Kyle Clawson, Brandon Kang, Chelsea Wade and Jonathan Wagenknecht – four Engineers-in-Training at
R. G. Miller Engineers (RGME) – have recently passed the exam required for the designation of
Professional Engineer (P.E.).
Kyle Clawson is an Engineer Associate in the Land Development Department, where he works on
designing various projects, including neighborhoods, detention basins, and flood control channels and
ensures projects meet city, county and state codes and standards. A graduate of The University of Texas
at Tyler with a B.S. in Civil Engineering, he interned at Johnson & Pace Incorporated in Tyler, Texas
before joining RGME in January of 2015.
Brandon Kang is an Engineer Associate in the Transportation Department, working on projects for the
Texas Department of Transportation and the Harris County Toll Road Authority. He has a B.S. in Civil
Engineering from the University of Houston, where he worked as a research assistant doing high
performance concrete testing before joining RGME as an intern for six months before becoming a fulltime
employee. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers in Houston.
Chelsea Wade is an Assistant Project Manager in the Land Development Department, where she works
on designing subdivisions, paving, and storm water projects. A graduate of Texas A&M with a B.S. in
Civil Engineering and a minor in business, she interned for a site development company in Louisiana
before joining RGME in January of 2013. She serves as Assistant Secretary for the board of Harris
County MUD No. 460 and is currently serving on the Design Standards/Plan Review Committee for the
American Council of Engineering Companies of Houston.
Jonathan Wagenknecht is an Engineer Associate in the Land Development Department, working on
hydraulics and hydrology projects. He holds a BSE degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and an
MSE degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he was a member
of the Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering honors fraternity. Before joining RGME, he worked at the American
Bureau of Shipping and interned at OHM Advisors, a Michigan-based civil engineering firm. He is a
member of the American Society of Civil Engineers in Houston.