Jeffrey Puig, PE, RPLS, was recognized as a 2023 Game Changer honoree by the Laredo Chamber of Commerce with an award bestowed to individuals for their contributions to the local community in the business world.
The honor, which focuses on identifying individuals for their innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, and community involvement, was formally presented to Jeff and his family during the Game Changer event held at the Casa Blanca Golf Course earlier this fall.
Jeff joined KCI in 2004 and has since been dedicated to expanding the firm’s land development portfolio and presence in the state of Texas. Over the span of three decades in the industry, he has been actively engaged in all aspects of land surveying, civil engineering design and project management. Throughout his tenure, he has managed and been actively involved in a diverse range of projects including streets, drainage crossings and channels, storm and sanitary sewer systems, water distribution systems, master planning, subdivision design, site/civil design, and infrastructure improvements. Active in his local community, he is thoroughly familiar with the region’s growth and development and the necessity for infrastructural improvements within the surrounding counties.
With his extensive history and familiarity of Laredo, Jeff has been impacting the business scene for generations. In a collaborative effort with his family of professionals, Jeff, his father and two brothers successfully launched Laredo Sports Medicine Clinic to provide top-notch rehabilitation and recovery care with cutting-edge technologies, in addition to expanding partnerships and improving the quality of life for community members. To view the Puig family interview on enhancing Laredo, click here.
Jeff graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M University. He is a certified professional engineer and registered professional land surveyor in the state of Texas.
KCI employees featured in header image: (L to R): Juan Centeno, Elvia Garcia, Edward Ochoa, Andrea De Anda, Ivan Morales, George Peck, Maximiliano Viera, Mary Stewart, Rodolfo Hernandez, and Jorge Borrego.