Nathan is responsible for all facets of project creation and completion for projects within the 34 eastern states, many of which are in some of our nation’s most difficult terrain. Nathan is a registered professional engineer in multiple states including California and has authored multiple papers on stabilization technology, regularly presenting workshops across the United States and Canada. A former Captain in the United States Air Force, Nathan held the position of Program Manager, Coach, and Instructor at the United States Air Force Academy; the Atlas II Program Manager at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida; and the Systems Engineering Chief at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. Nathan was awarded United States Air Force Academy Instructor of the Semester in 2006, the Unites States Air Force Academy Newcomer Instructor of the Semester in 2005, Company Grade Officer of the Quarter twice in 2004, and the Air Force Achievement Medal for outstanding performance. Nathan attended the United States Air Force Academy, graduating with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and served at the Co-Captain of the 2000 Air Force Academy football team that over four years won 37 games, four Commander-in-Chief’s Trophies, and had three post-season bowl appearances. Nathan lives in Destin, Florida with his wife Ashlee and children Olivia and Braxton.
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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.