Dylan is a Project Engineer at GeoStabilization. A Civil Engineering graduate of the University of Arkansas, he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in 2019. A graduate of GeoStabilization’s College Internship program, Dylan has experience designing solutions for slope stability and geotechnical foundation applications utilizing soil nails, micropiles, and Geosynthetically Confined Soil® (GCS®) walls. During his downtime, he enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding, and mountain biking.
Two sites along a Provincial highway in southern British Columbia required excavation at the roadway’s edge to expose a gas pipeline 5 meters below the roadway elevation.