The Mixon Hill Way,

One Vision, Singular Focus...Improved Agency Performance

Founded in 2003, Mixon Hill's vision is to provide optimized management and operations solutions that yield maximum agency wide asset value.

Mixon Hill leverages its extensive knowledgebase developed over many years supporting asset intensive industries: transportation, information technologies and utilities. Applying this knowledgebase through a disciplined systems engineering process, allows Mixon Hill to support any transportation agencies' organization to address functional needs using innovative approaches. Driving sustainable solutions that management and staff of transportation agencies can own is our singular focused objective.

Mixon Hill has built a talented and collaborative team of associates with the proper mix of transportation based solutions and new innovation from other industries. We bring a broad range of capabilities, knowledge, command of best practice and passion for providing cutting edge solutions. Creating strategic solutions is the goal, yielding benefits for multiple stakeholders across an organization, as opposed to a single benefit solution which addresses only a narrow need.

Lee T. Mixon, P.E.

Mr. Mixon, our founder, has over 25 years of experience in the managerial and technical direction of projects. His focus has been in the areas of transportation system management and operation, intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and connected vehicle systems. This has resulted in a broad range of clients, including private corporations, foreign, federal, state and local governments.

Mr. Mixon has instilled in the firm his comprehensive knowledge of project lifecycle methodologies including research, planning, design, construction, deployment, integration and operations. His technical expertise has been honed through experience and involvement in projects covering a wide range of functional areas and modes including connected vehicles, weather systems, traffic management systems, traveler information systems, rural transportation systems, public transportation systems and intermodal transportation systems.