Brett Gustafson is a Project Manager for the Western Division. Brett graduated cum laude from Montana State University while competing on the college’s rodeo team. After college, Brett worked for a large contractor overseeing the construction of a multi-million dollar real estate development. After joining GeoStabilization in 2009, Brett quickly climbed the ranks from laborer to the position of Superintendent in 2010. While at GeoStabilization, Brett has gained vast knowledge and experience across the United States and Canada utilizing various geohazard mitigation techniques including launched SuperNails®, micropiles, GeoSynthetically Confined Soil (GCS®) walls, foundation repair, BIOWALLS®, bridge anchors, pipeline landslide repair, rockfall mitigation, excavation shoring, shotcrete, high tension mesh, and mine portal stabilization. In 2015, Brett was promoted to Project Manager with responsibilities for all aspects of project management within the Western United States. Brett resides in Great Falls, Montana with his wife, Lindsey, and their daughter, Elleson.
A variation of karst sinkhole grouting is the grouting of mined coal seams and workings located below existing infrastructure that exhibit the potential to propagate to the surface and cause sinkholes and/or subsidence.