Kyle Womack is a Principal and Vice President at PSC. He was employed in 1974 on a part-time basis prior to his graduation from Texas Tech University. Upon graduation in May 1975, he became an Engineer-in-Training. In 1979, he opened the firm’s Permian Basin office and in 1981, he was made a stockholder of the firm.

He has served on the firm’s Board of Directors and was the manager of the Permian Basin Office. Kyle has been a Project Manager for engineering, architectural, planning and construction projects involving development of various governmental and private sector facilities.

In the past several years, Mr. Womack has served as the Project Principal for numerous architectural/engineering, master planning, and development projects in Midland and the Permian Basin. These include master planning and recreational facilities for Grassland Estates in Midland (a multi-section planned development), Midland College, Manor Park Retirement Facility, Scharbauer Sports Complex and several retail center developments. Additionally, they include major renovations at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, airport hangar and office facilities for Scharbauer Interest, the new Airport Terminal at Midland International Airport and Downtown Midland Redevelopment.

In 2013, Kyle was appointed by Governor Rick Perry to serve on the Texas Board of Professional Engineers.