Cassandra “Sandy” Cantner, P.E., is a Senior Project Manager focused on Municipal projects in KSA’s Sugar Land, Texas office. Sandy is a proven, results oriented civil engineer with more than 29 years experience in planning, design, project management, and construction management of municipal, transportation, land development, and site development projects serving public and private clients including Federal, State, County, municipal, and special district government clients. She has completed projects that range in size and complexity from small spot drainage system repair from hurricane related erosion damage, complete street reconstruction of major thoroughfares with federal funding, and greenfield construction of residential communities up to 500 acres in the Houston area. She has delivered projects with standard design and emergency disaster recovery rapid response schedules. Her design and project management experience includes a wide variety of projects involving storm water collection, detention/retention ponds, drainage channels, amenity lakes, water treatment, water transmission, and water distribution, wastewater collection, treatment, and reuse, roads, highways, bridges, light rail, and parking lots. She has worked in upland riverine as well as coastal communities located in rural, suburban and urban areas.
She graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Specialty in Ocean and Coastal Engineering in 1992. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Florida. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Association of Water Board Directors and frequently volunteers with the Galveston Historic Seaport. She currently serves as Vice President of Brazoria County Municipal Utility District No. 29 (Manvel, Texas) which is responsible for wet utility service to approximately 1,700 residential connections and growing.