Landis Evans + Partners is led by a team of hands-on experts. It’s important to understand that our company leadership are not merely figureheads. Instead, each is a skilled practitioner, directly involved in numerous projects every day. They serve as long-standing, reliable resources for clients, project managers, as well as mentors for our junior staff. Their own work varies widely because each of these individuals are uniquely qualified in multiple areas. Bruce Landis is a professional engineer and certified land use planner; Dallas Evans is not only a civil engineer but also a biologist; and Theo Petritsch serves as an Engineer of Record on transportation design projects, and leads federal multimodal transportation safety research. We call them experts because they are recognized by their professional peers, as well as public and private sector clients as top sources of insight in their fields. We encourage you to learn more about each of them and reach out if you have any questions pertaining to an ongoing or future project.
Bruce W. Landis, P.E., AICP
Bruce is a nationally recognized transportation engineer, land planner, and long-time site civil engineer. For more than 30 years, he has been leading dynamic teams in an array of statewide, regional, areawide and corridor-level multi-modal evaluations, studies, master plans, and roadway facility designs around the country. His expertise is frequently sought by cities and communities facing special challenges providing for the mobility of non-motorized users. He is also instrumental in brokering partnerships between cities and their business/property owners, enabling them to recognize the economic benefits of Complete Street transformations and encourage them to donate easements in constrained rights-of way.
Bruce serves as an expert witness in cases related to bike/ped-motor vehicle conflicts, as well as related facility design, operation, and maintenance of highways, streets, multi-use pathways, parking lots, and related environments.
On a personal note: Bruce is a tennis player, downhill skier, handy man, father of three, dedicated husband, and loves to read in his downtime. He also enjoys boating and saltwater fishing.
Dallas Evans, P.E., AICP, CFM
Executive Vice President
Dallas leads civil engineering design efforts for Landis Evans. With over a decade of experience in site development, transportation, and stormwater design in addition to a previous career as an environmental scientist, his big picture perspective helps to keep both clients and the design team focused on the project goal.
Dallas has wide-ranging experience in land development, including subdivisions ranging from several lots to hundreds of lots, and commercial projects from small outparcels to large-scale big box developments. He leads a talented design team with a focus on delivering complete designs, often in compressed schedules.
As a hydrologist, Dallas is skilled in hydrologic analyses, floodplain and wetland mitigation, evaluation and revision of regional level floodplain analyses, and modifications to large-scale hydrological models to evaluate potential project impacts and establish project outfall criteria.
Dallas is closely involved with the Tampa Bay engineering community, having served as President of the Florida West Coast Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Vu H. Vu, P.E., PMP
Vice President of Roadway Design
Instrumental in helping expand the Orlando region’s transportation network, Vu is an accomplished project manager and roadway design expert. He assists FDOT in managing their roadway design projects and is also central in the design of highways, interchanges, 3R projects, intersection capacity and safety improvements, and roadway access management and design. Vu has served as a county assistant public works director and is experienced managing LAP projects. Vu is a veteran in the complete project delivery process from concept feasibility, planning, design, construction, and maintenance – including procurement and right-of-way acquisition.
Vu married his college sweetheart and is a father of two budding gentlemen (might be wishful thinking). He has officiated high school sports (football and soccer) for the past 20 years. His current hobbies are the current hobbies of his two boys.
Victor M. Huggins, P.E.
Vice President of Land Development Production
With over 24 years of experience, Victor has extensive land development and permitting experience throughout the state of Florida. His work includes coordination of plan preparation, design of stormwater collection systems, site grading, sanitary sewer, water distribution systems, master planning and rezoning assistance. He has experience in single-family residential development, townhomes, apartment complexes and numerous commercial projects, ranging from quick service restaurants to industrial development.
Victor graduated from the University of South Florida in 1998 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. Go Bulls! And, when not at home or supporting Tampa’s local sport teams, you will find Victor playing soccer and traveling with his wife.
Theo Petritsch, P.E., PTOE
Director of Transportation Services
Theo is a registered Professional Engineer, a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer, and a nationally recognized expert in multimodal transportation planning, modeling, design, operations and safety. His experience includes interstate traffic safety studies, fatal crash analyses, roadway corridor crash reviews, signal analysis, intersection analysis, and general traffic operations studies. Theo serves on a primary standing subcommittee of the National Committee of Traffic Control Devices (NCTCD), leads a number of prominent AASHTO design guides (e.g. Pedestrian Facilities Design Guide), and NCHRP studies, and has served on Florida’s Safety Management Steering Committee, the Florida GreenBook Committee, and FDOT’s Intersection Design Guide Advisory Committee.
He also develops plans for cycle tracks, protected bikeways, intersection designs, and roundabouts. He works at every level developing guidelines for the design and operation of neighborhood streets, traffic calming features, intersection design, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities.
Theo leads groundbreaking transportation demand modeling efforts such as creating the induced recreational travel model for non-motorized transportation. In addition to research evaluating the travel demand management benefits of infrastructure improvements, he has also documented the benefits of employer incentives for non-motorized transportation, Safe Routes to School programs, land use patterns, transit linkages, and educational/promotional activities.
Bruce H. McArthur, P.E.
Director of Stormwater Management
Bruce has extensive experience in the design and permitting of comprehensive surface and groundwater management plans, hydrology and hydraulic analysis for large scale projects. He authored and directed the “Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan – Stormwater Management Element,” and was the first private consulting engineer to sit on a Florida Department of Transportation Value Engineering Team (VET.)
In his 33 years of experience, he has managed complex civil/environmental/stormwater projects from planning through design, permitting, and construction. Project sizes range from less than one acre to over 80 square miles and covers 23 states, three U.S. Territories, and four foreign countries. Bruce has always strived to use new and innovated ways to meet his client’s goals. Noted local projects include Hunters Green, Harbor Island, Citrus Park Mall, The International Mall, The Grove Mall, The Cypress Creek Town Center (Tampa Premium Outlet), The Estuary (BassPro & TopGolf), Boarshead Wetland Mitigation Bank and others.
Bruce has been hired by the Attorney General’s Office, Florida Department of Transportation, the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Pasco County, Hillsborough County, Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County, Collier County, City of Bonita Springs and numerous corporate and private individual to testify as an expert witness in Hydrology and Hydraulics matters. To date, has has been involved in over 100 cases.
In his time off, you will find Bruce hunting, fishing, shooting sporting clays and traveling with his wife.
Matthew R. Gibbs, P.E.
Vice President of Production
Matt has over 22 years of experience as a roadway design engineer and is an accomplished project manager. He has managed and designed a range of projects including capacity, 3R, intersection improvements, access management, turn lanes, sidewalks, shared use paths, LAP projects, and safety- based projects. Matt has also completed fast response projects with tight deadlines and newly developed contractual methods including Phased Design Build.
Matt graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2001 with a B.S in Civil Engineering. He enjoys biking, working out and visiting national parks with his wife and daughter. He loves soccer practice with his daughter and attending UCF football games and Orlando City Soccer Games. He also doesn’t mind a good house project or two.
Robert R. Sprinkle, P.E.
Remembering our Founder
Bob founded Sprinkle Consulting, Inc., now known as Landis Evans, and served as president for 36 years. He was a professional engineer and certified land planner. His diverse talents ranged from skillful representation of hundreds of successful comprehensive plan amendments, property rezonings and regulatory code variances, to statewide expertise in civil engineering, stormwater hydrology and design solutions.
He was a speaker at national conferences on stormwater and hydrology. His real estate development and construction background influenced our organization’s pragmatic “real world” designs. Bob’s zeal for excellence kept the organization at the forefront of innovation.
Bob’s passion and dedication for the practice of civil engineering and planning lives on through our company following his passing in the spring of 2023. Landis Evans has much gratitude for his service to our company. We will continue to honor him in all aspects of our business.