If years of engineering experience have taught us anything it is this: Engineering alone does not always provide the most effective solutions to engineering problems.

Which is why the Bowling Mamola Group takes a more holistic approach. By incorporating both sides of the brain — analyzing the smallest details while creatively addressing the broader issues that accompany transportation and public works engineering projects — the Bowling Mamola Group can identify, design, implement and manage better solutions.

Since opening the doors in 2003 and implementing their whole-brain approach to engineering, principals Randy Bowling and Patty Mamola and the Bowling Mamola Group have consistently been awarded a diverse array of assignments. From developing project management tools for the $80-million I-580 Galena Creek Bridge construction project, to creating an entirely new platform for the Nevada Department of Transportation’s Construction Manual, the Bowling Mamola Group has been at the forefront of many of the landmark engineering assignments in the Western United States.

As a founding partner of Bowling Mamola Group, Randy sets the tone for the relaxed, comfortable relationships the company enjoys with its clients.

After 10 years of running his own successful consultancy, Randy partnered with Patty Mamola in 2003 to offer clients an additional degree of diversity and approach. While Randy’s principal area of expertise is engineering consultation and management for private and public works projects, he provides in-depth experience in development, administration, and management of multi-discipline teams.

As one of the founding principals of Bowling Mamola Group, Patty manages the firm’s direction while working to maintain its leadership position in the region.

A graduate of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, and a licensed civil engineer, Patty has focused her engineering career on transportation, construction management, and analytical problem solving. She has managed a diverse range of projects and a variety of budgets. Recent activities include a $250 million highway improvement and the development of a $100 million upscale shopping mall.

Don spent over two decades as an officer with the Army Corps of Engineers, holding a variety of leadership and command positions. He has managed more than 1,000 employees and overseen budgets as large as $500 million.

A graduate of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, with a Master of Science Degree in Engineering from Kansas State University, Don provides leadership in municipal organization and financial studies at Bowling Mamola.

In addition to his striking good looks and winning personality, Douglas brings a career of public works and land development design and construction experience to Bowling Mamola Group.

His vast experience in water resources infrastructure is complemented by the design and construction of land development projects, including roadways, grading and drainage; hydrology, hydraulics and storm water facilities; low- impact development; commercial and residential site planning and design; and project permitting.