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Sectors We Serve

Transportation

Percheron possesses the experience, commitment, and reliability to ensure that all of a client’s right of way, relocation and surveying needs will be completed in a detailed and timely manner. With a strong national presence, we utilize local right of way and relocation experts, as well as local survey crews who have DOT experience; thoroughly trained by experienced management staff in the processes and protocols that may then be adapted to a specific client’s needs.

A great deal of this knowledge arises from years of past service rendered for large, high profile interstate and state highway projects to various Departments of Transportation. Percheron’s professionals are diligent and dedicated to public service, and they produce the highest quality assignments and deliverables under tight time constraints and deadlines. From surveying to negotiation, condemnation to relocation, Percheron is the right partner for your public project needs.

What We Achieve:

  • Proper project understanding achieves on time & under budget results
  • Collaboration with one team achieves a singular route of communication
  • Superior safety standards in every task achieves safety for all environments 
  • Strong business partner and landowner relationships achieves trust among all 

Experienced Management

Lora Gunter 1.6.21 copyLora Gunter is Vice President, Transportation for Percheron, LLC.  She has 20 years of experience in the right of way industry, overseeing acquisition projects from planning through the condemnation process in the transportation sector, as well as energy and utilities.

Lora has extensive experience working for the Texas Department of Transportation, working as a Right of Way Attorney, in Fort Worth District operations, and as Right of Way Division Project Delivery Director.  In her last role, she oversaw the right-of-way acquisition portfolio for all 25 TxDOT Districts, as well as had program oversight of processes and procedures, the relocation and appraisal programs, and the local public agency program. 

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