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Jeff Head

Jeff Head, P.E.

Mechanical Engineer

Jeff Head

Education: Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida

As a Senior Project Manager, Jeff brings over 25 years of Civil Engineering experience in land development. He is a native Floridian and has been involved in all aspects of private land development, land planning design, and site construction during his career.

After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida, he started his engineering career in Naples, Florida learning civil engineering from the ground up. He later received his Professional Engineer license from the State of Florida Board of Professional Engineers.

After seven years in south Florida, Jeff moved back to central Florida to be closer to his family. His engineering career accelerated as a project manager serving The Villages, which was named the fastest growing metropolitan area (2010-2020) in the United States. During this time, he managed and directed engineering teams on many site design, permitting and construction projects that included mass grading, residential subdivisions and commercial/industrial sites. His experience and knowledge later in his career led him to become a key member of the executive team.

In his spare time Jeff enjoys playing golf, Pickleball, weight training and the beach lifestyle. He is also an avid fisherman who enjoys offshore fishing in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. 


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The Phoenix is a HUD approved multi-family development on 2.2-acres, located in the “Near South Side” development district of Fort Worth. Specifically, the project included 170 units, a 200-space parking garage, and 1,000 linear feet of offsite 12″ water line.

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Evolving Texas, as a sub-consultant to Coon Engineering Inc., prepared civil engineering design for 6,850 linear feet of public water and sanitary sewer improvements. The most significant challenges on this project were the many utility crossings, as well as coordinating design with many other consultants.

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Evolving provided engineering services that included coordination of all subconsultants, acted as the owner’s agent at public hearings and HOA meetings, and preparation of final construction documents. Final engineering included grading, paving, and on-site and off-site utility design.