Allan Wolf, PE, LEED AP, is a Principal and the Director of K-12 Business Development. He applies his passion for educational facilities by helping districts all over Texas through the process of facility assessment, master-planning, and bond planning. He has conducted and supervised facility condition assessments of over 25 million square feet of educational inventory in 31 states and has helped more than 35 school districts in Texas pass bond referendums ranging from $3.6 million to $198 million. Wolf also managed the design of Borger ISD’s new elementary school, the first LEED-Certified Texas K-12 school west of I-35 and winner of the Best of K-12 construction in 2008 by Texas Contractor Magazine.

More recently, Wolf has been instrumental in the planning of a new, 21st Century school with a collaborative learning environment in Seagraves, Texas. This facility will be the first 21 Century school constructed in West Texas. he also uses his professional skills to improve his community, having served as the Vice Director for Publicity and Education for the Governor’s Texas Engineers Task Force on Homeland Security. He also served as the statewide Engineers’ Week publicity chairman for two years. Wolf has been a proud supporter and volunteer for the Pre-Engineering robotics class at his high school alma mater. He was honored for his work on behalf of his profession and named the Young Engineer of the Year in 2003 by the South Plains Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers.

“Building Community is a commitment, a long-term one, to serve the communities I am blessed to work in with my time, talents and treasure.  I try to approach each project with a perspective that includes how solving a problem can make a lasting impact on students, teachers and parents.”