LTG’s 3rd Annual Food Drive

LTG employees held their 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and collected 255 food items for Derbyshire Place in Daytona Beach. LTG’s owner, Sans Lassiter, also donated $510 ($2 per each item collected) to Derbyshire Place to help cover the cost of additional food items needed. Derbyshire Place was able provide over 200 Thanksgiving baskets and additional groceries this year to families that were in need.  This Thanksgiving outreach happens yearly. They provide a basket that comes complete with a turkey and all of the fixings to make a whole Thanksgiving dinner for a large family.

Derbyshire Place is a faith-based community center that provides a safe, caring environment where children and families can gather and foster growth in the areas of education, recreation, and spiritual development. Derbyshire Place turns faith into action, and neighbors into friends. Children express themselves through art and drama. Seniors share coffee and sweat during our exercise class, and our neighbors find great deals at our thrift shop. Together, we all share in making God’s love visible for all in the Derbyshire community.

Welcome New Employees!

Ryan L. Rincones, PE

LTG is pleased to welcome Ryan L. Rincones, PE as a Project Engineer. With over 20 years of experience, Ryan will be working as a Project Engineer in our Melbourne office.  Ryan will be assisting us with project management, engineering design (roadway, signage & pavement markings, intelligent transportation systems [ITS], lighting, signalization, drainage, etc.) and traffic impact studies.  His public-sector experience with Brevard County provides a valuable contribution to both LTG and our clients. We are looking forward to having him on the team!

Paloma A. Mendoza, EI

We are happy to announce the newest addition to the LTG team in our Melbourne office, Paloma A. Mendoza, EI.  Paloma is an alumnus of Vanderbilt University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, with a minor in Engineering Management, in 2017.  Paloma comes to us with three years of experience in Transportation Planning and Traffic Operations. We are looking forward to Paloma’s technical contributions as an Engineer Intern!

2020 FTBA ‘Best in Construction’ Award Winner!

St. John’s Heritage Parkway SE design-build project was selected as a 2020 FTBA ‘Best in Construction’ Award Winner!
LTG was part of the design team that received the Best in Construction Award in the category Design-Build for collaboration on the I-95 Diverging Diamond Interchange at St. Johns Heritage Parkway project in Brevard County, District 5.

St. John’s Heritage Parkway SE design-build project is part of an important, multi-faceted extension and expansion of this vital transportation artery in Brevard County. The joint design team produced a new interchange configuration after the county’s originally proposed partial cloverleaf was deemed unsafe for pedestrians and bicyclists. The new vision, a diverging diamond interchange (DDI), will be Brevard County’s first. LTG provided the study that converted the original Parclo concept into a DDI, we also provided the traffic signal design, lighting design, and ITS design for the project. We are proud to be part of WGI’s award winning team!

LTG Inc. Announces the Opening of a New Jacksonville Office

LTG, Inc., one of Florida’s most respected traffic engineering and transportation planning firms, announced its expansion to northern Florida with the opening of a new office in Jacksonville. Other office locations include Ormond Beach and Melbourne Florida. The new office space both increases LTG footprint in Florida and supports the firm’s growth strategy.

“The decision to expand our presence in Jacksonville was a logical step in our business growth strategy,” said Sans Lassiter, President of LTG. “We see great opportunities in the Jacksonville market. It is a dynamic region holding enormous potential with a growing population and emerging industries.”

The new Jacksonville location brings LTG closer to new and existing clients in the region and will magnify LTG’s efforts to further expand staffing and capabilities in transportation engineering, planning and design professional services, as well as increase its ability to service current and future markets.

Recent Wins

Volusia County Traffic Engineering & Transportation Planning Services

LTG was recently awarded a contract to provide Traffic Engineering & Transportation Planning Services on a continuing basis to Volusia County. This three to five-year contract will serve to provide a wide range of traffic engineering and transportation planning services to the County including technical reviews of traffic impact analyses, traffic engineering studies, modeling, traffic signal design, and system timings to name a few. We are proud have been consecutively awarded this contact and are looking forward to continuing to serve the Volusia County.

Palm Coast Traffic Engineering Continuing Services Contract

LTG was selected to provide traffic engineering services for the City of Palm Coast. This three to five-year contract will serve to provide a wide range of traffic engineering services to the City including lighting design, traffic signal warrant analyses, intersection capacity analyses, signal timing studies, review of traffic impact studies and traffic signal plans to name a few. We are looking forward to serving the City of Palm Coast on this contract.

Palm Coast City Wide Civil Engineering Continuing Services Contract

LTG was selected to provide civil engineering services for the City of Palm Coast. Services under this contract include, but are not limited to Property, Boundary, Easements, R/W, Topographic and Utility surveys, Paving and Drainage Improvements, FDOT Roadway and Enhancement Project Design, Traffic Engineering, Special Services such as Feasibility Studies and Planning, Construction Contract Administration and Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI). We are looking forward to serving the City of Palm Coast on this contract.

LTG Wins FDOT SR 400 Contract!

FDOT SR 400 from CR 4009 to East of Forest Lake Blvd.

LTG is proud to be awarded the SR 400 resurfacing contract by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 5.  The intent of this project is to prepare the design and construction plans for milling and resurfacing of SR 400 (Beville Rd) from CR 4009 (Williamson Blvd) (MP 0.25) to E of Forest Lake Blvd (MP 1.812), in Volusia County, as well as, a turn-lane extension, minor drainage modifications and pedestrian facility upgrades. Upgrades include crosswalks and pedestrian signals modifications at the existing signal locations. It also includes lighting the signalized intersections to meet pedestrian lighting requirements. The objective is to extend the service life of the roadway through milling and resurfacing the existing pavement, and to enhance the safety of the corridor.  We are looking forward to serving the FDOT on this contract.

We’ve Moved! – Melbourne Office

LTG, Inc. is proud to announce that we have relocated our West Melbourne Office to Melbourne.

Our new address is:

LTG, Inc.
1049 Eber Blvd., Suite 104
Melbourne, FL 32904
Tel: 321-499-4679 | Fax: 386-257-6996

Our new office location is a result of continued business growth and will provide better access for visitors and employees.

We look forward to welcoming you to our new office!


LTG, Inc., is pleased to announce the promotion of George Galan, PE to shareholder of the firm. Please join us in congratulating him on this achievement.

Photo of George Galan

George Galan, PE

Mr. Galan has been promoted to Shareholder while continuing his role as Senior Project Manager. He joined LTG in 2016 as a Project Manager after running his own traffic engineering and transportation firm for over 20 years. His experience, leadership and hard work have had a profound and positive effect on the company. He has been a true asset to our clients, and we could not be more proud of his successes as we continue to grow.

LTG’s 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

LTG employees held their 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and were able to donate a shopping cart of food to the St. James Episcopal Church food pantry. St. James provided 97 Thanksgiving meals this year to families that were in need.  Their food pantry is a HUM program (Halifax Urban Ministries) and St James Parish supplements what they don’t get from HUM. They try to provide Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter dinner.  Shari from St. James says, “we are here to help the working poor. The food pantry is open Friday’s from 10-2.” They are blessed to be able to provide food to about 75 families a month!

Park(ing) Day 2019

LTG and local groups hope to educate about urban revitalization through national event

Join us on September 20, 2019 for National PARK(ing) Day! The event will be in downtown New Smyrna Beach on Canal Street in a collaborative effort between the City, engineering and planning firm LTG, Inc., the Surf Coast Chapter of the Florida Planning and Zoning Association (FPZA), and the Atlantic Coast Section of American Planning Association (APA). There will be a series of Parklet installations outside your favorite Canal Street restaurants and shops with activities for all ages.

What are Parklets and what is Park(ing) Day?

PARK(ing) Day is an annual event that encourages community members, students, and designers to transform metered parking spaces into temporary parklets. The concept started in a parking space in San Francisco. A few friends staged an impromptu park installation with a lawn, tree, park bench, and fence; maintained by feeding quarters into the meter. Essentially, a Parklet is an extension of the sidewalk into on-street parking spaces to create more people-oriented places. This is often done by introducing seating, planting, bicycle parking, or other elements of play and activity. The goal is to improve public spaces by adding opportunities for people to interact more with their surrounding community, and to reinvent our often vehicle-oriented cities.

National PARK(ing) Day celebrates this through an annual event in which community members, businesses, students, and designers are encouraged to be as creative as possible in transforming on-street parking spaces into temporary parklets. Join us from 11 AM to 3 PM to learn about parklets, trending urban design techniques, community revitalization projects, and to experience New Smyrna Beach’s PARK(ing) Day!