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 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.