Scott is a Project Manager in GeoStabilization’s North Central Region. After earning a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in agronomy, he spent the next fifteen years building golf courses and subdivision developments throughout the Midwest. During that time Scott worked as a Superintendent and Project Manager for a wide variety of architects and owners. In 2010 Scott returned to college and attended the University of Kentucky where he earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.
After graduating from the University of Kentucky, Scott worked as a project manager, geotechnical engineer, and branch manager for several regional engineering and contracting firms in the Lexington, Kentucky area. His principal areas of responsibility are safety, cost estimating, schedule, construction operations, quality, staffing, material control, field-based procurement, client relations, business development, and integrated project delivery.
Scott has lived in Lexington, Kentucky for the last 14 years with his wife of 20 years, Erin, and their 3 children; Ryan age 17, Kyle age 15, and Samuel age 13.
A variation of karst sinkhole grouting is the grouting of mined coal seams and workings located below existing infrastructure that exhibit the potential to propagate to the surface and cause sinkholes and/or subsidence.