Steven D. Humphrey, PE, LEED AP

Principal | Group Manager, Planning & Program Management

Employee since 2010

Shareholder since 2018

As the head of Muller’s Program Management group, Steven applies his knowledge of the business side of engineering and project management to help navigate clients through complex project delivery challenges. He has an extensive range of program management and civil engineering design experience, providing strategic planning and project coordination with multiple federal and state agencies and local stakeholders, and is a leader in the programming, planning, and implementation of infrastructure resilience in Colorado. Steven has provided program management support for CDOT’s $750M 2013 Flood Recovery, the $282M US34 Big Thompson Canyon Project, and the $286M I-25 North Berthoud to Johnstown Reconstruction. Additionally, he played a vital role in developing a pilot study for resiliency through Federal Highways Emergency Relief Program and led the implementation of resiliency into the entire CDOT Flood Recovery Program. Steven co-chaired the Infrastructure Sector of the Governor’s Colorado Resilience Working Group, for state-wide resiliency framework (the first of its kind in the nation at that time). Steve is applying his expertise in designing resilient infrastructure to contribute to a chapter for “Current Thinking in Climate Adaptation for Design Professionals,” a book being published by American Council of Engineering Companies Steven is a professional engineer in Colorado and an LEED Accredited Professional. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Colorado Association of Stormwater and Floodplain Managers, the United States Green Building Council, and the Women’s Transportation Seminar.

Areas of Expertise

  • Program and Project Management
  • Owner’s Representation 
  • Resiliency Planning and Design 
  • Strategic Project Delivery 
  • Alternative Project Contracting
  • Civil Engineering Design
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