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Terry Bilderback

by Valerie Edgren

Terry Bilderback started his career at PSC in 1973. He worked on a part-time basis prior to his graduation with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering…

Bill Bissell

by Valerie Edgren

Bill’s engineering career began at 19 years old. Bill surveyed in oil fields, staking oil locations for former President George Bush Sr. He honed his engineering…

While still a student at Texas Tech University, Clarence “Tex” Kidwell began working as a surveyor for the engineering firm of Parkhill, Smith, and Cooper in…

Marlin Rocelius “Red” Smith Jr. helped found Parkhill, Smith & Cooper in 1945. He worked hard but took a strong interest in family. “He was one of…

Water covers over 70 percent of the planet, but that doesn’t mean it’s all drinkable. You would never want to take a sip from the ocean...

The following is a time lapse of the last two sections from a custom air handling unit being placed in the mechanical penthouse of UMC’s East…

On May 11, 1935, the late archbishop of San Antonio, Robert Lucey, initiated the second Catholic church in Lubbock. Lucey presided the dedication of the St….

Lubbock-Cooper High School Gymnasium Time Lapse from Parkhill, Smith & Cooper on Vimeo. Lubbock-Cooper High School’s gymnasium addition is part of the LCISD 2014 bond. This…

Have you ever wondered how thick runway pavement is? Well, the primary runway at the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport is a total of 44 inches...

PSC was represented by Christina Purcella, Shelby Williams, Kenzie Hall and Jessica Kaskie at the South Plains Career Expo on Wednesday, October 18. The career expo…

PSC was chosen by the City of Lubbock to serve as the engineer of record and oversee construction of the Northwest Lubbock Drainage Improvements project, a...