Cameron served as President and Chief Engineer of GeoStabilization’s former subsidiary, GeoStabilization, Inc., since its founding in 2007. After its merger with GeoStabilization International® in 2012, Cameron became its Western Division Director until his recent promotion to Senior Vice President. Cameron is responsible for all facets of geotechnical design including project management, design, design review, and logistics. He has particular expertise in construction means and methods associated with landslide mitigation adjacent to active public highways. His geotechnical construction career began in 1996 with an established Colorado design firm, where he gained over eleven years of managing and designing experience in temporary and permanent soil nail landslide stabilization, micropile walls, rockfall mitigation, tieback stabilization, and Geosynthetically Confined Soil (GCS®) retaining walls. Cameron has designed and supervised the construction of over 400 earth retention systems and rockfall mitigation projects. A native of Western Colorado, Cameron received his BS in Civil Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO.
Farmington Canyon Road provides a scenic loop in the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest and also is an access road for an FAA navigation installation. Significant rainfall cause a debris slide that deposited several hundred cubic yards of boulders and gravel on the road surface and excessively surcharged several deteriorated timber crib retaining walls.