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.

Education:
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

Churches
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