Joe is a General Superintendent for GeoStabilization. With over twenty years in the Geotechnical Construction Industry, Joe began as a heavy equipment operator and quickly worked his way up to the position of Superintendent before being promoted as a General Superintendent at GeoStabilization. His expertise in grading & excavation work, landfills, soil nail & ground anchors for slope stabilization, micropiles, and many other specialized areas of geotechnical construction make him one of our “go to” professionals. Joe has overseen construction of more than ten soil nail walls and installed over 15,000 square feet of shotcrete since joining GeoStabilization in the spring of 2014.
During the revolutionary war, General Washington burned the wooden bridge over a small brook in the Northeastern United States to delay the advance of Cornwallis’ army.