Ty Womble, P.E.

Vice President

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.


Select Achievements:

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



  1. Engineering & Construction
  2. Analytics
  3. Operations




  • $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

Texas Construction:

  • $  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