Management Team

Alamo Bridge and Road has an experienced management team with over 90 years of combined construction experience. Each member provides the company with a special set of skills, that when combined, complement each other. With their extensive breadth of experience, Alamo’s management team provides active leadership for project success.

Lynette Pierce

President/Majority Owner

Lynette graduated with a Marketing degree from the University of Texas School of Business in Austin. As President of Alamo Bridge & Road, LLC., her responsibilities include overseeing the daily general operations of the business, financial decisions, insurance and bonding decisions, developing annual and long-term plans and budgets, advertising, procuring with both HUB and WBE business opportunities, and extending commercial services into new strategic markets. Her certifications include Workplace Compliance & Law Update, HUB, NWBEC, NCTRCA and TxDOT LINC Program. Prior experience includes 28 years in management and sales with a fortune 500 company as well as president of a specialty contracting company.

David Neal

Chief Operating Officer
David is a graduate of both the University of North Texas with a Masters of Business Administration and Texas A&M University with a Bachelors of Environmental Design in Architecture. He has over 27 years of experience in waterproofing, roofing and building maintenance and commercial restoration including assorted concrete and masonry restoration both aesthetic and structural repair. David is responsible for executive oversight of all aspects of the operation including business development, project sales and estimating, contract negotiation, and project management. Major projects have included structural repair, structural concrete patching, extensive waterproofing installations and repairs as well as assorted concrete and masonry work including both vertical and horizontal application. Past clients include DFW Airport, City of Dallas, City of Ft. Worth and many other private and governmental groups.