Put our experience to the test when you work with the team at Texas Sterling Construction. Meet the leaders of TSC today to discuss your project needs with us. Our company has delivered proven results to heavy civil infrastructure clients throughout the state of Texas.
David Luytjes, P.E.
Vice President & Chief Estimator
David joined Texas Sterling in 2015 as our Vice President & Chief Estimator and leads TSC's three divisions in Estimating. He has worked in the highway/heavy civil construction industry for more than 40 years and brings practical experience to our group in roads, bridges, rail, water/wastewater facilities, dams, and waterwork. He has held field positions ranging from Carpenter, Instrumentman, Field Engineer, Structures Superintendent, Quality Control Manager, and Project Engineer on projects ranging from $2 million to more than $200 million. He has worked in the States of Michigan, Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Illinois, Missouri, Louisiana, and Georgia.
David has more than 20 years of experience as an estimator bidding work in multiple states as hard bid, negotiated price, best value, and design-build.
David has a BS in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University (1978) and a Master of Business Administration from Grand Valley State University (1982) and is a licensed engineer in the states of Virginia and Michigan.
Senior Vice President - Operations
Greg joined Texas Sterling in 2014 as Vice President of the South Texas Division and brings 35 years of Heavy Civil/Highway experience to the company. Greg has worked in Texas for more than 10 years and in other states such as California, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Wyoming, and Utah since 1980. He has participated in numerous highway and bridge, railroad, airport, dam, and marine projects under many delivery methods including: bid-build, CMAR, design-build, and PPP/Alternate Funding delivery methods.
Greg graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a BS degree in Civil Engineering (1980).
John Nicholson, P.E.
John joined Texas Sterling in 2016 as Area Manager of the North Texas Division and brings with him 42 years of Heavy Civil/Highway experience to the company. John has worked his entire career in Texas starting out of college as an Office Engineer. He has been involved in major highway and bridge, airport, railroad and dam projects throughout the state.
John graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a BS degree in Civil Engineering. He is also a licensed engineer in the State of Texas.
Corporate Equipment Director
Adolph has over 35 years in the field of Construction Equipment Mechanics and has been with Texas Sterling since 2003. Adolph's previous positions include Shop Mechanic and Master Technician for twelve years in the field, Shop Foremen, Equipment Superintendent, Equipment Manager, Shop Manager, and DOT Compliance.
Adolph is a graduate of TSTI in Waco Texas and completed a 2-year apprenticeship in the field. Additionally, Adolph has attended a number of manufacturer certified courses for engineers.
Aranya De Sola, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Aranya joined Texas Sterling in 2019 as Director of Human Resources. Aranya is a certified Senior HR Professional with over 20 years of experience in aligning HR strategy with business objectives and leveraging organizational talent to drive results that contributed to the bottom line. With extensive experience in managing a comprehensive array of HR functions in various industries, Aranya will serve as a key advisor to members of the management team, consulting with them to provide customized, practical, and strategic HR solutions to challenges across a range of HR services including talent acquisition, onboarding, performance management, employee relations, leadership development, succession planning, employee engagement, benefits and compensation, rewards and recognition, internal investigation, policy interpretation and compliance.
Aranya holds an MBA from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from Columbia College.