About Us

The firm is comprised of a unique mixture of seasoned design professionals and licensed construction tradesmen. Due to the diversity of firm personnel, we are uniquely qualified to perform survey and analysis of existing conditions, and analysis of project parameters during the design phase to provide for satisfaction of project requirements in a constructible, cost effective manner. The same diversity of personnel allows the firm to follow projects through the bidding, submittal, construction, and commissioning phases with remarkable success. We are continually complimented by contractors, architects, and owners for the lowest construction change order amounts in the industry.


Scott E. Stridde, P.E. Scott E. Stridde, P.E. – President/Treasurer

Education:

Bachelor of Science 1992
Electrical Engineering
Texas A & I University – Kingsville

Registration – State of Texas:

Electrical Engineer #84831

Registration – State of Oklahoma:

Electrical Engineer #21978

Professional Organizations:

National Society of Professional Engineers
Texas Society of Professional Engineers

Professional Qualifications:

Mr. Stridde has successfully provided engineering services including technical electrical design, project management and construction administration for multi-discipline design projects for over fourteen (14) years.  Mr. Stridde was involved in electrical construction for seven years prior to employment with Callins, Haggard & Associates, Inc.

1992 – 2002

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Callins, Haggard & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2002 – 2003

  • Electrical Engineer
  • MEI Callins, Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2003 – Present

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Stridde, Callins & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


Project References
:

  • Health Education & Technology Center – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $28 Million
  • Cotton Storage Facility – Gulf Compress, Gregory, Texas – $12.5 Million
  • Health Sciences Center Additions, Allied Health Building Renovations, Various Site and Utility Work – Victoria College, Victoria, Texas – $12.4 Million
  • Dolphin Exhibit – Texas State Aquarium, Corpus Christi, Texas – $12 Million
  • Stephen F. Austin Elementary School – Gregory-Portland I.S.D, Portland, Texas – $10.1 Million
  • District Wide Electrical Infrastructure Improvements – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $10 Million
  • New Education Building, Additions and Renovations Phase 1A, 1B, and Field House – Beeville I.S.D., Beeville, Texas – $9.5 Million
  • New Education Building and Renovations to Various Existing Schools – Cuero I.S.D., Cuero, Texas – $8.3 Million
  • Lozano / Shaw Elementary – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $8.3 Million
  • New High School – Orange Grove I.S.D., Orange Grove, Texas – $8.2 Million
  • Region II Education Service Center – Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.8 Million
  • Oak Park Elementary – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.2 Million
  • Sul Ross State University and Southwest Texas Junior College – Uvalde, Texas – $7.1 Million
  • New Junior High School – Cuero I.S.D., Cuero, Texas – $7.1 Million
  • Congressman Soloman P. Ortiz International Center – Port of Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.0 Million
  • IBC Bank – Eagle Pass, Texas – $6.5 Million
  • Commerce Bank – Laredo, Texas – $6.0 Million
  • IBC Bank Shoreline – Corpus Christi, Texas – $5.1 Million
  • New High School – West Oso I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $5.1 Million
  • Historical Renovation – Brooks County Courthouse, Falfurrias, Texas – $4.1 Million
  • Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital – Corpus Christi, Texas – $4.0 Million
  • Administration Buildings – Kiewitt Offshore Services, Ingleside, Texas – $3.5 Million
  • East Campus Central Plant Expansion – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $3.2 Million
  • South Padre Island Birding and Nature Center – Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, South Padre Island, Texas – $2.5 Million
  • Ray High School New Science Building – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $1.2 Million
  • Campus-Wide Security System Upgrades – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $740,000
  • Police Department Central Plant Upgrade – City of Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas – $569,500
  • Courthouse / Jail Elevator Modernization Phase I – Nueces County, Corpus Christi, Texas – $545,000
  • Courthouse and Jail Fire Alarm System Upgrade – Nueces County, Corpus Christi, Texas – $525,500
  • Ray High School Fire Alarm System Upgrade – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $464,300



Jack G. Callins, P.E. Jack G. Callins, P.E. – Vice President

Education:

Bachelor of Science 1947
Mechanical Engineering
Texas A & M College – College Station

Registration – State of Texas:

Mechanical Engineer #8028

Professional Organizations:

National Society of Professional Engineers
Texas Society of Professional Engineers
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers

Professional Qualifications:

Mr. Callins has for over fifty (50) years successfully provided engineering services for a wide variety of facilities such as schools, office buildings, hospitals, universities, and chemical laboratories.  Services provided exemplify quality of professional service.

1947 – 1951

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • J. W. Beretta Engineer, Consulting Engineers
  • San Antonio, Texas


1951 – 1952

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Air Installations, Kelly Air Force Base
  • San Antonio, Texas


1952 – 1954

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • T. A. Vernor, Jr., Consulting Engineer
  • Taft, Texas


1954 – 1965

  • Private Practice as Consulting Engineer –
  • firm of Vernor and Callins, Consulting Engineers
  • Taft, Texas


1965 – 1967

  • Private Practice as Consulting Engineer –
  • firm of Callins & Associates, Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


1967 – 2002

  • Callins, Haggard & Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2002 – 2003

  • MEI Callins, Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2003 – Present

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Stridde, Callins & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


Project References
:

  • Health Education & Technology Center – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $28 Million
  • Cotton Storage Facility – Gulf Compress, Gregory, Texas – $12.5 Million
  • Health Sciences Center Additions, Allied Health Building Renovations, Various Site and Utility Work – Victoria College, Victoria, Texas – $12.4 Million
  • Dolphin Exhibit – Texas State Aquarium, Corpus Christi, Texas – $12 Million
  • Public Safety Complex – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $11.5 Million
  • District Wide Electrical Infrastructure Improvements – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $10 Million
  • New Education Building, Additions and Renovations Phase 1A, 1B, and Field House – Beeville I.S.D., Beeville, Texas – $9.5 Million
  • New Education Building and Renovations to Various Existing Schools – Cuero I.S.D., Cuero, Texas – $8.3 Million
  • Lozano / Shaw Elementary – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $8.3 Million
  • New High School – Orange Grove I.S.D., Orange Grove, Texas – $8.2 Million
  • Region II Education Service Center – Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.8 Million
  • Oak Park Elementary – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.2 Million
  • New Jr. High School – Cuero I.S.D., Cuero, Texas – $7.1 Million
  • Congressman Soloman P. Ortiz International Center – Port of Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.0 Million
  • IBC Bank – Eagle Pass, Texas – $6.5 Million
  • Commerce Bank – Laredo, Laredo, Texas – $6.0 Million
  • IBC Bank Shoreline – Corpus Christi, Texas – $5.1 Million
  • New High School – West Oso I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $5.1 Million
  • Historical Renovation – Brooks County Courthouse, Falfurrias, Texas – $4.1 Million
  • Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital – Corpus Christi, Texas – $4.0 Million
  • Administration Buildings – Kiewitt Offshore Services, Ingleside, Texas – $3.5 Million
  • East Campus Central Plant Expansion – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $3.2 Million
  • South Padre Island Birding and Nature Center – Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, South Padre Island, Texas – $2.5 Million



R. David Morales, P.E. R. David Morales, P.E. – HVAC Department Manager

Education:

Bachelor of Science 1999
Mechanical Engineering
University of Houston

Registration – State of Texas:

Mechanical Engineer #108769

Professional Organizations:

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers

Professional Qualifications:

Mr. Morales has successfully provided design services, including technical mechanical design and project management for over twelve (12) years.

1999 – 2000

  • Project Manager
  • Raymond Engineering, Inc.
  • Houston, Texas


2000 – 2002

  • Mechanical Designer
  • Callins, Haggard & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2002 – 2003

  • Mechanical Designer
  • MEI Callins
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2003 – 2006

  • Mechanical Designer
  • Stridde, Callins & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2006 – 2008

  • Project Manager
  • GMP Engineering
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2008 – 2011

  • Mechanical Designer / Department Supervisor
  • Stridde, Callins & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


2011 – Present

  • Chief Mechanical Engineer / Department Supervisor
  • Stridde, Callins & Associates, Inc.
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Corpus Christi, Texas


Project References
:

  • Health Education & Technology Center – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $28 Million
  • New Lotspeich and San Pedro Elementary Schools – Robstown I.S.D., Robstown, Texas – $14.7 Million
  • New Zavala Elementary School – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $12.5 Million
  • New Gloria Hicks Elementary School – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $12 Million
  • New Mary Helen Berlanga Elementary School – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $10.8 Million
  • Fine Arts Building Renovations – Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas – $10.2 Million
  • Stephen F. Austin Elementary School – Gregory-Portland I.S.D, Portland, Texas – $10.1 Million
  • New Education Building, Additions and Renovations Phase 1A, 1B, and Field House – Beeville I.S.D., Beeville, Texas – $9.5 Million
  • New Education Building and Renovations to Various Existing Schools – Cuero I.S.D., Cuero, Texas – $8.3 Million
  • Lozano / Shaw Elementary – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $8.3 Million
  • Region II Education Service Center – Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.8 Million
  • Oak Park Elementary – Corpus Christi I.S.D., Corpus Christi, Texas – $7.2 Million
  • New Jr. High School – Cuero I.S.D., Cuero, Texas – $7.1 Million
  • IBC Bank – Eagle Pass, Texas – $6.5 Million
  • Commerce Bank – Laredo, Texas – $6.0 Million
  • IBC Bank Shoreline – Corpus Christi, Texas – $5.1 Million
  • Welder Elementary School Renovations – Sinton I.S.D., Sinton, Texas – $4.6 Million
  • Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital – Corpus Christi, Texas – $4.0 Million
  • Woodsboro I.S.D. Renovations – Woodsboro I.S.D. – Woodsboro, Texas – $4.0 Million
  • Administration Buildings – Kiewitt Offshore Services, Ingleside, Texas – $3.5 Million
  • New Facility – Scheinberg Tool Company, Corpus Christi, Texas – $3 Million
  • J.C. Martin Elementary School – Laredo I.S.D. – Laredo, Texas – $2.5 Million



The excellent record of quality control by Stridde, Callins and Associates, Inc. is due in part to the direct involvement by principals and senior firm members in all aspects of the technical design effort. The management strategy of the firm is that no project leaves the office until it has been reviewed by senior firm members for constructability, satisfaction of project requirements, construction cost, and simplicity of design.