2019 Project Manager Promotions
Date Posted: Jun 10, 2019
Location: Dallas, TX
JQ congratulates Mike Oler, PE, Gustavo de León, PE and Rachel Wilde, PE on their promotions to Project Manager. These talented individuals embody JQ culture and values and we look forward to their continued contributions to our mission of achieving excellence in the pursuit of a better community.
Oler has eight years of structural engineering design and construction administration experience within a variety of industries including higher education, K-12, healthcare and a current focus on the commercial market. Notable project experience includes the Grapevine Main Development, Terminal F Phase 1 at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and the Fire Station and Administration Building for the Town of Westlake. Mike holds Master of Science in Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degrees, all from Texas Tech University.
De León brings five years of experience in civil engineering design, detailing and project coordination on a wide range of project types, including higher education, historic preservation and municipal. Notable project experience includes the Toyota Music Factory in Irving, City Service Center Expansion for the City of Coppell and the William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital Tower 3 (Phase 2) for The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Gustavo holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from The University of Texas at Austin.
With JQ for nearly seven years, Wilde brings a range of structural engineering design, construction administration and client management experience for project types ranging from higher education to healthcare to municipal. Notable project experience includes the Construction Technology Building at the North Lake College North Campus for the Dallas County Community College District, Surgery Addition for the Georgetown Memorial Hospital System in South Carolina and the Public Safety Complex for the City of Richardson. Wilde holds both a Master of Engineering and Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University.