Jeremy Doege, P.E. – Public Infrastructure Services Market Leader, San Antonio

Focus: Civil, Leadership, Traffic
Location: San Antonio

Jeremy Doege is the Market Leader for Public Infrastructure Services in San Antonio. Jeremy received his BSCE from Texas A&M University in 2001 and has spent his entire career working with clients in the San Antonio and Bexar County area to design and construct infrastructure improvement projects and enhance the overall quality of life for the public.

His 15 years of experience includes client management, utility design, and coordination, roadway and drainage design, program, project and construction management. He has led several San Antonio Water System projects over the course of his career, which include high-profile utility relocation projects, sanitary sewer overflow reduction projects, and water system upgrades. Jeremy served as a project and program manager for numerous projects within the City of San Antonio’s Infrastructure Management Program (IMP) and Bond Programs over the last ten years, focusing on roadway improvements, drainage enhancements and flood mitigation, and pedestrian and accessibility upgrades. Jeremy also spearheaded the City of San Antonio’s Sidewalk Program and Street Reclamation Program, where he worked in concert with City of San Antonio project managers and directors along with numerous consultants and contractors to lead, develop, design and construct over 450 projects across all ten council districts within the City.

Jeremy understands the importance of project coordination, stakeholder engagement, and public involvement to successfully deliver projects for his Clients. As a local leader in the engineering community, he is actively involved with local chapters of Underground Construction Technology Association (UCTA), American Water Works Association (AWWA), Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT), Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) and Texas Public Works Association (TPWA). His involvement with each of these organizations has helped them to expand locally and he has also worked with committee members to grow scholarship programs for local students and future engineers.

He is originally from La Vernia, Texas, and lives with his wife Auburn in the Cibolo Canyons neighborhood in north San Antonio along with their son Weston.