Christopher Anderson, PE, LEED AP
President and Principal-in-Charge
Chris began his career at DJ&A in the field as a survey technician, and worked his way up through various surveying and engineering positions within the company before assuming the role of President in 2013. Under Chris’ leadership, DJ&A has grown and expanded to more than 50 employees with offices in two locations. Chris actively manages DJ&A’s federal indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts and ensures client satisfaction on all levels. Chris holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Brigham Young University. In his spare time, he enjoys waterskiing and spending time with family.
Mike Jensen, PE
Vice President, Engineering
As Vice President of Engineering, Mike Jensen leads DJ&A’s team of civil and structural engineers on a wide variety of projects for federal, local, and private clients. With Mike’s 35+ years of experience in structural and civil engineering comes an excellent knowledge of how projects flow in the field and in the office. His major areas of expertise are in the design and detailing of a variety of structures, including buildings, bridges, earth retaining systems and various recreation structures. Mike is a graduate of North Dakota State University with a degree in Civil Engineering and holds Professional Engineer licensure in four states. He has also completed extensive training in bridge inspection, fluvial geomorphology, and wildland hydrology.
Kurt Luebke, PLS, CFedS
Vice President, Survey and Mapping
Kurt leads DJ&A’s survey division, providing technical guidance for DJ&A’s eight survey crews and project surveyors. He has spent 26 years in the surveying industry, where his work has brought him all across the United States, from remote fly-in villages on the Bering Sea in Alaska to the arid deserts of the southwest to the western shores of Lake Superior. For Kurt, surveying is a lifelong passion and he has personally travelled to 18 of the Public Lands Survey System Initial Points around the United States. He was a member of the first graduating class of Certified Federal Surveyors (CFedS) Program and is a Professionally Licensed Surveyor in 12 states. Kurt holds a B.S in Forest Resource Management from the University of Montana and graduated at the age of 53 with a B.A.S in Land Surveying and Geomatics from Great Basin College. In his spare time, Kurt enjoys finding survey monuments with his handheld GPS in interesting and remote locations.