Elias Haddad, P.E.

Engineering Department Manager

Mr. Haddad has over 27 years of design and management experience in Civil Engineering. As manager of Cunningham-Allen’s Engineering Department, he manages project schedules and budgets for all projects; coordinates and supervises the preparation of construction documents; and manages the engineering review of the design documents to ensure that the documents satisfy the client's expectations as well as the applicable governmental regulations.

Mr. Haddad has worked with many Central Texas School Districts including Lake Travis, San Marcos, Lorena, Liberty Hill, Dripping Springs, Moody, Comal, Godley, Lampasas, Round Rock, Killeen, La Vega, Seguin, Grapevine-Colleyville, Brownwood, Copperas Cove, and Mansfield. Projects included new High Schools, Middle Schools, and Elementary Schools; several additions and renovations to existing schools; new athletic facilities; new district transportation and administration facilities and renovations to existing facilities; and school related infrastructure improvements such as road, storm drainage, water, and wastewater facilities.

For these projects, his role consisted of managing and coordinating the design with Clients, Architects, and subconsultants, as well as performing constructability and QA/QC reviews.

Other educational projects include work on Higher Education projects such as the UT Gregory Gymnasium which involved the relocation of existing utilities in the Gregory Gymnasium area to accommodate the addition of a swimming pool and spa facility and the extension of the existing swim center.

Mr. Haddad has also worked on public utility improvements such as the City of Cedar Park Silver Oak Off-Site Interceptor which consisted of the design, bid, and construction phase services for approximately 1,500 LF of a 15” wastewater line for the City of Cedar Park; and the Hutto Wastewater Improvements which consisted of the preliminary design, and construction drawings for approximately 11,000 LF of a gravity collection system, a 1,700 gpm lift station, and over 8,000 LF of dual force mains to serve 500 acres of proposed development. 


  • BE, Civil Engineering, American University of Beirut (1984)
  • MS, Construction Project Management, The University of Texas at Austin (1986)


  • State of Massachusetts No. 36168
  • State of Texas No. 87220
  • State of New Mexico No. 17520