Patrick J. Landry, M.S., P.E., P.L.S. is a Senior Engineer at Fenstermaker who obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1984, his Master of Science in Engineering with focus in Civil Engineering in 1989, Professional Engineering License in Louisiana in 1989, and his Professional Land Surveyor’s License in Louisiana in 1997. He brings thirty-eight years of engineering experience and 26 years of surveying experience to Fenstermaker. Mr. Landry has accumulated a diverse portfolio of engineering experiences throughout his career. Some of the experiences he brings are: roadway design, drainage design, construction administration, materials quality assurance testing, traffic engineering studies, traffic control design, highway right-of-way survey, construction survey, capital outlay project oversite, and transportation related emergency support functions (ESF) in times of natural disaster needs. Areas of experience include interstate highway design; state highway design; state agency project oversight; project permit review, approval authority, coordination, and construction oversite; traffic impact studies; rail crossing maintenance coordination; traffic control device design/review; local roadway design; and local agency project oversite.
Locally, Mr. Landry designed a 10-mile segment of I-10 widening a 4-lane freeway to a 6-lane freeway beginning at US 171 and extending east to the Jefferson Davis parish line. The project included multiple exit/entrance ramp redesigns and modifications, installation of a removable median concrete barrier (the first of its kind in Louisiana), modification to existing interchange lighting, and establishment of emergency vehicle median cross overs. It was the first major project in Louisiana that lidar survey data was collected and used to design the project.
Prior to coming to Fenstermaker, Mr. Landry retired from a 34-year career with the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LA DOTD) as the Assistant District Administrator of Engineering in Lake Charles, LA. then worked 2 years at a private firm. With LA DOTD, Mr. Landry had administrative, management, and engineering oversight responsibilities coordinating all engineering, design, permitting, traffic impacts, rail crossing, and emergency response functions.
Areas of Expertise:
Hydraulic Design and Analysis
Boundary and Topographical Surveying
Louisiana Engineering Society (LES)
American Council of Engineering Companies of Louisiana (ACECL)
Louisiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors (LSPS)
National Society of Professional Land Surveyors (NSPS)
Who’s Who Among High School Students
University of Southwestern Louisiana Athletic Scholarship
Past President of LES Lake Charles Chapter
LA DOTD Engineering Automation Committee
AASHTO 25-Year Meritorious Service Award
University of Louisiana Civil Engineering Advisory Board
Mr. Landry married Lanell Smith Landry in 1988 and they have two children: Daniel and Ryan. Mr. Landry is a native of Jennings, LA. He and his wife are active members of Trinity Baptist Church singing in the choir. Mr. Landry is a graduate of Jennings High School, University of Southwestern Louisiana, and McNeese State University. He enjoys hunting, fishing, attending sporting events, travel, and spending quality time with family.
University of Southwestern Louisiana (USL), Bachelor of Civil Engineering, 1984
McNeese State University (MSU), Master of Engineering, 1989