Terry D. Denmon, P.E., P.L.S.

Terry Denmon

Terry Denmon

Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer

QUALIFICATIONS

Mr. Denmon has practiced engineering for over 43 years. He began his engineering career in the federal service with the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation and later was employed with the Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers. After 5 years in federal service, Mr. Denmon entered private engineering practice, and has served as Vice-President of CD&D since the firm was founded in 1993. As Vice-President, he has served as Chief Administrative Officer for nine multi-million $ contracts with five Corps of Engineers Districts. He has considerable experience in managing and administering government contracts with numerous government agencies


EDUCATION & REGISTRATIONS

  • B.S. – Louisiana Tech University, 1967, Civil Engineering
  • Graduate Courses – Mississippi State University
  • Professional Civil Engineer – Louisiana
  • Professional Land Surveyor – Louisiana
  • Professional Engineer – Mississippi
  • Professional Engineer –Arkansas
  • Professional Engineer –Texas


PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

FEATURED EXPERIENCE

Mr. Denmon has served as Vice-President and Chief Administrative Officer for CD&D since it’s inception in 1993. In this capacity he has been responsible for the financial management for nine multi-million $ contracts with five Corps of Engineer Districts. These contracts are:

  • Laboratory Testing and Quality Assurance Inspection services at Lock and Dam No. 5 on the J. Bennett Johnston Waterway for the Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers
  • Quality Assurance Duties and Services throughout the limits of the St. Louis District, Corps of Engineers
  • Laboratory Testing and Quality Assurance Services at the Olmsted Locks and Dams on the Ohio River for the Louisville District, Corps of Engineers
  • Construction Quality Assurance Inspection Services within the Limits of the Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers (1996 – 2001)
  • Laboratory Testing and Quality Assurance Inspection services at the Montgomery Point Lock and Dam on the Arkansas River Waterway for Little Rock District, Corps of Engineers
  • Quality Assurance Inspection Services within the Limits of the Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers (2002 – 2006)
  • Quality Assurance Services in support of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi-Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers
  • Quality Assurance Services in Support of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in Designated Parishes in Louisiana, New Orleans District, Corps of Engineers
  • Construction Management Services primarily within the Limits of the New Orleans District, Corps of Engineers

PRIOR EXPERIENCE

Mr. Denmon has more than 43 years of experience guiding his team in the successful completion of a variety of improvement projects for public body agencies. He is highly experienced in all areas of Civil Engineering and Land Surveying such as Transportation and Development, Municipal and Utilities, Structural and Foundations, Water Resources, Site Development, Surveys and Mapping and Commercial Building Design. A great majority of project experience comes from his ability to provide comprehensive services necessary to plan and assist in Governmental Funding, Survey, Environmental Support and Permitting, Design, Preparation of Bid Documents and Bidding, Construction Supervision (QA / QC), Project Close-Out / Start-Up, and Warranty Monitoring.

  • Example project experience includes:
    • Over 300 water supply project including groundwater wells and surface water sources, transmission and distributing piping, water main replacements, pumping and booster stations, water treatment plants, elevated and ground storages, residential and commercial distribution.
    • Over 200 wastewater projects including residential and commercial collection (both gravity and pressure), pumping stations, force mains and a variety of wastewater treatment plants, including several of the “natural processes” such as artificial wetlands, rock reed filters, etc.
    • Over 10 major complex water resource projects including dams, reservoirs, river enhancements and intake structures, etc., for the purpose of potable water supplies, flood control, drainage or recreation.
      • Example water resource projects include:
        • Arkabutla Dam and Appurtenances, Mississippi
        • Blakely Mountain Dam, Powerhouse and Appurtenances, Arkansas
        • DeGray Dam, Powerhouse and Appurtenances, Arkansas
        • Enid Dam and Appurtenances, Mississippi
        • Granada Dam and Appurtenances, Arkansas
        • Lock and Dam No. 8 Rehab, Ouachita River, Arkansas
        • Mississippi River Gulf Outlet Ship Lock, Louisiana
        • Monroe – West Monroe Flood Wall, Louisiana
        • Narrows Dam, Powerhouse and Appurtenances, Arkansas
        • Sardis Dam and Appurtenances, Arkansas
        • Steel Bayou Gated Structure, Mississippi
        • Yazoo City Pump Station, Mississippi
        • Subcontracted – Three Tributary Lakes Study for Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers
        • Pope-Westminister Force Main and Outfall Structure
        • Poverty Point Reservoir and Appurtenances
        • Bundick Lake Additional Spillway Capacity
        • D’Arbonne Lake Additional Spillway Capacity
        • Castor Creek Reservoir and Appurtenances
        • Boeuf River Reclamation Project
        • Bayou DeChene Reservoir
        • Forsythe/Chauvin Flood Prevention Project
        • Bryant’s Addition Drainage Outfall
        • Wilson Point Pumping Station
      • Example transportation and development projects include:
        • Route LA 3103 – Airline Drive – Bossier Parish, Louisiana
        • Route I-49 – Alexandria Urban Section 20 – Rapides Parish, Louisiana
        • Statewide Right-of-Way Survey for the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
        • Route US 71 By-Pass – Red River Parish, Louisiana