Jason is the Director for GeoStabilization’s Mountain Region. He joined the company in August 2015 as a Project Manager for the Eastern Soils Division where he participated in various earth retention and compaction grouting projects in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Jason earned a B.S. from Youngstown State University and an M.S. from Northern Arizona University. Before joining GeoStabilization, he worked for a leading nationwide geotechnical contractor and field managed large and multi-faceted grouting, shoring, and micropile projects. Jason has extensive experience in micropiles, micropile testing (including several tests over 1000 kips), ground anchors, anchored soldier pile & lagging walls (including smooth shotcrete finishes), dam grouting, compaction grouting, and polyurethane grouting.
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.