Brandon is a Regional Director in GeoStabilization’s Mountain and Pacific Regions. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in December of 2012 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a focus in Geotechnical Engineering & Construction Management. Brandon began his professional career as a Civil Engineering Intern with an international mining company in 2010, moving into a full-time position upon graduation in 2012. As a civil engineer, he gained valuable experience leading the design, construction, and operation of active upstream tailings facilities; as well as acting as the company’s Project Manager for medium to large scale civil construction projects. He joined GeoStabilization in September 2015 as a Project Manager working on a wide variety of stabilization projects in six different states, including temporary micropile shoring systems, GCS Walls, soil nail walls, and rockfall mitigation.
In the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States a rockslide occurred that presented a variety of problems for the state’s Department of Transportation (DOT).