Formed in 2013 and led by Stephanie Anderson, PE, LEED®, WGAnderson, LLC is pleased to announce its certification as a HUB (Historically Underutilized Business) by the State of Texas.
Houston-based WGAnderson is a women-owned civil engineering firm that specializes in land development and municipal engineering. The firm provides engineering consulting services in both the private and public sectors, bringing to the table all the skills and experience required to address a variety of key engineering issues.
President, Stephanie Anderson’s unique and personal approach to client service, coupled with her technical expertise and experience delivering solid engineering solutions, truly sets WGAnderson apart in the industry. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS degree in Civil Engineering, and gained extensive experience managing a variety of projects. Stephanie’s impeccable work ethic established her in the industry and market. She is known for her high standards, attention to detail, and extraordinary people skills (translating to satisfied and repeat clients).
“I am thrilled at the opportunity to expand my professional reach in the Houston community,” Stephanie states. “I wanted to diversify and focus on serving the public sector and the residents of the Houston communities. WGAnderson is the multi-discipline firm to do just that.”
In addition to changing and improving the landscape of Houston, Stephanie is heavily involved in industry and volunteer associations. She’s taken on an integral role in Houston’s NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association) and received its coveted “Developing Leader Award” in 2014. She serves on the Board for Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Houston and has been a member for five years. In 2009, she received the association’s “Networking Story of the Year” award; in 2012, she received its “Rising Star” award. She chaired the outreach committee and has been engaged in different roles since her membership began. Through CREW’s outreach committee, she helps focus on advocating for the future leaders; particularly with programs that concentrate on high school girls from under-privileged homes.
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