Saenz, Stranahan join Hanson

Welcome to two engineers who recently joined Hanson.

Edward Saenz, P.E., a civil engineer, works at Hanson’s Corpus Christi, Texas, office. He focuses on the civil site sector, including site development, roadway rehabilitation and drainage studies and design.

Before joining Hanson, Edward was a transportation engineer for an international, multidiscipline firm in Corpus Christi. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M University – Kingsville and is a licensed professional engineer in Texas.

“I am excited to be able to have an opportunity to grow within a different industry and to build my relationships locally. Being part of a team that is working toward the growth of Corpus Christi and the surrounding area is exciting to me, because this is the area where I grew up and plan to live,” Edward said.

Edward may be reached at

Carey Stranahan, P.E., a project manager, joined Hanson’s Indianapolis office. He manages local and state infrastructure projects in Indiana.

Prior to joining Hanson, Carey was the civil engineer for the city of Kokomo, Indiana, and performed other duties in the engineering department, for 20 years. He was a combat engineer for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve for six years; he worked on construction projects in the United States, Korea, El Salvador and Jamaica and received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University and is a licensed professional engineer in Indiana. In 2015, Carey received the Ivan H. Brinegar Municipal Management Award from the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns.

Carey may be reached at