GeoStabilization International (“GSI”) today announced that Pamela Hutton, P.E., has joined its Board of Directors effectively immediately.
Ms. Hutton has had an extensive career at the Colorado Department of Transportation (“CDOT”), where she most recently served as Chief Engineer, leading a staff of 3,000 employees across six transportation regions. Prior to this role, Ms. Hutton held a variety of leadership roles in engineering and project management areas within CDOT spanning over thirty years. After leaving CDOT in 2011, Ms. Hutton joined the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (“AASHTO”), a standard setting body in highway design and construction representing all 50 State DOTs as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. In her role with AASHTO, she was the Implementation Manager for the Second Strategic Highway Research Program, a partnership between the Federal Highway Administration, the Transportation Research Board, and AASHTO.
“The team at GSI and our Board of Directors look forward to working with Pam and benefiting from her unique perspective,” said Colby Barrett, CEO of GeoStabilization International. “Pam’s extensive experience in highway transportation, a core market for GSI, will provide our team with valuable insight as we continue to deploy innovative solutions to protect the traveling public from the dangers of geohazards.”
“Pam’s nearly four decades of experience in the transportation sector on both a state and federal level have equipped her with a unique understanding of the needs of GSI’s clients,” said Pete Stavros, Head of North American Industrials and Member at KKR. “Our team looks forward to working alongside Pam on the Board, and we believe her contributions will continue to cement GSI as a leader in its industry.”
Boardspan Inc. served as an advisor to GSI in this appointment.
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