Gretchen Roufs, doing business as Auxiliary Marketing Services,provides
public involvement, community outreach, and technical writing services.  The
company is certified as a woman-owned small business (DBE, ESBE, HUB,
WBE, SBE, 8m).
American Red Cross, San Antonio Region
  • Public affairs spokesperson and media contact person for  national, regional, and local
    disasters (including Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Dolly, Ike, and Gustav)

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority, San Antonio
  • Bandera Road (SH 16) Study
  • Minority contractor outreach
  • US 281 projects, Bexar County and Comal County
  • Wurzbach Parkway (now a TxDOT project)

Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority (CCRMA)
  • South Padre Island 2nd Access project
  • West Loop Road project

Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority in Austin
  • 183A Toll Road
  • 290 East Roadway Improvement project (in conjunction with TxDOT)
  • Bergstrom Expressway Project

City of Austin
  • Downtown Austin development project

City of San Antonio
  • Strategic Multimodal Transportation Plan - SA Tomorrow
  • Comprehensive Plan - SA Tomorrow
  • Business Empowerment Program, Economic Development Department: Small Business
    Empowerment Plan: Mentor/Protégé program

Electric Transmission Texas (ETT)
  • Uvalde to Castroville Transmission Line Improvement project

San Antonio River Authority (SARA)  
  • Master Plan for Regional Nature-Based Park Resources.
  • Master Plan Update for Regional Nature-Based Park Resources

State of Texas Disaster Recovery Program
  • Largest public works program in the history of Texas – post Hurricanes Dolly and Ike
    infrastructure recovery program.  Covered 62 Texas counties and 300 Texas
    communities in a 63,000-square mile area.

TxDOT Austin District
  • 290 East Roadway Improvement project, in cooperation with the Central Texas Regional
    Mobility Authority (CTRMA), Austin
  • Frate Barker Road, TxDOT Austin District

TxDOT El Paso District
  • Border Highway West

TxDOT San Antonio District
  • 410 Southwest - Environmental Assessment
  • Wurzbach Parkway project (while under the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority)
  • U.S. Highway  281 between Loop 1604 to Borgfeld Road in Bexar County
  • Loop 1604 project

VIA Metropolitan Transit
  • High Capacity Transit program for San Antonio
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