Steven A. Greenberg is managing director and co‐founder of BVR. Steven brings more than 30 years of public utility, private industry, and public policy experience to BVR. Steven has devoted his career to developing sustainable methods for the optimization, delivery and consumption of clean, efficient energy, resources, and infrastructure to end users. He has substantial experience in the development, design, building, financing, ownership and operation of electric, water and wastewater utility systems, distributed energy, facility management systems, facility optimization, and wholesale energy markets.
Prior to establishing BVR, Steven co-founded The Distributed Energy Resource Group (DERG) and RealEnergy Inc. DERG provided consulting, general contracting and construction services, energy equipment sales, service and operations. The firm assisted public and private clients in the development and implementation of strategies, systems and solutions for sustainable facilities and energy, water and wastewater infrastructure. RealEnergy was the nation’s leading developer, owner, and operator of distributed generation and combined heat and power systems for the commercial real estate sector. RealEnergy developed 30 projects which generated 15 megawatts of power.
Steven also assisted in establishing utility services for the conversion of the Oakland Army Base (from military to civilian use). While at PG&E, he developed programs in operations, capital infrastructure improvements, business management systems, power contracts and was responsible for government affairs and regulated utility policy.
Steven is a member of ASHRAE and previously served in board and/or executive committee positions for the California Alliance for Distributed Energy Resources, the Distributed Power Coalition of America, and the US Combined Heat and Power Association. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California Polytechnic Institute.
John Melnyk is a managing director and co-founder of BVR. John brings more than 35 years of experience in the energy and environmental fields and has introduced private sector practices to the Department of Defense which have evolved into nationwide programs for each of the military services. He originated the conceptual framework of Performance Based Remedial Construction Contracts (PBC), Public/Private Partnerships (P3), Utility System Enhanced Use Leases (EUL) and Public-Public Public-Private (P4) at military facilities though out the U.S. resulting in significant capital infrastructure improvements and dramatic cost savings for DoD. Many of these initiatives have been incorporated into nationwide programs by the federal government.
Prior to BVR, John was Director of Federal Programs for Tetra Tech Corporate and ARCADIS, U.S. During that time frame, he introduced and helped to create new contract vehicles for each of the military service components that changed the landscape of the environmental remedial construction practice and utility infrastructure capital programs. He has worked at the Assistant Secretary, Command and Agency levels within each of the services towards the development of new and creative cost savings initiatives. These programs have resulted in several $ Billions of infrastructure contracts and progressive longstanding community partnership. His DoD relationships and knowledge of Federal Government programs, he has influenced legislative language and introduced new contract vehicles that adhere to FARs and other contracting protocols. His most recent utility initiative with the Air Force has created a capital improvement program that introduces an assortment of funding, service resources and high-level expertise to military facilities from community partnerships through an unencumbered and reliable process. It enables a community, local to a military base, to assist in rebuilding the base’s utility infrastructure. This contracting and execution platform could enable all of our U.S. military to upgrade its core infrastructure to future mission standards. John earned his Bachelor Science in Physics from Saint Francis College, New York.
Bob Stuart is a recognized expert in electric utilities system operation and system protection design for generation, transmission and distribution systems. Bob brings more than 40 years of experience to BVR and is responsible for all aspects of BVR's electric utility related business. He maintains an active lead role in the design of military utility systems.
Bob retired as Manager of Operations for Engineering from PG&E where he led major initiatives in system protection, transmission operation, control, and disturbance analysis. At PG&E, Bob championed the application of microprocessor technology for system protection and the use of fault tolerant remedial action schemes. He was involved in power system reliability, design/review of protection standards, and led the effort to design and implement special protection and remedial action schemes to prevent blackouts. He was responsible for the development of unique operating procedures utilizing the dispatch of generation for San Francisco Bay Area reliability and helped in the development of PG&E’s three stage electric emergency plan.
Bob served as the transmission team lead for the North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC) in investigating the August 14, 2003 northeast blackout. He also chaired an operating capability study group which developed the methodology and procedures to restore the reliable operation of the Western U.S. electrical grid. He won the WECC outstanding contributor award for his work on that committee.
Bob has worked with Elequant, Inc., BrightSource Energy, Inc., Agile Energy, Beacon, Flynn Resource Consultants, Forecast Energy, Gridquant, NERC, Nexant, NRG, Process Unlimited International, Scatec Energy, SolAspect and Silicon Valley Power, the Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Air Force. He has also provided high level consulting for diverse clients in Hong Kong, Kuwait, Mexico, India, Malaysia, Jordan, Nigeria and South Africa. Bob earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.
Mark Tenney is responsible for BVR’s federal utilities and infrastructure program. He has more than 45 years of experience in the water and wastewater field. Mark also oversees BVR’s Utility Privatization and Public to Public – Public to Private (P4) programs in the federal market. Mark co-founded Contract Management Services, Inc. (CMS) in South Bend, Indiana, a firm organized to provide operation and maintenance services to municipal and industrial wastewater treatment systems which was later purchased by Severn Trent Environmental Services and has worked with Brown and Caldwell and Severn Trent in project and account management in the Industrial Water Quality Divisions for automotive, food and beverage, aircraft, chemical industries and municipal treatment systems.. Project activities included advanced wastewater treatment, energy efficiency, biomass utilization, and greenhouse gas inventories.
Mark was an Assistant/Associate Professor of Environmental Health Engineering at the University of Notre Dame from 1965 to 1973 and co-founded the environmental consulting engineering firm of TPA in South Bend, serving as the firm’s CEO. Mark 32 years of combined service between the active U.S. Army and the Army Reserve. His final assignment was as Commander of the 416th Engineer Command in Chicago, retiring as a Major General..
Mark has Bachelor, Master and Doctorate of Science degrees in Civil and Environmental Engineering from MIT. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and is in the Chi Epsilon and Sigma Xi honorary societies. He has been awarded the Harrison Prescott Eddy Medal from the Water Environment Federation and the DeFluery Medal from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Dale Pfeiffer brings nearly four decades of experience in California municipal public works and civil engineering management to his role as public works director for BVR. He has directed multi-million-dollar capital improvement programs and operating budgets for municipal water, wastewater and storm drainage systems, roadway and transit networks, solid waste collection, buildings, parks and recreation facilities, and fleet maintenance.
Dale had a 24-year career as Director of Public Works for the City of Vacaville, during which time he also was City Surveyor, a job he has retained with the City on a contract basis since retiring as Public Works Director in 2008. He also currently is a project manager for the Solano Economic Development Corporation on the Highway 12 corridor study, and recently served as a consultant to the City of Fairfield and an instructor in Green Technology at Solano Community College. His public service work began in 1974 for the City of Palo Alto, where he started as an Assistant Engineer and ultimately was promoted up to the position of Deputy Director of Public Works Maintenance, responsible for management of the public works field forces.
After earning his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from San Jose State University, Dale began his engineering career with Mark Thomas and Co., consulting engineers in San Jose. He earned his Master of Science in Public Works Administration from University of Santa Clara while working full time. Dale is a California registered Professional Engineer in Civil Engineering, an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a Life Member of the American Public Works Association.
Mr. Haling is a licensed civil engineer with 30 years of experience and provides planning, analysis, design, and construction management for water treatment, storage, transmission, distribution systems, well facilities, pipelines, pumping stations, storage facilities, treatment works, control systems, and instrumentation. Greg has designed and engineered waterworks projects for commercial, industrial, and government clients. He has specialized in water resource planning and development which includes projections of demand, identification of service areas, determination of sources and safe yields, identification of alternative sources, modeling and evaluation of distribution systems, water quality studies, well testing, fiscal planning and environmental impact analyses.
Greg also has extensive experience in water transmission and distribution projects for commercial site facilities, repairs for schools and government agencies systems. These services have included planning studies, computer analyses of water distribution systems, field studies of conditions of existing mains, hydrant flow and pipe condition tests, transmission main design, pumping station design, resident representation, and services during construction. He has been involved in the engineering of water treatment plants in California and created innovative and state of the art designs for water treatment systems, multi-barrier water filtration distribution systems for surface water treatment plants and the design and construction oversight for large water supply wells. He has also written engineering reports for water system investigation procedures in compliance with the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act and California Public Health Department Standards.
Larry has 35 years of experience in architecture with a focus on governmental, commercial and industrial projects. Larry has developed an expertise in project delivery through attentive communication and coordination with client’s design and construction team members. He establishes diligent controls regarding scheduling, team meetings, safety standards, cost tracking and quality control measures as they are applied to the project team.
Larry has served the professional and civic community with various associations: Commissioner for the California Board of Architectural Examiners; State of California, Post Earthquake Structural Safety Assessment Volunteer; City of North Sacramento, CA, Design Guidelines Committee; Coordinator for K - 8 “Built Environment Education Program”, American Institute of Architects.
Larry serves as BVR’s architect of record and design architect and has completed projects for the Armed Forces Reserve Training Center, Naval Communications Station and Ship Maintenance Facility, Stockton, CA , Aviation Physiological Training Facility, Lemoore Naval Air Station, CA, United States Postal Service, California National Guard, State Headquarters, California National Guard, Long Beach Armory, CA, California State Prison Hospital, General Food Storage Facility, Atascadero, CA, Department of Forestry, State of California, Riverside County Public Works Office Building, Riverside, CA and Riverside County Superior Court, Renovation, Riverside, CA. Larry is a licensed architect.
Pam Engebretson brings both public and private sector perspectives to the land use, infrastructure and development process, sharpened after 30 years of experience as an observer, participant, client and consultant. She combines technical knowledge, strategic vision, and skills in communications, issues assessment and conceptual analysis.
Pam pioneered a new, focused line of business called "competitive acquisitions strategy", advising companies competing for property acquisition, management, development or partnership with both public agencies (including all services in the DoD) and private landowners. She works with most clients through the entire competitive process, from initial Request for Qualifications through final proposals, including interview presentation creation and team coaching. She also advises public agencies and corporations in the structuring of disposition strategies and competitions. She has managed nearly 140 competition assignments for clients in a dozen states across the country, including successful efforts to win development rights on closed military bases, public-private partnerships and privatizations, enhanced use leases, and urban in-fill opportunities.
Pam managed successful land use entitlement efforts as a Vice President for Southwest Diversified (later Brookfield Homes) in California from 1990 to 1994. Pam joined Southwest after more than four years with the Irvine Company, where she rose to the position of Senior Director of Strategic Planning.
Pam began her career in 1971 as a newspaper reporter, earning state and national awards for coverage of planning and land use issues in Tucson and San Diego. She went on to participate directly in land use policy development, first as an aide to an elected San Diego County Supervisor and then as a division head for the San Diego Association of Governments. She left San Diego in 1983 to become Public Affairs Director for American High Speed Rail Corporation, the entrepreneurial venture that proposed to build a “bullet train” from Los Angeles to San Diego. Pam earned an MBA from Pepperdine University, Los Angeles, and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from University of Arizona, Tucson.
Owen Ransom is a civil and environmental engineer managing BVR’s design modeling services which includes modeling of the facilities electrical systems utilizing the EasyPower software (U.S. Air Force required tool). Owen has responsibility for DoD UPS data base systems and other critical mission support services for both the U.S. Corps of Engineers and for the U.S. Air Force.
Owen has been a lecturer on engineering economics, hydrology and fluid dynamics at both the University of California, Davis, and Sacramento State University. He also has been a researcher for Caltrans and for ProTech General Contracting Services. He earned his Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Doctorate degrees in hydrology and environmental engineering from UC Davis.
Joseph Marty has over 40 years’ experience diverse experience as an architect and a principal in the design and construction of a variety of commercial and site development projects. Joe has been an owner/ principal in a development and construction firm (High Sierra Development and Construction Companies and an A&E firm [JMA Architecture]). He has managed project implementation for the LDS Church with responsibility across the western US for some 60 projects with a total value of several hundred million dollars. Joe has been an expert witness in construction litigation cases. He has taught architecture and design at the university level. His other credits include founding and director of American River Bank and he has been a board member for several philanthropical organizations . Joe is a Licensed Architect in the states of California, Utah, and Oregon and is a Licensed Contractor California and Utah.
Project experience range and responsibilities includes all types and sizes, new construction, remodeling , design build, negotiated and hard bid projects. Projects include: Commercial; retail, shopping centers, restaurants, fast food stores, chain stores, banks, medical, dental, TI's, historical restoration, Churches; Residential; condo's; apartments; high end custom homes; high-rise apartments; assisted care facilities; educational facilities daycare through university level facilities; industrial; warehouses, high tech, manufacturing, storage, office/warehouses, multi-use facilities; state & federal offices, warehouses, and military facilities. Site planning, green building design, environmental sculpture, mach zender interferometer cover, and high pressure organic chemistry lab to round is extensive experience and credentials.
Joe earned his Masters and Bachelor of Arts in Architecture at University of California, Berkeley 5 year professional degree, with honors, minors in structural engineering and sculpture. His Master’s Thesis was “Creative Experience in Design" an exploration of the creative design and problem solving process.
Rob Hickey is the Operations Director and brings both 15 years’ as a city manager and 22 years’ experience as a member of the United States Air Force to Bridge View Resources. As a city manager he had operational control over all facets of the local governments he worked for including the fire, police, public works, finance, and administrative departments. He resolved critical funding and timing issues with wastewater treatment plant construction projects. He guided 16 subdivisions through the tentative approval process, representing over 1,800 single-and multi-family residential homes at build out. He implemented Capital Improvement Programs for water, wastewater, and streets. He was able to secure $4.4 million in grant funding for a $6.4 million wastewater plant upgrade project. When Arsenic issues arose, he was able to fund an Arsenic Remediation Project with a $2 million State Grant. He lead the team that brought a 3 megawatt solar project to the city, supplying enough energy to power half of the city.
As the United States Air Force-Maintenance Superintendent, he managed 550 employees who provided maintenance support for U-2 Aircraft that supplied world-wide high altitude reconnaissance to higher headquarters. He controlled all maintenance actions of U-2 aircraft undergoing heavy maintenance and on 600 units of powered and non-powered aircraft ground support equipment. He lead the team that developed and submitted a proposal for streamlining an aircraft inspection process, saving the Air Force $1.8 million a year.
Rob Hickey possess a Bachelors of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Subject Matter Experts
Mia Natalino is a licensed civil engineer with over 17 years of experience in the public and private sector. Mia has created master development plans, plats and land survey directed products and has provided oversight of projects from feasibility phase through construction. She has directed rehabilitation projects, city/county/state improvement projects, TPDES/SCS/WPAP environmental reports, hydrology and hydraulic analysis for drainage system design, and contributed in county bond and municipal projects.
Mia has worked on land development, high and low end multi-unit residential development and CIMS projects. She has managed engineering design teams to produce construction documents, master development plans, project schedules, research and development deliverables, QA/QC protocols and atypical design concepts. She has also supervised the CLOMR and LOMR preparation and submittal/approval process and is a graduate of Texas A&M.
Carl has extensive experience with high voltage electric substations while with PG&E’s General Construction Department working on 12kV, 21kV, 60kv, 115kV, 230kV, and 500kV systems. He has testing expertise with high voltage transformers, circuit breakers, protective relay schemes, communications systems, and other such equipment. He has worked with the PG&E Design Group for the Transmission Substation Department generating design drawings as their design engineer. He is responsible for estimating jobs, specifying equipment, interfacing with various government agencies, contractors, and other utilities, managing resources, and tracking budgets. He oversees design/drafting teams working on his projects. Carl has worked in the manufacturing industry, telecommunications, and oil and natural gas industries.
Gerald (Gerry) Cupp has more than four decades of experience in private and municipal utilities planning and management. His expertise extends across a broad range of strategic planning, policy development and problem resolution, distributions operations, work management, budgeting and cost monitoring, project management, and accounting.
Gerry’s municipal experience includes acting as Municipal Utilities Director for the City of Redding, CA. He managed water, wastewater, solid waste, and storm drain utilities including plant and daily operations, capital planning and improvements, budgeting, finance, rate development, personnel, codes and ordinances. Gerry came to Redding after more than 11 years with the City of Shasta Lake, where he began at the City as a systems manager/construction planner in the Electric Department. He went on to become Electric Utility Director/Administrative Services Director and ultimately City Manager.
Prior to his municipal career, Gerry was a Director of Estimating and Mapping Support for Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). He was responsible for supporting the gas and electric estimating, mapping and new service planning organizations in PG&E’s operating divisions including design, maintenance, and training for the computerized estimating and mapping programs (including CADD packages), technical manuals, estimating and mapping standards, and work management systems used by approximate 1500 clients.
Gary Davidson has worked as field superintendent for a large and a small municipal utility (PG&E and The City of Gridley). He has managed crews and electric systems under emergency conditions and for long term reliability, cost and security. Gary has been responsible for Direct Productivity Improvement Programs (DPIP), performance appraisal audits, cost reduction studies, budgets, prioritized safety, Indirect Productivity Improvement (IPIP), contract negotiations, and personnel management.
Gary has managed distribution and transmission systems for PG&E and conduced work control methods and benchmarking through DPIP and IPIP that resulted in the standardization of their electric grid. He also created and implemented overhead and underground projection plans pursuant to GO 95, 128 and 165. He also supervises projects for electric and general construction crews in all aspects of overhead and underground electric construction. He has training through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the League of Cities and the Northern California Power Agency, and has studied Business Administration at Yuba College and Business Supervision at Sierra College.
Michael (Mike) McDermott is a mechanical engineering specialist in HVAC and plumbing design along with energy compliance documentation and conservation measures. Mike is responsible for the efficient, practical and relevant design of innovative and cost effective mechanical engineering solutions ranging from housing and offices to OSHPD Level 3 health care facilities and certified testing labs. As a licensed mechanical engineer, he also specializes in forensic analysis for construction defects, energy modeling and compliance certification. Mike also performs energy compliance modeling and documentation for projects designed under the California Title 24 Energy Code, as well as the Model Energy Code for jurisdictions outside of California.
Mike is a LEED AP, Certified Energy Analyst (CEA), CalCERTS HERS II Rater, NCI Certified CO and Combustion Analyst, EPA Section 608 Certified (Type I and Type II), Energy Star v3 Certified Rater and Certified Green Building Professional (CGBP). He earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from California State University, Sacramento.
Matthew Melnyk has extensive experience in three dimensional modeling and form finding with Civil, Structural and Environmental disciplines developed at the University of California, Berkeley and contributed to Beale AFB hanger designs, munitions area designs, California Space Authority master planning, Global Hawk Maintenance Facility programs and other related BVR programs.
His engineering experience covers risk analysis & performance optimization, mechanics of materials, pedestrian induced harmonic vibration, seismic non-linear behavior of structures, three dimensional modeling & form finding and the discipline of structural engineering. He has executed international engineering projects for Buro Happold for 10 years.
His project experience includes the Retrofit of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District (San Francisco, CA), Al Taj Mall (Anman, Jordan), Nashville Sounds Stadium (Nashville, TN), Smithsonian Patent Office Building (Washington, DC), Harvard Allston Science Complex (Cambridge, MA), Raab-Millison Residence (New York, NY), Dubai Autodrome (London, UK),Dragon Fly Exhibit (Los Angeles, CA), Brian Lara Cricket Academy (Port of Spain, Trinidad),Textile Mill Commercial Building (Mumbai, India), EMPAC @ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (New York), Turin Palasport (Turin, Italy), Hanging Blue Volume (Israel), Ascot Racecourse (London, UK), Genzyme Headquarters (Boston, MA), Dome Leisure Facility (London, UK), GM Observatory (New York, NY), Hunts Point Sign (New York, NY), Highline Concourse (New York, NY), Goldman Sacks University (Pittsburg, PA), Virginia Tech Stadium Expansion (Blacksburg, VA), PNC Park (Jersey City, NJ), and the Bronx Charter School for the Arts (Bronx, NY).
Matthew’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley; a Master of Science in Structural Engineering and Mechanics of Materials, University of California, Berkeley and memberships with the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Steel Construction, and Director of the Engineering Department and Professor of Engineering at SCI-ARC , Los Angeles, CA. He is also a guest professor at Cal Poly University, CA, Colombia University, NY and Cooper Union, NY.
William Norberg is a registered electrical engineer who has spent a lifetime associated with engineering and the construction of commercial and industrial projects in Sacramento, the San Francisco Bay Area, and throughout the state of California. His experience is multi-faceted and extends to numerous types of industrial and commercial design.
William’s diverse experience includes office buildings, from single-story to high rise, warehouses, schools, hospitals and extended care facilities, hotels, apartments, libraries, post offices, prisons, and computer centers. His extensive experience with high voltage and industrial facilities has led to numerous underground systems, water, wastewater and storm water handling facilities. He has managed projects from the East Yolo Wastewater Treatment Plant to the U.S. Veterans Administration Satellite Outpatient Clinic at Sacramento, the Robertson Community Center, Wolf Ranch Condominiums, College Square Complex, Folsom Gateway Shopping Center, Roseville Energy Park, Kaiser Stockton and Methodist Hospital upgrades.
He earned both his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and his Master of Science in Engineering at Brigham Young University.
Pat specializes in large capital municipal projects. He has managed conceptual, preliminary and final designs for construction projects and worked on numerous system expansions in various roles including project manager, process evaluator, lead designer, and construction manager. His project management expertise facilitates critical design decisions and communication throughout the overall team organization. He has executed the planning, project design and construction management on $100 M Projects and has the necessary experience to meet project deadlines, budgetary requirements and internal quality performance goals. Pat is also responsible for planning models, computer modeling and capital improvement programs.
Matt has experience working and managing teams in multiple construction fields, plumbing, carpentry, and electrical. He is a CSUS graduate with a degree in History with an emphasis in archival research.
Matt has been with Bridgeview for 2 years holding multiple positions Including, IT professional, Assistant Project Manager as well as Assistant to the Director of operations. His skill and diverse technical knowledge make him a solid fit for BVR’s fast paced working model.
Carrie Carsell is a GIS/Visual Communications Specialist and has worked with GIS and graphic design since 1998. Carrie focuses exclusively on advanced spatial analysis and converting technical information into attractive and effective illustrations for communication.
She's a passionate believer in the importance of compelling visual images for advocacy, public education and enabling decision makers to solve social and environmental issues.
Michael Stevens has over 25 years of comprehensive experience in electrical systems design and general architect and engineering services for a wide range of project types including healthcare facilities, civic buildings, federal facilities, military facilities, educational facilities including K-12 and higher education and a wide range of commercial projects.
Mr. Stevens is proficient in developing complex electrical engineering concepts into concise working drawings. His approach to design allows for a client-oriented solutions to unique project needs.
Mr. Stevens also has experience in the design of power distribution systems (normal and emergency systems) and lighting systems in compliance with the Title 24 energy code, LEED and Green Building Design. He also has experience in the design of low voltage systems including fire alarm systems. His involvement in a wide range of projects has given him opportunities to work with various agencies including local city and county government, the California Office of Statewide Health Planning Department (OSHPD), the CA Department of the State Architect (DSA) and the State Fire Marshal. He is proficient with most of the modeling tools required to produce drawings for pre-design, schematic design, design development, construction documentation and construction administration.
Danelle DiBari-Starustka was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. Danelle started working for a construction cleaning company in 1990. In 1992 she was employed by NV Energy as a Meter Reader. She quickly progressed to a Lead Meter Reader then Business Analyst and finally the Team Leader of the Field Services group in the Meter Operations Department. Danelle lead over 170 employees composed of mid-level managers and union members. Her responsibilities consisted of working along with human resources to interview, hire and fire employees. She planned, participated, and enforced all departmental safety rules. Monthly safety meetings were conducted by Danelle with follow up sessions to problem solve with a safety committee. Danelle was responsible for maintaining and balancing a $5 million dollar budget, preparing monthly reports for the director. Her Extensive PC skills include Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Project, Access, ERP for Financials, TEA Timesheet, People Soft, ITRON Premier Plus 2-6, Crystal Reports and Customer Information System.
Danelle retired from NV Energy in 2011 to pursue her love for welding and fabrication. Certified in welding and while working with the power company, Danelle started teaching FCAW welding classes at the College of Southern Nevada. She married into the military family and retired from both jobs and moved to Hawaii. After almost a year in Hawaii and developing a strategy for her own business, she focused on fabrication and incorporated wood working into her skill set, Danelle relocated to Northern California and continues to show her metal/wood art in art shows. Danelle joined the Bridge View Resource Team in 2015 as a part time project manager/consultant.
Doug Proctor has over 40 years of engineering, project management, construction and construction management experience on transmission, substation, and distribution projects throughout the United States and overseas. He is the Chairman of the IEEE TP&C Construction working group and currently serves as the TP&C liaison to the ESMO committee.
He is experienced in all aspects of transmission and substation projects at voltages ranging from 7.2-kV to 500-kV including environmental services, land acquisition services, engineering, contract administration, construction management, and project management. Mr. Proctor is a registered professional engineer in California, New Mexico, Colorado, and Illinois.