Audrey Saldana Audrey brings nine years of structural design experience, including large and small transportation and municipal projects. Her responsibilities include the structural design of bridges, retaining walls, and drainage structures for rural and urban roadways; large and small projects for municipalities and commercial developers; highway construction, reconstruction, and expansion projects; and light rail, commuter, and heavy rail.

Audrey has performed structural modeling of complex structures and non-standard loading on bridge structures and performed structural design and detailing of bridges, including bridge geometry, superstructure, substructure, and coordinating with other disciplines. She has also been responsible for structural detailing, design and construction support of drainage structures, retaining walls, and structural landscaping elements. Some of Audrey’s structural design experience includes bridge jacking systems for bridge rehabilitation projects for TxDOT and other state transportation agencies, and analyzing and designing repairs for self-supporting steel communication towers.

Audrey’s project experience includes the DCCCD Brookhaven College Pedestrian Bridge, the Morris Street Bridge, the Gabion Tieback Wall Design at Mustang Trails Park, the Continental Bridge Improvements, and the Proposed Improvements of I-35 in Bell County, just to name a few.

Audrey is active in the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) and the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS). She has spent the last two years chairing the annual WTS golf tournament and supporting the Transportation YOU STEM outreach program.


  • Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

License / Certifications

  • Professional Engineer in Texas