Morena Arredondo is a Project Manager for RPS Infrastructure. Her project experience includes site development, transportation and public utilities which include development of plans, specifications, and estimates as well as ensuring a design that satisfies all project criteria and client needs. She has managed and designed notable projects for the City of Houston, Port of Houston and Harris County Flood Control District to name a few.
Morena is a native Houstonian. She is the first college graduate in her family. She has lead committees and participated in various volunteer events geared to educate the community about STEM related careers. Her commitment to pay it forward has allowed her to advance in her professional and personal life. Morena served on the UH Engineering Alumni Association as a Board Member as well as on the Scholarship Selection Committee and she also participates in the UH EAA EWeek Scholarship Award Reception. Morena has been honored with multiple recognitions/awards and is also an active church member.
2017 ENR Texas & Louisiana’s Top Young Professionals (previously called Top 20 Under 40)
2016 Distinguished Young Alumni Award - University of Houston Engineering Alumni Association
2015 Emerging Leaders in Energy Award - Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and LATINA Style Magazine
2014 Young Engineer of the Year Award - Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
2013 Emerging Leader - Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation