• 4801 NW Loop 410, Suite 108, San Antonio, TX 78229

Did you know that Poznecki-Camarillo (PCI) was founded by an engineer and surveyor? 

That’s right! The combination of expertise from our founders, Mr. Andy Poznecki, PE and Mr. Adalberto “Beto” Camarillo, Sr., RPLS cemented the foundation of our firm today. 

  • Although it was chartered in December of 1981, Poznecki-Camarillo’s first reception and official announcement of our practice was on March 5th, 1982. 

  • After many years, Mr. Andy Poznecki retired and Mr. Adalberto Camarillo, Sr., RPLS took over the firm.  He continued his legacy through his family that include his sons Mr. Fernando Camarillo, PE and Mr. Adalberto Camarillo, Jr., and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lena Camarillo. 

  • Today, PCI has expanded its consulting services from our San Antonio headquarters to our Georgetown office. PCI’s in-house services now include civil engineering, environmental, public involvement, land surveying, and GIS. 

  • PCI is now owned by Fernando Camarillo, PE, Beto Camarillo, Sr., RPLS, and Adalberto Camarillo, Jr., employing 50+ professionals. As we commemorate our 40th anniversary, we invite you to explore our origins, milestones, and celebrations!


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Our employees are the energy that drives us forward. They continue of our mission of improving communities and they deliver the PCI Diamond, which includes quality, accountability, integrity, and personal attention. For our 40th Anniversary, we sat down with a few of them to learn more about their experiences, their successes, and to further explore their most memorable moments over the past 40 years.

Thank You to Our Clients for 40 Years of Success!

What better way to celebrate decades of success than throwing a big party for our clients at a historic San Antonio venue that was one of our projects? Our client event was held at the Red Berry Estate on May 5, 2022 that included Hors d’oeuvres, Key Project Spotlights, Live Acoustic Music, a Photobooth, Networking, and a Casino in the Red Berry’s infamous casino level basement.

The Red Berry Mansion 

Red Berry, an Arkansas native and World War I veteran who served for six years as a state representative and three as state senator, was an infamous and intriguing figure, said to have run illegal gaming operations out of his mansion’s basement, but managed to have charges against him overturned or dismissed. Under our on-call environmental contract for the City of San Antonio, PCI prepared the Environmental Assessment of the Red Berry Estate and surrounding property in 2018. As part of the studies, PCI prepared and conducted an 84-acre archaeological survey, tribal coordination with seven tribes, and recommended the Red Berry Estate as individually eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Fun Fact: The Red Berry Estate is known for its colorful past and hauntings. According to the archaeologists, while doing their field investigations, they definitely felt a “presence” watching over their shoulders.