Rockport-Fulton High School graduate (1998) Logan Burton has been named “Engineer of the Year” by the Nueces County Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE). Burton serves as vice president and project manager of LNV, an engineering, architectural, and surveying company headquartered in Corpus Christi.
Award eligibility is available to engineers who have sustained unusual contributions and have improved the public welfare and the advancement of his/her position.
“Logan exemplifies all of the greatest qualities an engineering professional, team player, and employee should have,” said LNV President/Principal Dan Leyendecker. “Acknowledgements like this wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and success of professionals like Logan.”
Burton attended Texas A&M University in College Station where he earned both a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2002 and a Master of Engineering in Water Resources in 2003.
He received his Professional Engineer’s (P.E.) License in 2007 and has since been promoted to Vice President and Business Unit Manager for the Corpus Christi Civil Department. He became a partner at LNV in 2012.
He was selected by the Nueces Chapter of TSPE as the Young Engineer of the Year in 2010.
Burton is involved with numerous organizations related to his line of work. In his time with LNV, he has designed and implemented approximately $150 million in construction projects.
Burton is also civically involved in social and humanitarian groups in Corpus Christi and Rockport, including Rockport Hands of Hope ant the Rockport-Fulton A&M Club.
He is an active member of First Baptist Church in Rockport and is married to his high school sweetheart, Amanda. They live in Rockport with their children Adyson, 11, and Kinslee, eight.