Mike Harris, P.E, Director of Engineering
Mike leads and directs the Engineering Department. He is responsible for overseeing the day to day activities of each staff member, developing and managing the departmental budget, and oversight of the design and construction activities related to new development.
Responsibility for managing the city’s storm water and erosion control program also falls under the purview of the Engineering Department.
Steve Foster, P.E, City Engineer
Steve’s primary role is residential subdivision design and construction. He reviews preliminary plans, construction drawings and drainage designs for new residential developments to ensure the developments meet the City of Brentwood’s standards.
He coordinates with the Engineering Technician and Engineer that work in the field performing inspections of the on-going work to ensure the developments are built in accordance with the approved plans.
Wayne Bobbitt, Engineering Technician II
Wayne ensures roadway construction is performed in accordance with the approved drawings and City of Brentwood requirements. This also includes utilities and drainage systems within the roadway.
He accomplishes this through visual inspections, density testing and by drilling cores into the completed roadway to confirm thicknesses.
Wayne also inspects erosion and siltation control measures at development and construction sites for compliance with our storm water regulations.
Matt White, Engineer
Matt reviews residential transitional lot plans and commercial site plans for permitting and Planning Commission review.
Matt is also responsible for the City’s Storm Water Program. The storm water program is managed according to our storm water permit issued by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. The primary purpose of the storm water program is to prevent harmful discharges into waters of the State that can harm aquatic life, cause erosion or otherwise harm these natural resources.