Garth E. Coursen, PE

Land Market Leader, San Antonio

Garth has more than 17 years of experience in project management and engineering design. He recently joined Westwood through the strategic acquisition of his firm, Coursen-Koehler Engineering & Associates in San Antonio, Texas, where he served as co-owner, vice president, and senior project manager.

Garth is a highly-qualified civil engineer providing design, construction, and project management support associated with site development and municipal infrastructure. He works efficiently and effectively with local, state, and federal agencies, along with other utility and regulatory agencies to negotiate contracts, manage subcontractors, and serve as the client’s agent.

As a senior project manager, Garth coordinates with local utility providers and reviewing agencies as well as survey crews; designs and prepares construction plans and specifications; prepares bid documents; and manages construction. His experience includes feasibility studies, land planning, utility infrastructure planning, site grading, roadway design, drainage design, Edwards Aquifer Protection Plans (EAPP), sanitary sewage collection system design, lift station design, design of water distribution systems, preparation of cost estimates/specifications, and construction management.

Education
University of Texas – San Antonio, BS Civil Engineering

Registrations & Certifications
Professional Engineer: Texas

Associations
Real Estate Council of San Antonio (RECSA)
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Greater San Antonio Builders Association (GSABA)
North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
Greater Boerne Area Chamber of Commerce

Community Outreach
Cibolo Valley LGC Board of Directors, 2013-Present
City of Cibolo Blue Ribbon Committee, Chairman 2016
City of Cibolo Planning & Zoning Commission, Chairman 2008-2015
City of Cibolo UDC Committee, 2011-2015
City of Cibolo Zoning Ordinance Advisory Committee, Chairman 2009-2010
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church
St. John Paul II Catholic High School
Hope for the Future