Corey Wallace
A fire suppression specialist with multi-jurisdictional experience
35, Associate Principal Engineer, Fire Protection
Southland Industries
Las Vegas

Beginning his career as a fire suppression designer in Tennessee in 2002, Corey Wallace cut his teeth at an installation firm before moving on to a multidiscipline consulting firm. He now oversees the design of all fire protection systems in Southland Industries' Southwest division. Project sizes vary from small tenant improvements to large complex government facilities, hospitals, data centers, aircraft hangers, high-rises and office buildings. Wallace possesses a National Institute for Certification of Engineering Technologies Level 4 in water-based fire protection systems layout and is a licensed fire protection engineer in three states, including Nevada. He has an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in engineering management. Currently participating in the Southland Industries' Built to Lead Program for "high potential" employees, Wallace presented at the NFPA 2010 Conference and Expo.



Sean M. Wolfe
Licensed geologist and engineer is a subsurface utility specialist
39, Principal and Regional Manager Architect
Cobb, Fendley & Associates Inc.

As a licensed geologist, Sean Wolfe is knowledgeable and engaged in the emerging field of subsurface utility engineering, using this knowledge to position his firm as a premier provider of SUE services. After joining CobbFendley in 2007, the 1999 graduate of Adams State College in Alamosa, Colo., helped build the San Antonio office, and then assisted in opening the firm's New Mexico office in 2008. He is now the regional manager and principal for CobbFendley in Albuquerque. Wolfe involves himself in community service in Albuquerque, including the New Mexico chapter of the American Council of Engineering Cos. His efforts include sponsoring and participating in various local events including Canstruction 2012.