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Our Approach

SCG’s wide range of experience, corporate goal of client satisfaction, and highest quality work guarantee the best product available. Our staff strives to work closely with our clients using a team concept to solve project issues, overcome any potential obstacles, and meet the time and budget constraints of the project at hand. Our clients range from federal to municipal agencies, as well as private entities.

Our Philosophy

SCG was founded in 2003 on the philosophy of client satisfaction. This enables us to provide services that not only meet our clients’ needs within established schedules and budgets, but also exceed their expectations with regards to the final products and/or deliverables.

Meet the Team

SCG is comprised of dynamic engineers, planners, project managers, technicians, and administrators whose varied professional experience allows us to confidently compete with larger companies for major projects.

FRANK M. STUART, SR., P.E., P.L.S.

President

As Founder & President of Stuart Consulting Group, Inc., Mr. Stuart is responsible for the overall administration and management of the company. He has extensive experience in the design and management of transportation projects. He has worked on projects involving ports, highways, bridges, rail facilities, intersection improvements, site development, and airports throughout the United States. Serving as Director of the City of New Orleans Department of Public Works, Mr. Stuart was responsible for over 500 municipal positions with an annual operation budget of $17.3 M and a capital improvements budget of $150 Million. He was also responsible for the maintenance of over 2,200 miles of roadway, signalization of 430 intersections, striping, regulatory parking and management of the construction of roadways. He also developed the city’s transportation policy for roadway usage including interface with transit rail.

THOMAS J. MARTIN, JR., P.E.

Senior Vice President

As a Registered Professional Engineer, Mr. Martin has experience in the detailed design, design management, and construction management of a variety of aspects of municipal, federal, and industrial projects. His project design and design management experience includes: water and wastewater treatment plant design (for municipalities, organics manufacturers, and petroleum refiners); wastewater collection system improvements, sewer force main and pump station design; and general civil support systems for commercial developments. Mr. Martin has managed studies and laboratory work including: municipal and industrial influent load projection; effluent quality analysis; bench-scale and pilot-scale treatability studies for liquid waste streams, and contaminated soils and sludges; stormwater pollutant load projections; and laboratory work plans. He has extensive experience in investigation, modeling, and design related to municipal hydrogen sulfide generation and the associated odor and corrosion problems. His experience also includes the prediction of I/I-related peak wastewater flows; stormwater separation; drainage hydrology and hydraulics; and roadway improvements.

CALVIN H. HOPPMEYER, JR., P.E.

Vice President

Mr. Hoppmeyer is a graduate of Tulane University and has over 35 years of civil and environmental engineering experience. Mr. Hoppmeyer’s planning, engineering design, program/project management and construction management experience includes: construction of pump stations, master planning for water, sewer, and drainage projects; computer modeling; design and construction management of wastewater collection/transmission systems, water distribution systems, and drainage systems; pumping station design and start-up; regulatory permitting; and roadway rehabilitation projects. Pump station design and construction experience range in size from 3,5000 CFS to 30 GPM. While embedded at the Army Corps of Engineers for SCG, Mr. Hoppemeyer provided project management services for Hurricane Katrina rehabilitation effort for the historic drainage pump stations in New Orleans and the newer stations in Jefferson Parish.

CHRISTOPHER A. FENNER, P.E.

Associate Vice President

Mr. Fenner has extensive experience in the area of Civil Engineering design and commercial property site development. His experience in the area of Civil Engineering includes roads and highway design; public parks and recreational site planning and design; storm water drainage pump station design as well as site layout and civil site design for public universities. Mr. Fenner is also well versed in the working of FEMA Public Assistance projects, having served as Program Manager for the management contract Stuart Consulting Group, Inc. has with the Orleans Levee District, Non-Flood Protection Asset Management Authority. Additionally, Mr. Fenner’s experience includes the commercial site development of multiple CVS Pharmacy locations throughout Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Tennessee. He managed projects from the preliminary stages through completion of final construction documents. His responsibilities ranged from coordination with governing municipalities to identification requirements, possible utility conflicts, site visits and preliminary site plans. He was also responsible for final design tasks such as drainage calculations, pavement design, retaining wall design, final utility coordination, assisting transportation engineer and compiling complete construction documents.