Mr. Koppes has over 16 years of experienced as a design Project Manager/Senior Transportation Engineer in the fields of complex road, highway, street and drainage design. His experience includes new and rehabilitation projects of both rural and urban roadways/highways and he has experience in ODOT, ODOT-let and Local-let ODOT LPA roadway projects. He has considerable experience in the design of roadways including geometric design, pavement and drainage design, cost estimating and final plan preparation. Kyle has worked on a variety of roadway improvement projects using federal dollars and he has acted as Project Manager and Lead Design Engineer for numerous ODOT projects.
Rob is an NCSEA award-winning structural engineer with over 18+ years of experience at his craft. His past experiences have run the maze with respect to types and size, and include all aspects of structural engineering. From construction support engineering with high-rise connection design for Time Warner Center in New York, and erection procedure design for Motor City Casino in Detroit, to building design of the Thyssen Krupp Hot Strip Mill in Alabama and re-design of the award-winning Lansing Community College Health and Human Service Careers building in Michigan, his vast range of experience brings out of the box problem solving and agile team collaboration into all projects.
Rob has directed multiple multi-discipline and multi-locational teams in various projects, similar to the LEED Gold Tier 3 Mission Critical Data Center for a confidential automotive client in Michigan where agile processes resulted in a high tempo and top-performing team. His attention to detail and ability to help his clients find the most efficient designs to help them save cost and time make him a valuable part of any team.
Nazeeh Oudeh is the Transportation Lead in Southfield, MI. He is an innovator in his field, known for developing the Star interchange concept, creating innovative solutions to storm water management and mitigating poor soils with hybrid structures. He is a licensed PE in the State of Michigan, with more than 33 years of experience. He joined IBI Group in October of 2017.
Some of his notable projects include the Fort Street Viaduct Replacement, which used an innovative inverted strut to address poor soils and stability concerns; the American Center for Mobility, which is Michigan’s test track for connected and autonomous vehicles; and I-94 in Dearborn, which won the American Society of Civil Engineers, Michigan Project of the Year.
Steven Butler, PE
Steven Butler has over ten years of civil engineering experience, with emphasis in structural design. He has evaluated and developed superstructure and sub-structure plans for a variety of bridges within the states of Ohio and West Virginia. His experience extends to all phases of civil engineering projects, including preliminary studies and reports, site surveys and investigations, specifications, quantity take-offs, and cost estimates. Steven’s work includes bridge design, inspection, replacement, rehabilitation and review projects, where his deliverables include the design of superstructures, substructures, and miscellaneous details along with site layout and minor roadway items.
Randy Stoll possesses strong project management and engineering skills as they pertain to water and wastewater projects. His structural and hydraulic engineering experience includes complete structural designs of water and wastewater treatment plants, and he has conducted numerous hydraulic studies and designs for urban and rural public water systems. Randy manages water, wastewater, roadway and ground/well water projects for municipalities, counties, and water and sewer districts, also assisting in sourcing funding for projects. In addition to project management and design, he also performs contract administration, overseeing construction projects and preparation of engineering plans, specifications, feasibility studies and preliminary engineering reports.
Mitch Altier is responsible for handling water, wastewater, street, and ground/well water projects for local municipalities, counties, and water and sewer districts in New Lexington. As such, he also helps locate funding sources for various communities. His knowledge and skills allow him to successfully lead the municipal engineering team in the New Lexington Office. His specialization extends across all aspects of water and wastewater design. This expertise, coupled with Mitch’s working relationships and communication style, prove valuable when acting as a liaison to project stakeholders.
Mike Murray PE LEED AP
Mike Murray specializes in the design of civil, utility, and transportation infrastructure projects for public- and private-sector clients across a broad range of project types, including traditional and non-traditional public sector transportation, municipal and county clients, commercial and residential development, parks, trails, and schools. He is currently focused on the management, design, construction management/administration of infrastructure improvement projects which include: linear infrastructure (road widenings/new alignments/intersection design/bridge/traffic and access management); water and sewer collection and distribution systems; commercial, residential, municipal and recreational site developments; multi-use trails and recreational spaces; as well as construction administration and inspection. Mike’s technical expertise and management capabilities have enabled him to lead many large and innovative projects, including the SR 4 Bypass, Cincinnati Reds Urban Youth Academy, and several sections of the Ohio River Trail.
Mike also previously served the City of Centerville, Ohio as Assistant City Engineer. This experience allows him to assist several communities in Southwest and Central Ohio as the contract municipalities engineer.
As the US Lead on Water/Wastewater, Kevin Wood’s goal is to provide communities with an improved quality of life through superior engineering, particularly with reference to local jurisdiction water and wastewater projects. Kevin has helped municipalities and townships identify, apply for and receive state and federal grant and loan monies for infrastructure development projects, after providing the facilities planning necessary to establish community needs and costs.
His expertise matching infrastructure and economic development needs of communities with available resources is critical to providing satisfactory solutions. As Project Manager for water and wastewater projects, his project involvement begins at the inception of the project and continues through to the design, funding, construction and rate determination stages.
Jim Fox is responsible for the administration of corporate operations and projects. He manages the project organization, scheduling, scope definition, manpower planning, budgeting, expediting the various design disciplines, as well as monitoring their quality and progress. For selected projects, he serves as the upper level liaison with our client.
Jeffrey B. Koehn
Jeffrey B. Koehn is the U.S. Transportation Director, specializing in the design of infrastructure for complex and innovative projects in both the private and public sectors. He is known in the industry for his ability to focus on the critical details required to deliver exceptional results on fast-paced infrastructure projects.
Jeffrey’s responsibilities include management, design, construction management/administration of transportation improvement projects. He is also a recognized expert in the design of sustainable stormwater systems, including stormwater capture and re-use, large-scale dry wells, pervious pavement systems, and bio-retention facilities. Recent notable projects include: