Ajay is GeoStabilization’s Project Development Engineer for Western Canada. Ajay comes to us from a well-respected energy services company where, for the last three years, he led and completed projects in the heavy civil, oil and gas, environmental, and reclamation & remediation sectors.
After high school, Ajay moved to Calgary, Alberta to start his post-secondary education at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Upon completion, Ajay worked in the construction sector as a draftsman and construction estimator before moving to the west coast of Canada to finish his Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia. After completing his schooling, Ajay worked in Vancouver’s construction industry and was lucky enough to be involved in the construction of venues for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Ajay then traveled overseas to Australia and the United Kingdom to gain international work and life experience as a Project Engineer. Ajay lives in the rural south edge of Calgary with his wife and daughter.
A major roadway in California’s Bay Area presented a multitude of challenges to the state’s Department of Transportation where a large 140-linear foot portion of bluff supporting the roadway was simply sliding out to sea.