Ty Womble, P.E.
Ty Womble has a combined perspective of a civil engineer, economist, and accountant leading to innovative, optimized, well-strategized projects, streamlined operations, and perfected execution.
His current 15-year professional experience has spanned engineering design, program and project management, construction management, engineering research, design-build construction delivery and contracting, real estate brokerage and development. The blended experience covered multi-billion dollar infrastructure down to the special detail of a multi-million dollar architecturally unique home, with clients ranging from the U.S. Federal Government and U.S. military to smaller local governments and local real estate developments. This has enabled a holistic project approach to any varied scale of projects.
He has worked directly or indirectly for several of the top #100 Engineering News Report (ENR) design firms and construction firms.
His prior experience before engineering and construction was with firms such as Citi Bank – Smith Barney and Ernst & Young. Other experience includes a $10M venture capital backed web start-up and venture at the age of 19-21.
Mr. Womble graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering, and a Bachelors of Arts in Economics. Prior to that, he studied in the University of Oklahoma Honors College, focusing on Accounting and Finance.
Texas Exes Board of Directors (prior)
University of Texas at Austin – Engineering Department, Board (prior)
American Society of Civil Engineers – Austin Chapter Officer (prior)
American Society of Civil Engineers – Member
- Texas Board of Professional Engineers, No. 117,641
- U.S. Green Building Council – LEED Accredited Professional
- California Professional Surveyors Examination
- University of Texas at Austin, Bachelors of Economics
- University of Texas at Austin, Bachelors of Civil Engineering
- Engineering & Construction
- $650M Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport expansion
- $2.5B Dallas, TX 12-miles of US Interstate design
- $850M Austin, TX – Commercial / Retail development
- $360M Austin, TX – Mixed Use development
- $180M Austin, TX – State school project
- $3M FEMA drainage studies
- $ 25M LBJ Presidential Library Renovation
- $180M University of Texas at Austin Football Stadium
- $ 40M University of Texas at Austin Baseball Stadium
- $ 18M University of Texas at Austin Garrison Hall
Global Sample Projects (Engineering & Construction):
- $120M – Vicenza, Italy – Army Hospital
- $ 80M – Stuttgart, Germany – EUCOM Headquarters & Command Center
- $120M – Stuttgart, Germany – AFRICOM Headquarters & Command Center
- $125M – Ramstein, Germany – Air Operational Command Center, U.S. Air Force
- $ 80M – Molesworth, U.K. – US Army Military Bldg.
- $250M – Mons, Belgium – NATO Special Forces Headquarters
- $250M – Guam – Naval & VA Hospital
- $ 20B – Seoul, South Korea – Yongsan Relocation, US Army Corps. Of Engineers