Construction Observer

Clyde Tice |

Clyde Tice began his career four decades ago as a Project Field Engineer and Project Superintendent with a local New Orleans general contractor.  He also served as a field representative for the Capital Facilities Construction Program at Louisiana Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.  Construction projects at the airport include runways, taxiways, road and streets, concourses, terminals, maintenance facilities, canals and drainage structures, HVAC work, parking garages, retail facilities, and most other types of airport facilities.

Mr. Tice has been with Morphy, Makofsky, Inc. since 2008.  His continuous presence over many years in the construction industry of the unique metropolitan New Orleans area has enabled Mr. Tice to become well versed in the evolution of the construction codes and practices of the region.  He has the knowledge to ensure the proper execution of the design plans and specifications and manage the submittals of shop drawings, invoices, and other materials as well as the Request for Information and change order processes.

What did you want to be when you grew up? Astronaut


Associate Degree, Civil Engineering Technology 1979