At UEG, we design innovative utility engineering solutions with our regional partners within the public works and utility management sectors. We’re committed to providing prompt and reliable utility delivery systems to our clients and the communities they serve throughout Central and South Texas.
WHO WE ARE
David Kneuper’s engineering career incorporates a diverse range of civil engineering specialties and sectors with an advanced concentration in water and wastewater applications. Having worked in land and residential development, drainage and transportation, David seamlessly applies a full-picture approach to his designs and project direction. His role and expertise in project development and strategy involves both local, regional, and state-level permitting and compliance services, agency coordination, project design, bidding as well as resource and construction management. A proud New Braunfels native and graduate of Texas A&M University at College Station, David enjoys taking an active role in his community and is engaged in a variety of local improvement and planning initiatives.
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER | CERTIFIED FLOODPLAIN MANAGER
Garry Montgomery has accumulated a vast range of successful public, private and municipal projects differing in size, scope, and complexity as both a civil engineer and a certified floodplain manager. His streamlined methods and concentration on building relationships have led to the successful coordination of numerous ground-up developments as well as existing systems’ improvements throughout his career. Garry’s distinct skills and background in civil design, with a focus on water and wastewater in the public works sector, include civil design, planning and program financing, the implementation of construction phase services and administration, project closeout and commissioning as well as permitting with various national, state, and local compliance agencies and institutions. Garry gives back to his community by serving as a mentor to engineering students at his alma mater, The University of Texas at San Antonio, as well as by participating in philanthropic and community organizations both in New Braunfels and within his hometown of Bertram, Texas.