Chuck Doby, P.E.
CEO, Owner

Mr. Doby provides CADCO with a variety and depth of engineering experience.

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W. Richard Rogers, AIA
President, Owner

Mr. Rogers represents a high degree of skill, knowledge, and experience in educational facilities.

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Steve Ellinger, FAIA
Vice President, Owner

Mr. Ellinger has extensive experience in municipal type projects, as well as various commercial design projects.

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Shawnda Rixey, AIA
Associate AIA Project Manager

Ms. Rixey is a licensed Architect in the state of Texas and CADCO is excited to have her bright view and life experience as an addition to the team.

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Jonathan Schmutz
Associate AIA Project Manager

Jonathan brings proficient knowledge in programming, master planning, design, construction documents and construction administration.

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Kevin Pulaski
Associate AIA Project Manager

Kevin has been with CADCO since 2013 and contributes significant knowledge and experience towards the preparation of construction documents for our projects.

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David Watkins
Engineering & Construction

David Watkins graduated from Texas Tech University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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Tommy Ward
Field Supervisor

Tommy’s construction experience, supervision, and his people skills prove to be an important asset to CADCO’s team.

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Jessross Ilagan
Intern Architect

Jessross’ professional draftsman expertise is valuable to our company.

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Sara Reeder, RID
Interior Designer

Sara Reeder is a 1999 graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Interior Design.

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Annelise White, Junior Interior Designer
Junior Interior Designer

Annelise graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design and Associates in Pre-Architecture from Abilene Christian University in 2019. (more…)

Basilia Hester
Office Manager/Marketing Director

Basilia Hester graduated from Abilene High School, from then she went out to pursue her career with office administration and management. (more…)