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Consulting Activities

Professor Little has served as a consultant for over 150 companies and agencies including Halliburton; Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR); PBS&J; Klotz Associates; Carter & Burgess; Jacobs Engineering; Exxon; Shell; Mobil Mining and Minerals; EMJ Corporation; DuPont; ALCOA; Lhoist of Brussels, Belgium; the National Lime Association; Carmuse Corporation; Felsinger Corporation of Vienna, Austria; Graymont Corporation; Ferrovial-Agroman and CINTRA of Madrid, Spain; Zachry Construction; Lambrecht Construction; the Denver International Airport (City of Denver); the U. S. Air Force; Pennsylvania Quartz Corporation; the Colorado Department of Transportation; the U.S. Department of Justice; offices of the attorney general for Missouri, Texas, Utah, Georgia, and Michigan; and Houston Airport Systems. His consulting activities have contributed to such projects as the design of chemically stabilized sublayers at the present Denver International Airport; consultation on materials usage and durability during the preliminary design of the Bahrain – Qatar Causeway across a portion of the Arabian Gulf; design of several key pavement projects for the Houston Intercontinental Airport as well as Hobby Airport and Ellington field, all in the Houston Airport System;  evaluation of the design of a number of airfield projects for the Central Command through KBR in Iraq and Afghanistan including the preliminary design of acquisition air field; and the design of several major highway projects in the U.S., including the SH 130 corridor the forms the by-pass of IH-35 between Austin and San Antonio, Texas.

Professor Little’s consulting expertise is in the following general areas:




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