Based out of the Midwest, Riley is an Assistant Project Manager for GeoStabilization International. While earning a Bachelor’s degree geological engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology, Riley was a four-year letterman on the varsity soccer team. Additionally, he participated in GeoStabilization’s Summer Intern Program the summer before his senior year. Riley also interned for Rio Tinto Borates at their Boron, California mine where he monitored benches, ran analysis on pit slopes, and helped redesign a more stable excess soil dump for the mine. Riley is an Eagle Scout and enjoys biking, snowboarding, hunting, fishing, and many other outdoor activities.
GeoStabilization’s Rockfall Remediation Technicians (RRTs) mobilized and started their remediation work a large and dangerous rockslide that closed Cove Road in Jasper, Georgia. The fallen material occurred in an area of exposed and fractured rock that had already experienced a similar slide a little over eight years ago.