Gary Lee Moore is the City Engineer for the City of Los Angeles, leading a world-class organization of 955 engineers, architects, surveyors and support staff.
Since being named City Engineer in 2003, Moore has overseen the completion of 1,697 projects totaling more than $5.8 billion. As the general manager of the Bureau of Engineering, Moore oversees the City's planning, design, and construction of public facilities, the City’s GIS mapping and programs that regulate private construction and development affecting the public right-of-way. Moore oversees a current annual operating budget of $196 million.
With more than 33 years of public service, Moore is an accomplished executive and professional engineer, and a recognized leader in bringing sustainability practices into the design and construction of City projects.
Moore graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and completed the UCLA Anderson School of Management's Executive Organizational Leadership Program. He also completed the Senior Executives in State and Local Government course at Harvard Kennedy School. Moore is a registered Professional Civil and Mechanical Engineer in California, serves on a number of civic and professional boards.