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Leadership Team

Camille color3Camille Barton, P.E., LEED AP, CEO
Camille became CEO in 2016 when our CEO of 55 years retired. She joined the Purdy McGuire team in 2007 and brought with her a fresh vision and leadership perspective. Throughout her tenure at PMI, she has managed multi-million dollar projects in multiple market segments. She enjoys getting to know the project teams and interacting with clients. She - and all of our leaders - are very hands on. While Camille loves her day job, she gets plenty of joy spending time with family - including three growing children!

Camille has a B.S. in Engineering (Texas Christian University) and an M.S. in Math (Texas A&M University)

Kip color2Kip Hanzlicek, P.E., Principal
Kip brings 30+ years of strategic vision and leadership to Purdy-McGuire. He migrated south from Kansas in 1984 to escape winter. Kip says he selected Dallas because “they need air conditioning.” During the day he enjoys developing and nurturing client relationships, mentoring our design teams and solving problems. His off-time enjoyment is seeking new travel experiences with his family.

Kip has a B.S. in Architectural Engineering (Kansas State University)



Dan color2Dan Thien, P.E., LEED AP, Principal
Dan brings more than 20 years of experience to our company with great leadership and project management skills. As a Vice President, his unique understanding of design, construction, and sustainability is instrumental in the company’s success as a whole. Dan is a graduate of Kansas State University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering, and an active member in the Kansas State Engineering School Alumni Board. When Dan isn’t in the office, you can typically find him on the golf course!

Dan has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Kansas State University)

Scott colorD. Scott Brown, P.E., Principal
Scott knew he was going to be in the electrical field when, as a teenager, he started working as an electrician’s apprentice in his father’s contracting company in Alaska. Scott has worked in the engineering consulting industry designing a variety of projects since graduating college. When he joined Purdy-McGuire in 2006, Scott brought perspective and a unique design experience with him. When he's not in the office, you may find him working with his local Boy Scout Troop as a Scoutmaster. Scott also recently retired from the Army National Guard/Reserve after 21 years of service, including deployments to Afghanistan and Germany.

Scott has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering (Brigham Young University)


Todd colorTodd Johnson, P.E., Associate Principal
Todd joined Purdy-McGuire in 1994, straight out of Kansas State University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering. Todd has extensive experience as both a project manager and a designer. Todd has participated in all aspects of the design process, which makes him a valued asset to the owner and developer. Todd is a die-hard K-State Fan, so you’ll often see him sporting purple gear and cheering on the Wildcats at any and all of their sporting events.

Todd has a B.S. in Architectural Engineering (Kansas State University)

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Greg colorGreg Wiles, P.E., Project Manager
Greg is a 2014 addition to the Purdy-McGuire family. He began his career as MEP designer in 2010 with PMI’s architectural engineering internship program at K-State University in Manhattan, Kansas. After graduation, he gained invaluable experience at another DFW MEP firm, then returned to Purdy-McGuire with an enhanced and honed skill set that includes design in higher education, tenant finishouts, worship facilities, medical office buildings, municipal buildings, and more. He and his wife have a new son who they are enjoying immensely.

Greg has a B.S. in Architectural Engineering (Kansas State University)




Brandon Jarrett, P.E., LEED AP Project Manager
Brandon joined Purdy-McGuire in 2011. He is a highly motivated mechanical engineer with several years’ experience using 3D modeling and condition assessments. He is adept at designing mechanical and plumbing systems for office buildings, education, laboratories, healthcare facilities, hangars, airports, and other mixed use facilities. He designs HVAC systems involving heat load calculations, selection of equipment, duct and pipe routing, and preparation of drawings and specifications; and he has developed mechanical and plumbing models for numerous projects. Brandon resides in Dallas, Texas.

Brandon has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Texas Christian University)