Megan L. Crutcher, P.E., CFM
Megan L. Crutcher, P.E., CFM


Texas Tech University
Civil Engineering – 2007
Texas Board of Professional Engineers #109803

Ms. Crutcher’s passion for civil engineering and her ability to create a true team centered environment has enabled her to excel in the land development community. After graduating from Texas Tech University, she moved home to the Houston area, started her career in Hydrology and Hydraulics, and eventually shifted to Land Development. Through her work in these areas of engineering, she developed her analytical, detail-oriented, and outside-the-box thinking approach to finding solutions that best fit the client’s needs.

Throughout her career, Ms. Crutcher has served as Project Manager on various projects, ranging in topography and size, from sites smaller than one acre to greater than 2,400 acres. Her projects have ranged in location and governing agencies, such as Harris County, Brazoria County, Fort Bend County, the City of Houston, the City of Tomball, the City of Alvin, and the City of Angleton.

Megan has worked with numerous special Districts, including serving as the District engineer for multiple MUDs in and around Harris and Fort Bend Counties and PIDs in the City of Tomball and the City of Alvin. Megan intuitively understands the multiple, intricate, and varying moving parts critical to successfully managing teams and projects of varying magnitudes. In addition, Megan has worked on many Low Impact Design projects within the Houston and surrounding areas.

As a respected professional and industry expert, Megan has been asked to speak at several conferences and forums related to land development and MUDs. In 2016, she co-authored an article that was published in Land and Water Magazine on low-impact development (LID) that addressed how LID was utilized.

Megan knows she has had a very successful and meaningful career, but she would not have achieved this without the support of her family. Having grown up in the Houston area, she and her husband, Matthew, knew they wanted to set-up roots in the area. They have settled in Fulshear, Texas, with four children: Kaitlyn, Hailey, Declan, and Claire. Being the oldest of eight siblings, Megan’s extended family in and around Houston also contributes to the strong foundation that has supported her in her career.