Mr. Randall T. Pettigrew, PE is the Senior Vice-President and Principal Construction Services Engineer for Pettigrew & Associates with 35 years of engineering experience with the last 20 serving as a corporate executive for multi-billion dollar international firms to multi-million dollar corporations, in this role he focused on business efficiencies, development, and growth. Mr. Pettigrew is an alumnus of
New Mexico State University where he obtained a Bachelor
of Science in Civil Engineering. He is a professional engineer
licensed in Texas. Past and current professional affiliations
include National, Texas, and NewMexico Society of
Professional Engineers, American Concrete Pipe Association,
American Society of civil engineers, American Concrete
Institute and New Mexico American Concrete Institute
Chapter. Randy is a 2011 Graduate of Leadership NM Core
Class of 2011 and is a lifetime member and is a life member
of the Academy of Civil Engineers, NMSU.
Randy served as President of the Lovington Economic
Development Corporation from 2011 to 2016 and currently
serves as Vice-President. He currently serves as chairman
of the Lovington Planning and zoning Board, Chairman of
the Lea County Road Advisory Board, board member of the
Lea CountyPlanning and Zoning Board, and director for NM
American Concrete Institute Chapter. Randy past local community involvements include Lea County Fair and Rodeo Board, Kiwanis, Rotary, Lovington Extra-Territorial Zoning Board. Randy has been a member of the New Mexico Goodwill Ambassador organization, NM Amigos since 2013.
Randy is very focused on and supports the continued growth and diversification of business and industry in Lea County. Randy’s ancestors were homesteaders in Lea County arriving in 1907 in the Plainview and King areas. Randy grew up on a farm and ranch in McDonald, NM.
He has been married to Shannon Pettigrew for 29 years. Shannon is a small business owner with a focus on Life and Health Coach for Women. They have 3 children – Brittany who works for the City of Lovington as Construction Projects Inspector; Raine, currently seeking her special education teaching degree at New Mexico State University; and Alie who serves in the New Mexico Army National Guard and will continue her college degree at New Mexico Military Institute in the Fall of 2020.