Our Team

At R.G. Miller | DCCM, our team of engineers and support staff benefit from a dynamic corporate culture with high standards and strong values.  We hire professionals with experience and a proven track record of success, then provide the support and resources to ensure that they can not only meet – but exceed – your expectations.


Jack P. Miller, P.E.

Jack Miller, managing principal of R.G. Miller | DCCM Engineers, specializes in the design and completion of master planned communities, as well as the complete development of unimproved land into residential and commercial property. He has more than 35 years of professional civil engineering experience in planning and design, construction management, project management, coordination of master-planned land development projects, utility district projects, roadway facilities, public utilities and major capital improvement projects.

Mr. Miller is a member of the Board of Directors and Past President of the American Council of Engineering Companies-Houston and a member of the American Council of Engineering Companies-Texas, the American Society of Civil Engineering, and the Houston Engineering and Scientific Society, where he serves on the Board of Directors. He is also an Ex-Officio board member of the West Houston Association, where he chairs the Water Resources Committee. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.


Mark A. Gehringer, P.E.

Mark Gehringer, president of R.G. Miller | DCCM, is a registered professional engineer with more than 25 years of experience managing projects and leading teams in residential land development, municipal engineering, and drainage/water resources. He specializes in managing all aspects of master planned community land development, including planning, design, and construction activities; establishing and tracking project schedules; overseeing bid selections; and producing annual development budgets. In addition, he has coordinated national land development operations across the United States, creating and implementing uniform land development processes and procedures to streamline reporting nationwide.

Mr. Gehringer is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Fort Bend Subsidence District, where he serves as chairman of the Science and Technology Committee. He has served as president of a municipal utility district and multiple HOAs. As a member of the Board of Directors for the West Houston Association he served as chair of the Sustainable Infrastructure Committee. He also served as vice-chair on the Executive Committee of the Katy Area Economic Development Council’s Board of Governors and on the Advisory Council of the Texas Association of Water Board Directors. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University.

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