Philip W. Huseman, P.E.
Philip W. Huseman, P.E.

Senior Project Manager

Texas A & M University
Civil Engineering – 1997
Cum Laude
Texas Board of Professional Engineers #95720

Envisioning his role as an extension of city staff has allowed Philip Huseman to gain the trust of city managers, public works directors, planners, and council members. Graduating from Texas A&M University with a with a B.S. in civil engineering, Mr. Huseman has worked in numerous cities designing municipal projects for over 15 years.

Philip has worked in cities in the greater Houston area and along with cities in East Texas. Prior to working for Odyssey, he served as the city engineer for cities like Clute, Edna, Hempstead, Morgan’s Point, and Richwood to name a few. Some of his projects include new water wells, water storage tanks, drainage improvements, water main and sewer line design, and wastewater treatment plant improvements. In the last five years he has overseen the design and construction of over $4,000,000 in water and sanitary sewer improvements. He enjoys meeting with and spending time with City plant operators to go over their problems and concerns and finds ways to solve their problems.

In addition to his role as serving in the capacity of the city engineer, he has worked as a project manager for pedestrian trail projects, street reconstruction projects, reclaim pump station and transmission lines, and developed water and sewer master plans. Mr. Huseman has been involved on managing large scale projects with $13 million in construction costs down to $50,000. He strives to produce quality engineering documents and seeks to find cost saving solutions. Some of these include analyzing the protentional for slope lining existing storm sewer lines and or pipe bursting options to minimize open cut construction activities in your cities.

Philip attributes his professional career success to a senior engineer who took the time to mentor him and answer all his questions in detail. He has a passion to mentor and develop young engineers so they too increase their knowledge and skill set to help them and the communities in which they work.

Philip grew up in the Spring Branch area of Houston. After graduation from Texas A&M he chose to begin his career in East Texas. In the last five years he moved back to the Houston area and resides in the Richmond/ Fulshear area of Fort Bend County with his family of four.