Place 5: Large Members — Term Ends: 12/31/2018

Chris Steubing, PE, CFM, has been with the City for over 10 years and has served in the role of City Engineer since his hiring back in 2006. He brings over 20 years of total experience in the field of engineering and construction project management with municipalities, counties and the private sector.

As City Engineer he has provided oversight of the department through the daily activities of new development plat and plan review, construction oversight of civil infrastructure improvements, the development and implementation of the City’s Capital Improvement Program, including planning, design and construction of all vertical and civil construction projects, along with the duties of floodplain management and administration, thoroughfare planning and land acquisition services.

Prior to coming to Sugar Land Chris spent the first 10 years of his career in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex area serving roles with both municipal and county government as well as Racetrac Petroleum. His experiences include Director roles with Denton County and the City of Decatur as well as engineering and extensive project management for the City of Colleyville and Racetrac Petroleum.

Chris received his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1996, became a licensed engineer in Texas in 2002 and in April of 2016 completed the LBJ School of Public Affairs Public Executive Institute. Chris represents the professional engineering society as a committee representative for the Texas Board of Professional Engineers and has professional affiliations with the American Society of Civil Engineers, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, Texas Floodplain Management Association, American Public Works Association and the Construction Managers Association of America.

He and his wife, Darla, have been married for over 20 years and they have three children.

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