Tiffany Villarreal — ENV SP
Tiffany is the president of InfraTex Consulting, a licensed engineering ﬁrm located in Aledo, Texas. InfraTex specializes in private and residential construction projects with a focus on sustainable and resilient infrastructure. Tiffany is active and holds memberships and positions in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Associated General Contractors (AGC), American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), and Infrastructure Advancement Institute (IAI). In addition to engineering, Tiffany also works with distributors, manufacturers, and civil engineering firms on business strategies, social media marketing, and government affairs. She maintains strong relationships with DOT, city, and county officials, and has aided several clients with the creation of specifications and the introduction of new product lines into the public work community.
Tiffany began her career working as a senior project manager for JM Structural Engineering in Austin, Texas. As the structural project manager for high-end residential and commercial projects, she oversaw several well-known restaurants and breweries in the Austin area.
Prior to founding InfraTex Consulting, Tiffany served as the Texas regional engineer for Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. That role allowed her to partner with the Texas Department of Transportation, county and municipal agencies, sanitary districts, and water management districts on the development of speciﬁcations and product acceptance in the civil engineering industry.
In addition to engineering, Tiffany is passionate about sustainability and resilience and a huge advocate for sustainable construction projects. She stays active in her local community by serving on the city of Aledo’s Planning and Zoning Commission. Being a mom to five children means she is committed to keeping our infrastructure resilient and strong for future generations.
Outside of her professional practice, Tiffany worked to revive the Texas ASCE’s dormant Government Affairs Committee in 2016 and led the committee through tremendous growth and onto valuable relationships between ASCE Texas Section members and the Texas Legislature. A dedicated team and strong leadership led Tiffany to win the 2018 ASCE Outstanding Civil Engineer Advocate award. This society-level recognition was bestowed upon her in Washington, DC, as part of ASCE’s Legislative Fly-In program. Since then, she was elected by her peers to serve as the ASCE Texas Section’s 2020 vice president for Professional Aﬀairs where she is a current board member.