Clark graduated from Western Kentucky University, where he received his B.S. in Civil Engineering. During his time at Western Kentucky University, he worked as a lab technician performing concrete compression test, proctors, and other geotechnical testing. As a student, he also worked for Arnold Consulting Engineering Services as an Engineering Technician, performing field testing, inspections, and managing testing reports across a variety of applications.
In his work at GeoStabilization, Clark is focused largely on soils and ground improvement.
Clark grew up in Dallas, GA and Morgantown, KY, and currently lives in Alvaton, KY. His personal interests include hunting, fishing, hiking, writing, and playing music, as well as spending time with wife, family and friends. He also takes part in active training with his black lab and golden retriever.
GeoStabilization implemented compaction grouting to save a historic structure on the Bucksbaum Campus of the Aspen Music School in Aspen, CO.