Project Development & Environmental (PD&E), Transportation Planning, and Traffic Engineering

Our Goals

Our firm's primary goal is to provide our clients with quality professional engineering consulting services that center upon identifying cost-effective solutions to transportation issues affecting the safety and mobility of the traveling public. We pride ourselves in seeking both innovative and practical approaches to delivering implementable transportation projects that can proceed from planning into design and construction. We accomplish this through emphasizing in each of our projects and studies our three core principles:

Responsive, Quality, and Innovation



We pride ourselves in being accessible and attentive to our client’s needs, and completing projects on time and within budget




We possess stringent quality control and quality assurance processes to ensure our project deliverables and engineering consulting services are of the utmost quality, eliminating errors and omissions, and exceeding our client's expectations. 


We continually challenge ourselves on a daily basis to think "outside-the-box" and to discover unique ways to solve the most complex transportation engineering problems.


WEY Engineering provides the following professional engineering and transportation planning services:

Our Services

Project Development

  • Conceptual Roadway Design
  • Long Range Estimates
  • Innovative Interchanges and Intersections
  • Roundabouts
  • Interstate Access Requests (IARs)
  • Managed Lanes
  • Public Involvement
  • Plans Review
  • Study Management Plans
  • Alternatives Analysis
  • Benefit-to-Cost Analysis
  • Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Studies


Transportation Planning

  • Strategic Intermodal Systems (SIS) Support
  • Corridor Studies
  • Traffic Impact Studies
  • Complete Streets
  • Travel Demand Forecasts
  • Long Range Transportation Planning
  • Multimodal Transportation Planning
  • Freight Mobility and Logistics
  • Growth Management
  • Parking Studies
  • Congestion Management
  • Hurricane Evacuation
  • Transit Evaluations


Traffic Engineering

  • Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE)
  • Traffic Data Collection
  • Traffic Studies
  • Access Management
  • Microsimulation
  • Highway Capacity and Level of Service
  • Signal Timing
  • Safety Studies
  • Signal Warrants
  • Roadway Safety Audits (RSAs)

Transportation Environmental

  • Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Studies
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Guidelines
  • Efficient Transportation Decision Making (ETDM)
  • State Environmental Impact Report (SEIR)
  • Class of Action Determination
  • Local Agency Program (LAP)
  • Environmental Documentation Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC)
  • Archaeological/Historical/Cultural Resources
  • Biological and Natural Resources
  • Special Designations/Scenic Highways
  • Contamination/Hazardous Materials
  • Air and Noise
  • State and Federal Funding Opportunities
  • Public Involvement and Stakeholder Outreach
  • Section 4f / Section 106
  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) / State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) / Environmental Technical Advisory Team (ETAT) Coordination
  • Statewide Acceleration Transformation (SWAT)
  • Work Program Development
  • Environmental Screening Tool (EST)
  • Alternatives Corridor Evaluation (ACE)
  • Statewide Environmental Project Tracker (SWEPT) 

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238 East Davis Boulevard, Suite 212, Tampa, Florida 33606

Our Office

Wey Engineering, PLLC’s office is located minutes away from Downtown Tampa at 238 East Davis Boulevard in the historic Bay Isle Commercial Building. This building designed by the noted Tampa architect M. Leo Elliot and listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) has been the anchor of the Davis Island business community since 1925.

We are Local

WEY Engineering, PLLC is a certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) / Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) / Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and a family owned and operated engineering firm specializing in providing project development, transportation planning, and traffic engineering services to public and private clients throughout the State of Florida. Located in Tampa, our professionals have been successfully serving clients in the Tampa Bay Region for over a decade.


We partner
with key transportation stakeholders within the region, thereby facilitating the approval process of transportation project delivery


WEY Engineering is continually seeking to add new members to our rapidly growing Team. Please email us your resume and tell us about your interests in transportation:

Featured Project: I-75 at Big Bend Road Interchange, Hillsborough County, Florida

Wey Engineering prepared an Interchange Modification Report (IMR) on behalf of Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Seven, and in coordination with Hillsborough County, to document the safety, operational and engineering acceptability of improving the I-75 (SR 93A) and CR 672 (Big Bend Road) interchange in Hillsborough County, Florida. The proposed improvements are needed to alleviate existing traffic congestion, improve highway safety, and provide for additional roadway capacity to support growth and economic development in the southern Hillsborough County area. An innovative displaced left turn interchange design was developed and subsequently approved by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for this high-priority design build project.

Featured Project: 62nd Avenue North Corridor Multimodal Enhancements Feasibility Study, Pinellas County, Florida

Wey Engineering prepared a Corridor Multimodal Enhancement Feasibility Study for Pinellas County Public Works, Transportation Engineering Section to document the engineering and environmental impacts associated with implementing multimodal transportation improvements proposed for 62nd Avenue North from 66th Street North to 49th Street North in Pinellas County, Florida. The proposed improvements are needed to enhance pedestrian and bicyclist safety and better connect community services for non-motorized traffic along the 62nd Avenue North Corridor. As part of this feasibility study, the operational and safety benefits of the proposed multimodal transportation enhancements are quantified alongside the monetary costs of constructing the improvements to assess the financial viability/cost effectiveness of providing the proposed transportation improvements.


Unlimited and Technical Prequalified Consultant

Group 2 – Project Development and Environmental (PD&E) Studies

Group 6 – Traffic Engineering and Operations Studies

6.1 -Traffic Engineering Studies

6.2 -Traffic Signal Timing

Group 13 – Planning

13.4-Systems Planning

13.5-Subarea/Corridor Planning

13.6-Land Planning/Engineering


Matthew Wey

Our President, Matthew G. Wey, PE, is a third generation Civil Engineer who has been successfully delivering project development, transportation planning, and traffic engineering services to his clients for the past 23 years. He possesses both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Transportation Engineering from the University of South Florida (USF). Mr. Wey has for over a decade and a half served as an “in-house” consultant to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Seven, acting as an extension of their staff and serving as a trusted advisor to Florida’s premier transportation agency. In his role, he supports the development of transportation projects for funding in the FDOT’s Work Program and has managed several continuing engineering services contract for the FDOT. Mr. Wey possesses the depth of knowledge and experience to assist clients in meeting their transportation needs. For a sample list of projects, please click on the following button:


Mr. Wey serves as an advocate of the transportation industry through his active participation in the foremost transportation professional organization, International Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) International. As a Fellow in ITE International, Mr. Wey has served in a leadership role in the Institute for over a decade, at the local, state, and district levels. Mr. Wey served as president and co-founder of the Tampa Bay Chapter of ITE (TBITE) and the president of Florida Section of ITE (FSITE) / ITE International District 10 during its 50th Anniversary celebration in 2010. Over the years, Mr. has been recognized for his contributions to the transportation engineering profession:

  • Edward A. Mueller District 10 Transportation Engineer of the Year, 2011
  • ITE International Consultants Council Young Professionals,
  • TBITE Young Transportation Professional 2008
  • TBITE Special Recognition, 2006
  • Robert L. “Bob” Hill, Jr. FSITE Young Transportation Engineer of the Year, 2005

Rick Adair

Rick Adair has more than 41 years of transportation and environmental documentation development and processing experience. He has had a 30-year career at the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) serving as an Environmental Specialist and then as an Environmental Administrator. He also has another 11 years in transportation engineering consulting. Mr. Adair has been involved in the completion of more than one thousand transportation projects that required environmental and engineering documentation needed to advance them to implementation. He has extensive experience in all phases of the State of Florida’s transportation project delivery process with an emphasis on the preparation and processing of project related environmental and engineering documents that are typically prepared during PD&E Studies.


Don Skelton, Jr., EI

Don Skelton, Jr., EI  has 4 years of experience providing traffic engineering and Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) services to federal, state, and municipal clients throughout Florida. Prior to joining Wey Engineering, Don worked as a Traffic Engineering/ITS Analyst and Student Research Assistant for the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida. Don currently supports Wey Engineering’s Multimodal Transportation Planning and Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Group, assisting with the preparation of multimodal transportation planning and NEPA studies, Project Traffic Analysis Reports (PTARs) and Interchange Access Requests (IARs), and preliminary engineering design of transportation improvements for PD&E studies. Don also possesses a broad knowledge in ITS, as he has developed ITS plans for projects; researched, analyzed, and compiled data for complex reports, plans, and presentations; and provided support for technical studies related to traffic engineering and ITS.

Elizabeth M. Fernandez, MS, PE

Elizabeth M. Fernandez, MS, PE serves as Wey Engineering’s Lead Traffic Engineer. She has 8 years of experience providing professional engineering services in the areas of Transportation Planning, Traffic Engineering, and Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Studies. Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University and a Master of Science degree in Transportation Engineering from Northwestern University. She has excellent writing, oral, and technical communication skills, as well as proficiency in data analysis, task management, and problem solving. Elizabeth takes great pride in delivering technical excellence to her clients; especially, when using microsimulation models such as Vissim to solve the most complex transportation problems.

Kimberly Gmuer, El

Kimberly Gmuer will graduate in May 2021 with her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Florida’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. Kimberly currently supports Wey Engineering’s traffic engineering, multimodal transportation planning, and PD&E services. Apart from her excellence in academics and professionalism, she exhibits strong leadership skills through her active involvement in Florida Engineering Society (FES) and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). She joined FES in her freshman year (2017) at UF and has held executive positions during this time. She most recently served as the Vice President of Internal Affairs and enjoys her responsibilities, including planning every FES event. In addition to her attentiveness to technical excellence at Wey Engineering, Kimberly is passionate about volunteering; including her involvement in activities such as Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day and volunteering at the local Humane Society.

Sagar Patni

Sagar Patni holds a master’s degree in transportation engineering and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Florida Transportation Institute (UFTI). His areas of expertise include travel demand modeling, transit systems, transit-oriented developments, multi-modal systems, transportation planning, data analytics, and highway safety analysis. As an accomplished graduate researcher, Sagar has been involved in developing and testing a “Community Based Participatory Research Framework” used to formulate transportation mobility plans for neighborhoods in Gainesville with consideration of emerging modes of travel and advanced technologies. Also, he has evaluated Gainesville’s micro-transit program and developed guidance for other Florida transit agencies to use when deciding where micro-transit could be deployed in their communities. Moreover, Sagar assessed the effectiveness of the Mobileye Shield+ collision avoidance system to reduce conflicts between Gainesville transit buses and pedestrians / bicycles. Lasty, Sagar serves as Vice President of Gator ITE.

Matthew Montes

Matthew Montes is a recent graduate of Calvary Christian High School (CCHS) and will go on to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering at the University of South Florida (USF) through the Judy Genshaft Honors College. Matthew will be assisting Wey Engineering’s traffic engineering and multimodal transportation planning group by learning the skills necessary for his future career as a professional engineer. Aside from his academic excellence, Matthew has shown leadership skills through his involvement in CCHS’s Engineering Club, Admissions Student Leadership, and the CCHS Warrior Marching/Concert Band. As well as leadership skills, Matthew has a passion for music, which is exhibited by his participation in CCHS’s marching, concert, and jazz bands, as well as their pit orchestra for their spring musicals. Matthew will continue his musicianship as a member of the USF Herd of Thunder Marching Band. 


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    (813) 924-6910

    Mailing Address:
    301 W. Platt St.

    — Suite 437 —
    Tampa, FL 33606


    Office Address:
    238 E. Davis Blvd
       — Suite 212 —
    Tampa, FL 33606