Justin is a Project Development Engineer for the following states in the Western United States: Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming. A civil engineering graduate of the University of Wyoming, Justin has designed, and managed a full array of geotechnical solutions for soil stabilization and rockfall mitigation applications. Justin is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Wyoming and a resource in GeoStabilization’s engineering group. His expertise includes soil nail landslide stabilization, micropile shoring, tieback stabilization, rock anchors, and GeoSynthetically Confined Soil (GCS®) walls in some of our nation’s most difficult terrain. With an unwavering work ethic, Justin has proven to be a standout in the field and has quickly become the go-to engineer for many clients and field superintendents. A native of Wyoming, Justin lives in Fruita, Colorado with his wife Brooke, son Hudson, and boxer dog, Henry.
Farmington Canyon Road provides a scenic loop in the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest and also is an access road for an FAA navigation installation. Significant rainfall cause a debris slide that deposited several hundred cubic yards of boulders and gravel on the road surface and excessively surcharged several deteriorated timber crib retaining walls.