Mike first earned a bachelor of science degree in environmental engineering from the United States Air Force Academy before receiving his master of science degree in environmental engineering at the Air Force Institute of Technology. Following graduation, Mike served as a Bioenvironmental Engineer in the Air Force. In this role, he provided environmental health threat analysis and control in the areas of environmental, industrial, chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) threats. Mike then cross-commissioned into the U.S Public Health Service, where he served as an Engineering Officer until 2020. While in the U.S. Public Health Service, Mike served in project management, safety, and leadership roles for design and construction of sanitation facilities with the Indian Health Service in Anchorage, Alaska, and with the National Park Service in Lakewood, Colorado. Mike retired at the rank of Commander in the summer of 2020, and joined the GSI family as the Vice President of the Project Management Office to provide leadership in project management and operations.
A licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado, he resides with his wife in Fort Worth, Texas. Mike’s hobbies include Mountain biking, dirt biking, fishing, kayaking, boating, and family time.
Research Study: Launched Soil Nails as “Reverse Radiators” for Permafrost Stabilization.