Randy S. McClendon, Texas RPLS #4079

Professional Experience:
Begin surveying in 1971 with Edminister/Hinshaw & Assoc., also worked for McLean & Assoc., Wilkinson Engineering, and Survcon, Inc. prior to establishing R. S. McClendon Co., which recently was acquired in a merger of several companies, creating McClendon & Reno, a division of Tejas Surveying, Inc. Professional duties include management, commercial surveying, GPS control, highway projects, subdivision platting, and engineering related projects.

University of Texas and University of Houston, Graduate BSCE 1978

Memberships(past and/or present):
Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, UH Alumni, Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Council (Fort Bend), Sweetwater Country Club

Offices held:
Charter Member and Director of Exchange Club of Sugar Land, President Settlers Way Elementary PTA, Vice-president Wilson, Stolleis, McClendon, Inc., President of Cinco M.U.D. No. 7., Advisory Board Member of the Art Institute of Houston, Board Member Settlers Park Homeowner's Association , President of TSPS Gulf Coast Chapter

January, 2008

Project Experience:

Texas Department of Transportation

Fort Bend County:
SH 36 Needville to Brazoria County.
Right-of-way mapping.
98 Parcel sketches.
Metes and Bounds descriptions.

Harris Co. FM 1960:
Humble to San Jacinto River.
Horizontal and vertical control, Aerial Photography and Mapping

Harris Co. Hwy 90 in Crosby:
Krenek to Runnenburg.
Remonumentation of right-of-way.

Galveston Co.:
I-45 in Galveston.
Hwy 146 to Broadway & 45th.
Horizontal and vertical control.

Harris Co. US Hwy 290:
Hockley to Waller.
Horizontal and vertical control

Sugar Land Airport:
Taxiway extensions, flight zone maps, roads, hangar sites, lease sites, FAA grant exhibits, annexation maps.

Sugar Land Parks & Recreation
City Park, First Colony Park, Settlers Way Park, Covington West Park, and Cook Park

Sugarland Properties Incorporated, developer of First Colony, a master planned community
First Colony Commons - 50 acres commercial development
Public Golf Course - 130 acres
Creekside at Town Center - 30 acre commercial development
90 Commercial Sites in 18 years

Brentwood Baptist Church - 39 acres
Sugar Creek Baptist Church - 13 acres w/ 6 buildings
Fort Bend Baptist Academy (campus) - 30 acres
Champion Forest Latter Day Saints
Sugar Land Bible Church

Residential Subdivisions
King's Village
White Oak Lakes
Colony Cove
Shiloh Lake Estates

Drainage Studies
First Colony Ditch H
Clear Creek Impact Study
Numerous litigation studies

Public Infrastructure Mapping
Texas City 11th Avenue Mapping
City of Spring Valley - Voss Road Mapping
City of Sugar Land - Covington Woods Clarified Water Line
City of Humble - Townsend Road Paving Project
Cuty of Humble - Staiti Street Paving and Drainage Renovation
City of Sugar Land - First Colony Force Main replacement
Fort Bend County Mobility - Scanlin Road R.O.W. Mapping
City of Sugar Land - Gillingham Lane Waterline