Russell J. “Joey” Coco, Jr., P.E., MBA

CEO President

Joey Coco is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Louisiana with a vast range of experience in civil and structural engineering, as well as private sector engineering project management.

He graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in business administration (MBA). Joey also earned a certificate in coastal engineering from Old Dominion University.

Joey has extensive experience in the structural design of bridges, building infrastructure, water resource structures, and a wide range of structural foundations. Joey has conducted numerous forensic investigations for facilities damaged from wind and flood loadings.

Joey serves on the ASCE 24 committee where he assisted in standardizing the practice of Flood Resistant Design and Construction. Joey is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and has served as the president of the Baton Rouge Branch and director-at-large of the Louisiana Section. He also served as the deputy director of the ASCE Louisiana Infrastructure Report Card effort.

He was honored in 2009 with the outstanding young civil engineer award for the Baton Rouge Branch of ASCE, the 2010 outreach award for both the Baton Rouge Branch and the Louisiana Section of ASCE, the outstanding civil engineer of the Baton Rouge Branch in 2011, the Edmund Friedman Young Engineer for the national ASCE in 2011, and the 2011 President’s Medal for the Louisiana Section of ASCE.

  • Louisiana State University
    2000, Bachelor of Science
    Civil Engineering
  • Louisiana State University
    2006, Master of Business Administration
    Business Administration
  • Civil LA License No. 31337
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