Master of Science, Ocean Engineering, Texas A&M University
Bachelor of Science, Maritime Systems Engineering, Texas A&M University at Galveston
Mr. Gilbreath has more than 25 years of diverse infrastructure engineering experience and currently serves as Vice President of LAN’s Infrastructure Business Group. The Infrastructure Business Group is responsible for program management, engineering planning, design and construction-related activities for water and sanitary sewer pipelines, water and wastewater facilities, drainage and stormwater management, municipal infrastructure, and port and marine projects.
The LAN Water Resources and Large-Diameter Conveyance teams specialize in pipeline and pump station design, hydraulic and transient modeling, pipeline condition assessment, rehabilitation, cathodic protection, intake structures, water/wastewater design and rehabilitation projects for treatment plants, sewers, lift stations and SSO mitigation. The LAN Flood Control team focuses on complex hydrology and hydraulic (H&H) modeling, detention and conveyance program management, design and construction management, and coastal and riverine planning and design. LAN’s Port and Marine team focuses on terminal design, marine structures, dredging and permitting. LAN also serves municipalities and water authorities with capital planning, condition assessment, street and utility reconstruction, asset management and program management. In addition, LAN supports Special Management Districts in all areas of project delivery.
Certifications / Licenses
Professional Engineer – Civil, Florida
Professional Engineer – Civil, Hawaii
Professional Engineer – Civil, Louisiana
Professional Engineer, Texas
American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA)
American Shore and Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA)
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Gulf Intercoastal Canal Association (GICA)