Harry is a Project Engineer at GeoStabilization. A Civil Engineering graduate of Clemson University, Harry earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in 2016. A native of Simpsonville, SC, Harry has previously interned at GeoStabilization and a specialty chemical company where he led a team to enhance the maintenance activities throughout the plant using engineering drawings and plant data. Harry participated in competitive rowing (crew) while at Clemson. Since joining GeoStabilization in 2016, Harry has designed solutions for slope stability and geotechnical foundation applications utilizing soil nails, micropiles, and GeoSynthetically Confined Soil (GCS®) walls.
GeoStabilization International® collaborated with USFS Geotechnical Engineers on a plan to stabilize an infinite slope failure that regularly deposited rockfall debris on Hyalite Canyon Road at the base of a 300-foot, 1H:1V slope.