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Founded in 1999 by Tony Gelacio and Nick Alanis, Entech Civil Engineers, Inc. (Entech) was established with a vision to provide engineering services for projects that improve quality of life for all. Entech’s focus was to provide infrastructure design and construction management services to municipal, county and state partners.

Today, Entech is a well-established multidiscipline consulting firm and one of the strongest consulting practices in Texas. Our specialties range from feasibility studies, planning and schematics, to final design and construction management. We understand that our future depends on consistently providing a quality product, clearly communicating with our clients, and meeting expectations on a daily basis.

Entech has accumulated a staff that includes professional engineers, project managers, hydrologists, technicians, construction managers, inspectors, and administrative support to complete our clients’ projects.

Leadership Team

Tony Gelacio, PE
Over 35 years of transportation planning, design, and management.

Nick Alanis
Executive Vice President
Over 30 years of transportation planning, design, and management.

Michael Ponce, PE
Vice President
Over 30 years of transportation planning, design, and program management.

Myrna Soto
Administrative Manager

Jim Spackman, PE
Chief Management Officer
Over 30 years of transportation planning, design, and management.

Chris Orosco, PE
Chief Information Officer
Over 20 years of transportation design, project management, and technical support.

Roger Gonzalez, PE
Director, Advanced Planning
Over 30 years of transportation planning and schematic design.

Lloyd Wolf, PE
Director, Bridge Engineering
Over 30 years of bridge and transportation engineering

Sandy Poleneni, PhD, PE
Director, H&H/Water Resources Engineering
Over 14 years of water resources engineering, policy, program management and sustainability.

Eddie Sanchez, P.E.
Transportation Program Director
Over 40 years of transportation planning, design and program management experience.



TBPE F-6932

Port of Houston SBE

TxDOT Precertifications

1.1.1     Policy Planning
1.2.1     Systems Planning
1.3.1      Subarea/ Corridor Planning
1.4.1     Land Planning/ Engineering
1.5.1      Feasibility Studies
1.6.1      Major Investment Studies
1.8.1      Public Involvement
2.4.1      Nationwide Permit
2.4.2      Clean Water Act Sec. 404 Permits
2.4.3      U.S. Coast G. & U.S. Army Corps of Engr. Permits
2.5.1      Geological Assessment for Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone
2.12.1    Socio-Economic And Environmental Justice Analyses
2.13.1    Hazardous Materials Initial Site Assessment
2.14.1     Environmental Document Preparation
3.2.1       Route Studies & Schematic Design
4.2.1       Roadway Design
4.4.1       Freeway Interchanges
4.5.1       Constructability Review
4.6.1      3-D Visualization and Animation Services
5.2.1      Bridge Design
5.3.1      Multi-level Interchange Design
5.5.1      Bridge and Non-Bridge Class Culvert and Inlet Design
7.1.1      Traffic Engineering Studies
7.3.1      Traffic Signal Timing

7.4.1      Traffic Control Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation
7.5.1     Intelligent Transportation Systems
8.1.1     Signing, Pavement Marking, And Channelization
8.2.1     Illumination
8.3.1     Signalization
8.6.1     Rail- Highway Design
9.3.1      Pedestrian Facility Design
9.3.2      Accessibility Design
10.1.1     Hydrologic Studies
10.2.1    Roadway Hydraulic Design
10.3.1    Bridge Hydraulic Design
10.4.1    Storm Water Pump Station-Hydraulic Design
10.5.1    Bridge Scour Evaluations And Analysis
11.1.1    Roadway Construction Management and Inspection
11.3.1    Construction Superintendent
11.6.1    Construction Schedule Support-General
11.7.1    Construct. Schedule Support- Sched of Roadway Design
17.1.1    Structural Engineering
18.2.1    Subsurface Utility Engineering (Utility Eng. Investigation)
18.3.1    Utility Adjustment Coordination
18.4.1    Utility Engineering
18.5.1    Utility Construction Management and Verification
18.6.1    Utility Management & Coordination Oversight
18.7.1    Utility Relocation Design


Entech and our staff are members of the following professional societies, chambers of commerce and business associations:

Professional Societies:

  • American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE)
  • Houston Hispanic Architects & Engineers (HHAE)

Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations:

  • East End Chamber of Commerce
  • North Houston Association
  • American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)