Vasco is GeoStabilization’s Chief Estimator. After earning a Civil Engineering Degree from the Technological University of Panama and a MS from The University of Arizona, Vasco began his career with nationally recognized geotechnical consulting firms where he worked on such diverse projects as the design of four earthen dams for the Panama Canal Expansion project to construction inspection of deep foundation and deep soil mixing projects. Upon joining the GeoStabilization team in July 2013, his strong work ethic and engineering expertise resulted in his promotion from project engineer, to regional engineer, and then to GeoStabilization’s Estimating Manager in rapid fashion. Vasco’s strong geotechnical engineering background and experience in geohazard mitigation allows him to concentrate on his projects’ execution and product quality to deliver value to our clients. Vasco lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife, Haley, their daughter, Rosalyn and son, Harrison. In his spare time, Vasco enjoys spending time with his family and doing all sorts of sporting activities.
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.