Gordon Shaw, PE, AICP, Principal
Gordon R. Shaw, PE, AICP, Principal of LSC, generally serves as the Project Manager for studies conducted out of the Tahoe City office. Mr. Shaw has 33 years of experience conducting traffic and transportation studies throughout the western U.S. He holds a B.S. degree in civil engineering from Purdue University, as well as M.S. and Engineer degrees from Stanford University, and is a registered Professional Engineer in California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado. Mr. Shaw has conducted more than 100 transportation studies in the Tahoe region for both public and private clients, as well as a myriad of transportation engineering and planning studies around the American West.
Sara Hawley, PE, Principal
Sara T. Hawley, PE, is a Principal in the Tahoe City office. She holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley and is a registered Professional Engineer (Civil) in California and Nevada. Since joining the firm in 2001, she has worked on a variety of public and private traffic engineering projects. These projects include mixed-use developments, commercial, residential, recreational, city, county, state, and federal projects in California, Nevada, Montana, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado. Her work includes project management, traffic modeling, traffic impact analysis, corridor plans, site access design, turn lane design, roadway alignments and cost estimates, parking studies, evaluation of pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and circulation studies for environmental impact reports.
Leslie Suen, Engineer
Leslie Suen is an Engineer in the Tahoe City office. She holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. Since joining the firm in 2006, Mrs. Suen has worked on a variety of traffic impact studies in Nevada County, Placer County, and Calaveras County, California, as well as for a major commercial project in Snowmass Village, Colorado. These analyses include the evaluation of existing traffic operations analysis, level of service analysis, trip generation estimates, accident data evaluations, and parking studies.