The Team to Build With

Here at PCD we understand that people are our greatest resource and that we are part of a larger team helping to build communities for people to live, work, and thrive within. We understand that time and cost are critical to project success and we work to leverage our technical expertise and our people skills to facilitate projects through all stages of design and review.

We will work closely with your team to help build your business one project and one community at a time. We pride ourselves on thinking outside of the box to solve challenges in new ways that enhance the project and community overall. Reach out to us and let our practical, approachable, and resourceful team help yours.

Our Story

Leading with Core Values

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Build Long-Term Relationships

  • Focus on mutual respect
  • Act with Integrity

Promote Team Collaboration

  • Emphasize effective communication
  • Foster well-being of team

Be Solution

  • Create positive impacts
  • Advocate Long-term perspectives

Core Team

Patrick Espinosa
Patrick EspinosaPresident/Principal Civil Engineer
Stacy Connery
Stacy ConneryPrincipal Planner
Michael Killion
Michael KillionProject Manager
Travis Jansen
Travis JansenPrincipal Land Surveyor
Travis “T2” Griffin
Travis “T2” GriffinSurvey Crew Manager
KC Schwartzkoph
KC SchwartzkophSenior Project Manager
Greg Gottfried
Greg GottfriedDirector of Operations

“I can’t express enough how valuable my relationship with PCD and its principals has been over the last two decades. They have been instrumental in the design, engineering and entitlements of two of America’s Best Master Planned communities, Orenco Station and Villebois. They have served not only as a consultant, but at times as a direct extension of the Costa Pacific Communities’ staff saving me countless dollars over the years. They have provided us with innovative solutions with rainwater, transportation design and community layout as well as representing us with distinction in the jurisdictions in which we develop.”

—Rudy Kadlub, CEO, Costa Pacific Communities