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CP&Y Welcomes Sonny Smoak as Houston Market Municipal Leader

CP&Y, an STV Company, is pleased to announce that Charles “Sonny” Smoak Jr., PE, has joined the firm as Vice President and Houston Market Municipal Leader. Sonny will lead all Houston municipal client efforts and develop a comprehensive strategy to better serve CP&Y clients in the Greater Houston area.

Sonny joins our team with over 22 years of experience in municipal work. Previously, he served in Corporate Leadership as well as Senior Project Manager on various infrastructure projects, including roadway, water/wastewater, traffic engineering, and other infrastructure design projects. Since moving to Houston in 2009, he has focused on client development throughout the Houston metro region. He has also supported the Texas General Land Office (GLO) on disaster recovery work related to hurricanes Ike and Harvey. During his support of the GLO, he was directly involved in the environmental clearance and reconstruction of over 1,000 homes. More recently, he has overseen a multitude of projects for Harris County including the ongoing Kingwood area watershed study and flood mitigation measures for Harris County Flood Control.

With a focus on municipal clients in the Greater Houston area, Sonny will look to leverage his project management expertise to provide clients with an elevated level of service.

“Sonny takes deep pride in staying so well connected to his clients,” said Robin Handel, CP&Y’s Director of Transportation. “He provides an unparalleled level of client service due to his personal commitment to his clients. He supports them from project inception through project closeout and beyond. His dedication and passion for service illustrates a meaningful way we can stay focused on helping our communities.”

Sonny earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Psychology from Louisiana State University.


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