Who we are...
Dudley Engineering is a full service structural engineering company with fresh innovative ideas and excellent client service. We utilize advanced 3D and visualization software to facilitate enhanced coordination with the rest of the design team as well as to provide the owner an accessible avenue to visualize the proposed structure. We pride ourselves on being contractor-friendly engineers. This starts with establishing a mindset on every project of considering "how will they build it" and ensuring that all of the necessary information is provided. We also place emphasis on eliminating superfluous details, notes and schedules on our drawings that lessen the attention given to pertinent information. As part of our full-service approach, we are not strangers to construction sites. We take every opportunity to observe / inspect our work during construction which allows us to learn from the trades installing the work so that we can refine our craft.
- Texas Board of Professional Engineers Registered Firm - TBPE Firm No.-18677
- Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) - Appointed Inspector
- City of Houston Approved Special Inspector
- ABAA (Air Barrier Association of America) - Certified Auditor (Certification #: 10234)
- Company Sponsor of Texas Task Force 1
- College Station
- The Woodlands
- The Team -
Drew Dudley, P.E. leads Dudley Engineering. In his 7 years of experience in the industry, Drew has worked closely with architects, owners, and contractors to help deliver marquee projects such at Kyle Field Renovations at Texas A&M and New Katy ISD Stadium. Throughout his career, Drew has also found great fulfillment in working on community projects such as Cy Fair Stadium Renovation and New Natatorium, Dayton ISD School Renovations, and Bryan ISD School Renovations.
Drew is also an adjunct professor at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture at the University of Houston. Drew teaches a class of approximately 100 students the basic principles of structural engineering.
Drew is also committed to giving back to his community. One such example is Drew's involvement as a structural specialist in Texas Task Force 1. Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) functions as one of the 28 federal teams under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)'s National Urban Search and Rescue System and as a statewide urban search and rescue team under direction of the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM). As a structural specialist, Drew is trained to provide support to the search and rescue teams when they are required to enter damaged or collapsed structures.
Bryan Tyson, P.E. brings an impressive experience record to Dudley Engineering. Bryan worked for nationally recognized structural engineering firms including Thornton Tomasetti and Moffatt & Nichol in which he was a team member on marquee projects such as U.S. Bank Stadium (home to the Minnesota Vikings).
In addition to being a structural engineer, Bryan is also a licensed commercial diver and has six publications to his name.
Bryan is also committed to giving back to his community which is evidenced by his involvement as a structural specialist in Texas Task Force 1. Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) functions as one of the 28 federal teams under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)'s National Urban Search and Rescue System and as a statewide urban search and rescue team under direction of the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM). As a structural specialist, Bryan is trained to provide support to the search and rescue teams when they are required to enter damaged or collapsed structures.
Johnny Thompson, EIT has a Bachelor of Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Masters of Engineering from Texas A&M University. Johnny is a United States Air Force veteran with two overseas tours (Afghanistan and Niger) and currently serves in the Air National Guard. Johnny's experience in the Air Force as a Cyber Transport Craftsman is a great asset to Dudley Engineering as it will help streamline all of our communications and technology to help deliver projects more efficiently.