Division Leaders

Discover the dynamic leadership at DCCM, where our seasoned division leaders guide their teams to unparalleled success. With a focus on innovation, our leaders bring a wealth of industry expertise, steering their divisions towards excellence. Embracing change and fostering collaboration, they propel us forward in a rapidly evolving market. Join us at DCCM, where strategic vision and inclusive leadership converge for a future of unparalleled growth and achievement. Learn more our divisions here.

CEO, R.G. Miller | DCCM

Jack Miller

President, R.G. Miller | DCCM

Mark Gehringer

CEO, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM

Brett Binkley

President - Elect, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM

Youssef Laham

Chairman Emeritus, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM

Larry Barfield

CEO, Rochester | DCCM

Darrell Rochester

President, Rochester | DCCM

Brian Rochester

CEO, Coastland | DCCM

John Wanger

President, Coastland | DCCM

Travis Williams

President & Principal Planner, ATG | DCCM

JD Allen

Executive Vice President & COO, ATG | DCCM

Chad Wood

President/CEO, RQAW | DCCM

Troy Woodruff

President, RQAW | DCCM

Lisa Casler

President/CEO, Matthews | DCCM

Rob Matthews III

Vice President of Production, Matthews | DCCM

Alex Acree

Vice President of Culture/Innovation, Matthews | DCCM

Billy Almaguer

President, Urban Engineering | DCCM

Chip Urban

President, Urban Engineering | DCCM

D. Scott Jones

Vice President, Urban Engineering | DCCM

Jim Urban

CEO, R.G. Miller | DCCM

Jack Miller

With more than 34 years of civil engineering experience, Jack Miller, the managing principal at R.G. Miller | DCCM, excels in planning, design, and construction management. His expertise spans master-planned land development projects, utility district initiatives, roadway facilities, and major capital improvement projects.

Jack’s extensive professional experience includes the successful management of the design and completion of master planned communities. He oversees a comprehensive range of responsibilities, from land-use planning to the preparation of bond application reports. This encompasses managing major thoroughfare planning, detention and drainage design, water and wastewater plant design, water distribution, wastewater collection systems, and the creation of municipal utility districts.

President, R.G. Miller | DCCM

Mark Gehringer

Mark Gehringer, president of R.G. Miller | DCCM, is a registered professional engineer with more than 25 years of experience managing projects and leading teams in residential land development, municipal engineering, and drainage/water resources. He specializes in managing all aspects of master planned community land development, including planning, design, and construction activities; establishing and tracking project schedules; overseeing bid selections; and producing annual development budgets. In addition, he has coordinated national land development operations across the United States, creating and implementing uniform land development processes and procedures to streamline reporting nationwide.

Mr. Gehringer is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Fort Bend Subsidence District, where he serves as chairman of the Science and Technology Committee. He has served as president of a municipal utility district and multiple HOAs. As a member of the Board of Directors for the West Houston Association he served as chair of the Sustainable Infrastructure Committee. He also served as vice-chair on the Executive Committee of the Katy Area Economic Development Council’s Board of Governors and on the Advisory Council of the Texas Association of Water Board Directors. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University.

CEO, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM

Brett Binkley

Since 2002, Brett Binkley has served as CEO and Vice Chairman of Binkley & Barfield | DCCM, as well as Baseline | DCCM. Throughout his more than 30 years of experience, he has served as an advisor, mentor, and principal-in-charge on many projects for a variety of clients in the public and private sectors. This has included municipalities, local drainage and flood control districts, toll road authorities, municipal utility districts, and TxDOT.

Brett has dedicated his career to ensuring that quality and trust remain the foundation on which the company continues its growth. Moreover, he takes a personal interest in seeing that all engineering designs are produced to the highest quality and exacting client standards on time and within client budgets. Brett engages his staff in transformational leadership by role-modeling desired mindsets and behaviors to build strong and committed teams.

President - Elect, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM

Youssef Laham

Chairman Emeritus, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM

Larry Barfield

CEO, Rochester | DCCM

Darrell Rochester

Darrell Rochester coordinates the strategy and day-to-day operations of Rochester | DCCM. He is responsible for client development and coordination of highly visible projects of the firm, including infrastructure for federal, state, and municipal projects. In addition, he has worked with more than 50 universities throughout the southeastern United States. 

Darrell’s high standards for quality on high-profile and multi-year projects have earned him recognition in the southeastern engineering community; most notably being named Chairman of the Board of ACEC Georgia, Board of Governors for the Georgia Chamber, Georgia Trend Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40, and Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Engineering’s Outstanding Young Alumni through the years.

President, Rochester | DCCM

Brian Rochester

With a focus on marketing and business development, Brian K. Rochester assists clients with projects from the conceptual stage to point of execution. He has coordinated project feasibility issues such as zoning compliance, infrastructure requirements and other due diligence issues for a variety of clients as well as managed large infrastructure projects for large Master Planned and golf course communities.

Brian is a graduate of The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, where he graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering in 1987.

CEO, Coastland | DCCM

John Wanger

John Wanger, founding principal and CEO of Coastland | DCCM, is a registered professional civil engineer with over 39 years of civil engineering experience. His extensive experience includes providing all facets of capital project design, construction management, and an array of municipal engineering services for the firm’s clients throughout Northern California. John has served as the principal-in-charge on a variety of projects including transportation, water, wastewater, flood control/drainage and public facilities. Additionally, he has served as the contract City Engineer for seven cities and District Engineer for four Public Utility Districts.

Prior to founding Coastland Civil Engineering in 1991, John co-managed a branch office for a prominent municipal engineering firm. He also provided civil engineering design services in the land development sector.

Morals, ethics, and the cultivation of trustworthy client relationships form the cornerstone of John and the team he leads. With a deep respect for the use of public funds, Coastland | DCCM is committed to delivering the highest quality services to public agencies in a cost-effective manner.

President, Coastland | DCCM

Travis Williams

On August 1st, 2023, Travis was appointed to President of the company. Travis oversees all Construction Management activities at Coastland’s office in Auburn. He is experienced on a wide range of municipal projects, including water, sewer, interchange, bridge, and roadway improvements. Not only is Travis highly credentialed and registered as a Professional Engineer, but he also offers hands-on experience in the construction industry. This combination provides our clients with practical knowledge on any type of capital project. On all his projects Travis connects with the community and demonstrates his sensitivity to public needs, environmental requirements, and government requirements. Additionally, he has direct experience coordinating with Caltrans and administering State and Federal agreements for the clients we serve.

President & Principal Planner, ATG | DCCM

JD Allen

JD Allen, President and Principal Planner at ATG | DCCM, brings over 30 years of expertise in urban mobility planning, prioritization, safety oversight, public outreach, land use analysis, and federal compliance for States, MPOs, and transit agencies. Beginning as an MPO planner, he progressed to become the MPO Director for the Lake Charles Urbanized Area and later the Executive Director of a regional planning commission in southwest Louisiana.

An adept facilitator, JD excels in communicating, motivating, and fostering consensus among diverse groups. His leadership spans community-level mobility plans, regional efforts like Metropolitan Transportation Plans, and statewide planning initiatives. JD is a trusted partner to State DOTs, MPOs, and communities in the southern United States, managing traffic impact assessments for major industrial projects, including multibillion-dollar oil and gas facilities in Louisiana and Texas.

JD is affiliated with the American Institute of Certified Planners, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, and the World Safety Organization. He holds certifications as a Certified Safety and Security Director in both Rail and Bus and actively participates in several TRB committees.

Executive Vice President & COO, ATG | DCCM

Chad Wood

Chad Wood, PE, PTOE, brings over 25 years of transportation engineering experience to his role as Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, showcasing exceptional leadership and technical proficiency. His career trajectory reflects a commitment to enhancing transportation infrastructure, leading to pivotal roles in designing and implementing projects that shape communities and improve lives. Collaborating extensively with municipal and DOT clients, Chad has developed a deep understanding of large-scale transportation initiatives, delivering superior results and exceeding client expectations consistently across various engineering facets.

As Executive Vice President and COO, Chad spearheads organizational strategies that align with the evolving needs of the transportation landscape. Valuing collaboration, he fosters a work environment where every voice is heard, empowering teams to leverage their talents and perspectives. Chad’s dedication to optimizing operational efficiency and maximizing organizational performance is evident in his strategic initiatives, which enhance productivity, streamline processes, and sustain growth. With a steadfast commitment to advancing transportation infrastructure, he continues to inspire colleagues, shaping the future with deliberate purpose and long-term vision.

President/CEO, RQAW | DCCM

Troy Woodruff

With decades of experience, Troy Woodruff has led and delivered major infrastructure projects as President/CEO of RQAW | DCCM. Prior to becoming an owner of the firm, he served as Chief of Staff and ran operations for the Indiana Department of Transportation. Troy also served in the Indiana General Assembly and has built three successful companies: RQAW | DCCM, BW Construction, and BW Development. His experiences and relationships throughout his career continually help him see the “big picture” for potential projects and discover new opportunities.

Troy’s philosophy on running a successful business is simple, yet it’s proven true for RQAW | DCCM: “Hire the most talented people you can find in their field, with good attitudes and personalities, and let them do their jobs. Support and take care of them, but trust them to get the job done on their own.”

Troy is proud of RQAW’s recent growth and is always seeking new ways to improve the company and services to better help clients.

President, RQAW | DCCM

Lisa Casler

As President of RQAW | DCCM, Lisa offers a fresh and unique perspective as a woman in a traditionally male-dominated industry. With over 27 years of experience in the transportation engineering industry, Lisa has made significant contributions to RQAW’s success in a variety of roles. She excelled as Director of Roadway Services as well as Division Director of Transportation, where she was responsible for overseeing the delivery of all transportation projects and services across seven departments. Her ability to lead has been instrumental in advancing the goals of the company, and she is committed to preserving the reputation RQAW | DCCM has built over the last seven decades. 

President/CEO, Matthews | DCCM

Rob Matthews III

Rob Matthews III has built a thriving company by establishing solid, long-term partnerships with his clients through integrity, honest communication, and dependability. Rob serves as an advisor and principal-in-charge on every project, taking a personal interest in ensuring that project schedules and budgets are met, and clients receive high-quality deliverables. With a master’s degree in civil engineering from Clemson University and over 25 years of experience in land development, Rob provides an innovative approach and expertise to all phases of land development, civil engineering, and environmental and regulatory permitting.

Rob’s strong leadership, and invested interest in the growth of his employees, encourages development through all stages, forward-thinking, and thoughtful education for future engineers. He believes “the heart of any company is its people. We are creating a company culture that makes Matthews | DCCM a professional yet fun-spirited place to work where employees feel valued, respected, and empowered.”

Vice President of Production, Matthews | DCCM

Alex Acree

As the Vice President of Production at Matthews | DCCM, Alex brings extensive experience working across northeast Florida and southern Georgia. He not only provides high-quality, hands-on project management services but also leads our team of engineers through project conception, design, permitting, construction, inspections, and certifications for various developments and land use projects. 

With a diverse portfolio, Alex has successfully managed projects ranging from large master drainage residential subdivisions to small commercial units with dry retention/detention facilities and underground stormwater systems. His role as VP of Production reflects his commitment to delivering top-notch project management services at Matthews | DCCM.

Vice President of Culture/Innovation, Matthews | DCCM

Billy Almaguer

Billy, as Vice President of Culture and Innovation at Matthews | DCCM, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his role. With a background in professional engineering, he oversees the company’s cultural initiatives and drives innovation across all levels. Billy’s meticulous attention to detail and proficiency in quality control, coupled with his extensive knowledge of civil site design, regulatory processes, and recreational facility design, ensure that projects meet the highest standards of excellence. Billy’s specialized skills in wetland and stormwater management have led to successful outcomes in diverse projects, from educational facilities to infrastructure development.

His leadership extends beyond technical domains, as he champions a vibrant company culture and fosters an environment conducive to innovation. Furthermore, in his capacity as VP, he prioritizes employee growth, empowering each team member to reach their full potential and contributing to the company’s overall success through a culture of continuous learning and innovation.

President, Urban Engineering | DCCM

Chip Urban

Chip Urban is a second-generation Professional Engineer and Registered Professional Land Surveyor. He has served as Project Manager and Principal-in-Charge on countless public and private projects throughout the Texas Coastal Bend. His experience over the last 24+ years includes single- and multi-family residential projects of all sizes, master-planned communities, commercial development, and numerous school projects from K-12 to major universities. In addition, Chip’s public work experience includes utility master plans, wastewater collection and pumping projects, water distribution systems, and road projects.

Urban Engineering | DCCM has earned a reputation for delivering meticulous and comprehensive designs, treating their clients’ funds with the same care as their own. They live and work in the communities they serve and are proud to put their name on every they do.

President, Urban Engineering | DCCM

D. Scott Jones

Scott joined Urban Engineering | DCCM in October 2023 and brought with him over 30 years’ experience as a civil engineer with expertise in land development and municipal civil engineering – the last 15 years being in Corpus Christi, Texas. Scott has established a reputation for providing quality designs and documents and for being responsive to his clients. Within a few months, Scott took over the management of Urban Engineering | DCCM and accomplished significant improvements to the organizational structure and productivity of the company and substantially improved client relations. On March 1, 2024, Scott was promoted to President of Urban Engineering | DCCM.

Through Scott’s strong and experienced leadership, Urban Engineering looks forward to significant future growth of both project load and Client base.

Vice President, Urban Engineering | DCCM

Jim Urban

A senior engineer and Vice President in Urban Engineering, James (Jim) Urban has over 42 years of broad experience ranging from design and master planning to assistance in project funding and City Engineer for numerous communities.  His primary focus area is municipal services, including water and wastewater collection, treatment, and distribution systems; coordinated computer-operated electronic control systems; water pump stations; and a variety of community development paving and drainage projects.  Among Mr. Urban’s impressive credits is his development of a program for capital impact fees, which was one of the first such programs approved in Texas.  For two years, he was manager of the Nueces County Water Improvement District #4.  He has represented the business sector on a number of committees and task forces, especially in the area of coastal management, providing a practical knowledge of the development process and a genuine concern for environmental issues.

As a Vice President of Urban Engineering| DCCM, he is responsible for the management of human resources, business operations and in conjunction with Chip Urban, coordination of the firm’s business development.

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