Dean P. Bradley, PE
Dean Bradley is President of Felsburg Holt & Ullevig, providing strategic leadership and implementation of FHU’s mission to connect and enhance communities through transportation solutions. He has more than 30 years of management, planning, design, and construction engineering experience on transportation projects in Colorado, as well as throughout the United States. Dean has specialized skills in the delivery of high profile, complex projects with multiple agency partners and subconsultants, such as the Valley Highway Environmental Impact Statement, the Broadway Viaduct Replacement, and the I-25/Santa Fe/Alameda Reconstruction project (currently underway). Dean's experience managing large teams has helped FHU become a valued on-call consultant for Colorado municipalities, counties, and CDOT regions.
Kyle A. Anderson, PE, PTOE
Executive Vice President
Kyle Anderson is the Executive Vice President of Felsburg Holt & Ullevig. He helped establish our Nebraska operations in 2004 and is the Managing Principal of the Omaha and Lincoln offices. He has a 30+ year history of successfully meeting client, owner and agency expectations on major transportation projects across the Midwest. His portfolio of work includes railroad corridor and grade separation studies, comprehensive transportation plans, traffic impact studies, roadway design and environmental assessments. In addition to his technical knowledge, Kyle’s public involvement and consensus building skills help clients make better decisions and create a shared vision among stakeholders.
Christopher J. Fasching, PE, PTOE
Chris Fasching leads FHU's transportation engineering practice area. This team has grown to one of the largest traffic engineering teams based in Colorado. He has more than 20 years of experience in the conduct of major transportation/traffic studies, plans, and engineering projects. Chris brought a valuable client-oriented sensibility after working for the City of Aurora. He has worked with both public- and private-sector clients to develop multi-modal transportation solutions to keep transportations safe and efficient as clients adapted to growth, new development, or shifts to alternatives modes of travel. Chris has been instrumental in developing FHU's particular niche in serving the unique transportation needs of resort areas and mountain communities.
Thomas W. Anzia, PE
Tom Anzia has more than 30 years of civil engineering experience on projects throughout the western United States, with an emphasis on transportation projects in Colorado. Tom developed FHU’s rail design and planning practice area. His team pioneered the introduction of railroad Quiet Zones in Colorado, achieving the first three Quiet Zones approved in the state. They also provide freight rail design services in Colorado and Wyoming. Tom has also led FHU's several large, complex planning and design efforts, such as the North I-25 Environmental Impact Statement, with a study area that encompassed a 70-mile segment of the I-25 corridor from Denver to Fort Collins and the I-25/Trinidad Reconstruction project.
Elliot M. Sulsky, PE, AICP
Elliot Sulsky is one FHU's Principals specializing in transportation planning. He has over 20 years of transportation planning and transportation engineering experience, both as a consultant and with the City and County of Denver. Elliot has managed and participated in the development of major transportation plans and design projects including regional transportation plans, city comprehensive plans, corridor studies, subarea plans, and major development plans in Colorado and South Dakota. With a Master's degree in Urban Planning and AICP certification, Elliot excels at integrating transportation and planning disciplines and has developed FHU into a valued transportation partner with multiple urban planning firms. Elliot also works in tandem with Dean Bradley, working with FHU's communications team to implement FHU's marketing strategy.
Thor Gjelsteen, with more than 20 years of experience, leads FHU’s environmental services team. Thor specializes in project management and providing technical leadership for complex environmental projects. His current focus is on environmental impact analysis and decision-making for transportation projects such as North Meadows Extension to I-25 and US 85 in Castle Rock. He has also led, as a subconsultant, the environmental evaluation team for the FasTracks I-225 Corridor effort. Thor’s technical background includes hazardous waste investigation, recreational area impacts, noise, community impacts and involvement, and cumulative impact analysis. He is also skilled in managing the production of quality environmental documentation and communicating project information to a wide variety of audiences.
Holly Buck, PE, PTP
Holly Buck has more than 15 years of experience in transportation planning. A multimodal advocate, Holly is FHU’s transit specialist, developing the practice area within FHU. She has been involved in innovative transit solutions such as the study which resulted in the FREX commuter bus service. Holly seeks systemic multi-modal transportation improvements on projects such as the North I-25 EIS or comprehensive planning efforts for communities such as Avon, Commerce City, and Centennial. Holly works closely with transit agencies, CDOT, planning organizations, and individual communities to assess existing systems and to develop improved mobility solutions.
Lyle DeVries, PE, PTOE
Lyle DeVries applies more than 15 years of experience in traffic engineering and transportation planning to projects throughout Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming. He evaluates major interstate corridors and networks as well as state highways, for which he assesses traffic operations, conducts alternatives analyses, and recommends design and traffic operations improvements to improve mobility and safety for the traveling public. Lyle has been a leader in extending FHU's services to communities throughout South Dakota and the South Dakota Department of Transportation.
Jenny A. Young, PE, PTP
Jenny Young is a multimodal transportation planner, with more than 15 years of experience in planning that encompasses corridor- to state-level study areas. She has led numerous master transportation plans and corridor studies for clients such as the Colorado Department of Transportation and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization as well as many Colorado municipalities. She works with a wide variety of communities—from urban centers such as Denver and Fort Collins to rural towns that dot Colorado’s Eastern Plains. Jenny is both a certified Professional Transportation Planner and a registered Professional Engineer, which reflects her philosophy of developing balanced transportation solutions for all modes of travel. Long a strong multimodal proponent, Jenny was instrumental in developing the bicycle and pedestrian planning practice area at FHU and managed the development of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Chapter for CDOT’s Roadway Design Guide. Jenny has also served as a key planner for specialized studies evaluating energy impacts on transportation infrastructure, bicycle/pedestrian connectivity, and public involvement technologies.
Kurt R. Kellogg, PE, MBA
Kurt has more than 25 years of transportation engineering experience in both the public and private sectors, responsible for the management and coordination of civil and transportation engineering projects. He has worked on behalf of federal, state, municipal, and private clientele. At FHU, Kurt focuses primarily on highway and municipal roadway projects in Colorado. Combining his engineering experience with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, he understands the complex financial contexts affecting modern transportation projects. Kurt has also played a pivotal role in developing FHU’s presence in the Design-Build arena. His projects include the US 6 Design-Build and the I-25/Santa Fe/Alameda Interchange Complex, which are some of Colorado’s most heavily traveled segments of interstate highway.
Matt McFadden, PE
Matt is a roadway engineer with more than 20 years of project experience. He joined FHU in its inaugural year in Nebraska with a passion to grow FHU’s roadway design group. Nearly a decade later the team’s portfolio of successful projects spans the region. From conceptual design for feasibility studies to final design for construction, Matt has helped communities across the Midwest improve their interstates, highways, streets, and interchanges. His client list includes many rural Nebraska counties and municipalities, growing urban centers like Omaha and Lincoln, and state departments of transportation, including the Nebraska Department of Roads and the Kansas Department of Transportation. Matt finds great satisfaction in seeing FHU projects like Omaha’s 144th and Blondo Street improvements significantly enhance capacity, safety, and travel times for the thousands of people who use them.
Amy has spent the past 30 years helping communities and businesses maintain environmental compliance with transportation, water resources, utility, and development projects. Her areas of expertise include the National Environmental Policy Act, wetlands, terrestrial habitat evaluation, and endangered species, as well as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 404 permit program. Over the years, Amy has been involved in development of wetland mitigation and restoration plans for the City of Lincoln, BNSF Railway, Nebraska Public Power District, Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District, Central Platte Natural Resources District, and many other Midwestern clients. Since joining the firm in 2009, she has played a leading role in establishing FHU’s environmental practice in Nebraska and oversees a growing staff of environmental scientists in Lincoln and Omaha.
Kevin R. Maddoux, AICP CEP
Kevin is a Senior Environmental Scientist with 18 years of experience in environmental and transportation planning. He is FHU’s National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Practice Leader. Kevin thoroughly understands the unique environmental context of transportation projects and has expertly guided public sector clients through the intricacies of the NEPA process, obtaining environmental permits, implementing environmental mitigation, and conducting environmental monitoring. Kevin has been involved in the development of environmental assessments, environmental impact statements, and programmatic and non-programmatic categorical exclusions. He is a leading practitioner of Planning and Environmental Linkage (PEL) studies following the introduction of this form of environmental evaluation. He conducted one of the first PEL studies in Colorado (Federal Blvd., 5th to Holden in Denver) and worked with the Colorado Department of Transportation to develop the statewide PEL Handbook. A graduate of the University of Denver, Kevin holds a Master of Environmental Policy and Management, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in both International Studies and Environmental Science. He is also a Certified Environmental Planner and a member of the American Planning Association.
Patrick R. Stein, PE
Pat is a structural engineer with more than 10 years of bridge design experience on behalf of federal, state, and municipal clients. As both a Project Manager and Lead Bridge Engineer, Pat has expanded the breadth of transportation structures services provided at FHU. He has worked extensively in Colorado, particularly in the Denver and Colorado Springs metro areas, on some of FHU’s signature projects, such as the US 6 Design-Build and the I-25/Santa Fe/Alameda Interchange Complex. He has also played a leading role in developing FHU’s structures practice regionally, with projects in South Dakota and Wyoming markets. Pat holds a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science from Iowa State University and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, and Wyoming.
Alex K. Pulley, CE
Alex is a Senior Environmental Scientist and Certified Ecologist with more than 20 years of National Environmental Policy Act experience, performing and managing Planning and Environmental Linkage Studies, Environmental Impact Statements, and Environmental Assessments. He experience also includes creative and effective approaches to compliance with the Endangered Species Act and Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting. Since joining FHU in 2003, Alex has guided the development of FHU’s environmental services practice, focusing on NEPA and biological resources. Alex’s expertise in wetland delineations and permitting, Threatened and Endangered Species surveys, mitigation design, and landscape assessments has supported a vast array of municipal and state transportation and natural habitat projects throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. A graduate of Pittsburg State University, Alex holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Environmental Management. He is also a Certified Ecologist and a member of the Ecological Society of America and Society of Wetland Scientists.
Dave Lampe, PE, CFM
Dave is a Project Manager and Senior Water Resources Engineer with over 20 years of experience on a variety of public infrastructure, land development, and water resources projects. Dave has been with FHU for over five years and currently is Project Delivery Manager for Nebraska’s water resources group. At FHU, he uses his experience to assist clients with watershed planning and stormwater management. He is a Certified Floodplain Manager and specializes in stream and wetland restoration projects and green infrastructure design. Dave is an alumni of the University of Nebraska with a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
Robert W. Felsburg, PE (Retired)
Bob Felsburg founded FHU with Steve Holt in 1984. Over the course of an eminent 40-year career, Bob was a recognized and respected transportation planner and engineer, managing major multi-modal transportation studies, plans, research efforts and engineering projects throughout the United States, particularly in Colorado, South Dakota, and Nebraska. Bob guided transportation planning efforts ranging from statewide efforts to planning regions to small rural communities—assisting every client to prioritize and plan for the transportation infrastructure improvements to best serve constituents. He ably guided FHU as President for more than 25 years, during which time FHU grew from a single-office, three-person firm to a four-office company with more than 120 transportation professionals. Bob served as Past President of the American Council of Engineering Companies-Colorado as well as a National Director–American Council of Engineering Companies. In 2012, he was the recipient of the Orley O. Philips Award the highest honor given to an engineer each year by ACEC-CO.
Stephen A. Holt, PE (Retired)
Steve Holt retired in 2009, after a distinguished career that spanned more than 40 years in the planning, design, and implementation of major transportation systems throughout the United States and internationally. A founding partner, Mr. Holt was a recognized leader among numerous professional associations and was active serving in advisory roles relating to the improvement of transportation in the western United States.
Arnold J. Ullevig, PE (Retired)
Arnie Ullevig joined Bob Felsburg and Steve Holt in 1985, completing the firm’s original partnership of Felsburg Holt & Ullevig. Over the course of sixteen years with FHU, Arnie was a driving force in FHU’s development as a leader in transportation studies in Colorado, particularly projects requiring large multi-discipline planning and design teams for improvements to the state’s transportation networks. Arnie closed a 30+ year career with his retirement in 2001.