Clem is GeoStabilization’s Senior Project Development for Oklahoma and Texas. Born and raised in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, Clem attended Michigan State University where he earned a BS in civil engineer and a MS in geotechnical engineering. Upon graduation he moved to Houston, Texas for 1.5 years before finally settling in Dallas where he has resided ever since. While working as a consulting engineer, Clem opened two branch offices for large national consulting firms and was responsible for diverse projects including: site characterization for improvements to Central Expressway and underground Cole Park Storm water Detention Basin in Dallas; geotechnical investigations for Dallas Area Rapid Transit subway tunnel, stations, track alignments, and transit mall; geotechnical investigations and design of Central City Bypass Channel north of downtown Fort Worth; Superconducting Supercollider site characterization; and geotechnical Investigation for Headquarters of American Airlines. Married to his wife, Christy, and father to his daughter Megan, Clem enjoys the outdoors, hiking, global travel, and making & teaching classes for Dalle de Verre stained glass.
A Mid-Atlantic state’s Department of Transportation (DOT) and its historical preservation group wanted to repair and rehabilitate a failing rock wall within a town in Appalachia.