Michael Hotaling is Senior Vice President of C&S Engineers, Inc. and is responsible for leading the company’s aviation practice of 110+ technical and support personnel with offices in Arizona, California, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
He is passionate about aviation and has dedicated his entire 29-year professional career to providing professional consulting services to airport sponsors. His areas of technical expertise include, program management, master and environmental planning, community outreach, noise mitigation programs and stakeholder engagement. Michael’s project work experience spans a wide range of aviation facilities from large-hub to general aviation airports.
Michael has a Bachelor of Science degree in Aircraft Engineering Technology from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, and lives in San Diego, California. He and Gigi have been married for 27 years and they have two adult children.
Brian Reed is President of Landrum & Brown Inc., the global leader in aviation planning and development, with 22 offices around the wor21ld, and projects on every continent.
As a recognized aviation industry leader, he has served as Board Chair of the Airport Consultants Council, Board Member and Chair of the Corporate Committee for the American Association of Airport Executives, and has been active with the Design Professionals Coalition and the Construction Industry Round Table. He is currently active with the Airports Council International, both North America and World.
Reed has over 30 years of experience with the full spectrum of client types, including airport owners, public‐private partnerships, private businesses, developers, architecture/engineering firms, program management firms, construction contractors, local and state governments, as well as federal governments in the U.S. and other countries. His technical experience includes planning, environmental, architecture, engineering, and construction phase services.
He has worked with clients in North America, South America, Asia and the Middle East.
Always believing in community leadership, Reed has been involved in his home town with Leadership Jacksonville, Leadership Florida, Jacksonville Civic Council, Florida Chamber Board of Directors, and the Florida Council of 100. He is also engaged with the Jacksonville Sports Council, Jacksonville Chamber Board of Governors, and Jacksonville’s Downtown Rotary.
Reed holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Houston.
Monica Newhouse-Rodriguez is a Senior Aviation Executive with more than 20 years of experience in both the private and public sectors of Aviation.
Monica currently serves as the Managing Principal of Newhouse and Associates, LLC, a woman-owned DBE-certified Airport Consulting firm, which provides a wide range of expertise and experience in airport planning; environmental planning; and capital programming and management.
Monica is currently providing support to a number of clients around the country including: Miami International Airport, Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Sacramento County Airport System, Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
Monica has served as the Deputy Executive Director of the Burbank Bob Hope Airport. In that role, she was responsible for the Airport’s planning, design and construction, information and communication technology, as well as all environmental programs. She also oversaw all aspects related to planning and environmental review of a replacement terminal. Other key projects included the feasibility evaluation of an international arrivals facility and conversion of the airport terminal to common use.
Mrs. Newhouse-Rodriguez has also served as the Assistant Director of Planning and Programming for the Houston Airport System. While at the Houston, her responsibilities included airport planning, preliminary design and environmental programs for the George Bush Intercontinental, Houston Hobby and Ellington Airports. She was responsible for successfully implementing Compatible Airport Land Use Planning Controls for the areas surrounding the Houston Airport System Airports. She also oversaw key planning projects including the renovation of the International Terminal at
George Bush Intercontinental Airport, as well as preliminary planning of an international facility for Hobby Airport.
Monica began her time at the Sacramento County Airport System as the Airport Noise Program manager and later grew into a senior executive position overseeing both Airport Planning and Environmental Divisions. During this time, Monica was responsible for the preparation of the annual Capital Improvement Plan, preparation of Airport Master Plans and Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Report preparation for planned development programs at the various airports within the system.
Monica has also provided consulting services for many airports around the United States and internationally.