The Team at L.A. Fuess Partners

Mark Peterman, P.E. | Principal, Vice President

Joined L.A. Fuess Partners in 1984

Mark Peterman joined L.A. Fuess Partners in 1984 and is currently a Principal, Director, and Vice President of the firm. While he now serves in various management roles with L.A. Fuess Partners, the primary focus of his career continues to be the structural design of buildings.

Variety and complexity are consistent themes across Mark’s many projects.  Highlights include Museum Tower in Dallas, Southern Methodist University’s Robson and Lindley Aquatics Center, The Greer Garson Theater, South Dallas Police Substation, CityPlace West Village, The Joule Hotel Expansion, The Woodlands Mall, major additions to Plano Medical Center, and extensive work with historic buildings, including reconstruction of the heavily fire-damaged Hill County Courthouse.

Corporate Responsibilities
  • Principal, Vice President
  • Board of Directors
Project Responsibilities
  • Principal-in-Charge of Projects
  • Project Management
  • Consultation
Special Expertise
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Higher Education Facilities
  • Modifications and Repairs of Historic Structures
  • Municipal Facilities
  • Residential Mid-Rise/High-Rise
  • Rice University / B.S. Civil Engineering 1981
  • University of Texas at Austin / M.S. Civil Engineering 1983
Professional Affiliations
  • Structural Engineers Association of Texas
    • State President 1994
    • State Director 1992
  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Institute of Steel Construction
  • Construction Specifications Institute
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties
  • Society for Marketing Professional Services
Civic Activities
  • The Real Estate Council (TREC)
  • TREC Foundation Board of Directors 2005-2008
  • TREC Foundation Executive Committee 2006-2007
  • Technical Assistance Liaison to Community Development Grant Recipients 2003-2007
  • Texas Military Forces Adjutant General’s Department / Real Property Advisory Committee 2008-2015
  • Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce / Local Business Development Committee 1990-1992
  • Dallas Area Rapid Transit / Professional Society Liaison Committee 1991-1992