Mike Elmore

Infrastructure Logistics Professional

Mike Elmore leads as president, CEO, and principal of Sun Mountain LLC. The company provides services to utility providers and builders of underground infrastructure across the state of California, including project management and planning as well as field engineering management, pipeline inspection, and civil planning. Sun Mountain currently oversees a project portfolio that includes gas transmission strength testing, gas pipeline replacement and project analytics.

Mike Elmore founded Sun Mountain in late 2014 while serving as project manager, lead, and advisor with CH2M Hill's team during which time he led 45 strength tests over the course of 27 months. In recognition of this accomplishment, he received a hero's cape award at the program’s 2011 all-staff meeting.

Possessing military as well as private sector experience, Mike Elmore served as planning and engineering supervisor for Honeywell, Inc., at the Victory Base Complex and Joint Base Balad, Iraq, where he oversaw the building of logistics infrastructure for the 402nd Army Field Support Brigade in support of the 1st Cavalry Division.

WWP Recommends Veterans Visit Military Landmarks

Based in Walnut Creek, California, Mike Elmore serves as owner and CEO of Sun Mountain, LLC, a firm that works in the civil and energy infrastructure sectors. The firm provides services to clients such as the California utility companies, including project management and relocation research. A United States Air Force veteran, Mike Elmore is also a longtime supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project.

As veterans look to begin taking their summer vacations with family, the Wounded Warrior Project suggests military landmarks as potential landing spots for those traveling, such as the USS Arizona Memorial, Castillo de San Marcos, or Gettysburg. These experiences provide one-of-a-kind opportunities to pay homage to their military roots while sharing the moment with their families.

All told, there are approximately 270 parks in the United States that have some connection to the country’s military heritage. Through the Blue Star Parks program, veterans and their loved ones can visit these parks at no cost. Wounded Warrior Project data indicates that nearly 30 percent of veterans say that physical activity helps them deal with anxiety and stress; visiting these parks is a good activity to undertake for just that purpose.