Vice President Geographic Information Systems
Ryan Boudreaux joined MPH in 2003 as a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Analyst. He now leads the GIS department in his current role of Vice President of GIS.
Mr. Boudreaux began his GIS career as an intern at the NASA/UL Regional Application Center while attending the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) and went on to earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Geology from ULL.
Since joining MPH, Mr. Boudreaux has worked on and managed GIS projects for major pipeline operators such as Chevron Pipeline, LOOP, LLC., and Enterprise Pipeline. These projects mostly consisted of creating and maintaining enterprise GIS solutions within Microsoft SQL using client specific PODS, APDM, and UPDM data models.
He has experience with GIS development for government agencies and has worked with Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, the City of Mont Belvieu, Texas, and the City of Dripping Springs, Texas. He has assisted these agencies to consolidate data in numerous formats into an enterprise GIS, and developed online presences with simple and robust GIS websites.
He was responsible for the development of GIS systems for the Houma-Terrebonne Airport and Greater Lafourche’s Port Fourchon.