Adam earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with a concentration in geotechnical engineering from North Carolina State University. With over nine (9) years of civil engineering and drilling construction experience, Adam is a registered professional engineer in Utah.
Beginning his career as a technician for a small engineering firm in Raleigh, North Carolina, Adam moved to New Mexico and Texas where he worked for large engineering firms performing geotechnical work supporting site contractors and large land developers. He then moved to Utah to work for a drilling contractor overseeing and directing large construction projects from inception to completion. His experience spans the engineering and construction fields from materials testing and inspection, site development civil engineering and consulting, to geotechnical construction management and design including deep foundations, ground improvement, soil stabilization and retention.
He spends his free time enjoying outdoor pursuits and volunteering to build hiking trails.
A city in Washington State contracted GeoStabilization International® to stabilize a failed bluff along a roadway within the scenic waterfront area on the east bank along the bay.