Principal, MPTX Associates


Owner and principal of MPTX Associates, Inc. Since 2005 Greg has worked in eastern and southeastern Texas

and Louisiana providing professional services to cities, counties, and regional agencies. Professional

specializations include:

 Federal grant application development and administration.

 Project management/implementation for federally funded projects.

 Hazard mitigation planning.

 Emergency management and operations planning.

 Floodplain administration.

 Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA) for federally funded projects.

 Geographic Information Systems (GIS), database, and mapping technology.


Greg has developed grant applications and managed more than $16 million in FEMA and HUD-CDBG-DR

funded projects.  Project types include:

 Local and Regional Hazard Mitigation Action Plans (FEMA HMGP and PDM funded. 18 in Texas, 7 in

Louisiana, 25 total projects).

 Acquisition of Floodprone Properties (FEMA HMGP, FMA, SRL funded, 7 projects).

 Stormwater Drainage System Improvements (FEMA HMGP funded).

 Wildfire Defensible Space and Fuels Reduction (FEMA HMGP funded).

 Fire Response Equipment (HUD-CDBG funded).

 Development of Community Wildfire Protection Plans (FEMA HMGP and USDA Secure Rural Schools

Title III funded).

 Other projects current or planned include Emergency Operations Center-911, Community Safe-Room,

Historic Courthouse Preservation, and Seismic Rehabilitation projects.


 Certification – Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM)

 Board Member – South East Texas Groundwater Conservation District (SET-GCD)

 Floodplain Administrator – Newton County Texas

 Acting Emergency Management Coordinator – San Augustine County Texas

 Member – Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA)

 Member – Louisiana Floodplain Management Association (LFMA)


 Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP, 2008). Department of Planning, Public Policy and

Management; University of Oregon. Focus areas: project management, strategic planning, advanced

GIS, economic development.

 Bachelor of Science (BS, 1994). Department of Political Science; University of Oregon. Focus areas:

strategic policy, geo-politics, international relations.