Wood Rodgers has announced the promotion of three employees within the Reno office.
Stacie Huggins has been promoted to principal planner. Huggins has over 22 years of professional experience in land use planning, master planning, community development and economic development in both the private and public sectors.
Over the years, she has successfully provided land use planning for both rural and urban communities, transit planning on a number of similar projects, and has been responsible for business development, land development and management and market analysis at both Reno-Stead Airport and Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
Megan Overton has been promoted to principal engineer. Overton has over 20 years of engineering experience in feasibility studies, civil design, project management, and permitting on public works and land development projects.
She has managed job types including multi-phase residential projects, commercial and mixed-use developments, storm water management systems, ADA access improvements, heap leach facilities, tailings impoundments, and reclamation.
Mickey Smith has also been promoted to principal engineer. Smith has over 35 years of experience in geotechnical engineering, materials engineering, and construction quality control.
She has been responsible for the overview of all field exploration and laboratory testing and design services executed during performance of geotechnical investigation reports and engineer of record project management.
Smith’s dual backgrounds in geological engineering and civil engineering help her bring unique perspectives and approaches to design challenges offered by the development communities.