Lee Kyler Allison

Lee holds a BS degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas, Arlington and brings 29 years experience in civil engineering to the design table. Lee's past private industry employment includes Kimley-Horn Associates, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, and Isbell Engineering Group. On the municipal side, Lee has served as the city of Denton’s Director of Water Utilities.

Some of Lee’s projects have included a master planned development of 15,000 and 25,000 acre subdivisions in Phoenix, AZ, a water treatment plant in Gainsville, TX and a value engineering analysis for a developer’s wastewater treatment plant in Hawaii. In addition, Lee designed a large water pipeline in Las Vegas, NV, an elevated storage tank (2 million gallon) for the city of Fort Worth, a half million gallon elevated storage tank for the city of Corinth, a major roadway improvement ($10 million) for the city of Coppell, and a car dealership design in Frisco.

As a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) and the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), Mr. Allison has served on numerous committees and task groups. Lee is a past-president of the TSPE and a past-regional vice president of the NSPE. In addition, Lee was awarded the designation of “Fellow” by the NSPE for his service to the profession and the society.

Lee’s experience in both the public and private sectors brings a unique perspective and insight to the issues and needs of both the municipality and developer.

His “one-of-a-kind” business philosophy is simply “ELF”. Efficient, Lucrative, and Fun.

When Lee is not in the office, he enjoys being home with his wife, Sue, and their two fun-loving daughters. He also tries to keep up with his adult sons and his daughter-in-law in their travels and adventures.