Ray Wrobley, CF, RPF -President and Environmental Specialist brings 42 years of environmental and land planning experience with the U.S. Forest Service and SEC. He prepared the Land Adjustment Plan for 250,000 acres of the Coconino National Forest surrounding Sedona, Arizona; served as a team member in the development of recreation management and integrated land use management plans for the U.S. Forest Service and military reservations; and represented the local County Board of Supervisors on an interagency working team to present prioritized recommendations to respond to air quality, scenic resources, transportation, small town atmosphere, solid waste disposal, and water quality and quantity for the Sedona area. Specifically related to New Mexico, he has been directly involved in all of SEC’s natural resource planning projects including Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPPS for Rio Arriba, Taos, Colfax, San Miguel and Cibola Counties).
Luke A. Sefton, P.E., CFM – Vice President and Principal Engineer bridges client needs and real world demands in order to turn concepts into reality by utilizing over 20 years of civil engineering, surveying, project and fiscal management experience coupled with military leadership and management skills. He specializes in hydrology, hydraulic system engineering, and infrastructure design including utility plans, sewer/water, and grading plans, flood studies, drainage studies, storm sewer design, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, residential and commercial subdivision development, infrastructure design including street and utility plans, and project management. Mr. Sefton is responsible for the leadership of engineers, urban planners, designers, and surveyors in the feasibility, research, planning, and design of a variety of projects. Luke is a committed member of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) and volunteers his time. He is also highly active in the Verde Valley Leadership Program (VVL).