Percheron has built a legacy of best-in-class services through the commitment and experience of our project management team. For some companies, the ability to organize and execute projects on a nationwide scale is just an ambition. But Percheron offers more than a promise – our record of sustained excellence and client retention proves where we've been and where our partnerships can go together.
Brad Caldwell is a Title Supervisor for Percheron, LLC with 10+ years of industry experience. He joined Percheron in March of 2016, previously as Title Abstractor and Team Lead. Brad received his J.D. from the Penn State Dickinson School of Law and his Bachelor’s Degree from Houghton College. He is an active member of the AAPL and the Pennsylvania State Bar.
Curtis Cole is Sr. Financial Analyst for Percheron with 10+ years of industry experience. He joined Percheron in April 2015. Curtis received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Stephen F. Austin State University.
Patrick Curlin is Mapping Lead - Survey for Percheron with over 25 years of experience in pipeline route design and mapping. He is experienced in coordination, personnel, for both small, fast-paced, multi-state projects and large, multi-year, long linear projects. He serves as mapping lead for select projects throughout the nation. In addition, he has extensive technical skills in different CAD programs. Patrick is Blue Sky certified Level II.
Brian Davis is a Project Manager - Energy, with 5+ years of industry experience. He joined Percheron in 2011, previously as a Civil Engineer. Brian received his Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University. He is an active member of AAPL, DAPL, and WAPL and has his RPL certification.
Taylor Doring is UAS Project Coordinator for Percheron, LLC. Taylor joined Percheron in July of 2018, previously serving as an instrument man for the survey department. Taylor is FAA certified with a Part 107 remote pilot license.
Patrick Fawbush is Project Manager - Energy, with 15+ years of industry experience. He joined Percheron in June 2000, previously as a Project Manager. Pat received a Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University and is an active member of the AAPL, WHAPL and APLA. He earned his CPL certification through the AAPL.
Jim Ford is CAD Manager for Percheron, with 20+ years’ experience in land surveying and operations. He joined Percheron in June 2011 and was the lead Technicians for many of Percheron larger survey projects including the Shell Falcon Project. Jim is responsible for developing and implementing new technologies as well as training Technicians for the entire surveying department. Jim received an A.A.S. Degree in Engineering Design Graphics at Austin Community College and attended South West Texas State University. Jim is also BlueSky certified, Level II and pursuing his S.I.T. certification.
Josh Gaddis is Recruiting Manager for Percheron with 5+ years of oil & gas industry experience. He joined Percheron in August 2010. Josh received a Bachelor’s Degree from Pittsburg State University after playing baseball for Kansas City Kansas Community College. He is an active member of the IRWA Chapter 8 in Houston.
Matthew Gallant is a Title Supervisor for Percheron, LLC with 10+ years of industry experience. He joined Percheron in 2012, after working overseas for the U.S. Military. Matthew is a member of the AAPL.
Billy Greathouse is Project Manager - Survey for Percheron with over 20 years of surveying experience, with the last 10+ years focused on new pipeline and facility development as well as O&M. At Percheron Billy is key in new project development and execution, as well as project coordination and management. Billy is experienced in all aspects of land surveying including preliminary, construction, and final as-built for various types of oil and gas projects. He is also well versed in civil topographic surveying, engineering design, route design, ALTA/ACSM Land Title, boundary, and all aspects of plant and refinery surveying. He is experienced in coordinating and managing multiple projects and field crews, safety personnel, on projects both large and small.
Tyna Hammond is NSite Application Manager for Percheron, with 6 years of industry experience. She joined Percheron in Decemeber of 2011, previously serving as a Document Specialist. Tyna received a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Mary Hardin- Baylor.
Jay Hamlin is Title Training Coordinator for Percheron, LLC with 12+ years of industry experience. He is responsible for training title agents across the country in Percheron's methodology and database. Jay joined Percheron in October 2007, previously as an In-house Title Agent and Reviewer. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Baylor University.
Gwen Longo is a Program Manager for Percheron, LLC. She has 9 years of experience working in the energy industry, previously serving as Regional Manager, Northeast. After receiving her Bachelor's degree from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Gwen began her career as a GIS Technician and was promoted into project management in 2016. She has been involved in the right of way process from beginning to end; from initial routing design with engineers, building property boundaries with title, document generation and review, easement acquisitions, landowner and attorney negotiations, construction support, reclamation, and project closeout. Gwen is an active member of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA).
Arlene Kaplan is a Project/Relocation Manager - Field Services, with 30+ years of industry experience. She joined Percheron in August 2012, previously as a Relocation Manager. Arlene attended Northwestern University for Business Administration and has pursued extensive continuing education courses in real estate. She is RW/RAC certified through the IRWA and holds a Texas Real Estate License. Arlene is an active member of the IRWA and has co-authored various Relocation courses. She is a Relocation Instructor and provides DOT in-house training for new and developing practitioners. She previously co-founded IRWA Chapter 76, served as the Chairperson for the 46th Annual IRWA Education Conference and has held various other positions both locally and nationally for the IRWA.
Allison King is Principal Investigator for Percheron, LLC. Ms. King has more than 15 years of experience with environmental archaeology, has worked throughout the American Southwest, Great Basin, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and has conducted archaeological assessments, Phase I surveys and Phase II data recovery projects throughout the southwestern and southeastern United States. Ms. King is experienced with Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) environmental regulations for natural gas facilities. Her archaeological experience includes archival research, budget and scope preparation, field direction and survey, data recovery and analysis, site mitigation, and report preparation. In addition to archaeological duties, they are also experienced in Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies, including data management and map preparation. She has gained valuable experience with lithic and ceramic technologies, human skeletal remains, and curation techniques and procedures. Her education and experience have enabled her to access and use a diverse set of techniques and theories for cultural resource management.