Engineering is responsible for overseeing the Department’s services to Houston citizens through the planning, operation, maintenance, construction management and technical engineering of the City's public infrastructure.

 The Department’s responsibilities include operation and maintenance of the City’s streets and drainage, production and distribution of water, collection and treatment of wastewater, and permitting and regulation of public and private construction. The Department is staffed with a trained workforce of over 3,900 employees and operates with an annual budget of $2.1 billion. Carol has an extensive background managing capital engineering projects and programs and is the co-author of the City’s Capital Improvement Plan Process Manual for Infrastructure Programs which sets guidelines, criteria and a transparent process to identify and prioritize infrastructure needs throughout the city. Carol has worked for the City of Houston for twelve years. 

Prior to joining the Department of Public Works and Engineering, Carol was a Project Manager for the Harris County Flood Control District where she led efforts to implement Project Brays, a Congressional Fellow in Washington, DC. and a Project Manager with Klotz Associates, Inc., a Houston consulting firm. Carol serves on the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Board of Directors. She has previously served on ASCE’s Environment and Water Resources Institute Governing Board. Carol is a licensed Professional Engineer, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Rice University and has a Master of Arts in Public Administration from the University of Houston.

Free Teacher Workshop

Instructed by Dr. Grant Mindle and focuses on problem solving skills.  Earn professional development credit and the event if FREE and will have snacks provided.

8 AM - 12 PM at Jones|Carter
6330 West Loop South, Suite 150, Bellaire, TX 77401


4:30 PM - 7:30 PM at TOP GOLF KATY
1030 Memorial Brook Road, Houston, TX 77084


11:30-1:30 PM at the HESS Building
5430 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056

Join TSPE November 14th as  Mr. Jeff Linder, Director Hydrologic Operations Division/Meteorologist at Harris County Flood Control District will discuss the "impact of Hurricane Harvey and how to be prepared for floods in the future."  

Joining the Harris County Flood Control District in 2004 as the District’s first meteorologist is one of many precedents set by Jeff Lindner. In his primary role as manager of the District’s Flood Watch Program, Jeff implements regular communication with the National Weather Service and the Harris County Office of Emergency Management (HCOEM) during times of flooding while monitoring 140 rainfall and stage gages and collecting data at over 400 bridges located on many of Harris County’s 2,500 miles of channel. 

In addition, he oversees the operation of the Harris County Flood Warning System and the Regional Flood ALERT Partners group as well as establishing flood levels for all 140 gage sites in Harris County. Jeff has developed multiple presentations and preparedness materials on hurricane impacts, flooding, and drought and how to prepare and respond to these weather episodes. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology from Texas A&M University. He is a member of the national and local chapters of the American Meteorological Society and of the Texas Gulf Coast Emergency Managers Association, the National Hydrological Warning Council, Texas Flash Flood Coalition, and ALERT Users Group.


Congratulations to the 1st YEPP Class!
Interested in our Mentor program? Email Mark Hoffman to inquire about next year!

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TSPE 2016-2017 Sponsors

We have several great sponsorship options that will help us continue to support college scholarships, MATHCOUNTS, and Future City. 
We want you to be a TSPE Houston Sponsor! 

Congratulations to the 
2017 Houston Engineer of the Year
JR Reddish, P.E. 

Congratulations to the 
2017 TSPE Houston 
Young Engineer of the Year 
Mark Hoffman, P.E.

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